Unveiled by Nikola Tesla in 1923, the automatic intelligence known as Atomic Robo received full United States citizenship after completing a top-secret mission predating America’s entry into World War II. After the war, Robo founded Tesladyne, a world-renowned think tank entrusted to stand against the kind of threats that only his unique take on science, action, and Conan the Barbarian can help with.
As one of the preeminent scientific minds of this, the past, and the further past, Robo has encountered many strange sights and people in his days, some friendly, and some evil. His very first adventures led him to fight along side his father, Tesla, as well as the vigilante Jack Tarot (Whose never letting Robo anywhere NEAR his daughter again) to combat the nefarious exploits of Thomas Edison, who would later return in spectral form to harass him. In the 40s upon entering the war, he encountered the British super spy Sparrow, working along side her to end the nefarious threat of the Nazi super scientist Baron Heinrich von Helsingard. In the present day, he’s been confounded by the sociopath artificial intelligence Alan, along with the ever unpredictable Dr. Dinosaur, while working alongside the new Sparrow, the son of his old…well friend is too strong a word really.
Now, nearing his hundredth birthday,with his head of security and violence specialist Jenkins, the ever capable action scientist Ada, the kind of capable action scientist Bernard and the never reliable Louis and Martin (he owes their families favors), Robo finds that many of the major events of his life may be connected. As Robo investigates, he’ll discover things about his past he’s forgotten, scientific impossibilities made possible, enemies he never knew he had, and get to meet Neil Degrasse Tyson. It will take all of his allies from the beginning of his life to what could be the end to prevent something so catastrophic that it would spell doom for the entire world.
Oh and there’s vampires too.
Written by Drew Goddard and Directed by Joss Whedon
Neil Patrick Harris as the voice of Atomic Robo
David Hyde Pierce As Nikola Tesla
Jason Statham as Jenkins
Simon Pegg as Bernard
Natalie Dormer as Ada
Stephen Colbert and Steve Carrell as Martin and Louis
Michael Fassbender as Jack Tarot
Bryan Cranston as Thomas Edison (And his Ghost)
Hayley Atwell As Sparrow
Christopher Waltz as Helsingard
David Tennant as Sparrow
Martin Freeman as Alan
Paul Giamatti as the voice of Dr. Dinosaur
Neil Degrasse Tyson as Neil Degrasse Tyson
Written and Directed by George Miller A Psychofish Films Production
The Cast (listed alphabetically)
Jeremy Bulloch as Boba Fett Daniel Craig as James Bond Willem Dafoe as The Green Goblin Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones Tom Hiddleston as Loki Samuel L Jackson as Mace Windu Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft Michael Keaton as Batman Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen Heath Ledger as The Joker Keanu Reeves as Neo Paul Rudd as Ant-Man Arnold Schwarzenegger as Ben Richards Charlize Theron as Ravenna Bruce Willis as John McClane
After a chance meeting in an interdimensional bar, Loki and Ravenna decide to use their combined magic to rule the world. The only question is: which world? To help them decide, they gather 10 heroes from across the multiverse to compete in a contest to the death. The last person standing gets to live in a world ruled by Loki and Ravenna. The others' worlds will be destroyed. And the heroes will have to face more than just one another. Our villains have also grabbed three henchmen to hunt them down: Boba Fett, the Green Goblin, and the Joker. Game on.
After surviving a suicide attempt when she was 14 years old, Lauren Gustafson (Natalie Portman) refocused her life and is now head of an elite FBI task force. Aided by the advice of her stepfather, legendary former LAPD detective Vincent Hanna (Al Pacino circa 1996) Lauren and the rest of her team (Kristen Bell, Allison Tolman, Robert Redford circa 1973, Steve McQueen circa 1965, Ali Larter and Leonardo DiCaprio) now face the toughest test of their careers.
