This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about some huge trailers that came out over the last week or so, including Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow and No Time to Die, the return of another classic Resident Evil game, a middling new Dolph Lundgren movie, Crisis on Infinite Earths and more.
Dolph Lundgren stars as Interpol agent Michael Anderson, who has to keep his wife and daughter safe when a mercenary named Goro takes the attendees of a gala at an Italian villa hostage in an attempt to locate and steal a cache of valuable gold coins hidden on the premises.
A possible list of actresses up for Catwoman in The Batman, Snowpiercer moves back to TNT, Dolph Lundgren is coming to CBS with his new Stallone produced action show, a new Treasure Island movie is in the works and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
NJ detective Nick Cassidy goes to S.E. Asia and teams up with a Thai detective to get revenge and destroy the human trafficking network of the Serbian gangster that killed his family,
Back in 1987, Dolph Lundgren released the epic workout video Maximum Potential, which had Dolph leading you through a series of exercises that would hopefully help you get a He-Man like physique. Check out the whole thing here.
Dolph Lundgren stars as the mysterious Aiden Hakansson, who returns to the city where his wife and daughter were kidnapped and murdered 10 years after the crime to finally track down and get revenge on those responsible in The Tracker.
Stallone and Dolph are teaming up for a new action-drama TV show starring Dolph, the Game Night directors have signed on for Dungeons & Dragons, Halo and The Stand add more cast members, Universal Studios is opening a massive fourth park in Orlando and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
For the first commentary of 2019, Zach and Chris watched 1990’s Dolph Lundgren classic, I Come in Peace aka Dark Angel
Blackjack became a part of IMDB’s new streaming service Freedive so it’s free but there are ads, which messes up our plans to watch it for this month’s commentary so we’re pulling an audible and watching another Dolph classic instead, 1990’s I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel.
For the first commentary of 2019, the Everything Action crew is watching the John Woo/Dolph Lundgren team-up Blackjack, which was made in the hopes of becoming a USA Network TV show in 1998.