Andy Serkis directs a new dark and gritty version of the classic Rudyard Kipling story, The Jungle Book, that arrives this October.
Forget the Oscars, the 11th Annual Kick Ass Awards are here to award the movies that actually matter, including the one that is our Kick Ass Movie of the Year.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the mind numbing stupidity of Transformers: Age of Extinction, huge gaming and movie trailers, Final Fantasy XV, terrible Steven Seagal movies, old school Chuck Norris and much more.
A ton of the previous seasons of the big CBS dramas are out this week along with season 4 of Arrow, The Jungle Book, our Pick of the Week, Star Wars Rebels Season 2, and more.
Disney is continuing their trend of rebooting all their classic movies with a new take on Pete’s Dragon, where Pete is a boy who has survived in the woods of the Pacific Northwest for six years seemingly by himself.
The Angry Birds Movie took the top spot at the box office away from Civil War but Civil War became the first film of 2016 to cross over $1 billion worldwide.
Civil War easily dominated the box office this past weekend, bringing the MCU’s total box office to over $10 billion while Money Monster and The Darkness had fairly so-so debuts.
Captain America: Civil War easily dominated the box office with the fifth highest opening of all time and put Disney over $1 billion in domestic grosses for the year so far.
The Jungle Book remained on top at the box office for another weekend while Keanu was the best performing of last weekend’s new movies.
The Jungle Book continued to dominate at the box office as The Huntsman: Winter’s War failed compared to it’s predecessor with a 1/3 of what Snow White made it’s opening weekend.