The How to Train Your Dragon series comes to an end next year as Hiccup and Toothless uncover a secret world full of new dragon types, including a female “Light Fury” that Toothless falls head over heels for.
Controversial Ghost in the Shell flopped this weekend while Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby emerged as the new box office champ, unseating Beauty and the Beast.
Doctor Strange easily took the top spot at the box office with the 2nd best opening for a origin movie in the MCU and the tenth best opening overall for the MCU.
Coming to Netflix in June, the Lion Force returns to form Voltron in a new Dreamworks Animation series from some of the people behind the DC Animated movies and Legend of Korra.
Some huge casting this week as we have our new Lara Croft and Jack Ryan, Stallone is playing a mafia don in a new TV series, Netflix remaking Watership Down and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Dreamworks Animation is unleashing a new group of focus group and marketing team approved Trolls this November, with the likes of Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake voicing the titular creatures.
Jack Black returns as Po for the third entry in the Kung Fu Panda series, where Po finds he’s not the last panda in the world when he’s reunited with his father, Li (Bryan Cranston)
Hiccup and Toothless are back and on a quest to explore new lands and find new species of dragons in the upcoming Netflix series, Dragons: Race to the Edge.
Dreamworks’ latest, Home, easily took the top spot at the box office with one of the best non-sequel debuts for the studio while Get Hard also had a solid debut for it’s two stars.
If It Follows had not been expanding wide this weekend, it seems like it would have been a wash, as both Get Hard and Home both got slammed by critics.