Getting updated to modern times, Tarzan and Jane Porter must protect the jungle from the evil Greystoke corporation, who will go to any lengths to claim an energy source located in a mountain.
The Conjuring was a massive horror hit this weekend, doubling it’s budget with the best opening for an original movie in the genre while most of the other big new releases bombed.
Hiccup and Toothless are back (if you don’t count the Cartoon Network show) in How to Train Your Dragon 2, coming next summer from Dreamworks.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the greatness of Commando and Raiders of the Lost Ark, try to figure out what the after credits scene will be in Man of Steel, if James Wan will incorporate any supernatural elements into Fast & Furious 7, the surprisingly not awfulness of John Carter and much more.
This week there was some news that the Dredd universe could continue in a different medium, Dreamworks is reviving a classic kids franchise, there’s a new Dracula and much more in News Shotgun.
The Croods easily took the top spot away from Oz the Great and Powerful this weekend while Olympus Has Fallen also had a great opening and became the best action opening of the year.
Oz maintained it’s spot at the top of the box office while The Call had a fairly solid debut and Burt Wonderstone bombed despite it’s star power.
AMC casts the leads in some of their upcoming dramas, Seth MacFarlane says he probably won’t ever host the Oscars again, some release dates get shuffled around and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Tons of news this week including Disney going forward with Tron 3 and also signing an exclusive deal with Netflix, Rise of the Guardians most likely going to be a disaster for Dreamworks, tons of casting news including the new Harry Osborn.
Not a lot of news this week but there was some wheeling and dealing from Dreamworks, some casting news and some popular animated characters getting their own movie.