Netflix puts a new spin on World War II with the rotoscoped animation of The Liberator, which follows the men of the 45th Infantry Division aka The Thunderbirds, as they battled from Sicily to deep into Nazi occupied Europe.
A 90s favorite is hopefully going to bring some much-needed joy to a terrible year when Yakko, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, and The Brain return in November for 13 new episodes of the Animaniacs on Hulu.
Kurt Russell is back as cinema’s coolest Santa in The Christmas Chronicles 2 with wife and co-star Goldie Hawn joining the fun as Mrs. Claus in November on Netflix.
KJ Apa and Indie Eisley co-star in the upcoming romantic thriller Dead Reckoning as a young couple that falls in love over the summer but Apa’s character is hiding a deadly secret, his brother is a dangerous terrorist played by Scott Adkins.
Nic Cage, Tony Jaa, Alain Moussi, Frank Grillo and Juju Chan Battle an Alien Warrior in Jiu Jitsu (Trailer)
Nicolas Cage leads a squad of martial arts warriors who have to battle an alien warrior every six years to protect the Earth from destruction in Jiu Jitsu.
A miserable and washed-up Chris Cringle aka Santa Claus is forced to take on a contract with the US military to keep his operation afloat while also being hunted by a hitman hired by a disgruntled kid who got a lump of coal in the upcoming action/comedy, Fatman.
After putting his spin on the time loop genre with the Happy Death Day movies, director Christopher Landon is back with a Blumhouse spin on the body swap genre as a teen girl swaps bodies with a notorious serial killer in Freaky.
Daniel Craig returns for one final outing as James Bond in the 25th movie in the franchise, No Time to Die, where Bond comes out of retirement to help Felix Leiter stop a dangerous new villain with some sort of secretive ties to Bond’s lady love, Madeleine Swan.