A team of billionaires fake their deaths and become a team of vigilantes hunting down the world’s worst criminals in the upcoming Michael Bay movie, 6 Underground, which arrives on Netflix in December.
The Disaster Artist expands wide up against a new comedy featuring the team up of Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones, Just Getting Started.
Although there’s some potentially huge movies this weekend, all of them have gotten mixed to terrible reviews from the critics.
The true story behind Tommy Wiseau’s wonderfully horrible opus, The Room, will be revealed this December as James and Dave Franco adapt Room co-star Greg Sestero’s book The Disaster Artist to the big screen.
The Lego Ninjago ninja team must defend their world from the evil warlord Garmadon but green ninja Lloyd makes the startling discovery that Garmadon is his dad in the next Lego movie, The Lego Ninjago Movie.
James Franco directs and stars as Tommy Wiseau in this December’s adaptation of The Room co-star Greg Sestero’s book, The Disaster Artist, which details his bizarrely touching friendship with Wiseau and the insane behind the scenes of making The Room.
When evil warlord Garmadon threatens the world, the Ninjago team assembles to stop him with their Spinjitzu skills and giant robots in the next movie of the “Lego Cinematic Universe”, The Lego Ninjago Movie.
Everything out this weekend seems to be splitting critics right down the middle as Nerve, Jason Bourne and Bad Moms are all hovering around 50-60% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Deciding she needs some excitement in her life, high school senior Vee (Emma Roberts) enters Nerve, an online game where she is given dares to complete for money. She teams up with fellow Player Ian (Dave Franco) but the pair’s tasks quickly get more and more dangerous and there’s seemingly no way out of Nerve once you are in.
Get ready for more magical heists as the magician crew from Now You See Me is back in next summer’s Now You See Me 2