Delayed multiple times, Joe Carnahan’s latest Boss Level is finally arriving exclusively on Hulu in March as Frank Grillo’s Roy Pulver finds himself trapped in a time loop of the day he’s killed and he has to figure out a way out and stop the evil colonel behind the loop, played by Mel Gibson.
Nicolas Cage is “The Janitor”, who accepts a deal to spend a night cleaning the abandoned Willy’s Wonderland family fun center in exchange for repairs to his car but he discovers Willy’s is full of murderous animatronic animals that he must battle his way through to survive.
After serving six years in prison, a former stockbroker whose firm was controlled by the mob is released and seeks revenge on the people who set him up and caused him to get locked away.
Anthony Mackie stars as android soldier Captain Leo, who recruits a disgraced drone pilot to accompany him on a mission to recover a deadly superweapon from a dangerous DMZ in the upcoming Netflix action movie, Outside the Wire.
Neil Marshall returns to the genre that put him on the map with movies like The Descent and Dog Soldiers with the upcoming horror movie The Reckoning, where a young widow in 1665 is accused of being a witch at the height of the Plague and put through physical and emotional torture by a brutal judge.
Denzel Washington and Rami Malek team up to track down a serial killer stalking and killing young girls around Los Angeles in the upcoming crime thriller The Little Things, which will hit theaters and HBO Max in January.
The inimitable Nicolas Cage hosts a new Netflix comedy/documentary series in January next year called The History of Swear Words, which explores the evolution and origins of the biggest and most controversial curse words.
33 years after he first came to America looking for a wife, the newly crowned King Akeem returns to the US to find his long-lost son and the next heir to the Zamunda throne in next year’s long-awaited sequel, Coming 2 America.
Disney revealed over 3 hours of news from every corner of their empire, including updates on Disney+ shows and movies, new Star Wars projects, new MCU projects and so much more.