Simultaneously America’s greatest and worst special agent, the legendary MacGruber returns from his faked death to stop international terrorist Dieter Von Cunth from detonating a stolen nuclear warhead.
The team behind the hilarious mockumentary 7 Days in Hell is back for a new mockumentary this summer on HBO, Tour De Pharmacy, set at the 1982 Tour De France where everyone was doped up on steroids and other drugs.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss why you should never attack Charles Bronson’s watermelons, the terrible new MacGyver, the wacky charm of The Saint, the casual vampire apocalypse of The Strain, Hot Wheels, Joe’s audition for The Lion King on Broadway and much more.
A bunch more TV renewals this week, the announcement of Indiana Jones 5, a new addition to the DC Cinematic Universe, the confirmation of casting for The Killing Joke animated movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Adam Sandler’s Tommy “White Knife” Stockburn reunites with his five brothers for a wacky Wild West adventure coming to Netflix in December.
Andy Samberg takes on Kit Harrington in the most epic fake tennis match in history with HBO’s upcoming mockumentary, 7 Days in Hell.
Elmore Leonard’s “The Switch” is adapted into the upcoming crime comedy, Life of Crime, where Jennifer Aniston is a kidnapped wife whose husband (Tim Robbins) is not particularly keen on getting her back.
With a soundtrack to rival any of the cheesy 80’s action movies it’s parodying, MacGruber features songs from the likes of Mr. Mister and Eddie Money along with original songs from their resident songbird, Vicki St. Elmo (Kristen Wiig).
Tons of casting news this week for movies like Sharknado 2 and shows like Gotham while Star Wars: The Clone Wars will wrap up on Netflix, James Franco will tell the story behind the scenes of The Room and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
If you’ve been having Awesome Show, Great Job! withdrawl since the show ended last year, don’t worry; the guys are back early next year with their first feature film that, while more professional looking, still has the trademark insanity.