Tons of rescheduling and delays this week, including Batman v Superman, and female focused spin-offs in the News Shotgun.
Elmore Leonard’s “The Switch” is adapted into the upcoming crime comedy, Life of Crime, where Jennifer Aniston is a kidnapped wife whose husband (Tim Robbins) is not particularly keen on getting her back.
Having already adapted Mark Millar’s Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn takes on another of Millar’s comics with Kingsman: The Secret Service, which stars Colin Firth doing his best Bond impression while recruiting a young street punk into an elite espionage training program.
This week on the podcast (celebrating 4 years this week), Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the recent Asbury Comicon and PAX East, Channing Tatum possibly playing Gambit, sad weight lifters, another great new FX show, Rosemary’s Baby and much more.
Zach, Chris and special guest Gio talk about the biggest movie of the year so far, and the first Phase 2 Marvel movie of the year, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
April kicks off with one of the biggest and most anticipated movies of the year, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The original Robocop is one the pillars of Everything Action, so can the remake even hope to compare?
In what might be the most unoriginal weekend ever, three of this weekend’s movies are remakes and the other is based on a book.
Cap makes it his mission to track down the mysterious rogue operative, The Winter Soldier, after he attacks Nick Fury and SHIELD in the first Phase 2 Marvel movie of 2014, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Samuel L Jackson assists a young teenage assassin on a quest for revenge in the upcoming action/thriller, Kite, based on a cult classic anime/manga.