A bunch of TV renewals, casting for IT Chapter 2 and Mulan and the new Terminator, Rick & Morty are entering the world of D&D, the Statham/Rock Fast & Furious movie officially has a director and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
A Quiet Place had one of the best horror openings of the last few years, topping all the Conjuring films, the Insidious films, Split and more while Black Panther became the third highest grossing film domestically of all time.
April kicks off with critically acclaimed new entries in the horror and comedy genres and two dramas based on true events.
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are a couple trying to hide their children from a supernatural threat drawn by noise in next spring’s horror movie A Quiet Place.
John Krasinski takes on the role of Tom Clancy’s most famous CIA analyst for a new Amazon series coming sometime next year where Jack Ryan uncovers a growing new terrorist threat that is planning a massive attack against the US.
A trashy Halle Berry action movie, an apparently disastrous adaptation of Stephen King’s epic and a critically acclaimed historical drama are all out this weekend.
Kathryn Bigelow is back for another movie based on true events, this time detailing the five days of chaos that occurred in 1967 in Detroit as riots broke out across the city.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the confirmation of a new Space Jam, the insanity of modern day Power Rangers, The Punisher solo series, the Universal Monsters cinematic universe, Puppet Master and much more.
Some huge casting this week as we have our new Lara Croft and Jack Ryan, Stallone is playing a mafia don in a new TV series, Netflix remaking Watership Down and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Michael Bay takes a break from Transformers to tell the dramatized version of the events that occurred in 2012 in Benghazi, Libya when the US embassy was attacked by terrorists