After the truly terrible Jigsaw, Chris Rock stepped up to produce and co-star in a “re-imagining” of the Saw franchise with this summer’s Spiral, which co-stars Samuel L. Jackson.
The latest from Guy Ritchie, The Gentlemen, arrives in theaters this weekend along with a new spin on “The Turning of the Screw” and a real-life war story.
One of the biggest singles in his Grammy-winning R&B career, Jamie Foxx’s “Blame It” topped the Billboard charts for weeks, won a Grammy and the music video featured a slew of his famous friends, including Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker and…Ron Howard?
James Dean is returning from the grave to co-star in a new movie via CGI, CBS is rebooting The Equalizer with Queen Latifah, two new potential cast members join The Batman, Japanse Spider-Man is joining the Spider-Verse, more “Blank Has Fallen” movies are on the way and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
There’s a weird reboot currently streaming on Apple TV+ but the original PBS Ghostwriter is a favorite of 90s kids everywhere as a group of friends in Brooklyn solved mysteries with the help of a mysterious but friendly spirit, the titular Ghostwriter.
Uncharted gets yet another director for the movie adaptation, Sony and Disney hash out a deal for at least one more Spider-Man solo movie in the MCU, Walker, Texas Ranger might be getting a reboot, Jason Bateman is directing the Clue reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
After the awe-inspiring events of Avengers: Endgame earlier this year, Spider-Man: Far From Home feels like the vacation that guides the plot of the movie, fun and funny but also still dealing with the lingering effects of Endgame.
It’s the end of one chapter of the MCU and the beginning of another this weekend with Spider-Man: Far From Home while Hereditary director Ari Aster delivers another horrific journey into madness with Midsommar.
Men in Black: International was at the top of the box office but it was another weekend of new entries in established franchise vastly underperforming compared to their predecessors while Dark Phoenix continues to fall off a cliff and dropped almost 75% from last weekend.
It seems like both the Men in Black and Shaft franchises should have stayed dormant, as both of this weekend’s new entries have been panned by critics.