The latest from Guy Ritchie, The Gentlemen, arrives in theaters this weekend along with a new spin on “The Turning of the Screw” and a real-life war story.
Following the events of Season 2, Dolores is out in the real world and looking to start a robotic revolution while Maeve finds herself in a new Delos park, War World, in next year’s third season of Westworld.
34 years after we last saw him, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is back in the pilot’s seat for the long-awaited sequel to Top Gun, Top Gun: Maverick, arriving next June.
Two big names join Top Gun: Maverick, Dora’s parents cast for the upcoming Dora the Explorer movie, Veronica Mars may be coming back, Brendan Fraser joins the Doom Patrol, Danny Boyle leaves Bond 25 and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about Halloween at the theme parks, anime, Scottish history, Netflix ratings, Mile 22, Castle Rock and Needful Things, Never Too Young to Die and more.
A pretty standard looking action thriller is up against an apparently insane new movie from Darren Aronofsky this weekend at the box office.
Jennifer Lawrence’s peaceful life married to Javier Bardem is interrupted by mysterious guests who show up without warning at their home in the country in Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming horror/drama, Mother!
Things are out of control in Westworld for season 2 as the hosts are unleashed following the plot set in motion by Robert Ford in the first season and the corporation running the park struggles to regain control.
Gerard Butler stars in this insane looking disaster movie as scientist Jake Lawson, who along with his brother Max (Jim Sturgess) back on Earth, has to figure out a way to stop a network of weather controlling satellites, as they are malfunctioning and causing extreme weather to destroy the planet.
Gerard Butler has to head into space to stop satellites from destroying the world with superstorms while his brother discovers a plot to assassinate the President in the insane looking Geostorm, arriving in October.