90s X-Men and Spider-Man seem to be a part of Disney+, Hayley Atwell is joining the Mission: Impossible series, new details about Apple TV+, The Stand reboot casts its Big Bad and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Everything is trying to come out in time for Christmas with five new releases hitting theaters including Aquaman, Bumblebee, Mary Poppins Returns, Second Act and Welcome to Marwen.
Miles Morales arrives on the big screen with the stunning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which features a fantastic voice cast and jaw-dropping animation that puts you literally into the panels of a comic book in a love letter to all things Spidey.
After a few barren weeks at the box office, four new (well three new and one rejiggered) movies hit theaters including the highly anticipated Into the Spider-Verse, the latest from Clint Eastwood, a Peter Jackson backed YA adaptation and a PG-13 Deadpool for the whole family.
When Kingpin activates a particle accelerator as part of his latest evil scheme, he brings multiple Spider heroes into his universe, who join forces with Miles Morales to help prevent all the universes from being destroyed in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Paramount may have finally given Transformers fans what they’ve wanted after 10 years of torture at the hands of Michael Bay as the upcoming 80s set prequel Bumblebee features glorious looking G1 characters and what seems like a genuinely affecting friendship between Bee and 18-year-old Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld).
The Transformers head back to the decade that made them, the 80’s, for a prequel spin-off where Bumblebee is on the run in 1987 and bonds with a teen girl named Charlie, who buys him in his beat up VW Beetle form from the local used car lot.
Hailee Steinfeld is a teenage assassin who fakes her death on her first mission to try and live a normal high school life in the upcoming action/comedy, Barely Lethal.
Tommy Lee Jones directs and co-stars in this upcoming western where he and Hilary Swank must deliver three insane women to Iowa from Nebraska.
Kevin Costner plays an agent who tries to retire and spend more time with his daughter but his employers poison him and force him into helping them with a new assignment in exchange for a cure in the latest action movie from McG, with a script written by Luc Besson.