What is the greatest superhero movie ever?; Spider-Man accolades; Marvel Cinematic Universe future; Baby Driver 2; GLOW; Assassin's Creed animated series; Netflix Docu-series; Mayans MC; Top Gun 2; Heathers TV Series; True Detective Season 3; Geostorm; Game of Thrones Exhibit
WHAT IS THE GREATEST SUPERHERO MOVIE EVER?: With the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, we now have a new debate about the greatest superhero adaptation ever.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Other than Spider-Man, A Ghost Story may be the only new option.
MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE: Marvel has announced that Avengers 4 will be the last movie in the in the 22 episode story arc. What does this mean for the future? We discuss that and Captain Marvel's upcoming movie.
BABY DRIVER: With the success of the strangely named car movie, comes the announcement that a Baby Driver 2 could be in the works.
GLOW: The new series on Netflix is absolutely outstanding and Greg provides a spoiler-free review.
ASSASSIN'S CREED ANIMATED: The creator of the Castlevania animated series on Netflix is reportedly working on Assassin's Creed series. Could animated be the way to finally get a TV/Movie adaptation correct?
NETFLIX DOCUMENTARIES AND HISTORICAL SERIES: Icarus is out on August 4th, covering the incredible Russian athlete doping scandal. Then, a Central Park Five series is also, in the works.
MAYANS MC: The Sons of Anarchy spinoff is still on it's way, but not without some rewrites and apparently recasting of the pilot episode.
TOP GUN 2: The release date for the upcoming sequel has been announced.
HEATHERS TV SERIES: The cult favorite is getting a television series, with a few changes to the main cast. Selma Blair has also been cast as a lead in the series.
TRUE DETECTIVE SEASON 3: Luke Cage and Moonlight actor Mahershala Ali is reportedly in talks to take a lead role in the new season.
Rick and Morty have announced their return, which leads to a discussion of our favorite animated series ever. Plus: Baby Driver; Despicable Me 3; Okja; The House; Han Solo troubles; Jumanji; Batman Hitchcock; Inhumans; Sense8; Everything Sucks; She's Gotta Have It; Tremors TV Series; AD Astra; Greatest Showman
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ANIMATED TV SERIES?: Rick and Morty have announced their return and Greg admits his shame of having just started watching the series.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Baby Driver; Despicable Me 3; Okja; The House
HAN SOLO TROUBLES: The two co-directors were let go (fired) and now Ron Howard has stepped in. Does this spell trouble for the Star Wars story?
JUMANJI REMAKE/SEQUEL: We were hesitant to get on board with the original announcement. Now that we've seen the trailer...we have changed our minds.
BATMAN TAKE: Reports are out that the upcoming solo Batman film will take a more Hitchcock-ian spin.
THE INHUMANS: We finally have a trailer for the next big Marvel television series. The characters are a little less known, but it might possibly work.
SENSE8 GETS A FINALLY: Netflix has listened to the fans of Sense8 and after cancelling the series, will now have a 2 hour movie wrap-up.
EVERYTHING SUCKS: Coming out in 2018, this series will feature a high school in 1996 Oregon.
SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT:Spike Lee will be bringing his 1986 film to live as a television series on Netflix.
TREMORS TO TV: We've been hearing about it for 2 years, but Kevin Bacon has officially announced he is returning for a 10-episode series based on the original campy horror movie.
AD ASTRA: It's a space movie, where Tommy Lee Jones goes missing and Brad Pitt plays his son, that goes looking for him.
With the send of season one of The Handmaid's Tale, we debate what is the best dystopian movie/tv series of all time. Plus: Cars 3; All Eyez On Me; Rough Night; 47 Meters Down; Book of Henry; X-Men: Dark Phoenix; Spider-Man: Homecoming Trilogy; Flatliners; Netflix surpasses Cable; Friends From College; Kimmy Schmidt; Ballers; Inside Game Of Thrones; Hulu VR; American Crime Story: Gianni Versace; Conjuring 2 spinoffs; Between The Cracks: The Good Place
WHAT IS THE GREATEST DYSTOPIAN MOVIE/TV SERIES EVER: Season one of The Handmaid's Tale is over and with that we discuss the pressing issue of best depressing shows.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Cars 3; All Eyez On Me; Rough Night; 47 Meters Down; Book of Henry
X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX: Jessica Chastain is rumored to be playing the villain in the sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse.
SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING: Tom Holland inadvertently announced that the Spider-Man movies will be a trilogy.
FLATLINERS: Yet another 90's movie is getting a reboot, this time with Flatliners. There were also be a cameo from one of the original cast members.
NETFLIX SURPASSES CABLE: In a surprising first, Netflix now has more subscribers than traditional cable.
FRIENDS FROM COLLEGE: A star-lineup heads this new comedy from the creator of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
KIMMY SCHMIDT: Despite other series getting cancelled, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is on for Season 4.
BALLERS: Ballers has been the most viewed comedy from HBO in the last decade.
INSIDE GAME OF THRONES: A new 100 minute documentary is out showing the behind-the-scenes of the special effects for Game of Thrones.
HULU VR SERIES: A choose-your-own-adventure style of comedy series in Virtual Reality is coming to Hulu.
Are there too many Cinematic Universes?; The Mummy; Dark Universe; It Comes At Night; My Cousin Rachel; Meagen Leavey; Black Panther; Transformers 5; Hellboy Feud; Cowboy Bebop; The House; GoT; Al Pacino/Joe Paterno; Coco; Made In America
IS UNIVERSAL'S CINEMATIC UNIVERSE ALREADY CRASHING? The Mummy is supposed to be the jumping off point of Universal's Dark Universe. However, terrible reviews may put that in jeopardy. We go through all of the many, many, many, Cinematic Universes currently being made.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: It Comes At Night; My Cousin Rachel; Meagen Leavey.
BLACK PANTHER: A new poster and promises of a new trailer during the NBA Finals, give us more of a look at T'Challa.
TRANSFORMERS 5: A lot of drama, a robot butler, a robot dragon, Mark Wahlberg and more drama.
HELLBOY FEUD: Patton Oswalt came to the rescue and defused a burgeoning feud between David Harbour and Ron Pearlman, by supplying a lot of scotch.
COWBOY BEBOP: Fans are in an uproar as plans are announced to turn the anime franchise into a live-action TV series.
THE HOUSE: Will Ferrel and Amy Poehler team up in the comedy about a couple that starts a casino in their neighbors basement.
GAME OF THRONES: The seasons will be much shorter, but the episodes will go to record lengths.
AL PACINO/JOE PATERNO: Al Pacino has been cast to play Joe Paterno in an HBO film about the last days of the PSU Coach.
COCO: Pixar released a trailer for their November animated feature.
MADE IN AMERICA: It looks a lot like Blow, but Tom Cruise will be playing a drug smuggler who turned into a CIA informant.
Game of Thrones delay; Wonder Woman; Weekend Box Office: Captain Underpants, I, Daniel Blake, Handsome Devil, Dean; Uncharted; Godzilla; Carpool Karaoke; Kevin Hart/T.I. on Showtime; Stranger Things; Netflix Cancellations; Murder on the Orient Express; Trust; Logan Lucky; Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
GAME OF THRONES MAY PUSH FINAL SEASON BACK TO 2019; WORTH THE WAIT?: With the implication that the final season of 6 episodes may be pushed back 2 years, we ponder whether or not people will lose interest after that amount of time.
WONDER WOMAN IS FANTASTIC: Ryan gives a spoiler-free review of the clear box-office winner and the first critically acclaimed hit for the DC Universe.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Captain Underpants; I, Daniel Blake; Handsome Devil; Dean.
UNCHARTED MOVIE: A casting decision has been made on the movie version of the video game franchise. Surprisingly they are going much younger than originally though, but it could be genius.
GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS: This is another movie that's a long way from seeing the theater, but it seems like every week, someone new is cast in it.
APPLE CARPOOL KARAOKE: A release date has been given for this new spin on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke, which will feature the matching of various stars together.
