The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for July 20, 2018
Coming this fall to DC’s new streaming service, Titans. Our most violent DC Comics-based television project yet. Curious about the pricing of the new service, take a look at the breakdown. Monthly, annual subscriptions, they’re all there!
Hyundai unveiled an Iron Man SUV at Comic-Con last night. The truck has an Iron Man mask motif on its roof along with Stark Industry decals on the doors. The SUV has custom wheels with the Iron Man mask on the center of the rims. The SUV will be available starting in 2019
This year marks the 10th anniversary since the debut of Breaking Bad. As the iconic show celebrates an iconic milestone, it’s spinoff program Better Call Saul, with it’s upcoming 4th season, looks to officially link the shows. Check out the new trailer above.
The first season wasn’t the easiest Marvel Comics program to watch, but the cast & crew seem very excited for season 2. Check out the trailer for the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Iron Fist on Nextflix, due September 7:
NEW MOVIES ready for you to enjoy this weekend:
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (PG-13)
Movie, based on the music of ABBA, opens exactly a decade after “Mamma Mia!” stormed the box office in late July 2008. The A-list stars who appeared in the first film reprise their role in the sequel (in some fashion, at least), include Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Julie Walters, many others.
The Equalizer 2 (-R-)
Denzel Washington returns in the title role, and sequel follows his character as he fends off highly trained assassins determined to end his career — and his life. (PROJECTION: $25M+).
Unfriended: Dark Web (-R-)
Horror thriller follows a twenty-something who finds a cache of hidden files on his new laptop. He soon realizes that the former owners of his computer will do anything to get the laptop back. (PROJECTION: $6M).
Fans of the Star Wars animated universe will love the announcement above. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is being revived!
Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman says Andrew Lincoln, aka Rick Grimes, will most likely be leaving the show sooner rather than later. “It’s looking that way. It does make the differences between the comic and the show more pronounced, but at the end of the day, it’s all about Andrew Lincoln. This is a human being. This is someone I have known for almost a decade, somebody that I love. He’s been sweating (on set) in Georgia, away from his family, for so long. He cares about the fans. He cares about the show deeply. He wants to do something special on the way out. We have something amazing planned.”
Pauley Perrette was finally replaced, months after quitting NCIS due to a series of feuds with the cast and crew. CBS announced recurring star Diona Reasonover would be taking Perrette’s place on the hit series. Perrette announced her departure from the show late last year after 15-years. Then back in May she tweeted she’d suffered “multiple assaults” on the set of the series.