Check out the teaser trailer for the long awaited Black Dynamite follow-up, The Outlaw Johnny Black, and then head over to IndieGoGo to find out how to help get it made.
Our patron saint is starring in a western for Amazon, who are also developing a Conan the Barbarian series, more Star Wars movies in the works, Michael Bay may direct a Lobo movie for DC, Joaquin Phoenix may be the new Joker and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into The Cloverfield Paradox, Super Bowl trailers, Solo, Venom, The Joker, fast food movie tie-ins, Altered Carbon and more.
The XFL is coming back in 2020, John Cena may star as Duke Nukem, Michael Jai White teased a new Black Dynamite, a sequel to the original Robocop may be in development, The Mighty Ducks may be returning in TV form and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe discuss the 90th Academy Award nominees, the return of the XFL, Black Dynamite, old man heist movies, tons of new TV shows, the Mighty Ducks, Clue, Duke Nukem and much more.
Hired by none other than Michael Jai White to look over his wife while he’s out of town on “business”, Busta Rhymes mans the surveillance cameras and is almost instantly lusting after said wife in the music video for “I Know What You Want”.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and Joe dive into the world of Todd McFarlane’s Spawn with the 1997 movie adaptation of the comic.
One of the singles from the certified gold Spawn soundtrack, and the only one with a music video with some connection to the movie, The Crystal Method and Filter teamed up for “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do”.
A trio of down on their luck mercenaries (Tiger Chen, Iko Uwais, Tony Jaa) find themselves protecting a billionaire’s daughter from deadly assassins in the awesome looking upcoming action movie Triple Threat.
Hitting in the summer of 1997, Spawn hoped to turn Todd McFarlane’s comic book phenomenon into a blockbuster with Michael Jai White playing the titular superhero taking on the disgusting Violator, played by John Leguizamo, and his former boss Wynn, played by Martin Sheen.