KEVIN HART/T.I. ON SHOWTIME: The duo is pairing up to produce a new series on Showtime, based around the comedic side of the music business.
STRANGER THINGS: The monsters will be bigger and stronger than the demegorgon, per the shows Producers.
NETFLIX CANCELLATIONS: It seems rare, but Netflix has started cancelling some series after they get a couple of seasons. Sense8 is the latest to get chopped.
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS: Ryan is excited about this Agatha Christie adaption, featuring Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeifer, Judy Dench, Willem Dafoe, Kenneth Branaugh and others.
TRUST ON FX: With Brendan Fraser cast as the lead, this series will tell the true story of the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III.
Top Gun 2; Pirates of the Caribbean; Baywatch; The Jetsons; Charlie's Angels; Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Universal's Dark Universe; War Machine; Game of Thrones; Veep and Silicon Valley; X-Men New Mutants; Ellen Degeneres; Castlevania; Bloodline
TOP GUN 2 IS HAPPENING. IS THIS A GOOD, OR BAD IDEA?: Tom Cruise confirmed it, we are getting a sequel to Top Gun. This time, it will have something to do with drones. Are you on board, or should this be a big no?
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Pirates of the Caribbean 19: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Baywatch are the biggest new releases in the theater this weekend.
REBOOT RECAP: The Jetsons has been confirmed by Warner Bros. for a big screen adaptation. Also, Charlie's Angels is coming back, with Elizabeth Banks directing.
STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI: Benicio Del Toro's mystery character and Laura Dern both had set pictures released this week.
UNIVERSAL'S DARK UNIVERSE: The upcoming The Mummy movie will be the first in a series of monster movies, released by Universal. Among the actors, Johnny Depp will play The Invisible Man and Javier Bardem will be Frankenstein's monster.
WAR MACHINE: The farcical war movie is out this weekend on Netflix, with Brad Pitt playing a surly officer.
GAME OF THRONES: The latest trailer showcases each side of the impending wars, all as Winter is Coming.
VEEP AND SILICON VALLEY GET NEW SEASONS: HBO renewed both of the hit comedies, however Silicon Valley will be continuing on with the departing TJ Miller.
X-MEN NEW MUTANTS: The spin-off will be released in 2018 with a different twist; it will be a horror movie.
ELLEN DEGENERES: Netflix bought the rights to her first stand up special in 15 years, for a reported $40 million!
CASTLEVANIA: The classic video game is finally coming to Netflix as an animated series.
What Sitcom would you like to see revived?; Alien Covenant; Wakefield; Ridley Scott TNT; Orville; Aquaman; Viper; Okja; Arrested Development; Roseanne; X-Men The Gifted; Witcher; The Dark Crystal; Twin Peaks
WHAT SITCOM WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE REVIVED?: In the wake of Roseanne getting another run, we ask the important question of what other series should get the same treatment.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Alien Covenant finally hits theaters and an interesting new movie called Wakefield with Bryan Cranston.
RIDLEY SCOTT TO DEVELOP FOR TNT: He is signed on to develop a block of programming, including an hour-long series and some shorter programs.
ORVILLE: Seth MacFarlane created and stars in a new spoof of Star Trek series.
NEW AQUAMAN: We get our first look at Amber Heard in her costume for the upcoming Aquaman Movie.
VIPER GETS AN ACTOR: In a swift move, Sony announces that Tom Hardy will in fact be the new Viper.
OKJA: A new Netflix movie will star Tilda Swinton and....a CGI Pig/Hippo/Dog/Monster thing.
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT:Season 5 is officially on, per Jason Bateman and this one will be a marked change from Season 4.
X-MEN SPINOFF GIFTED: A trailer was released for the upcoming X-Men television series and it's a little.....well it looks rather plain.
WITCHER SERIES: The popular Easter European book and video game series is coming to Netflix as a television series.
THE DARK CRYSTAL: One of the most exciting series in a while, Jim Henson Studios is bringing a prequel series to Netflix!
