This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the casting for Cable, deceptive trailers, the greatness of Charlie Murphy, Dolph joining the DCEU, the first look at Thor: Ragnorak, the return of Better Call Saul, the aimlessness of Live by Night and more.
A release date for The Defenders was revealed, Avatar 2 might actually start shooting this year, the New Warriors are coming to TV, Legend of Conan probably won’t be made and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
On vacation at the futuristic theme park Westworld, Peter Martin finds himself in a fight to the death when the androids populating the park start to malfunction and he becomes the target of a relentless robotic Gunslinger.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 60sness of Sean Connery Bond movies, the new Batman Telltale game, Matt Damon fighting on The Great Wall, Desmond Doss, Michael Crichton books, Dolph Lundgren in World War II, the evolution of South Park and much more.
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.
Our first look at the new Superman for the CW DCverse, a new Michael Crichton book has been discovered, a sequel to The Rocketeer is on the way, The Muppets heading to the Magic Kingdom and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
A remake of the 1973 movie from Michael Crichton, Westworld is set in a futuristic theme park where robotic actors allow guests to fully immerse themselves in various time periods but a glitch in the AI starts making the robots go rogue, especially a gunslinger robot played by Ed Harris.
HBO’s new take on Michael Crichton’s Westworld is coming in 2016 and the first teaser footage is here.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the first looks at Creed and London Has Fallen, the goofy charm of National Treasure, Power Rangers, Danger 5, Hannibal, Michael Crichton books and more.
Robert Zemeckis takes a break from making creepy CG movies to direct Denzel Washington in the thriller, Flight.