Lorenzo Jackson (Denzel Washington circa 2001) and his wife Sarah (Hayden Panettiere) are as brilliant as they are ruthless. They and their team (Paul Newman circa 1973, Billy Bob Thornton, Jeremy Renner, Bokeem Woodbine, and Amy Acker) have perfectly executed a string of high profile robberies, leaving devastation all across the East Coast. They now look to take down the biggest score of their lives.
Written and Directed by Michael Mann (The legendary director behind Miami Vice, Manhunter, Heat, The Insider and Collateral)
The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, witch
When a scatterbrained Satanist nun goofs up a baby-switching scheme and delivers the infant Antichrist to the wrong couple, it's just the beginning of the comic errors in the divine plan for Armageddon. Aziraphale, an angel who doubles as a rare-book dealer, and Crowley, a demon friend who's assigned to the same territory, like life on Earth too much to allow the long-planned war between Heaven and Hell to happen.
They set out to find the Antichrist and avert Armageddon, on the way encountering the last living descendant of Agnes Nutter, Anathema, who's been deciphering accurate prophecies of the world's doom but is unaware she's living in the same town as the Antichrist, now a thoroughly human and normal 11-year-old named Adam. As the appointed day and hour approach, Aziraphale and Crowley blunder through seas of fire and rains of fish, and come across a misguided witch hunter, a middle-aged fortune teller and the Four Horsepersons of the Apocalypse. It's up to Adam in the end. Will his humanity prevail over the Divine Plan and earthly bungling?
Director: Alan Rickman Cinematographer: Arthur Miller
Aziraphale - Bill Nighy Crowley - Mark Strong War - Christina Hemdricks Famine - Mark Gatiss Death - Idris Elba Pollution - Aaron Taylor-Johnson Newton Pulcifer (witchfinder Private)- Matt Smith Hastur, a Duke of Hell- Christopher Eccleston Ligur, a Duke of Hell -Andy Serkis Anathema Device - Sophie Cookson Thou-Shalt-Not-Commit-Adultery Pulsifer (Witchfinder)- Jim Broadbent Agnes Nutter- Maggie Smith Adam- Benedict Cumberbatch (thru digital wizardry)
Synopsis: Captain Donald Cragen (Russell Crowe) sends Detectives Olivia Benson (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Elliot Stabler (Matt Damon) to investigate the rape of a well known socialite (Shailene Woodley). As they track down a possible witness (Olivia Munn) They meet up with Lennie Briscoe (Matthew McConaughey) and Ed Green (Ice Cube) who have just arrived to investigate a murder that happens to be their witness.
As the investigation continues, the two sides stumble onto a political conspiracy involving a renown crime boss (Morgan Freeman) and the rape victim's husband (Joseph Gordon Levitt) and disagree whether The Husband or the Crime Boss are responsible.
District Attorneys Jack McCoy (Tom Hanks) and Jamie Ross (Emma Stone) are tasked with charging two of the Crime Boss' top lieutenants, (Paul Wight & Hugh Laurie) with the crimes while Judge Alan Berman (George Clooney) deals with the Defense Attorney (Edward Norton) who he is rumored to be up against as the Governor looks to appoint a new Attorney General.
Tango and Cash 2: Let's Dance
Produced by Fred Solomon Written by Quentin Tarantino Directed by Robert Rodriguez
Set one year after the original, LAPD detectives Ray Tango and Gabe Cash (Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell) are teamed up with an FBI agent (The Rock) as they battle two sadistic brothers (Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper) and their henchmen in a Running Man/Die Hard with a Vengeance-type game/maze.
