For this week’s podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into the trailers for the new Charlie’s Angels and Roland Emmerich’s Midway, what if Steven Seagal was cast in Batman 89, the horribly depressing ending of Toy Story 4 (No Spoilers), the new Child’s Play, Keanu’s first starring role and much more.
To celebrate the “Summer of Keanu”, Zach and Chris watched Keanu’s first-ever starring role in the 1986 TV movie, The Brotherhood of Justice, which also co-stars Billy Zane and Kiefer Sutherland, where Keanu leads his high school friends in a vigilante gang to combat the drugs and other crime affecting their school.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the upcoming new season of The Terror, the boring disaster of Men in Black International, the deep themes of Toy Story, the latest trio of Black Mirror episodes, the possible future of Spider-Man and Venom and more.
Both of this weekend’s toy-related movies are fresh according to the critics while the latest from Luc Besson seems poised to crash and burn.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about some of the big news out of E3, including the first look at Square Enix’s Avengers game, the new horror take on the Banana Splits, Doctor Sleep, the awfulness of Dark Phoenix, the unexpected tone of Cold Pursuit, more Batmanless prequels with Pennyworth and more.
The biggest dog at the conference since Sony declined to attend E3 this year, Microsoft took the opportunity to reveal details about their next console along with new trailers for games like Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, Battletoads, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Cyberpunk 2077 (with Keanu!!?!) and more.
The John Wick series continues to put basically all other action movies to shame as the third chapter continues to ramp up the absurdly great action set-pieces and expands the world of The High Table/The Continental as John goes on the run with no resources and a $14 million bounty on his head.
If anyone was going to take out The Avengers, it was going to be John Wick and John Wick Chapter 3 took the top spot at the box office with an opening weekend that was more than the first John Wick made in its entire run at the box office and Keanu’s second highest opening of all time.
John Wick is finally back for more brutal and stylish action while the two other new releases of the weekend try to counter-program with sappy drama.
Debuting in 1992 after the animated Bill & Ted series was canceled, Fox tried to turn the franchise into a live-action comedy series but it only lasted seven episodes with actors Evan Richards and Christopher Kennedy taking over the title roles.