As one of the biggest media events of the year, last night’s Super Bowl LVII was filled with star-studded commercials, an aerial spectacular from Rihanna, fast-paced, high-scoring action from the Chiefs and Eagles and, of course, a bunch of movie trailers. Check out The Flash, Guardians Vol 3., Creed III, and other trailers that debuted during the Big Game.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Chris talk about the slate of movies and TV shows laid out from DC Studios for “Chapter 1: Gods and Monsters”, a new Tomb Raider TV series on Prime Video, Showtime becoming Paramount+ with Showtime, Poker Face, The Last of Us, Kaleidoscope, High Sierra and more.
After a couple of months of uncertainty and behind-the-scenes drama, James Gunn and Peter Safran revealed their first slate of movies and TV shows for their relaunch of the DC universe in film and TV. 10 projects were announced, movies and TV shows, that will be interconnected under the “Chapter 1: Gods and Monsters” umbrella. Read on to find out what we can expect in the future of DC
James Gunn is writing a new Superman movie that won’t involve Henry Cavill, tons of shows are being completely removed from HBO Max, the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie finds its co-stars, the God of War TV series is officially greenlit, Death Stranding is getting a movie and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Chris talk about the new trailers for Across the Spider-Verse, Scream VI and more, Henry Cavill being done as Superman (again), tons of shows being completely removed from HBO Max, Barbarian, the new National Treasure show, The Peripheral, A History of Violence and more.
James Gunn and Peter Safran are now the creative heads of all things DC for Warner Bros Discovery, the Green Lantern HBO Max series will now focus on John Stewart, Tobin Bell is coming back for the next Saw movie, Prime Video is getting an Alex Cross series starring Aldis Hodge, Henry Cavill and Eiza Gonzalez are starring in the new Guy Ritchie movie and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Amanda Waller may be getting her own HBO Max series, John Woo is remaking one of his classic action movies for Peacock, Fast X may have found a replacement for Justin Lin, Justified: City Primeval rounds out its cast, NBC officially picks up the Quantum Leap reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.