Tons of directing news his week including what’s next for Christopher Nolan and who’s directing Y: The Last Man along with Sin City 2 and Godzilla casting news and Jurassic Park IV is on the way.
According to the critics, neither of this weekend’s new releases are worth seeing but Zero Dark Thirty is finally in wide release, so you can check that out.
News this week about The Office closing it’s doors, a couple of reboots in the works, a team of female Expendables might be assembled and another villain is up against Thor in Thor: The Dark World.
The MIB return after 10 years as Agent J time travels back to 1969 to prevent K from being killed by a vicious alien hitman and to stop an alien invasion in the present.
The MIB return after 15 years and Oren Peli unleashes another low budget horror movie into theaters this weekend.
Zombieland and 30 Minutes or Less director Ruben Fleischer goes in a more serious direction for his third movie, Gangster Squad, which features Sean Penn as 40’s gangster Mickey Cohen and the squad of cops, led by Josh Brolin, looking to take him down. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone star as well.
The first full trailer for Men in Black 3 debuted and shows up much more of the 60’s of the Men in Black universe and Josh Brolin’s uncanny Tommy Lee Jones impression.
Jimmy Kimmel unveiled the trailer for his ultimate movie last night which incorporates every genre and every actor, and I mean, every actor.
The MIB are back next summer as Agent Jay has to time travel back to the 60’s to prevent young Agent Kay from being murdered by an evil alien.
Everyone seemed to be busy this week so it’s a two man show from Zach and Chris that still somehow goes over an hour with talk about Planet of the Apes, an in depth analysis of the 80’s movie Creator, Mortal Kombat and They Live.