Paul Rudd joins Ghostbusters 2020, Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live action TV series, you can experience Jerry’s apartment and more from Seinfeld in NYC this fall, The Office is leaving Netflix and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
For this week’s podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe dive into the trailers for the new Charlie’s Angels and Roland Emmerich’s Midway, what if Steven Seagal was cast in Batman 89, the horribly depressing ending of Toy Story 4 (No Spoilers), the new Child’s Play, Keanu’s first starring role and much more.
We’re finally in the Endgame this weekend as the “Infinity Saga” comes to a close with the surviving Avengers doing whatever it takes to stop Thanos and save the universe.
Zach gives his picks for the Top 10 Best Movies of 2018, a year dominated again by superheroes but also great sequels to long-running franchises and even a few original ideas.
July kicks off with the final MCU movie of 2018, Ant-Man and The Wasp, and the prequel to the Purge that shows how all that insanity got started.
Ant-Man is back in July and joined by The Wasp to stop the technology stealing criminal The Ghost in a wacky and fun looking (pre-Infinity War) MCU adventure.
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.
Following the events of Civil War, Scott Lang rejoins Hope Van Dyne and Hank Pym to stop a new threat that sees Hope donning her own super-suit as The Wasp to partner up with Scott.
Although it’s full of insane sequences, one of the most insane of “So Bad It’s Good” movie Mac and Me is a dance sequence in a McDonald’s that features the song “Down to Earth” by Ashford & Simpson.
The Camp Firewood gang returns to keep their promise from the movie of reuniting 10 years later in the next Wet Hot American Summer series, arriving in August on Netflix.