What is the greatest SNL impression ever?; Weekend Box Office: King Arthur, Snatched, Lowriders; Bladerunner 2049; Alien Convenant; Stranger Things 2; IT; Deadpool animated; Hellboy; Black Lightning; GOT meets X-Men; Jackie Chan and Sylvester Stallone
WHAT IS THE GREATEST IMPRESSION ON SNL EVER?: With Melissa McCarthy set to host SNL this weekend, we attempt to tackle a question for which there is no correct answer.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: King Arthur gets Guy Ritchie'd, Snatched w/ Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn and Lowriders.
BLADERUNNER 2049: Beautifully shot, this sequel to 1982's Bladerunner is starting to look incredible.
ALIEN COVENANT: The marketing machine for this movie has been running at full speed for months, but the time is almost upon us. The director gave some insight into why the Xenomorph features prominently.
STRANGER THINGS 2: Some hints from the set are leaking out, including details about Will and even news about Season 3.
IT: Another trailer is out and another terrifying view of Pennywise, as the kids venture into the sewer.
DEADPOOL ANIMATED SERIES: Donald Glover and his brother Stephen are bringing a 10-episode animated series of the Merc with the Mouth to FXX.
HELLBOY: It's not going to be a sequel, but it does appear Hellboy is returning to the big screen. The rumor is that David Harbour will be playing the demon.
BLACK LIGHTNING: DC is continuing to bring series to CW, with the lesser known superhero Black Lightning.
GOT MEETS X-MEN: Massie Williams is joining Sophie Turner by becoming a mutant in a new film about New Mutants. She'll be playing Wolfsbane, while Anya Taylor-Joy is playing Magik.
JACKIE CHAN and SYLVESTER STALLONE: Apparently these two have never teamed up for a movie before, bu that is about to end. It will be called Ex-Baghdad and is of course an action thriller.
What TV Series have lasted longer than they should?; Star Wars Machete modified; Weekend Box Office: GOTG 2, Chuck; The Dark Tower; The Defenders; The Housemaid's Tale; House of Cards; The Outlaw King; Godzilla vs. King Kong; Devito & Goldblum; Gears of War movie; The Happytime Murders
WHAT TV SERIES WENT ON LONGER THAN IT SHOULD HAVE? It seems to be a common occurrence. A show has a great season or two and then decides to keep pushing the show to a much longer run than needed.
STAR WARS MACHETE - MODIFIED: By now a lot of people are aware of the "Machete" method of watching Star Wars, as IV, V, II, III, VI. However, DT has come up with a whole new list.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 looks dominate and Ryan provides a spoiler-free review. Chuck also looks very interesting, telling the true origin story of Rocky.
THE DARK TOWER: We'll break down the trailer, speculate as to where it sits in relation to the books and fill you in on some Easter Eggs hidden within it.
THE DEFENDERS: All four of Marvel's Netflix superheros are in action together for the first time.
THE HANDMAID'S TALE: Set in a not-so-distant, dystopian future, this series deals with some very heavy topics. However, the acting and writing is truly phenomenal.
HOUSE OF CARDS SEASON 5: This was the precipice for our overall question today. We'll debate whether a Season 5 of House of Cards was necessary. (or 3...or 4...)
THE OUTLAW KING: Fans of historical biopics will be excited to see this story of Robert the Bruce of Scotland come to life. Chris Pine and Ben Foster are also set to star.
GODZILLA VS. KING KONG: We finally have a date and schedule for the release of the next movies, culminating in the epic showdown between these two monsters.
DEVITO & GOLDBLUM: These two legends are teaming up for a future comedy series from Amazon and we could not be more excited.
GEARS OF WAR MOVIE: The person behind writing the next 4 sequels to Avatar, will be penning the script for Gears of War. Do we need another video game movie?
THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS: Melissa McCarthy, Jim Henson Studios, Muppets, the seedy underbelly of LA and series of puppet murders. Nothing more needs to be said, except we're ready to watch.
Star Trek: Discovery; The Circle; How To Be A Latin Lover; Sleight; Star Wars IX and spinoffs; Indiana Jones 5; World War Z 2; M. Knight Shyamalan Sequel; The Great Outdoors; The Tick; Roseanne; Disney Live Action movies; The Vampire Chronicles; Madonna Biopic; Apple Music TV; Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony; Between The Cracks: The Nobodies.
