Disney is following the formula that made "The Mandalorian" with a new Disney+ animated show that follows mercenaries with Dave Filoni as the executive producer. A spin-off of "The Clone Wars," "Bad Batch" will follow a group of mercenaries who are genetically different from the Clone Army which were introduced on that show. The Disney press release states this "Bad Batch" have a special skill that make them deadly. Read the official announcement.
Netflix is killing it with diverse programming featuring leads from all backgrounds. Their latest, "The Claudia Kishi Club" stars an Asian American woman from an adaptation the best-selling Baby-Sitters Club books. The new trailer shows the influence the first positive Asian American had on grown adults. The film starts streaming July 10.
The fear of death is catchy this new trailer, SHE DIES TOMORROW. Paranoia of dying infects a group of friends in this new preview. Movie is opening in drive-ins first on July 31, and On Demand August 7.
A hybrid of live-action and CGI, Disney's THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN not only looks amazing but the viewing may require tissues. In an adaptation of Katherine Applegate’s bestselling book, a circus gorilla named Ivan longs to live in the wild after meeting a baby elephant named Ruby. Bryan Cranston stars as the human who raised Ivan voiced by Sam Rockwell.Angelina Jolie, Helen Mirren and Danny DeVito lend their voices for the other animals.
If "The Boys" season one wasn't insane enough, the sophomore outing is going to be even more bonkers judging by the new teaser trailer. A new poster was also released which reinforces the trailer - the Boys are now wanted men.
Amazon Prime Video and Diego Luna are serving up some delicious dishes and hard hitting discussions for "Pan y Circo," a new series created by Diego Luna through his production company with bestie Gael García Bernal. He invites his celebrity friends like Bernal to dinner prepared by renowned Mexican chefs. Dinner topics will include politics, activism and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kevin Hart pairs up with an unlikely cohort in DIE HART, a new Quibi series that riffs on the DIE HARD title. Watch the new trailer with Kevin Hart playing a fictionalized version of himself starring opposite John Travolta.
David Ayer returns to the thug life on the streets of Los Angeles in a new movie, TAX COLLECTOR starring Shia LaBeouf as "Creeper." Watch the new trailer and poster for the movie hitting theaters, On Demand and Digital August 7.
Matthew Vaughn returns to direct the third installment of THE KING'S MAN with an all new cast. The King’s Men origin story stars Ralph Fiennes in a role that gives us deja vu from his time as a spy in the 1998's THE AVENGERS. We also get a first glimpse of his costarsGemma Arterton, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Daniel Brühl and Djimon Hounsou. Watch the new trailer.
Amazon Prime Video will be premiering season 2 of “The Boys” Friday, September 4 with the first three episodes. The official announcement calls the return of the superhero satire “f***ing diabolical.” Amazon kicked off the news with the cast coming together for a virtual event, hosted by Patton Oswalt, a guest star in the new season.
Gerard Butler loves his disaster films, and his latest movie GREENLAND makes him the hero once again. Butler and Morena Baccarin star in GREENLAND as a couple escaping death by comet as the world ends. Watch the new trailer.
Robert DeNiro's Tribeca Enterprise is taking the show on the road with its Tribeca Drive-In Series partnering with IMAX and AT&T for pop up drive-ins. Movie theaters may be opening in July but confidence in watching movies in an auditorium remains low in a COVID-19 environment. Drive-ins is the perfect solution, and Tribeca Enterprises announced a curated program will roll out in Los Angeles, New York, Arlington (Texas), Miami, Seattle and suburbs of New York. The program starts July 1st and a percentage of proceeds from ticket sales will go to Black Lives Matter.
George Lopez is bringing his comedy to Netflix in his first comedy special premiering June 30. Lopez as usual will tackle Latinx culture in America, past and present, immigration, his relatives and more.
The filmed version of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” from Lin-Manuel Miranda will be available for the world to see on Disney+ July 3rd. For many of us (like myself) who have not had the pleasure of seeing it live, “Hamilton” the movie version will certainly be a thrill to watch judging from the trailer which brings the stage musical to life on film. Watch the trailer.
Demon-fighting nuns with supernatural kick-ass skills sounds like a cheesy plot in Netflix's new original series, "Warrior Nun," but given it stars mostly women - it may be worth the watch. The new series premieres July 2, and the tale vs. evil action show is based on the Ben Dunn comic book series.
Voter suppression is a hot button issue right now, and Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker Liz Garbus and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lisa Cortés tackle the subject in an Untitled Voting Rights documentary featuring former Alabama gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams which Amazon Studios has acquired. The announcement doesn’t reveal whether the documentary will stream before the 2020 primaries in November but that it will be this year. See the official press release.
Ron Howard is the best dad in the eyes of his daughter Bryce Dallas Howard so she’s honoring dads in a new Apple TV+ documentary. She features her dad Ron, as well as other celebrity dads and regular fathers. Watch the new trailer and poster.
As movie theaters set to reopen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic at half-capacity or with no restrictions at all in places like Georgia, the summer blockbusters are revving to go but Warner Bros. has decided to move WONDER WOMAN 1984 from August to October. Warner Bros.' other high-profile movie TENET, directed by Christopher Nolan, was pushed back two weeks to July 31st. BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC, on the other hand, moved up their release two weeks to August 14, the date left open by the WONDER WOMAN sequel change. Here's how your summer movie options are shaping up to look like.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter visit themselves in the future, and find two really buff guys in the first teaser trailer for BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. The new trailer and poster arrive in honor of Bill & Ted Day.
Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried star in the psychological thriller, YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT. The new trailer is certainly a scary one with shadows providing most of the fright, and the writer/director behind the lens gives us hope it'll be a good one. Watch the new trailer and check out the new poster.
In the wake of George Floyd's death and the Black Lives Matter protests, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell finally acknowledged the movement that inspired taking a knee at football games. However, the controversial issue of using Native Indian slur as a team name has not been addressed. A new documentary currently in production tackles the subject matter. While the documentary is still in production, the filmmakers have released a trailer as the discussion of racial inequalities ramps up. Watch the trailer and read full announcement.
Bella Thorne's new movie INFAMOUS will be getting a movie theater release June 12, not in the traditional sense but a drive-in movie theater roll out. Scroll to the bottom for the locations across the United States.
Mel Gibson stars in a new movie alongside Kate Bosworth, Emile Hirsch and David Zayas in FORCE OF NATURE coming to On Demand, Digital and on Blu-ray™ or DVD June 30. The action thriller is set against a Category 5 hurricane. Watch the trailer and check out the new poster.