Having escaped from the Delos parks, Dolores puts a plan into motion in the real world while Maeve is tasked by a villainous new Delos executive to track down and kill Dolores in the upcoming third season of Westworld.
Daniel Craig uses his License to Kill one last time for next April’s No Time To Die, as James Bond gets put on the trail of a dangerous new villain (played by Rami Malek), who has deadly new technology that threatens the world.
Uncharted gets yet another director for the movie adaptation, Sony and Disney hash out a deal for at least one more Spider-Man solo movie in the MCU, Walker, Texas Ranger might be getting a reboot, Jason Bateman is directing the Clue reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss some of the Emmy Award winners, the imminent return of Breaking Bad, the final chapter of the Rambo saga, potential casting for The Batman, the most ridiculous Walker, Texas Ranger moments and more.
Following the events of Season 2, Dolores is out in the real world and looking to start a robotic revolution while Maeve finds herself in a new Delos park, War World, in next year’s third season of Westworld.
A retired wolf hunter travels to a remote Alaskan town to investigate the deaths of three children and the disappearance of another boy but uncovers something much more disturbing in the next movie from Green Room’s Jeremy Saulnier, Hold the Dark.
Things are out of control in Westworld for season 2 as the hosts are unleashed following the plot set in motion by Robert Ford in the first season and the corporation running the park struggles to regain control.