The future has changed into a possibly even worse version after the events of Future Man Season 1 so the trio of Josh, Tiger, and Wolf need to reunite and fight their way across time to try and save it again in Season 2, hitting Hulu in January.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss some new developments on recent stories like MoviePass and James Gunn, the new “Popular Film” Oscar, Sonic, American Gladiators, Castle Rock, Venture Bros, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Raw Deal and more.
Coming to Hulu next month from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a lowly janitor/gamer who is recruited by soldiers from the future because of his video game prowess to help them save humanity.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about Stallone leaving The Expendables, Universal Studios and EPCOT, NFL on streaming, the surprise return of Rick & Morty, Hacksaw Ridge, wrasslin and more.
After the first season was basically a prequel, the upcoming season of Preacher seems like it’s going to get into the actual plot of the comics, as Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy hit the road to find God and get some answers.
Hulu getting their own Marvel series, some possible revelations about Spider-Man: Homecoming casting, Detective Pikachu movie gets screenwriters, Metal Gear and Call of Duty news and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Although it’s delightfully animated, the upcoming comedy Sausage Party is a hard R from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and follows a group of food products who find out the horrifying truth of what happens when they are brought home from the supermarket.
Dominic Cooper stars in AMC’s upcoming adaptation of the cult classic Vertigo comic book, where a priest, his ex-girlfriend and his vampire best friend head out on a road trip to find God.
Joseph Gordon Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anthony Mackie are bros who have spent every holiday together but, with their lives changing, they decide to end the tradition with a bang in The Night Before.
Talk show host Dave Skylark (James Franco) is headed to North Korea with his producer (Seth Rogen) to interview Kim Jong-Un but the CIA recruits them to try and kill him in the upcoming action/comedy, The Interview.