After a mission goes bad, one of IMF’s most dangerous foes escapes and threatens the world with stolen nuclear material while the CIA hunts down Ethan Hunt and his team for going against orders yet again in this summer’s Mission: Impossible: Fallout.
The IMF team is back and, once again, seemingly up against their own government and new villains as a mission goes bad in Berlin that results in a large amount of plutonium to go missing and Ethan on the wrong side of the CIA.
The XFL is coming back in 2020, John Cena may star as Duke Nukem, Michael Jai White teased a new Black Dynamite, a sequel to the original Robocop may be in development, The Mighty Ducks may be returning in TV form and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
As if Mission Impossible 2 weren’t already the weirdest entry in the MI series, the movie’s soundtrack cemented it with a lead single by none other than Limp Bizkit, “Take A Look Around”.
The top three were insanely close (and things could still change) but IT reclaimed the top spot at the box office as Kingsman fell to third against the new competition of Tom Cruise and American Made.
Two movies based on true events are out to close out September, along with two thrillers that were not screened for critics, which is always a great sign.
Going rogue from the CIA to protect a potentially world changing battery, Roy Miller globe trots to avoid the actually corrupt CIA agents and gangsters on his trail with unwitting mechanic June Havens in tow.
Forced into the infantry before a massive invasion to stop an alien threat in Europe, cowardly former Major William Cage accidentally gets doused in alien blood and discovers that every time he dies, the day of the invasion restarts, which he uses to get more competent and figure out a way to stop the aliens once and for all.
Coming off the soundtrack for 1986’s The Color of Money, Eric Clapton’s “It’s in the Way That You Use It” hit #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts and was the main single of the Martin Scorsese directed movie.
Wonder Woman remained on the top of the charts while The Mummy failed in the US but seems like a hit everywhere else, giving Tom Cruise his biggest ever worldwide opening.