Sam Worthington is a soldier who volunteers for a dangerous and radical genetic experiment to try and force an evolutionary change in humanity to allow humans to migrate to Saturn’s moon Titan, as Earth is on the brink collapse, in the upcoming Netflix movie, The Titan.
Apparently Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine is a masterpiece while teen drama Before I Fall got solid reviews and The Shack is another religious themed disaster.
Mel Gibson is back behind the camera for the first time in 10 years for the World War II movie Hacksaw Ridge, which stars Andrew Garfield as Medal of Honor recipient Desmond Doss, who refused to carry a weapon because of his religious beliefs.
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.
The Call of Duty franchise goes even crazier and farther into the future with the upcoming third entry in the Black Ops series, coming this November to next gen consoles and the PC.
The impossible has happened; We must give an Arnold movie a bad review, as Sabotage is a rotten mess full of possibly the most terrible assholes ever put on screen, or at least since Pain & Gain.
Tons of casting news this week for movies like Sharknado 2 and shows like Gotham while Star Wars: The Clone Wars will wrap up on Netflix, James Franco will tell the story behind the scenes of The Room and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Arnold leads a team of DEA bad asses in the upcoming action movie, Sabotage. After a massive bust, the cash from it goes missing and Arnold and his team are in the cartel’s crosshairs.
Not a lot of news this week but there was some wheeling and dealing from Dreamworks, some casting news and some popular animated characters getting their own movie.
Recruited to take his dead brother’s place as the operator of an “avatar” alien body on the planet Pandora, marine Jake Sully becomes the leader of the Na’vi, leading them into battle against the invading colonists and marines.