The King of the Monsters returns to an Earth on the brink of destruction and some old friends (Mothra, Rodan and Ghidrah) are back as well in next year’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the third movie of WB’s “Monsterverse” universe.
Teaming up for the fourth time with director Jaume Collet-Sera, Liam Neeson delivers another solid mystery thriller in the vein of the pair’s Non-Stop with The Commuter.
Liam Neeson’s morning commute is disrupted by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga), who forces him to uncover a particular passenger on the train before it reaches it’s final stop or bad things will happen in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
Taking his usual train into work, Liam Neeson is approached by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga) and coerced into finding a specific passenger before the train reaches it’s final stop in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
Star Wars Rebels will be back for another season, the Inhuman royal family cast for the upcoming show, Terminator 2 returning theaters in 3D this year, a board game based on one of the best Batman: TAS episodes is available and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Bill Paxton, discuss the actual plot of La La Land, the weird sexual tension between Tom Keene and his mom on The Blacklist: Redemption, Hacksaw Ridge, the original Dirty Harry, the Nemesis system and much more.
Idris Elba is training to fight a real kickboxer, Doug Liman directing Justice League Dark, new cast members for Liam Neeson’s The Commuter and the Death Wish reboot and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Warcraft seems to be continuing the trend of terrible video game movies while The Conjuring 2 is the best bet between the two sequel out this weekend.
Captain Colter Stevens awakes from a helicopter crash in Afghanistan to find that he’s been unwittingly put into a top secret project where he’s tasked to relive the same 8 minutes on a train in Chicago to discover the identity of a terrorist bomber.
Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana fake war reports from Ecuador in the upcoming Netflix movie, Special Correspondents, which was written and directed by Gervais.