The Rock will play the legendary King Kamehameha and his Big Trouble in Little China movie will be a sequel, not a remake, Streets of Rage 4 is announced, the Doom Patrol has its villain, 90s Nicktoons streaming channel NickSplat launches, Top Gun 2 is delayed and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Wonder Woman 2 gets an official title, James Wan rebooting Arachnophobia, Ewan McGregor cast as the adult Danny Torrence in Doctor Sleep, John Cena and Jackie Chan teaming up for a new movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
As a huge cartoon fan I was pretty excited to see more options to watch classic cartoons that I don’t seem to come across too easily these days. In the dark days of 1991, there were few TV channels that was dedicated to just cartoons all the time. The reasonable options was to rush home after school […]
A cult TV show might return on Amazon and another to Fox, final talks are happening for Dr. Strange, Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur is cast and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about tons of new trailers, including a bunch of upcoming horror movies, pay respect to Sir Richard Attenborough, classic light gun shooters, recent Spider-Man wackiness, Emmy winners, good and bad Robert Rodriguez projects and much more.
Tons of Disney classics out this week on Blu Ray along with Muppets Most Wanted, Batman: Assault on Arkham, our Pick of the Week, the 30th anniversary edition of The Toxic Avenger and much more in the New Release Round Up.
Gremlins turns 30 years old this weekend and, to celebrate, we have some trivia/fun facts on everyone’s favorite Christmas creature feature.
The phenomenal fifth season of Mad Men is our pick of the week this week along with a bunch of other new releases.
We got our first look at the new Robocop suit, a bunch of directing news, Sony rebooting a horrible 80’s show and Stallone finally directing the movie version of the novel, Hunter, which he’s held the rights to for years, all in this week’s News Shotgun.
Debuting this summer, Coyote Falls was the first of a bunch of Warner Bros. CG Looney Tunes cartoons.