Kurt Russell is the wheelman for a team of thieves out to steal the Guttenburg Bible in the upcoming heist movie, The Art of the Steal.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and special guest Ryan talk about crazy cosmic Marvel chracters, new Thor trailer, the surprising acrobatics of normal Yakuza soldiers, the maddening cliffhanger of Alphas, The Collection vs The Collector and much more.
A possible short list for Batman, a major addition to the Expendables 3 cast, 300: Rise of an Empire gets an R rating, Sharknado 2 gets a title and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Monsters University kept the top spot at the box office this weekend while The Heat had a solid opening and White House Down has seemingly lost the “Die Hard in the White House” battle to Olympus Has Fallen.
Man of Steel had the second highest opening for the year and the highest opening ever for June this weekend at the box office.
Out of nowhere, The Purge took the top spot at the box office with $36.4 million, one of the best horror movie openings ever.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Steven Seagal’s insane mission to Russia, why you should never be in Patrick Wilson or Ethan Hawke’s horror movie family, Expendables 3, Vanilla Ice, the many versions of Operation Condor 2 and much more.
Fast & Furious 6 remained on top despite dropping quite a bit from last weekend while Now You See Me was a surprise hit and bested After Earth, which proved that M. Night Shyamalan is pretty much box office poison at this point.
Magicians and heists seems like a perfect match and while Now You See Me is nowhere near a perfect movie, it’s a light and fun heist movie with a great cast and lots of tricks.
After a ton of blockbusters, May closes out with a pair of movies critics didn’t really care for, the magical heist movie Now You See Me and the futuristic survival movie, After Earth.