Back before the Willenium and even before he was sitting on his throne in Bel-Air, The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff released one of their most classic tracks, “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, the Grammy award winning hit from 1988.
NBC officially orders a Bad Boys spin-off show, a bunch of TV cancellations and renewals, Ang Lee’s new sci-fi thriller gets some big casting, new directors for the Flashpoint movie, the son of Drago cast for Creed 2 and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Will Smith stars as an LAPD officer in a Los Angeles populated with fantasy creatures who is partnered with the first ever Orc officer (Joel Edgerton) and the pair uncover a powerful artifact that draws the attention of some dangerous factions in December’s Netflix movie, Bright.
Netflix is bringing back Carmen Sandiego, The Rock and Jason Statham are most likely getting a Furious spin-off, General Zod is coming to Supergirl, Will Smith may take over from Robin Williams as Genie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pitch the next Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg movie, recap the big news out of Star Wars Celebration, the insanity of Fate of the Furious, the return of MST3K, Carmen Sandiego, Cloak & Dagger and much more.
The main single off the Bad Boys II soundtrack, Shake Ya Tailfeather by Nelly featured “Executive Soundtrack Producer” P. Diddy and was number one on the Billboard charts and was Grammy winning in 2004.
Will Smith is an LAPD officer in a fantastical Los Angeles populated with creatures like elves and orcs in the upcoming Netflix movie from David Ayer (and co-written by Ayer and Max Landis), Bright.
The first Star Wars Story arrives with Rogue One this weekend while Will Smith stars in an apparent disaster with Collateral Beauty and Oscar favorite Manchester by the Sea expands wide.
It’s been a while since the last Reviewcast but Zach, Chris and Joe are here to discuss the latest entry in the DC Extended Universe, Suicide Squad.
August gets kicked off with two movies that were destroyed by critics, Suicide Squad and Nine Lives.