Cast: Ray Tango: Sylvester Stallone Gabe Cash: Kurt Russell Django Johnson: The Rock John Perret: Christopher Walken Jack Perret: Dennis Hopper Police Captain: Harvey Keitel Katherine Tango-Cash: Teri Hatcher
Introducing The Henchmen: Antonio Banderas Danny Trejo Batista Steve Austin Goldberg Mr. T Hulk Hogan Andre the Giant
ThunderCats follows the adventures of the eponymous team of heroes, catlike humanoid aliens on a planet called Third Earth. The series plot begins with the dying planet Thundera meeting its end, forcing the ThunderCats to flee their homeworld. The fleet is attacked by the Thundereans' enemies, the Mutants of Plun-Darr, who destroy most of the starships in the "ThunderFleet," but spare the flagship hoping to capture the legendary mystic Sword of Omens they believe is on board. The sword holds the Eye of Thundera, the source of the ThunderCats' power, which is embedded in the hilt. Though the Mutants damage the flagship, the power of the Eye drives them back. The damage to the ship means the journey to their original destination is not possible, instead having to journey to "Third Earth"; which will take much longer than they had anticipated. The eldest of the ThunderCats, Jaga, volunteers to pilot the ship while the others sleep in capsules; however, he dies of old age in the process, but not before ensuring they will reach their destination safely. The flagship contains the young Lord of the ThunderCats, Lion-O, as well as the ThunderCats Cheetara, Panthro, Tygra, WilyKit and WilyKat, and Snarf.
When the ThunderCats awake from their suspended animation on Third Earth, Lion-O discovers that his suspension capsule has slowed, rather than stopped, his aging, and he is now a child in the body of an adult. Together, the ThunderCats and the friendly natives of Third Earth construct the "Cat's Lair," their new home and headquarters, but before long, the Mutants have tracked them down to Third Earth. The intrusion of these two alien races upon the world does not go unnoticed, however, as a demonic, mummified sorcerer calling himself Mumm-Ra recruits the Mutants to aid him in his campaign to acquire the Eye of Thundera and destroy the ThunderCats so that his evil may continue to hold sway over Third Earth
starring: Channing Tatum as Lion-O Bradley Cooper as Tygra Scarlett Johansson as Cheetarah Vin Diesel as Panthro Chloe Grace Moretz as WilyKit Phil Parsons as WilyKat Sean Connery as Jaga Stephen Lang as Lynx-O Olivia Wilde as Pumyra Tom Hardy as Slyhte
with Sir Anthony Hopkins and Brock Lesnar as Mum-Ra
and Peter Dinklage as Snarf
Written by George R.R. Martin & Directed by James Cameron
Mutantkind has been devastated after sixteen million mutants were killed at Genosha. And then The Scarlet Witch added to the devastation by depowering almost every remaining mutant leaving less than 500 powered mutants. It has been years since a new mutant has evolved until now. In an isolated village in Alaska, mutantkind has a new hope. But the X-Men aren't the only ones who become aware of this first new mutant in years. The Purifiers who want to exterminate mutants once and for all know as well. As does time-traveler Bishop who knows more about this new mutant than he's letting on. While multiple groups converge on Alaska and finding this newborn, the X-Men take another hit when Rogue is kidnapped by the Marauders for unknown reasons and what's the link there to this new mutant. Cyclops has so much on his plate, but he's got the people he can trust working on everything as he sends Cable, Wolverine, Storm & X-23 after the baby to protect her. He sends Gambit to infiltrate the Marauders and save Rogue and he's got his White Queen Emma Frost at his side to help. But is it enough to hold back The Purifiers, The Marauders, The Reavers, The Acolytes, and the other wild cards that are all converging on this innocent newborn. Only time will tell if the X-Men have found their new Messiah and here is the first part of a new epic trilogy in the X-Men Universe.
X-Men: Messiah Complex
A Vendetta Productions Film
Directed by James Gunn with a screenplay written by Jed Whedon
Starring: Ryan Gosling as Scott Summers/Cyclops Sarah Michelle Gellar as Emma Frost/White Queen Ron Perlman as Nathan Summers/Cable Karl Urban as James Howlett/Wolverine Kerry Washington as Ororo Munroe/Storm Daisy Ridley as Laura Kinney/X-23 Lauren Cohan as Anna Marie/Rogue and Josh Holloway as Remy LeBeau/Gambit
Michael B. Jordan as Lucas Bishop
Tatiana Maslany as Raven Darkholme/Mystique Peter Capaldi as Colonel William Stryker