Hearing a strange call from the northern border of Arendelle, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf set off on a quest that could reveal the source of Elsa’s powers, but also open up the kingdom to a new threat.
Dropped completely out of nowhere on Netflix a few weeks ago, The Lonely Island celebrated/parodied the home running slamming, steroid abusing duo of Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire in the “visual poem”, The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience.
The whole Arendelle gang is back this Thanksgiving for Frozen 2 with Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Kristoff heading into a new, autumnal looking area of the kingdom for a new adventure.
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.
Trying to make it’s own Continentalesque mysterious criminal underworld, Hotel Artemis follows Jodie Foster as The Nurse, who runs the titular secret criminal hospital, which has a very specific set of rules for it’s members that show up in need of it’s services.
The Ocean’s series is back with Sandra Bullock leading an all female heist team, this summer’s critically acclaimed horror movie from A24, Hereditary, and the John Wickesque Hotel Artemis are this weekend’s new releases.
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.
Sterling K. Brown leads a heist crew that has to hole up in an underworld hospital when one of their own is injured but a criminal kingpin arrives demanding something they stole in the upcoming action thriller Hotel Artemis
Riding an insane amount of hype, the first major blockbuster of 2018 is here with the first of 3 huge MCU movies, Black Panther, as T’Challa returns home to Wakanda to take his rightful place as king.
After making a stellar debut in Captain America: Civil War, King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) takes center stage in next year’s Black Panther movie, where he must defend his country of Wakanda from numerous threats both inside and out.