Paul Rudd joins Ghostbusters 2020, Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live action TV series, you can experience Jerry’s apartment and more from Seinfeld in NYC this fall, The Office is leaving Netflix and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Joseph Heller’s iconic satire Catch-22 comes to Hulu in May with George Clooney in front of and behind the camera for a six-episode adaptation.
Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean, sister to con artist/thief Danny Ocean, who assembles a crew after getting out of jail to pull off the heist of a $150 million necklace at the luxurious, and heavily guarded, Met Gala in New York City.
Saw is back just in time for Halloween along with a military drama and the latest from George Clooney behind the camera.
George Clooney is back behind the camera with a script by The Coen Brothers for the 1950’s set Suburbicon, where things get increasingly out of control in a peaceful suburb neighborhood.
A $3 million high tech crime fighting motorcycle, Street Hawk took on crime with former motorcycle cop Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) at the helm, taking on a drug dealing Christopher Lloyd in the first episode.
Civil War easily dominated the box office this past weekend, bringing the MCU’s total box office to over $10 billion while Money Monster and The Darkness had fairly so-so debuts.
George Clooney stars as the Jim Crameresque Lee Gates, who is taken hostage live during his financial advice show by a man, played by Jack O’Connell, who lost everything investing in a recent stock Gates recommended that tanked.
When his Christmas special hits a major roadblock when a massive blizzard hits NYC, Bill Murray has to make do with whomever is nearby in Netflix’s upcoming Christmas special, A Very Murray Christmas.
Tomorrowland took the top spot at the box office on a very slow Memorial Day weekend while the Poltergeist remake had a mediocre start.