Halloween Kills took the top spot at the box office with the second-best opening for the Halloween franchise while No Time to Die dropped about 56% from last week’s opening and The Last Duel got off to a disappointing start.
Michael Myers slashes his way back into theaters (and Peacock) this weekend for Halloween Kills while the latest from Ridley Scott, The Last Duel, also opens in theaters along with Needle in a Timestack, Bergman Island, the anime prequel to Bright, Bright: Samurai Soul on Netflix and a documentary about The Velvet Underground on Apple TV+.
Based on true events, Ridley Scott directs House of Gucci, which follows the Gucci family over three decades as they become one of the most powerful names in fashion but are brought down by sex, revenge, greed, and murder.
The Fury Road prequel Furiosa gets a cast, HBO Max is getting more DC Universe shows soon, Ridley Scott is directing a Napoleon movie starring Joaquin Phoenix, Stephen King reveals The Outsider Season 2 is on the way and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about Nicolas Cage battling space warriors, the Monster Hunter movie, a Green Lantern series coming to HBO Max, the over the top action of Guns Akimbo, the Vincent Price classic Theater of Blood, Castlevania Season 3, and more.
Ridley Scott brings his first-ever television series to HBOMax in September with the wild looking sci-fi series Raised by Wolves. The show follows a pair of androids as they try to raise a colony of humans on a new planet after Earth was wiped out in a massive war.
AMC’s historical horror series TheTerror returns for another season in a new time and setting as the occupants of an internment camp on the west coast during World War 2 are terrorized by a supernatural force from Japanese folklore