Frank Moses and Marvin Boggs are forced back into action when they are suspected of being nuclear terrorists after a report about one of their past missions is leaked onto the internet in the follow up to Red.
Retired (Extremely Dangerous) CIA operative Frank Moses has been trying to live a normal life but various terrorists, conspiracies and assassins have brought him back into action twice now.
After rebooting the franchise in 2009 with Star Trek, JJ Abrams sends the Enterprise crew “Into Darkness” against the villainous John Harrison. Is this franchise still moving at warp speed or do they need to eject the warp core?
Along with the onslaught of TV news, we also learned this week that Arnold may be co-starring in the Toxic Avenger reboot, Dredd 2 may not be as dead as it seems and Game of Thrones may have an end date in mind, along with a bunch of other news in this week’s News Shotgun.
Kirk and the Enterprise crew are on a mission to hunt down the intergalactic terrorist, John Harrison, in the only movie out this weekend, Star Trek Into Darkness.
After time travel messed up the natural course of events, James Kirk had a slightly rougher course to becoming captain of the Enterprise but eventually defeated the renegade Romulan Nero and will face off against the mysterious John Harrison in Star Trek Into Darkness.
Fox is betting big on procedurals and star powered comedies this Fall with shows like the Andy Samberg starring cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the futuristic cop show starring Karl Urban, Almost Human.
Thanks to the effort of Vin Diesel and David Twohy, Riddick will be returning to theaters this September, finding himself on the run from both bounty hunters and alien creatures on an inhospitable planet.
Veronica Mars destroys Kickstarter, Jurassic Park 4 has a director, Karl Urban starring in a futuristic cop show for Fox and JJ Abrams and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe hold down the fort while Chris is touring the East Coast convention scene and talk about the future of Evil Dead, Godzilla’s illustrious cast, RZA taking Man with the Iron Fists too seriously, AMC’s new streaming service, Karl Urban in anything and much more.