After being freed from prison in World War II by his yakuza cellmate, an American soldier joins the criminal organization in repayment in the upcoming Netflix crime drama The Outsider, starring Jared Leto.
The 90’s classic Reboot lives up to it’s title with a new series coming to Netflix in March, where four high schoolers are sucked into the virtual world and become the Guardians, defending both cyberspace and the real world from an evil hacker bent on destruction.
The Robinson family returns in Netflix’s upcoming reboot of Lost in Space with Toby Stephens and Molly Parker leading an expedition to a new potential home for humanity but their ship is knocked light years off course.
The full length Kung Fury signs on two massive co-stars, Ryan Murphy signs a historic deal with Netflix, Five Nights at Freddy’s gets a director, Willy Wonka may be rebooted yet again and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk the incredible boredom of Geostorm, the insanity of Ryan Murphy shows, the new season of Channel Zero, the insane casting for the Kung Fury movie, Incredibles 2, scientist Rock and much more.
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.
Jessica digs into her past and the experiments that gave her her powers and discovers that another test subject may be out in NYC murdering people in the upcoming second season of Jessica Jones on Netflix.
The Super Bowl, if nothing else, always has new and first looks at some of the biggest movies of the year and this year is no exception with trailers for The Rock’s Die Hard/disaster movie Skyscraper, the first teaser for Solo, Avengers: Infinity War, the Netflix mic drop of The Cloverfield Paradox debuting tonight and more.
Fox and CBS order more movie based TV show reboots, Emily Blunt joins The Rock for a Jungle Cruise, Nintendo confirms the new Super Mario animated movie, Sony is rebooting the Men in Black and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Duncan Jones is back with a “spiritual successor” to his debut film, Moon, the Blade Runneresque Mute, where Alexander Skarsgard plays a bartender in 2052 Berlin who goes on a hunt for his missing girlfriend and runs afoul of the local criminal gang.