With his dragon best friend Toothless, Viking Hiccup fights to maintain the peace between humans and dragons on his island home of Berk and stop anyone who threatens that peace like ruthless hunters and warlords.
Tons of casting for some of the upcoming Stephen King adaptations, the first solid details on the DC streaming service, Demolition Man is coming to SDCC, Eggman cast for the Sonic movie, two new Scare Zones for Halloween Horror Nights and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The How to Train Your Dragon series comes to an end next year as Hiccup and Toothless uncover a secret world full of new dragon types, including a female “Light Fury” that Toothless falls head over heels for.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about The Outlaw Johnny Black, a new Tomb Raider game, what the hell is happening at WB/DC, the final Daniel Craig Bond movie, Nightwatch, Channel Zero, The Foreigner, Netflix horror sensation Veronica and much more.
Black Mirror season 5 confirmed by Netflix, Luke Cage Season 2 gets a release date, Vin Diesel playing Bloodshot to kick off the Valiant Cinematic Universe, Jon Favreau writing and producing a Star Wars TV series for the Disney streaming service and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Tons of potential casting news this week including new additions to The Punisher and a villain for Wonder Woman 2, Avengers is coming out a week earlier than expected, Chris Hemsworth may be in talks to star in the new MiB and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Simultaneously America’s greatest and worst special agent, the legendary MacGruber returns from his faked death to stop international terrorist Dieter Von Cunth from detonating a stolen nuclear warhead.
It’s an absolute battle royale for the last big weekend of 2017 as 8 movies are either expanding or opened new for Christmas.
The latest from Edgar Wright is here with Baby Driver along with the third Despicable Me and R rated comedy The House.
The Camp Firewood gang returns to keep their promise from the movie of reuniting 10 years later in the next Wet Hot American Summer series, arriving in August on Netflix.