Pablo Schreiber is the Master Chief for Showtime’s Halo series, John Cena may be joining The Suicide Squad, more details on the Castlevania Collection and the Genesis Mini console, Glenn Danzig has written and will direct a vampire spaghetti-western and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Shazam took the top spot at the box office, meeting WB’s expectations as did Pet Sematary for Paramount while Dumbo took a massive nose dive and Captain Marvel crossed over $1 billion worldwide.
April 2019 kicks off with the latest from DC, a Stephen King remake and a true story from 1970s South Carolina.
James Gunn has been re-hired to direct Guardians 3 for Marvel, Taika Waititi remaking Time Bandits for Apple, Netflix has a ton of new animated shows in the works, Marvel’s What If? becoming a Disney+ animated series and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Creed family discovers a disturbing local legend in their backyard when they move from Boston to rural Maine in this spring’s new version of the Stephen King classic Pet Semetary.
Unsolved Mysteries is coming back to Netflix, Christopher McQuarrie writing and directing Mission: Impossible 7 and 8, Jason Reitman is directing a new Ghostbusters movie, the Sopranos prequel adds a bunch cast members and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Michael Jackson, Stephen King, Mick Garris and Stan Winston came together in 1996 to deliver the 39-minute long music video epic that was Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, which King and Garris co-wrote while Winston directed and created the many special effects.
The string of excellent Stephen King projects hopefully continues next April as a new version of Pet Semetary arrives with Jason Clarke starring as Dr. Louis Crandall, who learns the horrible secret of his new Maine home when tragedy strikes.
John Carpenter’s classic Stephen King adaptation Christine is out in 4K this week along with Ocean’s 8, a new culinary Scooby-Doo adventure, more TV like Chicago PD and Scorpion and more.
Bruce Lee cast for the ever-increasing cast of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, tons of TV cancellations and renewals, the first look at live action Mulan and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.