A new era of the animated DC Universe dawns in August (and September) when Superman: Man of Tomorrow arrives, which finds Clark Kent at the beginning of his superhero career battling the dual-threat of Lobo and Parasite, both recently arrived on Earth and threatening humanity.
Jessica Chastain stars as an assassin named Ava, who is forced to go on the run when she’s burned by the black ops organization she works for, and a kill order is placed on her that puts a target on her back from multiple fellow assassins.
Arriving in Bangkok on a mission of revenge, hitman Kai pays a large sum of money to drive him around the city for a night but his driver soon realizes that at each stop, her passenger is brutally murdering someone and it’s too late for her to stop.
Celebrating its 40th-anniversary this past weekend, John Landis’ cult classic The Blues Brothers is jam-packed with music not only from the titular duo of Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi but legens like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Cab Calloway, James Brown and John Lee Hooker.
Dave Franco makes his directorial debut with the upcoming horror movie The Rental, which stars Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Sheila Vand and Jeremy Allen White as a pair of couples who rent what seems like the perfect vacation house until things start to go horribly wrong.
Netflix has two new shows arriving next month that features female leads battling ancient evils in fantastical settings with the comic adaptation Warrior Nun and Frank Miller’s twist on Arthurian legend, Cursed.
Michael Chiklis voices the legendary DC mercenary/assassin Deathstroke for the next DC Animated Movie, Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons, arriving in August.
An adaptation of Greg Pak and Carlo Pagulayan’s comic storyline, the animated movie Planet Hulk arrived in 2010 and followed Hulk after he’s tricked and exiled from Earth and finds himself on the brutal world of Sakaar, where he’s forced to become a gladiator.