After 14 years, The Incredibles are finally back for a long awaited sequel and it’s joined by an R rated comedy based on true events and a reboot of a blaxploitation classic.
A group of friends have maintained an annual game of Tag that consists of a month of over the top scheming and shenanigans but the group decides they have to team up and get the one member who has never been “It” for the latest game.
Best friends Harold (Thomas Middleditch) and George (Kevin Hart) hypnotize their principal Mr. Krupp (Ed Helms) into becoming the superhero they created, Captain Underpants, in this summer’s adaptation of the beloved book series.
The Mission Impossible series continues to get better according to the critics, while the Vacation series seems like it should have stayed dormant.
A grown up Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) tries to reenact the infamous trip to Wally World he when he was a kid in the reboot/sequel to National Lampoon’s Vacation.
Massive news about the new Terminator, the future of Amazing Spider-Man’s universe, casting news and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
It’s a crowded Memorial Day weekend as we have a huge action blockbuster, a huge comedy blockbusters and a potentially big family animated comedy coming out.
The plot of the “epic finale to the Hangover trilogy” has been revealed as crime boss kidnaps Doug from the Wolfpack and forces them to find Chou, who stole $21 million from him, and bring him the money by any means necessary.
Lots of casting news and directing news this week along with confirmation that one of our favorite shows is coming back for a second season in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Wolfpack is back for the “Epic Finale to The Hangover Trilogy” with The Hangover Part III.