Summer 2015 rolls on with the new Terminator, Mission Impossible, the end of Marvel Phase 2 with Ant-Man, the return of the Griswolds and much more.
Charlize Theron stars in Dark Places, based on the book by Gone Girl author, Gillian Flynn.
Margot Robbie stars as a survivor of an apocalyptic event whose life gets complicated when two men (Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor) arrive in the seemingly untouched valley where she has been living.
Joe Dirt returns and is possibly lost in time after being caught in a tornado in the upcoming sequel, streaming on Crackle on July 16th.
Jurassic World finally arrives this month along with a bunch of the summer’s big comedies like Entourage, Spy and Ted 2.
If Jason Bourne was a stoner, you would have a character like Jesse Eisenberg’s Mike Howell in the upcoming action/comedy, American Ultra.
Brad Bird gave up Star Wars to work on Tomorrowland, his passion project about a return to an optimistic future, but was that a wise decision?
Trying to get ready of a production of the play “The Gallows”, a group of high school students are stalked by the vengeful spirit of “Charlie”, who died during the last time the play was performed at the school 20 years ago.
Hailee Steinfeld is a teenage assassin who fakes her death on her first mission to try and live a normal high school life in the upcoming action/comedy, Barely Lethal.
Zach, Chris and Joe dive deep into what will probably be the biggest movie of the year, Avengers: Age of Ultron, for the latest Everything Action Reviewcast