Netflix is getting a live-action Cowboy Bebop and multiple Roald Dahl based series to their streaming service while canceling Daredevil, Hobbs and Shaw and the Kingsman prequel add cast members, Blade Runner is getting an anime series on Adult Swim and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Despite being a sleazy douchebag, “Big” Nick O’Brien and his team of detectives are the only ones who can track down and stop a highly trained and dangerous crew of bank robbers looking to pull off one of the biggest crimes in US history.
This week on the podcast, Zach is solo for a quick podcast that includes the release of the legendary “Nightmare on My Street” music video, a new Penny Dreadful show, Castlevania, the mediocre action of Hunter Killer, Gladiator 2 and more.
An untested submarine captain and a team of Navy SEALs undertake a mission to stop a coup in Russia that could lead to the start of World War III in the Gerard Butler starring Hunter Killer.
The latest actionfest from Gerard Butler hit theaters this weekend along with the return of Johnny English, the directorial debut of Jonah Hill and the latest faith-based drama.
The How to Train Your Dragon series comes to an end next year as Hiccup and Toothless uncover a secret world full of new dragon types, including a female “Light Fury” that Toothless falls head over heels for.
Jumanji continued it’s domination even after over a month in theaters, taking the top spot at the box office for the third weekend in a row while both of the weekend’s new action releases performed better than expectations.
Chris Hemsworth and Gerard Butler have dueling action movies out this weekend while Forever My Girl tries to counter-program with Nicholas Sparksesque romance but they are all rotten according to critics.
When dragons are unleashed and nearly wipe out all of humanity, Quinn Abercromby leads some of the few survivors in the UK but gets drawn into a plan to kill the dragons’ only male by a crazed American commando and his team.
An upcoming heist/action movie, Den of Thieves pits cop Gerard Butler and his LAPD Major Crimes team against a dangerous and ambitious crew led by Pablo Schreiber and featuring 50 Cent and O’Shea Jackson Jr.