The boys from The Lonely Island are back this summer for a mockumentary skewering Justin Bieber and the world of pop music, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
More TV seasons arrive before their respective new seasons start and the big summer blockbusters start to arrive as well, including the second biggest movie of the year and our Pick of the Week, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Jurassic World remained huge with another $100+ million weekend while Inside Out was the 2nd best opening in Pixar history with over $90 million.
Jurassic World smashed almost every prediction and record this weekend with the highest global opening of all time.
Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig has another success as Spy won the box office while Entourage had a mediocre start and Insidious Chapter 3 couldn’t quite top the previous entry in the series.
Spy is apparently the best Melissa McCarthy/Paul Feig collaboration yet while Insidious Chapter 3 is a sold threequel and Entourage is for die hard fans only.
Jurassic World finally arrives this month along with a bunch of the summer’s big comedies like Entourage, Spy and Ted 2.
The Rock is a former professional football player turned financial planner in what looks like HBO’s spiritual successor to Entourage, Ballers.
When Gob gets too weird and needy, the leader of his new entourage, Mark Cherry, creates a diss song to try and get him to leave in the fourth season of Arrested Development.
The boys are back next summer with the Entourage movie as Ari’s first big bet as a studio head is Vince’s big budget take on Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but it seems like it’s quickly spiraling over budget.