Duncan Jones is back with a “spiritual successor” to his debut film, Moon, the Blade Runneresque Mute, where Alexander Skarsgard plays a bartender in 2052 Berlin who goes on a hunt for his missing girlfriend and runs afoul of the local criminal gang.
Since hitting the scene around 2001, Ramin Djawadi has already left a mark on pop culture with his iconic Game of Thrones score as well as excellent scores for things like Westworld, Iron Man, Pacific Rim and more.
A bunch of the bigger and smaller movies from this past summer, including Warcraft, The Shallows, The Neon Demon and, our Pick of the Week, Central Intelligence, are out this week.
Finding Dory set records with the best animated film opening of all time while Central Intelligence had a solid debut and Warcraft continues to dominate overseas while bombing in the US.
The Conjuring 2 managed to almost match it’s predecessor to become another horror hit for James Wan while Warcraft bombed domestically but is a massive hit in China.
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.
June is full of sequels including TMNT: Out of the Shadows, The Conjuring 2, Now You See Me 2, Finding Dory and Independence Day: Resurgence.
2015 was a pretty great year for movies and 2016 has the potential to be even bigger with the long awaited big screen debut of the Merc with a Mouth, two epic superhero battles, the first “Star Wars Story” with Rogue One and so much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the continued greatness of Ash vs Evil Dead, the convoluted mess that is the Spectre plot, MST3K, some of the big trailers of the last week including Warcraft, British crime dramas and much more.
Duncan Jones brings Activision/Blizzard’s sprawling fantasy world of Azeroth to life next Summer with the big screen adaptation of Warcraft.