Black Mirror season 5 confirmed by Netflix, Luke Cage Season 2 gets a release date, Vin Diesel playing Bloodshot to kick off the Valiant Cinematic Universe, Jon Favreau writing and producing a Star Wars TV series for the Disney streaming service and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk Oscar winners, Luke Cage, Death Wish, Ash vs Evil Dead, Bloodshot, Disney streaming, Lost in Space and much more.
After his fantastic debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back and starring as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which finds the friendly neighborhood wallcrawler trying to prove himself to Tony Stark while balancing high school and tracking down a crew of arms dealers led by the vicious Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture.
After his scene stealing debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and facing off against the ruthless Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture (Michael Keaton) in next summer’s first MCU solo Spider-Man movie, Homecoming
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss why you should never attack Charles Bronson’s watermelons, the terrible new MacGyver, the wacky charm of The Saint, the casual vampire apocalypse of The Strain, Hot Wheels, Joe’s audition for The Lion King on Broadway and much more.
The Jungle Book continued to dominate at the box office as The Huntsman: Winter’s War failed compared to it’s predecessor with a 1/3 of what Snow White made it’s opening weekend.
Disney is bringing back The Jungle Book as an epic live action adventure from Jon Favreau.
Trying to get in on the fantasy genre currently dominated by Game of Thrones, MTV is bringing an adaptation of the Terry Brooks fantasy series to the network in 2016.
MTV is hoping to capture some of the Game of Thrones/fantasy audience with next year’s “The Shannara Chronicles” based on the book series by Terry Brooks.
Despite possibly the worst ever reviews for a Michael Bay movie, audiences came out in droves for Transformers: Age of Extinction, giving it the biggest opening of the year by far and the best ever opening for Mark Wahlberg.