Scooby and Shaggy are recruited by superhero Blue Falcon and his sidekick Dynomutt to stop a villainous plot by Wacky Races’ villain Dick Dastardly in this summer’s new Scooby-Doo movie, Scoob!
Scooby-Doo and the gang are back on the big screen next summer with the new animated feature Scoob!, which features Frank Welker as Scooby along with Will Forte, Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried and Gina Rodriguez.
Following in the shoes of Arnold, The Rock, Vin Diesel and other action stars who eventually make at least one family comedy, Dave Bautista stars in My Spy, where he plays a CIA agent blackmailed by a nine-year-old girl who discovers him doing surveillance across the street from her home.
Slappy returns with a new army of monsters and a trio of teens are the only ones who can stop him in the upcoming sequel Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween.
ABC is bringing The Muppets to the small screen this fall along with a reboot of Uncle Buck, a new comedy starring Ken Jeong and a bunch of new dramas.
Former evil mastermind Gru and his minions are back in this predictable yet charming sequel.
What’s worse than a bad Michael Bay action movie? How about a bad Michael Bay movie with no action?
The plot of the “epic finale to the Hangover trilogy” has been revealed as crime boss kidnaps Doug from the Wolfpack and forces them to find Chou, who stole $21 million from him, and bring him the money by any means necessary.
The Wolfpack is back for the “Epic Finale to The Hangover Trilogy” with The Hangover Part III.
Better late than never, it’s the Everything Action review of arguably the biggest action movie of the summer, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Was it able to recover from the cesspool that was Revenge of the Fallen?