When aliens attack Los Angeles, Sgt. Mike Nantz and his Marine squad are on the front lines trying to stop them.
Do the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have Pizza Power or has Michael Bay’s influence destroyed another beloved childhood favorite?
The Turtles are back in a live action reboot by Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes studio with William Fichtner as Shredder and Megan Fox as April O’Neal.
Clash of the Titans has become infamous for it’s terrible 3D conversion and it was a pretty terrible movie by itself. Can Wrath of the Titans improve on it or should the franchise be as dead as the Krakken?
A sequel no one was exactly clamoring for and a terrible looking new version of a classic fairy tale are your new choices at the multiplex this weekend.
This week, Michael Bay caused a nerd firestorm when he said the new movie Ninja Turtles will be aliens, John Carter will result in a massive loss for Disney and much more in the News Shotgun.
Lots of directors in talks or confirmed for projects this week along with a couple of upcoming TV shows based on movies and much more.
No was exactly clamoring for a sequel to last year’s remake of Clash of the Titans but that’s what we’re getting next Spring as Sam Worthington’s Perseus is back to face off against the titular Titans and rescue Zeus from the Underworld.
If you’re jonesing for the type of action you typically get during the summer, Battle: Los Angeles will easily satisfy that craving with some great special effects and fantastic action sequences.
This week we learned about some comic book adaptations, Kiefer Sutherland returning to TV and Vin Diesel is going behind “The Ropes” on the web.