Barely anything is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray with the exception of the excellent 1917, the first season of the Bourne spin-off Treadstone, a collector’s edition of 80s horror movie April Fool’s Day and one or two other things.
Now one of the Oscar frontrunners, 1917 took the top spot at the box office in its first weekend of wide release while Like a Boss and especially Underwater did not fare too well in their opening weekends.
Award contenders Just Mercy and 1917 expand wide this weekend against new releases Like a Boss and Underwater.
The director of Skyfall and Spectre is taking us back over 100 years to World War I in the war movie 1917, which follows two young British soldiers who have to cross enemy lines to deliver a message of vital importance.
Two classic franchises face off this week as the latest Bond movie takes on a new take on Charlie Brown and the gang in The Peanuts Movie.
James Bond is back on a personal mission to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Spectre organization, who seem to have deep ties to his family and it’s mysterious leader (Christoph Waltz) may be behind everything that has happened to Bond.
Bond is back and confronting more of his past in the upcoming 24th Bond movie, Spectre
Fox is moving forward on a couple of major comic properties, Guillermo Del Toro is staying insanely busy, Disney is going to lose a ton of money on The Lone Ranger and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week the newest additions to the Expendables are closer than ever to appearing, Glenn Close joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Hannibal is coming back for another season and more in the News Shotgun.
Lots of casting news and directing news this week along with confirmation that one of our favorite shows is coming back for a second season in this week’s News Shotgun.