The How to Train Your Dragon series comes to an end next year as Hiccup and Toothless uncover a secret world full of new dragon types, including a female “Light Fury” that Toothless falls head over heels for.
The casts of Cloak and Dagger and The Runaways were revealed, a new superhero coming to the Arrowverse, Ben Affleck no longer directing The Batman, Denis Villeneuve is officially taking a crack at Dune and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Kubo and the Two Strings seems like the obvious choice this weekend as the other two releases are rotten according to the critics.
Although it’s delightfully animated, the upcoming comedy Sausage Party is a hard R from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and follows a group of food products who find out the horrifying truth of what happens when they are brought home from the supermarket.
Jonah Hill and Miles Teller are buddies from Miami who weasel their way into a massive contract with the US government to provide arms to the Afghan military in the upcoming, based on a true story, dark comedy from Todd Phillips.
The star of a massive 50’s epic is kidnapped and fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) has to track him down in the latest star studded caper from The Coen Brothers, Hail, Caesar!.
If there’s some sort of school or academy that has a drug problem, Schmidt & Jenko are probably the guys you want infiltrating undercover to stop it, as long as they don’t get distracted by bro problems.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum team up as undercover cops Schmidt and Jenko in this sequel to the tongue-in-cheek action-comedy reboot.
It seems like you can’t go wrong with either of this weekend’s new releases, as both are well into “Fresh” territory on Rotten Tomatoes.
Jenko and Schmidt are back with the newly relocated 22 Jump Street to infiltrate the local college and break up a crime ring operating out of one of the fraternities in next summer’s sequel.