A drifter in the apocalyptic and aquatic world of Waterworld, The Mariner reluctantly gets drawn into a battle to a protect a young girl from the vicious Deacon and his Smokers, who are looking to exploit the map to dry land that is tattooed on her back.
When CIA agent Bill Pope is killed before revealing vital information, his supervisor authorizes a radical procedure that transfers Pope’s memories, and eventually emotions, into sociopathic convict Jericho Stewart to finish the mission and stop a piece of dangerous tech from falling into the wrong hands.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson team up as the ex-Texas Rangers turned “special investigators” who tracked down the infamous Bonnie & Clyde in March’s Netflix Original, The Highwaymen.
The full length Kung Fury signs on two massive co-stars, Ryan Murphy signs a historic deal with Netflix, Five Nights at Freddy’s gets a director, Willy Wonka may be rebooted yet again and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Based on a true story, Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom, who ran some of the most high stakes, illegal poker games ever until she was arrested by the FBI, in the directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin, Molly’s Game.
Zach gives his picks for the top 10 worst movies of 2016.
The Jungle Book dominated the box office with a $100+ opening and the second highest ever opening for the month of April
Two of this week’s new releases have gotten rave reviews from critics while one failed to live up to it’s star studded cast.
Kevin Costner is a ruthless criminal captured by the CIA and injected with the memories and emotions of one of their agents (Ryan Reynolds) in order to try and find the location of a key asset in the upcoming thriller Criminal.
Fifty Shades of Grey suffered a massive loss from it’s huge Valentine’s Day opening but still managed to stay on top while the trio of new releases had fairly mediocre debuts.