Dominic Cooper plays a prosecutor who is involved in a hit and run but another man (Samuel L Jackson) is accused of the crime. Cooper drops the case but realizes that Jackson was trying to murder the victim and is then framed for a second murder by Jackson in the upcoming thriller, Reasonable Doubt.
A ton of sequel news this week including a new Wolverine and possibly a new Saw, Star Wars Episode VII has a release date, Marvel has more news regarding it’s TV shows and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
One of our all time favorite movies is the latest to get a reboot as Joel Kinnaman, of The Killing, steps into the cyborg shoes of Alex Murphy in next year’s Robocop.
Spike Lee directs a remake of the Korean cult classic revenge thriller that finds Josh Brolin locked away for 20 years and then is inexplicably released and sets out to find out who was behind it.
I noticed you have three X’s tattooed on the back of your neck. I think that’s rather appropriate, since you’re looking at three strikes. Grand theft auto, reckless endangerment, and that little bridge stunt of yours makes you a three-time loser. Maybe you ought to call yourself “Triple X.”
We take a look back at the previous Die Hard movies before John McClane heads to Russia in this week’s A Good Day to Die Hard in the latest Franchise Flashback.
Jamie Foxx saddles up with Christoph Waltz in Quentin Tarantino’s spaghetti southern “Django Unchained”.
More casting news for some big upcoming Marvel projects, Adam Mckay drops some Anchorman 2 details and a bunch of directing news in this week’s News Shotgun.
The big news this week was obviously the buying of Lucasfilm by Disney but there was a ton of other news this week including some plot details revealed, directing and casting news and release dates for some highly anticipated comedy returns.
Terrorists, your game is through, because now you have to answer to, Gary Johnston and Team America.