Danny McBride, Adam Devine, and John Goodman and the millionaire televangelist family The Righteous Gemstones in the third comedy series from McBride and Jody Hill, coming to HBO in August.
This weekend has an alien invasion, a magical theme park and teen melodrama at the box office.
10 years after aliens invaded and conquered the planet, Gabriel, a young man living in Chicago, becomes a person of interest to both a growing resistance movement and the bureaucratic human collaborators running things for their new overlords.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the possible secret insanity of Into the Spider-Verse, Goose’s son cast for Top Gun: Maverick, the early MCU movies, the splitting of the Child’s Play franchise, Bleeding Steel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, The First Purge, Escape Plan 2 and much more.
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.
Sent in to Berlin toward the end of the Cold War, MI-6 agent Lorraine Broughton is tasked with recovering a list of spy identities before it falls into the hands of the KGB.
Coming off John Wick, David Leitch directs the Cold War thriller Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron kicking ass and looking stylish but, unfortunately, the movie is not exactly what was advertised.
Bruce Willis stars as LA private eye Steve Ford, who is out to rescue his kidnapped dog Buddy from a local drug dealer in the upcoming action/comedy, Once Upon a Time in Venice.
Charlize Theron stars as MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton, who is sent into Cold War era Berlin to retrieve important and secret files in this summer’s Atomic Blonde.
No other movie dares to take on King Kong this weekend as Kong: Skull Island is the only (well-recieved) new wide release.