Sean Penn is the latest Academy Award winner to try and usurp Liam Neeson in the action department as he plays a special ops assassin in next March’s The Gunman.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
With Denzel firmly in bad ass mode, The Equalizer easily took the box office this past weekend with one of the highest ever September openings and a top 3 opening for Denzel and director Antoine Fuqua.
Liam Neeson’s second murder mystery of 2014 is an old school crime thriller/mystery as Neeson’s Matt Scudder is hired to find out who killed a drug dealer’s wife, and apparently other women, in 1999 NYC.
The three new releases took the top 3 spots, although The Maze Runner did significantly better at number one and kicked off a new YA adventure franchise.
After a couple of incredibly slow weeks, things pick up this weekend with the latest Liam Neeson thriller, a star studded comedy and the latest YA book series making the jump to the big screen.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Jeff Bridges’ increasingly strange voices, the lame new Expendables team, whiny Damien Wayne, the DC multiverse, Underworld backstory, ridiculous Texas stunts and more.
Grab two of the best TV shows in recent memory with Cosmos and, our Pick of the Week, True Detective, along with the latest from Liam Neeson, the reboot of Jack Ryan and much more in this week’s Pull List.
After scoring a massive hit with Ted, Seth MacFarlane follows it up with the western comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Are there a million laughs as well?
The first month of Summer blockbusters closes out with a new take on a classic Disney villain taking on the latest from Seth MacFarlane.