The first movie from The Rock arrives in theaters this weekend with the video game adaptation Rampage along with the wide release of the latest from Wes Anderson, Blumhouse’s new horror entry and few other movies.
More Stephen King adaptations on the way, FXX cancels their planned Deadpool animated series, ROM the Spaceknight movie gets a script writer, The Incredibles are getting a LEGO game and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
A group of friends have maintained an annual game of Tag that consists of a month of over the top scheming and shenanigans but the group decides they have to team up and get the one member who has never been “It” for the latest game.
Despite his tinnitus, Baby aka Miles is one of the best getaway drivers in the heist business by perfectly timing his driving to music.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the awesomness of The Punisher trailer, give some fresh ideas for aging horror movie franchises, discus recent Fall TV premieres, True Lies, Tomb Raider and more.
An Arnold classic is coming to TV, legendary character actor Harry Dean Stanton passed away, first look at the new Hellboy, major Star Wars shakeups, Liam Neeson retiring from action and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Edgar Wright is finally back after closing out the Cornetto Trilogy with the musically charged crime/heist movie Baby Driver, where Ansel Elgort plays getaway driver Baby who uses music to both drown out his tinnitus and drive with pinpoint accuracy.
Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot are a glamorous couple who move into a normal suburban neighborhood but their new neighbors Jeff (Zach Galifianakis) and Karen (Isla Fisher) find out they are secretly spies and get drawn into their latest mission.
Before the new television season starts, the best of last season were honored at last night’s Emmy Awards, with Game of Thrones and Veep taking the top honors.
The true stars of the Despicable Me series are finally getting their own movie as the secret history of the Minions is revealed and their quest for the ultimate supervillain master takes them to 60’s New York City.