The “true” story of the American Revolution will be revealed on Netflix just in time for the Fourth of July with America: The Motion Picture, starring Channing Tatum as George Washington.
Mark Wahlberg plays Evan McCauley, who has skills he doesn’t remember learning and memories that aren’t his. He gets drawn into the world of a secret group known as Infinites, who have reincarnated hundreds if not thousands of times over the centuries, retaining their skills and memories of their past lives.
Robert Kirkman’s excellent comic series Invincible arrives in March on Prime Video with a new animated series that follows the life of 17-year-old superhero Mark Grayson, who tries to juggle high school problems with training and trying to live up to his powerful and beloved superhero father, Omniman.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg team up with The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman to bring his other big comic book, Invincible, to Prime Video with an animated series starring Steven Yuen and JK Simmons.
The John Wick series continues to put basically all other action movies to shame as the third chapter continues to ramp up the absurdly great action set-pieces and expands the world of The High Table/The Continental as John goes on the run with no resources and a $14 million bounty on his head.
After his actions in Chapter 2, John Wick is on the run, exiled from The Continental and it’s services, with a $14 million bounty on his head that draws the attention of seemingly every assassin on the planet.
After breaking the sacred rules of The Continental, John Wick alone and on the run with a $14 million bounty on his head and every assassin in the world on his trail in John Wick Chapter 3- Parabellum.
Two best friends hit puberty and try to survive their changing bodies and school life in the new Netflix adult animated comedy from Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, Big Mouth.