Tons of awesome British actors getting cast in awesome sounding movies this week along with The Rock and McG teaming up to bring back a classic 80’s TV show in movie form and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Fast & Furious 6 remained on top despite dropping quite a bit from last weekend while Now You See Me was a surprise hit and bested After Earth, which proved that M. Night Shyamalan is pretty much box office poison at this point.
After a ton of blockbusters, May closes out with a pair of movies critics didn’t really care for, the magical heist movie Now You See Me and the futuristic survival movie, After Earth.
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence co-star in the over the top, explosion filled sequel to Bad Boys, which you can watch in full right here, thanks to Crackle.
Along with the onslaught of TV news, we also learned this week that Arnold may be co-starring in the Toxic Avenger reboot, Dredd 2 may not be as dead as it seems and Game of Thrones may have an end date in mind, along with a bunch of other news in this week’s News Shotgun.
An 80’s classic is getting remade, Marvel arrives in the Disney parks, Star Wars is coming every year starting in 2015, we get our first look at Jamie Foxx as Electro in Amazing Spider Man 2 and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Will and Jaden Smith crash land on a future Earth that has reverted back to a prehistoric state in the latest from M. Night Shymalan
Labor Day is usually considered the last day of Summer but before we head into the Fall, let’s jam to the classic groove that is Summertime, by Will “The Fresh Prince” Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
Aliens invade the Earth 65 million years ago and the only thing that can stop them are the native species, dinosaurs, in the upcoming motion comic from Yahoo, Barry Sonnenfeld and Grant Morrison.
The MIB return after 10 years as Agent J time travels back to 1969 to prevent K from being killed by a vicious alien hitman and to stop an alien invasion in the present.