Legendary character actor Robert Forster passed away at age 78, the Walker, Texas Ranger reboot is heading to The CW, Hulu’s Helstrom finds it’s cast, Training Day is getting a prequel, HBO is getting a Maniac Cop event series and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Margot Robbie is a the center of a series of stylish, interconnected neo-noir stories in the upcoming Terminal, which also features Simon Pegg, Dexter Fletcher, Max Irons and Mike Myers.
First look at Robin in the upcoming Titans series, Netflix renews a bunch of shows and picks up the Sabrina series from the Riverdale team, Nintendo releasing Super Mario Cereal, Hellboy reboot gets a release date and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Unfortunatly, it’s not a joke that Stallone is leaving The Expendables, which is one of the biggest stories in this week’s News Shotgun along with Joss Whedon directing a Batgirl movie, True Detective may be coming back, Venom will be R rated and much more.
The Batman has found it’s new director, Halloween gets a new director and writer, Kevin Smith is moving on to a new Jay and Silent Bob movie, Channel Zero gets two more seasons, tons of Netflix news and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Ryan Gosling’s unnamed driver offers up his services in 5 minute windows in LA until he get drawn too deep into the life of his next door neighbor and comes into the crosshairs of some ruthless gangster.
Comic Con trailers are starting to come out and one of them is the long in development Drive, starring Ryan Gosling as a stuntman by day/wheelman by night.
Some of the Expendables have new projects and some more remakes get directors.