Set between Civil War and Infinity War, Natasha Romanov returns home to team up with some old allies to face a new threat in next summer’s Black Widow solo movie, which kicks off Phase 4 of the MCU.
Eddie Kasalivich is a machinist on a green alternative energy project who is forced on the run with physicist Dr. Lily Sinclair when they are framed for murder and treason.
The cast for Netflix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop series was revealed, Mark Hamill is the new Chucky for the Child’s Play movie, the Akira movie is finally moving forward, Better Call Saul Season 5 is delayed and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Before Matt Ryan arrived to deliver the quintessential John Constantine, Keanu Reeves took on the role of DC’s resident exorcist/magical demon expert in the 2005 movie version.
As part of a program to improve on Jason Bourne, Aaron Cross was given “chems”, which increased his intelligence and physical abilities but now he’s on the run when the program is liquidated.
Pretty much something for everyone this week with spy action, R rated election comedy, a romantic comedy for the older crowd and death defying stunts in 3D.
Disney unveiled the trailer for their upcoming Wizard of Oz prequel yesterday at Comic Con and it follows magician Oscar Diggs (James Franco) whose hot air balloon is caught in a tornado and sends him to Oz where he’s caught between three witch sisters who think he’s a powerful wizard.
Jeremy Renner takes over the Bourne series as agent Aaron Cross in a sidequel to the Matt Damon trilogy and the first trailer is out.
September goes out with a pretty slow weekend at the box office with an apparently great comedy, a mediocre comedy and a horror movie that didn’t get shown to critics.
When there’s mummies to be killed, Rick O’Connell is probably the best guy to call.