A former “clipper”, Sunny is trying to survive the post post-apocalyptic world of the Badlands using his martial arts and sword fighting skills to protect his son and avoid the wars between the Barons who run different territories.
Square Enix and WB team up to bring back Lara Croft to the big screen in an adaptation of the phenomenal reboot game from 2013 as Lara travels to a remote island in the Pacific to try and find out what happened to her father, who disappeared seven years earlier.
The new Tomb Raider arrives in theaters this weekend along with three other new releases, although only one of the four is rated Fresh by the critics.
Based on the excellent reboot game from 2013, Tomb Raider finds Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, who is looking into what happened to her father and also trying to stop the evil organization Trinity from finding an ancient power on a mysterious island that will allow them to take over the world.
Despite it’s ridiculous premise and crazy trailers, Geostorm is mostly a boring slog of a disaster action movie with nothing you haven’t seen done bigger and better in other disaster movies.
Lara Croft is back on the big screen next March in an adaptation of the excellent 2013 Square Enix reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise where Lara must find a lost tomb that contains an ancient power before the evil mercenary group Trinity does and uses it to take over the world.
Gerard Butler stars in this insane looking disaster movie as scientist Jake Lawson, who along with his brother Max (Jim Sturgess) back on Earth, has to figure out a way to stop a network of weather controlling satellites, as they are malfunctioning and causing extreme weather to destroy the planet.
The Coen Brothers are coming to TV, a major character is returning for Better Call Saul, a bunch of release dates for big spring TV shows, the possible villain of Wonder Woman, Arrowverse news and much more in this week’s New Shotgun.
Duncan Jones brings Activision/Blizzard’s sprawling fantasy world of Azeroth to life next Summer with the big screen adaptation of Warcraft.
AMC’s new original series follows Daniel Wu as Sunny, a “Clipper” with incredible martial arts and sword skills who enforces the laws and will of the wealthy Barons in a strange western/fantasty world based loosely on Journey to the West.