The excellent Scorpion’s Revenge gets a sequel later this year with the newest WB Animation Mortal Kombat Legends movie, Battle of the Realms, with Joel McHale returning as Johnny Cage and Jennifer Carpenter back as Sonya Blade.
Joel McHale and Kerry Bishé are a happily married couple who get a visit from a mysterious stranger who informs them they have “defects” and require an injection to make them more normal in the upcoming dark romantic comedy, Happily.
Kevin James completely sheds his normally goofy persona playing the merciless Nazi leader of a group of escaped convicts that takes a family hostage, except the family’s teenage daughter who fights back, in the upcoming thriller Becky.
Mortal Kombat gets animated with the first R rated adaptation of the long-running franchise, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge, which puts a new spin on the story of the original Mortal Kombat by focusing on Scorpion and his quest for vengeance against Sub-Zero.
Following in the wake of the more recent, R rated, DC Animated films, WB Animation is going back to the original Mortal Kombat with this spring’s Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge animated film.
The Mandalorian’s insane cast is revealed, tons of release date and directing news for stuff like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Are You Afraid of the Dark, Nicolas Cage says his most insane movie ever is coming soon, Legendary rebooting The Toxic Avenger and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Brian Henson takes his family’s creations into places they’ve never dared dream of with the hard R comedy The Happytime Murders, where human detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy) gets paired up with a Muppet PI to investigate a string of gruesome Muppet murders.