I’ve liked the two previous Wolverine stand-alone movies, but still won’t pretend either were as great as the first two X-Men movies, or Deadpool for that matter. On that note, though, nice to see the R-rated violence amped up courtesy that movie’s success. Third time for Wolvie? So far, charmed.
Stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Kurt Russell, Dave Bautista, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, and the voices of Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel.
Also, check out this wicked awesome poster:
So punk rock, it could make Johnny Ramone cry.
Documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man) explores the world’s active volcanoes.
Premieres later this month on Netflix.
A film about Christine Chubbuck (Rebecca Hall, The Town), the mentally unstable Florida reporter who in 1974, after a series of personal and professional setbacks, committed suicide live on air. Also stars Michael C. Hall (Dexter).
A new series based on the books by Douglas Adams about a private detective who investigates supernatural events. Stars Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings) and Samuel Barnett (Penny Dreadful). Created by Max Landis (Chronicle), and directed by Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest).
Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.
Based on a true case from UK courts in 2000.
A film about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Stars Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Bacon, Michelle Monaghan, J.K. Simmons, John Goodman. Directed by Peter Berg (Lone Survivor, Deepwater Horizon).
The sheriff (Patrick Wilson) of a small border town brings down a heap of trouble on his community when he confiscates a shipment of weapons being shipped in by Mexican cartels. Also stars Ian McShane, Lynn Collins, John Leguizamo, Jim Belushi. Directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego (Apollo 18).
A documentary about actor Stephen Lang (Avatar, Tombstone) and his one-man show which tells the stories of eight Medal of Honor recipients from WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
Opens in select theaters in October.
Denzel Washington directs and stars in this adaptation of August Wilson’s play about a working-class black family in 1950s Pittsburgh. Washington and Viola Davis reprise their Tony Award-winning lead roles, and Mykelti Williamson (Forrest Gump) co-stars.