STAR TREK: DISCOVERY: Development has been pushed back yet again on this bold new Stark Trek series, now without even a concrete release date. Will this series ever get made?
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREVIEW: The Circle; How To Be A Latin Lover; Sleight
STAR WARS IX and INDIANA JONES 5: Release dates were announced for these upcoming sequels this week. The question that remains is what Disney will do afterward. Are there any characters deserving of an origin story?
WORLD WAR Z 2: Zombies are still getting play in the theaters and we now have a director attached to this sequel
M. KNIGHT SHYAMALAN: This is a spoiler if you haven't seen Split, so I'll leave it at that. Don't Worry! We gave a spoiler alert and it's only a couple of minutes.
REBOOT RECAP: The Great Outdoors; The Tick; Roseanne.
DISNEY LIVE ACTION: After the success of Beauty and the Beast, Disney has big plans for live-action versions of their animated films.
THE VAMPIRE CHRONICLES: A very promising movie starring Jared Leto has reportedly been scrapped, for a reboot of the Anne Rice books/movies. The new plan: a television series.
MADONNA BIOPIC: A script is being pushed around Hollywood right now that would detail the rise of Madonna. Madonna herself however, is NOT a fan.
APPLE MUSIC TV: It seems odd that a music service would launch video series, but Apple has a lot of them in the works.
ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME: The ceremony was filmed earlier this year, but will air this weekend with performances by Pearl Jam and honors for Tupac, Prince, ELO and more.
LABRYINTH SEQUEL: The classic fantasy film from George Lucas and Jim Henson is getting a sequel, over 30 years after the original. Good idea, or bad?
BETWEEN THE CRACKS: THE NOBODIES: This new series on TV LAND is full of star power and is pretty damn hilarious.
The Fast and the Furious spin-off; The Lost City of Z; Free Fire; Phoenix Forgotten; Captain Marve; Cloak and Dagger; Aladdin; Fahrenheit 451; Carmen Sandiego; Girlboss; The Keepers; Bloodline; Adam Sandler; Labyrinth; X-Files
THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS SPIN-OFF: After eight total movies, plans are now in the works for a spin-off of the Fast and the Furious franchise. Is this one spin-off too many, or something you're excited for?
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREVIEW: The Lost City of Z; Free Fire; Phoenix Forgotten.
CAPTAIN MARVEL: After months of speculation, the director(s) for the new Captain Marvel movie have been chosen and they are surprising. Also, we'll detail a little more about this all-powerful Marvel character.
CLOAK AND DAGGER: Marvel continues their expansion on the television side with a new trailer for Cloak and Dagger. How this will tie-in is a little unclear, but this one is definitely targeted towards teens.
DISNEY LIVE ACTION MOVIES: Yet another Disney movie is getting the live-action treatment, this time it's Aladdin. Will Smith is currently in talks to play the Genie, but is he the best candidate?
FAHRANHEIT 451: The classic dystopian novel from Ray Bradbury is getting a new HBO Television movie. Michael B. Jordan is the being touted as the lead.
CARMEN SAN DIEGO: Netflix is bringing another 80s series back to life, with Carmen Sandiego. This version is being called a “fresh take” on the series.
GIRLBOSS: Britt Robertson stars in this series based on the book by Sophia Amoruso. It may not be for all audiences, but it is well done.
THE KEEPERS: If you liked Making a Murderer, you will definitely be interested in this new doc series, detailing the death of a nun in 1960s Baltimore.
BLOODLINE SEASON 3: The Rayburn family is coming back for a final season, which means it's a good time to binge-watch the previous episodes, if you haven't already.
ADAM SANDLER: Netflix unveiled some mind-boggling statistics, regarding subscriber habits and Sandler movies. The result: 4 more movies.
LABRYINTH SEQUEL: The classic fantasy film from George Lucas and Jim Henson is getting a sequel, over 30 years after the original. Good idea, or bad?
