Expanding the world and upping the stakes, Blade Runner 2049 is a visually stunning sci-fi epic that may be the Terminator 2 to the original Blade Runner’s The Terminator.
After two messy (but still interesting, at least to us) DC Extended Universe movies last year, 2017 gets off on much more solid footing with the fantastic solo Wonder Woman movie, as the perfectly cast and bad ass Gal Gadot as Diana heads to World War I to hunt down Ares, the God of War, with American agent Steve Trevor (Chris Pine)
The final Wonder Woman trailer is here to confirm that Diana is going to kick everyone’s ass when she leaves her home to join the fight during World War I in her upcoming solo entry in the DCEU.
A new Blade Runner agent, K (Ryan Gosling), seeks out Deckard (Harrison Ford) when he uncovers a secret that could rock society in the upcoming sequel to Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049.
Frank and Claire Underwood continue their battle to win the 2016 election as the first husband and wife President/Vice-President against Republican Will Conway in the upcoming fifth season of House of Cards.
Our first look at the new Blade Runner is here as Ryan Gosling’s new Blade Runner K sets out to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) 30 years after the events of the original film.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the first look at Star Wars: Rogue One, the intricacies of Daredevil Season 2, the terribleness of the Rush Hour show, Manos: The Hands of Fate, the history of Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger and much more.
Deadpool is officially the highest grossing R rated film of all time, The Blacklist may be getting a spin-off, a new addition to the Iron Fist show was announced, The Iron Giant finally coming to Blu Ray and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Jason Clarke and Jake Gyllenhaal are the leaders of expeditions to reach the summit of Mt. Everest in the upcoming movie based on a disaster that took place in 1996.
Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) managed to lie, blackmail and even kill his way to the Vice Presidency in the first season of House of Cards, but can he hold on to that power going into Season 2 of Netflix’s critically acclaimed show?