When their husbands are killed in a bad heist, a group of widows must team up to protect their families and clear the debt owed by their husbands to a crime boss.
The next chapter in the new Star Wars run at Disney goes back to tell the tale of the early days of Han Solo’s criminal career, as he teams up with a veteran thief, his former love interest and future allies Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian to pull a seemingly impossible heist for a major crime syndicate.
John Travolta returns to true crime by starring as the infamous John Gotti in a biopic that follows the rise and fall of the “Teflon Don”.
Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood are low level evidence room clerks with the Las Vegas Police Department who plan to steal a cache of drug money they discover the location of in the upcoming heist movie, The Trust.
CBS will continue to try and sate America’s appetite for crime and death with a bunch of new crime dramas like Stalker and NCIS: New Orleans.
Fox has a bunch of new dramas like the trippy looking Wayward Pines, Ancient Egyptian set Hieroglyph and BBC remake Gracepoint but also comedies like Mulaney, starring, obviously, John Mulaney.
One of the last movies featuring Phillip Seymour Hoffman, God’s Pocket follows him as he tries to look into if his son’s death on a construction site was an accident or not. Mad Men’s John Slattery directs.
Van Damme is part of a crew that pulls of a daring $10 million casino heist but 10 years later, the money and their memory of where it is is gone.
Danny Trejo’s Frank “Bad Ass” Vega is back next year for Bad Asses, getting backup from Danny Glover to take down a drug lord that killed one of Frank’s boxing proteges.
With director Ridley Scott, writer Cormac McCarthy and stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz, you would think we have one of the best movies of the year, but looks can be deceiving.