Summer 2015 rolls on with the new Terminator, Mission Impossible, the end of Marvel Phase 2 with Ant-Man, the return of the Griswolds and much more.
At the pinnacle of both their power, The Simpsons and Michael Jackson teamed up to get Bart a number one song/dance craze and “Do the Bartman” was the result.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe give you all the Comic Con news that is fit to print, including the Oz the Great and Powerful trailer, the new Deadpool game, Punisher: Dirty Laundry, Marvel announcements, giant monsters as well as how terrible The Thing prequel was, Blade, the final two chapters of the Alien Quadrilogy and Patrick Stewart as a ghost.
Based on a series of popular crime thriller novels, Tom Cruise stars as ex-military private investigator Jack Reacher, who is requested by a suspect in a series of sniper killings to prove he’s innocent.
Spielberg has John Williams, Tim Burton has Danny Elfman and JJ Abrams has Michael Giacchino, who has done the scores for most of Abrams’ projects as well as some of the most memorable Pixar scores, like Up.
It’s time again to honor the best and worst of the past year with the awards you actually care about. Who will win Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the Year? Read on to find out.
Contraband took the top spot at the box office this weekend while The Devil Inside plummeted to sixth place with the 19th biggest drop off in history.
A shockingly big debut for the, by all accounts horrible, The Devil Inside was the big story of the weekend while Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy finally went wide and made it into the top ten.
This week in the first Everything Actioncast of 2012 we have the full crew of Zach, Brian, Chris and Joe and the guys spend way too much time talking about Tone Loc and C-Bear and Jamal along with Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Street Sharks, the most rented movie from Redbox and the most pirated movie of 2011 and our picks for the Top Ten best movies of 2011 (and the top 5 worst).
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol stayed at the top of the box office over the weekend while New Year’s Eve got a slight bump from it’s namesake holiday.