This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the return of Spidey into the MCU, the latest from Guy Ritchie and Michael Bay, the Harley Quinn dominated Birds of Prey movie, new fall TV like Stumptown and Prodigal Son, seeing The Goonies with zero nostalgia and more.
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.
90s X-Men and Spider-Man seem to be a part of Disney+, Hayley Atwell is joining the Mission: Impossible series, new details about Apple TV+, The Stand reboot casts its Big Bad and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 90s X-Men and Spider-Man coming to Disney+, a new Resident Evil multiplayer game, IT: Chapter 2, John Wick Chapter 3, Apple TV+, Ghostwriter and more.
The Mortal Kombat reboot adds a bunch of new cast members, The Irishman and Castle Rock Season 2 get release dates, the 16-bit Aladdin and Lion King games are coming back in a new collection, Tommy Doyle is returning for Halloween Kills and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
It was a massive week of news as Disney and Sony dissolve their Spider-Man deal, Disney announces three new MCU Disney+ shows, including Moon Knight, Ewan McGregor is officially back as Obi-Wan for a Disney+ Star War series, Bond 25 has an official title and much more in the latest News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the major break-up between Disney and Sony over Spider-Man, a new Matrix sequel, the title of the next Bond movie, the animated adaptation of Batman: Hush, Alita: Battle Angel, The Wandering Earth and more.
Spider-Man: Far From Home remained at the top of the box office for another weekend, putting it just shy of $850 million worldwide for two weeks out while Crawl defeated Stuber in the battle of the R rated new releases.
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.
Spider-Man ably followed up the juggernaut that was Avengers: Endgame with a record-shattering six-day opening over the July 4th holiday weekend while Midsommar opened to around half as much as Ari Aster’s last film, Hereditary.