Arthur Curry must return home to Atlantis and take his rightful place as king to stop his half-brother Orm from launching a devastating war against the surface world in this December’s solo Aquaman movie from director James Wan.
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as Agatha Christie’s famous detective Hercule Poirot in the upcoming remake of Murder on the Orient Express.
Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie in 2002 set the standard for a lot of things in the comic book genre, like filling the soundtrack albums with nu-metal/alternative rock songs, as the main single from the first film was the huge hit “Hero”, from Nickelback lead singer Chad Kroeger.
Kenneth Branagh stars and directs a new version of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery where her legendary detective Hercule Poirot must figure out which passenger committed a Murder on the Orient Express.
A huge fan of the band’s album Points on a Curve, director Wiliam Friedkin hired Wang Chung to compose every song on the soundtrack for his Secret Service action thriller, To Live and Die in LA in 1985.
The beloved anime/manga is being adapted by Netflix with You’re Next/Blair Witch director Adam Wingard at the helm as high schooler Light Turner comes into possession of the Death Note, a mysterious notebook that has the power to kill anyone whose name is written into it.
When original xXx Xander Cage is (at the time) presumed dead, former Navy SEAL Darius Stone is recruited as the new field agent to stop a plan by the Secretary of Defense to launch a coup d’etat against the President and take over the country.
Matt Damon is one of the many soldiers guarding The Great Wall in ancient China, which is under siege from giant monsters and not the Mongol hordes you would expect.
This week on the 300th episode of the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Jumanji, Rita Repulsa, the greatness of Creed, the amazing season of Better Call Saul, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the bugginess of Arkham Origins and much more
Featuring the hit song “I Can Dream About You” by Dan Hartman, the soundtrack for Walter Hill’s Streets of Fire also includes the music of the fictional bands of the movie like The Sorels and Ellen Aim and The Attackers.