After some strange “Special Looks”, the first full trailer for the live action reboot of Aladdin from director Guy Ritchie is finally here to give us a true look at what this new take on the animated classic will actually be like.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Luke Perry and King Kong Bundy, discuss a bunch of recent DC related news including the end of Arrow and Idris Elba becoming the new Deadshot, the crazy new Robin Hood, Into the Dark, True Detective and more.
Ghostbusters 2020 cast it’s first two roles, Rambo V gets a release date, the new Candyman is cast, Edge of Tomorrow, Escape Room and Aquaman are getting sequels, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is returning for another season and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
During the Grammy Awards this past weekend, Disney unveiled a new special teaser trailer for this summer’s live-action reboot of Aladdin, which significantly featured the horrifying CG being used to turn Will Smith into The Genie, along with new looks at Jafar, Jasmine, and Aladdin.
A pop culture relic that was thought lost was found as a Halloween miracle last week with the first ever upload of the full, official music video for The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Nightmare on My Street”.
Will Smith plays secret agent Lance Sterling and Tom Holland plays his nerdy gadget guy Walter in next year’s animated comedy from Blue Sky Studios, Spies in Disguise.
Following the success of live action reboots like Beauty and the Beast and The Jungle Book, Disney is bringing back Aladdin next summer starring Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari and Will Smith as The Genie
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.