Pedro Pascal stars as The Mandalorian, a bounty hunter working during the time between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens in the Star Wars universe in one of the marquee original series coming to Disney+.
Netflix is getting a live-action Cowboy Bebop and multiple Roald Dahl based series to their streaming service while canceling Daredevil, Hobbs and Shaw and the Kingsman prequel add cast members, Blade Runner is getting an anime series on Adult Swim and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Breaking Bad is getting a sequel movie, the Deadwood movie has started shooting, Rogue One’s Cassian Andor is getting a series on Disney+ streaming, the Swamp Thing series makes some major casting, Shrek is getting rebooted and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe try out a new News format and dive into a Breaking Bad sequel movie, Jeremy Irons’ character in the Watchmen HBO show, a Star Wars prequel prequel show, a Johnny Quest movie,The Purge TV show, Happy!, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and more.
A criminal in the eyes of the Empire, Jyn Erso is rescued by the Rebel Alliance and tasked with leading a team to find her missing father, who was instrumental in building the Empire’s most powerful weapon.
Star Wars Rebels ended it’s run this week and, although it got off to a slightly rough start, it contributed some truly epic moments to the Star Wars canon, brought back Thrawn to the universe and was a great bridge between the prequel and classic trilogy eras of the Star Wars saga.
The crew of the Ghost are back for one final season of Star Wars Rebels as they continue to try and build the Rebellion while being hunted by the ruthlessly efficient Grand Admiral Thrawn. Get the key moments so far in an official Star Wars recap video of Seasons 1-3.
Rogue One arrives on Blu-Ray this week along with a demon hunting Dolph Lundgren in Don’t Kill It, a belated Office Christmas Party, a creepy James Franco in The Institute and more.
Beauty and the Beast shattered records with a stunning $170 million opening, the largest PG opening of all time and the seventh highest ever opening of all time.
The Batman finally confirms a director, Nightwing is getting is own movie, more additions to The Predator, a ton of TV premiere dates and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.