X-FILES: The whole gang is back! Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny and show creator Chris Carter will be back on screens later this year.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer breakdown; The Fate of the Furious; The Lost City of Z; Thor Ragnarok; Deadpool; Aquaman; Fantastic Beasts; The Mist; Charlie Murphy; Atomic Blonde; Transformers: The Last Knight; Dear White People; 13 Reasons Why; Mystery Science Theater 3000; Better Call Saul
Cinematic Universes; Weekend Box Office: Smurfs: The Lost Village, Going In Style, Colossal; The Defenders and Jessica Jones Season 2; The New Warriors; The Mummy; Star Wars VIII; Dick Cheney Movie; All Eyez on Me; Don Rickles; Call of Duty; Between The Cracks: The Battered Bastards Of Baseball
Batgirl; Ghost in the Shell; The Boss Baby; Stephen King; IT; Dark Tower; Star Trek: Discovery; War of the Planet of the Apes; Spider-Man: Homecoming; Venom; Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets; Game of Thrones; True Detective; Curb Your Enthusiasm; Silicon Valley; Billy Eichner to American Horror Story; Oscar changes; Iron-Fist.
Han Solo isn't Han Solo; Weekend Box Office: CHiPs, Life, Power Rangers, Wilson; Matrix update; Justice League; Rotten Tomatoes rant; GOTG 2; Black Cat and Silver Sable; Death Note; Fargo Season 3; Megan Leavey; The Lower Files; Between The Cracks: The Grinder
Beauty and the Beast; Trainspotting 2; The Belko Experiment; The Devil's Candy; GOTG 3; Wonder Woman origins; Venom movie; The Matrix reboot; The Fly reboot; American Gods; Netflix rating; SNL is killing it; Iron-Fist; Master of None
Kong: Skull Island; Raw; My Scientology Movie; Thor: Ragnarok; Star Trek: Discovery; Deadpool 2; Late Shift; Jurassic World 2; Geostorm; Looney Tunes; The Little Mermaid
Logan; Before I Fall; Kong Skull Island; Guardians of the Galaxy 2; Alien Covenant; Tron 3; Bright; War Machine; Louis CK; The Irishman; Legion.
Get Out; Collide; Rock Dog; Han Solo picture; Academy Awards predictions; Batman director and Nightwing movie; GOT meets Inhumans and Predator; Alien Covenant; Castle Rock series; The Discovery; Between The Cracks: Schitt$ Creek.
The Last Jedi explained; Weekend Box Office: The Great Wall, A Cure For Wellness, Fist Fight; More seasons of Stranger Things; Amazon Electric Dreams; Coen Brothers Scarface; Planet of the Apps; Batman & Suicide Squad; Castlevania; The Expanse
Weekend Box Office: Lego Batman, John Wick, Fifty Shades Darker; Stranger Things season 2; Iron Fist; Bill Nye; Baywatch; Ghost in the Shell; Han Solo; The Circle; The Lost City of Z; Lara Croft
Weekend Box Office: Rings, The Space Between Us; Scarface remake; Dune reboot; Aquaman casting; Batman solo movie; Legion; Dr. Who; Millie Bobbie Brown; The Young Pope; Between The Cracks: Hunt for the Wilderpeople; Super Bowl
The Last Jedi meaning; Weekend Box Office: Resident Evil; Gold; I Am Michael; LA LA Land Oscar roundup; The Flash Movie; X-Men on TV; Rampage video game movie; Apocalypse Now video game; The Man In The High Castle; I Am Not A Serial Killer
Logan trailer; Weekend Box Office: XXX: The Return of Xander Cage; The Founder; Split; Star Trek Update; Seinfeld to Netflix; Snatch TV Series; Will and Grace returns; The Power Rangers new movie; The Rock as Black Adam; Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2.
Weekend Box Office: Patriot's Day; Sleepless; Silence; Live By Night; Avengers: Infinity Wars casting news; Better Call Saul teaser; Arrested Development Season 5; Han Solo; CHiPs; Predator; Apple Original TV; 2017 movie preview