Johnny Rico is leading a team of Mobile Infantry grunts on a remote outpost near Mars when a full scale invasion hits the planet in the latest Starship Troopers movie, Traitor of Mars.
Johnny Rico, voiced by Casper Van Dien, is demoted and sent to guard Mars while the rest of the Federation fleet pushes toward the Bug homeworld but a Bug attack forces him and his small squad to try and survive in the newest Starship Troopers animated movie, Traitor of Mars.
Both ends of the movie spectrum are out this week with Oscar nominees Hidden Figures and Lion and January dumping ground movies like Monster Trucks along with the previous seasons of Veep and Silicon Valley and more.
Sent to investigate a distress signal on Mars, John Grimm and his squad find themselves up against mutated monsters and eventually, each other, in the movie version of Doom.
With Princess of Mars, The Asylum first tried to capitalize on the fact that it “inspired James Cameron’s Avatar” and then re-released it when Disney’s version came out in 2012.
Bombing at the box office this weekend, John Carter isn’t a terrible movie. It has some great special effects and action but the plot and attempts to explain hundreds of pages of mythology bogs it down considerably.
Disney debuted the full trailer for John Carter this week and, while some of it looks kind of interesting, it gives the impression of being an Avatar knock off, albeit with a completely different setting.
Disney is adapting the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs’ pulp series John Carter of Mars, into a live action action/adventure movie directed by Pixar director Andrew Stanton.
I would be camping out right now for tickets if this actually existed.
Get your ass to Mars!