This week on the big 200th episode of the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe are joined by Brian and OG podcaster Charlie to talk about Monster Mania 27, the new Sin City trailer, Dr. Strange, Frozen, bizarre Disney specials, the latest Texas Chainsaw, Steve Guttenberg trying to be an action star and much more.
Kind of a weird mix of releases this week with some complete TV series, classic getting new and 3D re-releases, a double dose of Nicolas Cage and our Pick of the Week, This is the End and much more.
Star Trek Into Darkness took the top spot at the box office, coming in right on par with the first movie while Iron Man 3 crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide.
Phase II of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is off to a great start as Iron Man 3 had the second highest opening weekend of all time, only being bested by The Avengers.
Pain & Gain took the top spot at the box office this weekend with a fairly modest opening for a Michael Bay movie while Iron Man 3 is already blowing up internationally.
Being the only new wide release, Oblivion easily took the top spot at the box office and was the best non-sequel opening for Tom Cruise.
The latest sports biopic, 42, took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Scary Movie 5 had the lowest opening for the series and Evil Dead dropped down to fifth.
Despite of, or maybe because of, huge amounts of gore and violence, the new Evil Dead took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Jurassic Park 3D proved that people still love that movie with a strong opening as well.
Supposed to be released last Summer, GI Joe: Retaliation gambled on a 3D conversion and an early spring release and it seems to have paid off with a number one debut almost on par with the original GI Joe movie.
The Croods easily took the top spot away from Oz the Great and Powerful this weekend while Olympus Has Fallen also had a great opening and became the best action opening of the year.