Three wildly different movies arrive for the Memorial Day weekend with the latest live-action Disney remake, Aladdin, the twisted horror take on Superman’s origins in Brightburn and the R rated comedy Booksmart.
After some strange “Special Looks”, the first full trailer for the live action reboot of Aladdin from director Guy Ritchie is finally here to give us a true look at what this new take on the animated classic will actually be like.
During the Grammy Awards this past weekend, Disney unveiled a new special teaser trailer for this summer’s live-action reboot of Aladdin, which significantly featured the horrifying CG being used to turn Will Smith into The Genie, along with new looks at Jafar, Jasmine, and Aladdin.
Following the success of live action reboots like Beauty and the Beast and The Jungle Book, Disney is bringing back Aladdin next summer starring Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari and Will Smith as The Genie
Charlie Hunnam is the latest actor taking on the role of King Arthur, except this time he’s a cocky, street smart thief who must learn to wield Excalibur to free Camelot from the control of his evil uncle Vortigern in Guy Ritchie’s take on Arthurian legend, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
Guardians Vol. 2 remained at the top of the box office for another weekend while King Arthur suffered a massive disaster of an opening which could potentially lose WB over $150 million.
It seems like seeing Guardians Vol. 2 again is your best bet this weekend has both King Arthur and Snatched have come up rotten according to the critics.
Some exciting updates to two 80’s slasher movie inspired games, the first big casting news for Shane Black’s Predator movie, the Justice League is meeting the Power Rangers in comic form next year, Supergirl’s James Olsen becoming a DC superhero and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Back from NYCC and surviving Hurricane Matthew, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about all the big trailers and news from NYCC, JCVD vs a giant penguin, the return of the Arrowverse, the world of Westworld, creepypasta and much more.
Ben Wheatley, who previously directed Kill List and this year’s High Rise, has another movie coming next year that look inspired by Guy Ritchie and Tarantino with the 70’s set Free Fire. Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy and Michael Smiley are a crew looking to buy some M16s from Sharlto Copley’s gun dealer but […]