“So I shot him, and then I shot this other one. Shot a couple of extra guys just to be safe. I did a lot of shooting to be totally honest.” Nathan Filion’s character Cayde-6 tells a story as the Last City crumbles in this antithetical tease for the sequel to the hit MMOFPS.
While we got burned by Zack Snyder’s last DC Comics film, we’re hopeful that the teamup of Bats, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash will result in something more magical. The first full trailer certainly doesn’t seem as dreary and humorless as Batman v. Superman.
(PG-13) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a comedy drama starring Frances McDormand as a mother who is frustrated with the lack of progress in her daughter’s murder case. She puts up three billboards to rile things up. Directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges).
Mystery Science Theater 3000 is back with a new crew, and headed to Netflix. Original creator Joel Hodgson is joined by Jonah Ray and Felicia Day, along with some surprise guests, as the gang is forced to watch a whole new crop of bad movies. April 14 can’t come soon enough.
The Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series introduced skateboarding, its music and its lifestyle to a mainstream audience. Former THPS producer Ralph D’Amato is working on a documentary about the series’ origins, featuring interviews with Tony, Rodney Mullen and more.
(PG-13: Language) Netflix gives us a very small taste of Dave Chappelle’s comeback stand-up comedy special. The video combines two of Chappelle’s most recent US tours into one. 3/21/17 can’t come soon enough.
Yup, another superhero origin story. But we have to hand it to DC for putting together compelling trailers for Wonder Woman, which follows the princess of the Amazons, and her rise to become a hero for all of us. We’re also excited that Patty Jenkins (Monster) directed it.
(PG-13) An ex-cop spends 6 years in prison for attempted murder. But back outside, it’s as if time stopped, and he can’t escape from his past mistakes. In short, his life has turned into a Coen Brothers film. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars in this Netflix-exclusive comedy. Drops 4/28/17.
(PG-13) Charlize Theron kicks large quantities of ass in this action flick about a killer MI6 agent who must take on a city filled with baddies. We’re excited to see stunt coordinator and director David Leitch behind the lens – he co-directed John Wick and is helming Deadpool 2.
Redemption, revenge, ambition, destiny – the Houses vying for the Iron Throne each have their reasons. But their intentions and ambitions mean nothing to their real problem: the Night King cometh. Game of Thrones’ penultimate season starts 7/16/17.
Buster is the local crazy guy in a remote mountain town. Like most crazy guys, he used to be one of us, trying to make ends meet. His struggles and a conspiracy buff make him snap. Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek stars in this surreal mystery drama. Premieres 4/28/17.
Return to late 1970s New York City for the continuation of Baz Luhrmann’s colorful and fantastic series about the evolution of the music scene from disco to hip-hop, and the impact it had on so many young lives. Drops 4/7/17 on Netflix.
(PG-13: Language) The merc with a mouth drops by to remind us of his existence with this hilarious parody of a famous superhero trope, a Stan Lee cameo, a pint of delicious ice cream, some fast moving smallprint, and more snark than you can shake a stick at.
“I’ve met OJ Simpson on four different occasions. That’s like seeing Bigfoot riding a unicorn.” On 3/21/17, one of the smartest and funniest comedians ever to walk this planet will drop not one, but two comedy specials. Thank you based Netflix. Now where’s Ja?!
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