Guillermo Del Toro is back behind the camera four years after his Academy Award-winning film The Shape of Water hit theaters for the dark noir story Nightmare Alley, based on the 1946 book of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham, which hits theaters in December.
The Expendables 4 is officially confirmed, Jungle Cruise and Vacation Friends are getting sequels, Poison Ivy cast for Batwoman, Texas Chainsaw Massacre is coming to Netflix, Paramount delays a bunch of movies again and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the Everything Actioncast podcast, Zach and Chris pay their respects to the late Ed Asner and then dive into trailers like No Time to Die and Red Notice, the first look at the new Resident Evil movie, a Rocketeer sequel, The Expendables 4, Woodstock 99, special and extended editions of the Alien franchise, Undisputed 3, Mythic Quest and more.
Announced in November of 2018, the Pacific Rim anime series is finally coming out on Netflix this March with Pacific Rim: The Black, which follows a pair of siblings who find an abandoned Jaeger in Australia and commandeer it to survive the Kaiju and look for their missing parents.
Robert Zemeckis brings a new spin to Roald Dahl’s The Witches later this month on HBO Max, with Anne Hathaway starring as the evil Grand High Witch.
Kerri Russell plays a teacher who becomes worried by the disturbing writing and drawings of one of her students but the truth is much more horrifying than she could imagine in next year’s Guillermo Del Toro produced, Scott Cooper directed horror movie, Antlers.