Kingsman’s first-ever agents try to stop a deadly plot by a dangerous cabal during World War I in the upcoming Kingsman prequel, The King’s Man, which arrives in February 2020.
2014’s The Lego Movie is a hard act to follow but The Lego Batman Movie is just as hilarious as it’s predecessor, jam packed with references and homages to the entire history of the Caped Crusader.
At Alfred’s insistence, Lego Batman decides to take some more responsibility in his life, starting by actually acknowledging the orphan he adopted, who becomes Robin and helps Batman take down The Joker, whose latest plan threatens Lego Gotham City.
Despite WB probably wanting a James Bond style franchise from their 1998 reboot of The Avengers, even hiring Sean Connery himself as the villain, the only thing that really feels Bondesque is the credits song by Grace Jones.
After stealing the show in The Lego Movie, Will Arnett’s Lego Batman is back next year for the spin-off, The Lego Batman Movie, where Lego Joker (Zach Galafinakis) unleashes his latest nefarious plot against Gotham.
Stop motion masters Laika are back and following up the goofy charm of The Boxtrolls with an epic looking adventure set in Feudal Japan, Kubo and the Two Strings.
Bond is back and faces the ghosts of his past as he tries to unravel the secrets of evil organization Spectre in the 24th entry in the Bond franchise, can it possibly top the excellence that was Skyfall?
There’s a new Star Trek TV show coming, Luther is back this December, new faces coming to Agents of SHIELD and Agent Carter and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the first look at Preacher, the new Kickboxer, Halloween sequels, CBS’ terrible grasp of streaming tech, James Bond Jr, Back to the Future and much more.
The star of a massive 50’s epic is kidnapped and fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) has to track him down in the latest star studded caper from The Coen Brothers, Hail, Caesar!.