Some exciting updates to two 80’s slasher movie inspired games, the first big casting news for Shane Black’s Predator movie, the Justice League is meeting the Power Rangers in comic form next year, Supergirl’s James Olsen becoming a DC superhero and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Hulu’s first great original series is available on DVD/Blu-Ray this week along with the prior seasons of Supergirl and Halt and Catch Fire and more.
A mysterious cell phone signal turns most of humanity into mindless monsters, leaving the remaining humans to have to fight their way to safety in the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, Cell.
Deadpool is officially the highest grossing R rated film of all time, The Blacklist may be getting a spin-off, a new addition to the Iron Fist show was announced, The Iron Giant finally coming to Blu Ray and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Sony is moving forward with both the Jump St/Men in Black crossover and Venom, the leads of The Dark Tower are confirmed, a Nick game show is coming back in an unexpected way and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Hulu is making a major bid to compete with Netflix and Amazon’s catalog of original dramas with two potentially great shows on their service in 2016, the time travel thriller 11/22/63 and The Path, which follows the members of a potentially dangerous cult.
James Franco stars in Hulu’s upcoming Stephen King adaptation where a man discovers a mysterious door that lets him travel back to 1958 and he decides to use this newfound power to try and prevent the Kennedy assassination in 1963.
Although the movie didn’t seem particularly “punk rock”, The Ramones came in to deliver the theme song for 1989’s Stephen King adaptation, Pet Sematary.
The first official confirmation for the next season of True Detective arrived this week along with a new Stephen King series coming to Hulu, Real Genius coming to TV, Taken 3 first look and much more in the News Shotgun.
The latest movie based on a Stephen King story finds Joan Allen uncovering evidence that her husband, Anthony LaPaglia, might be a notorious serial killer.