Zach gives his picks for the Top 5 Worst Movies of 2018 which, much like 2017, is led by an awful Mark Wahlberg movie.
After co-starring in the original Predator, director Shane Black returns to direct the latest entry in the franchise, The Predator, as a ragtag group of ex-soldiers ends up caught between two of the intergalactic hunters who are battling over a mysterious cargo that crashed to Earth.
The Predator won a Pyrrhic victory at the box office over the weekend, taking #1 but also having the worst opening ever for a movie in over 4,000 theaters, taking that spot away from Tom Cruise’s The Mummy.
The Predator arrives in theaters this weekend alongside a Paul Feig directed thriller, the sequel to Unbroken and a “based on a true story” drug/crime story starring Matthew McConaughey.
Henry Cavill is Geralt of Rivia for Netflix, Rian Johnson and Shane Black have new movies on the way, Designated Survivor is officially saved from cancellation, Beetlejuice is coming to Broadway and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe pay tribute to Burt Reynolds, dissect the new Halloween trailer and discuss the awful sounding sixth Die Hard movie, the upcoming Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing shows, The Witcher, Terrifier, The Purge TV show, Mortal Kombat and more.
Set between Predator 2 and Predators, Shane Black, co-star of Predator, is soft rebooting the franchise with The Predator, as Boyd Holbrook leads a team of Army Rangers against both original style Predators and new, genetically modified versions.
The alien hunters are back in September for Shane Black’s sequel, The Predator, as the Predators are drawn to a small town and a rag tag team of ex-soldiers are the only ones who can stop them.
Losing her memory on her last mission, CIA operative Charly Baltimore becomes mild mannered schoolteacher Samantha Caine but she regains her memories and her deadly skills when a private investigator digs up her past and puts her back on the radar of her former handlers.
Hulu renews Future Man and Runaways and picks up a new horror anthology series from Blumhouse, Starz is moving forward with the John Wick TV series, Vin Diesel may kick off the Valiant Comics movie universe as Bloodshot, Kitty Pryde may be getting her own movie and more in this week’s News Shotgun.