Jason Statham is a deep sea rescue diver brought in to save the crew of a disabled submarine and stop a giant, prehistoric shark in this summer’s The Meg.
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.
Based on true events, Army of One features Nicolas Cage as Gary Faulkner, a handyman and ex-con from Colorado who believes God (Russell Brand) wants him to single handedly capture Osama Bin Laden.
On the hunt for a lost Confederate ironclad, Dirk Pitt of the National Underwater and Marine Agency rescues a WHO doctor and learns about plot by an evil industrialist and his rogue general partner in Sahara.
Fox has a bunch of new dramas like the trippy looking Wayward Pines, Ancient Egyptian set Hieroglyph and BBC remake Gracepoint but also comedies like Mulaney, starring, obviously, John Mulaney.
The 80’s Beastie Boys find themselves face to face with their future selves in this celebrity packed short film to promote the Beasties’ latest album.
Alongside their new album, the Beastie Boys have made a short film about the 80’s versions of themselves meeting their future selves and featuring an all star comedy cast.
Rainn Wilson stars as homemade superhero Crimson Bolt, who’s looking to win his wife back his wife after she leaves him for a drug dealer in Super.