Natalie Dormer joins the new Penny Dreadful, Netflix cancels their final two Marvel shows, Chris Hemsworth playing Hulk Hogan, the Ghostbusters are teaming up with the Transformers, DC Comics is getting infested by zombies and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk Hulk Hogan and potential other WWE biopics, Dune, Happy Death Day 2U, The Lego Movie 2, the end of the Bayformers, Punisher and Jessica Jones being canceled, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bad Times at the El Royale and more.
Trained by their grandfather every summer in the art of ninjitsu, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum use their skills to battle a wide array of criminals, including evil land developers and international arms dealers.
Closing out our month of vehicular action for Auto Pilot is 1994’s Thunder in Paradise, which featured Hulk Hogan as ex-Navy SEAL “Hurricane” Spencer, who along with his buddy Bru (Chris Lemmon), develops a high-tech power boat nicknamed Thunder that they use to take on various villains in the water around Florida.
The Hulkster’s first starring role, No Holds Barred starred Hogan as Rip, the world’s greatest wrestler, facing off against a new, sadistic rival Zeus and the theme song, also called No Holds Barred, was written by the WWE’s go to theme creator, Jim Johnston, and sung by the completely unknown John Joyce.