Injustice 2 gets a release date, The Goldbergs are paying homage to Batman ’89, JCVD and Dolph Lundgren are teaming up for a new movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the future of Spider-Man and the X-Men, the latest from Luc Besson, the new King Kong, Ghostbusters 2016, Doctor Strange (Spoilers!), the many attempts at Human Target and more.
Dolph Lundgren is a demon hunter facing off against a demon who takes over the body of whomever kills it last in the upcoming horror/action movie Don’t Kill It.
Jason Momoa may be the new Crow, Bad Boys 3 gets a new title and release date, a bunch of news about the upcoming seasons of The CW’s DC shows, Ghostbusters may have lost Sony $70 million and much more in this week’s New Shotgun.
A “Mnemonic Courier” in the year 2021, Johnny takes a dangerous job to carry sensitive data in his brain and finds himself targeted by both the Yakuza and the Pharmakom corporation.
The crew of Zach, Chris, Joe, Chris Ali and Asa watched the almost 30 years late sequel to the Arnold classic Kindergarten Cop, now featuring Dolph Lundgren as an FBI agent forced to go undercover at a very liberal elementary school to find a crucial USB drive full of stolen data
If you only know Dolph from Rocky IV or The Expendables, here are five deeper cuts to check out from everyone’s favorite chemical engineer turned bouncer turned action hero.
LAPD officer Chris Kenner, raised in Japan and trained in martial arts, is paired up with fellow LAPD martial artist Johnny Murata as they investigate the activities of the yakuza in LA’s Little Tokyo district.
We love the original Kindergarten Cop and we love Dolph Lundgren here at Everything Action but we’re more morbidly curious than excited about Kindergarten Cop 2, which arrives on DVD and Netflix on May 17th. It seems like the main joke, since it’s been almost 30 years since the original Kindergarten Cop, is that you’ve […]
Despite seeming like some sort of bad fever dream, Kindergarten Cop 2 is all too real now that we have the first trailer, where Dolph Lundgren takes over for Arnold as a gruff FBI agent who must go undercover as a teacher to recover sensitive stolen data.