This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the trickle of new Justice League teasers before the new trailer, the ups and downs of Iron Fist, the return of MST3K, more into Kong: Skull Island (Spoilers!) and more.
As the world’s foremost (and maybe only) symbologist, Professor Robert Langdon has been called in multiple times to solve mysteries and stop international conspiracies with his knowledge of history and art.
The possibly final season of Sherlock is out this week along with the latest Robert Langdon adventure Inferno, Nicolas Cage vs sharks in USS Indianapolis and more.
Doctor Strange easily took the top spot at the box office with the 2nd best opening for a origin movie in the MCU and the tenth best opening overall for the MCU.
Inferno suffered the worst opening by far for the Ron Howard directed Dan Brown adaptations, letting Boo! A Madea Halloween stay on top for the second weekend in a row.
The latest Dan Brown adaptation is the only wide release this Halloween weekend and judging by it’s Rotten Tomatoes score, it’s scarily bad.
October 2016 is strangely lacking in horror movies, as only Ouija: Origin of Evil is coming out and instead there’s a bunch of action/thrillers, like The Accountant, Inferno, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, The Girl on the Train and comedies like Keeping up with the Joneses and Boo! A Madea Halloween.
Robert Langdon is back to unravel the clues surrounding an altered map of Dante’s Inferno that is the key to finding where a world ending plague is being hidden by a madman determined to thin out the world’s population.
Tom Hanks is back for the third time as symbologist Robert Langdon, who wakes up in Italy with no clue of how he got there but he must work with a doctor (Felicity Jones) to unravel a series of clues based around Dante’s Inferno to stop a virus from being unleashed by a madman bent on thinning out the world’s population.
A cult TV show might return on Amazon and another to Fox, final talks are happening for Dr. Strange, Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur is cast and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.