Tons of casting for some of the upcoming Stephen King adaptations, the first solid details on the DC streaming service, Demolition Man is coming to SDCC, Eggman cast for the Sonic movie, two new Scare Zones for Halloween Horror Nights and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
It’s an absolute battle royale for the last big weekend of 2017 as 8 movies are either expanding or opened new for Christmas.
Hugh Jackman is singing and dancing his way through the life of PT Barnum in the upcoming musical biopic, The Greatest Showman.
Hugh Jackman has hung up the claws after 17 years of playing Wolverine and Logan is an incredible send-off for both the character and Jackman as Logan reluctantly becomes the protector of a young mutant named Laura who is being hunted by a nefarious genetics company in 2029.
Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine easily took the top spot at the box office and was the best opening for the solo Wolverine movies and fifth best opening overall for the X-Men franchise.
Apparently Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine is a masterpiece while teen drama Before I Fall got solid reviews and The Shack is another religious themed disaster.
Working for a secret unit of the Vatican, Gabriel Van Helsing hunts down monsters and faces his greatest challenge in Transylvania when he is tasked to stop Dracula.
Hugh Jackman is back for one last time as Wolverine in the upcoming Logan, where he and Professor X are some of the last remaining mutants but find a young girl named Laura who has powers similar to Logan and is being hunted by mercenaries working for a company called Transigen.
The final time Hugh Jackman will wield the claws finds Logan aka Wolverine in a future time when most of the other mutants are dead but he gets one last task from Professor X, which is to guard a young girl who is “very much like him”.
The sixth entry in the X-Men series and making the rebooted series a trilogy, X-Men: Apocalypse is solid but never does anything that makes it anything besides just “OK”.