Nicole Kidman is almost unrecognizable as tough but haunted LAPD detective Erin Bell, who has to face her tragic past undercover work when people she knew from that assignment re-emerge in Destroyer.
Brian Henson takes his family’s creations into places they’ve never dared dream of with the hard R comedy The Happytime Murders, where human detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy) gets paired up with a Muppet PI to investigate a string of gruesome Muppet murders.
Gary Busey plays the “Bulletproof” Frank McBain, a maverick LAPD cop who is also a former CIA(?) agent that is recruited to infiltrate a gathering of terrorists in Mexico and recover a stolen super tank called Thunderblast.
A former cop incarcerated for murder, Parker Barnes is reinstated to catch SID 6.7, a deadly AI creation that has escaped into the real world.
An upcoming heist/action movie, Den of Thieves pits cop Gerard Butler and his LAPD Major Crimes team against a dangerous and ambitious crew led by Pablo Schreiber and featuring 50 Cent and O’Shea Jackson Jr.
Will Smith stars as an LAPD officer in a Los Angeles populated with fantasy creatures who is partnered with the first ever Orc officer (Joel Edgerton) and the pair uncover a powerful artifact that draws the attention of some dangerous factions in December’s Netflix movie, Bright.
Jeff Garlin plays LAPD detective Gene Handsome, who’s trying to solve a gruesome murder in a ritzy area of LA in the upcoming Netflix murdery mystery comedy, Handsome, which was also directed and co-written by Garlin.
Kim Coates stars as the titular Officer Downe, an LAPD officer who is able to be resurrected whenever he is killed by the city’s insane gallery of rogues in the upcoming movie directed by Slipknot’s M. Shawn Crahan.
Called in as a liaison when a body is found during a high profile party at a Japanese corporation, detective Webster Smith has to navigate a conspiracy with the help of hid new partner John Connor, an expert on Japanese culture.
CBS is rebooting Rush Hour this March with Justin Hires and John Foo taking over for Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, but seemingly lacking both the action chops and the comedy chemistry of their predecessors.