Jungle Cruise gets it’s villains that will face off against The Rock and Emily Blunt, The Goldbergs spin-off is retooled and picked up for a full season, Ash vs Evil Dead has been cancelled, the MASK movie gets a director, Xander Cage will be back for a fourth movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
When the creator of the limitless VR world of the OASIS dies, he leaves behind a contest that will give one person his fortune and full control in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the pop culture crammed novel by Ernest Cline.
Ready Player One took the top spot at the box office and gave Steven Spielberg his best opening in eight years.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss Pacific Rim Uprising, Tommyknockers, Archer, some recent TV show premieres, animated Deadpool, Carmen Sandiego and more.
If there’s a genre that perfectly matches the 80’s reverence of Ready Player One, it’s Synthwave, and one of the best Synthwave bands out there, Gunship, pays tribute to the book and movie with their track “Art3mis & Parzival”.
Spielberg confirms Indy 5 starts shooting next year and Tintin 2 is still happening, Disney announces huge Marvel lands in three of their parks, Tron is getting official Lego sets, Street Fighter and the comic Astro City are getting TV shows and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The XFL is coming back in 2020, John Cena may star as Duke Nukem, Michael Jai White teased a new Black Dynamite, a sequel to the original Robocop may be in development, The Mighty Ducks may be returning in TV form and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
With Isla Nublar set to explode from it’s volcano going active, Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen (Chris Pratt) return to Jurassic World to rescue and transport the surviving dinosaurs to a safer location in next summer’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
The third season of True Detective officially has it’s star, Netflix is getting a new Matt Groening show, Sarah Paulson joins Glass, Hulu getting the classic TGIF shows and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Finding Dory dominated again over the holiday weekend, becoming the fifth highest grossing animated film of all time while two of the new releases, while not spectacular, did better than anticipated.