(Photo by Zade Rosenthal/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)All Jeremy Renner Movies RankedJeremy Renner got his worst movie out of the way early with National Lampoon s Senior Trip, his feature debut which notched an impressive 0% in 1995. Renner essentially vanished from the big screen for years, notably returning in 2002 as the title Jeffrey in the Dahmer biopic. Obviously, this was going to be one dynamic, unpredictable movie career.He s since done well in Certified Fresh efforts like Arrival, The Town, and The Hurt Locker which got him a Best Actor Oscar nom. Renner was also for a time the guy you apparently hired when you re trying to figure out how to extend the life of your franchise. Think Bourne Legacy, which he starred in before Matt Damon decided to return to the spy series. Or how about Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol, where he was obviously being groomed to take over for Ethan Hunt, until Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie decided to throw the series into overdrive with Rogue Nation and Fallout.Even his Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has had a strange trajectory, like an arrow curving around in the wind. It started with an odd cameo in Thor, being brainwashed in the first Avengers, and becoming quip-master general in Age of Ultron. And in case you thought he was under-appreciated, his absence from Infinity War led to half the life in the universe whipped to dust. Of course, everything got all wrapped up in Endgame, so now we re ranking the best Jeremy Renner movies (and the worst) by Tomatometer!
m will play White Boy Rick on BMF, the 50 Cent-produced fact-based Starz drama. Detroit rapper Eminem will play Rick, a teenage FBI informant who was in a gang and was in prison until last year. (The Wrap)British comedian Lenny Henry, already starring in Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series, will co-star with lead Michelle Yeoh in The Witcher prequel Blood Origin. (Deadline)GLOW star Betty Gilpin is reuniting with GLOW co-star Alison Brie and series creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch on Roar, an adaptation of author Cecelia Ahern’s short story book of the same name that also stars Cynthia Erivo and Merritt Wever. Gilpin will play a woman whose husband thinks she is so beautiful he builds her a shelf to sit on in their house. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Field of Dreams, the TV Series, Ordered by Peacock from Michael Schur(Photo by (c) Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)Peacock announced a straight-to-series order for Field of Dreams, an adaptation of the classic Kevin Costner movie, written and executive produced by baseball superfan Michael Schur. The movie’s producer, Lawrence Gordon, will also be an executive producer on the project, which will “reimagine the mixture of family, baseball, Iowa, and magic that makes the movie so enduring and beloved.” The series comes on the heels of the Major League Baseball Field of Dreams game between the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox on August 12.The Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has signed an overall deal to create, write, and produce scripted content for Netflix. Hissrich, whose second season of The Witcher will premiere on Netflix on December 17, is also an executive producer on the live-action prequel series The Witcher: Blood Origin and on the anime series The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.Back to the drawing board – and a lineup of additional guest hosts. Nine days after Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards’ hiring as the talk show’s new host shocked most viewers, he resigned from the hosting gig after The Ringer writer Claire McNear (the author of the fantastic Jeopardy! book Answers in the Form of Questions) wrote about a trove of 2013-14 podcasts in which Richards, then a producer on The Price Is Right, made sexist, offensive comments about women, Asians, Jewish people, and developmentally disabled people. After he apologized, and took the podcasts offline, fans and various rights organizations demanded further investigation by Jeopardy! producer Sony. On Friday, Richards resigned the host position, though was still, at the time, the show’s EP.The recent 100th birthday of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry is the occasion for a biopic about him, produced by his Roddenberry Entertainment. Emmy winner Adam Mazer, who wrote the 2010 HBO Jack Kevorkian movie You Don’t Know Jack, starring Al Pacino, wrote the script, and Deadline reports casting and the search for a director is up next. Roddenberry, who was also a WWII combat pilot, a member of the LAPD, and the first TV writer to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, died in 1991. (Deadline)If MTV’s gonna make up an award, there are few bands more deserving than the Foo Fighters. The Dave Grohl-fronted group will receive the inaugural Global Icon Award at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12.Oscar-nominated Hong Kong director Derek Tsang (Better Days) is the first director signed on for Netflix’s sci-fi epic Three-Body Problem. The first post-Game of Thrones series with David Benioff and Dan Weiss as showrunners, the series is based on Chinese author Liu Cixin’s trilogy of the same name, about when humans confirm the existence of alien life, and prepare for the unfriendly beings to arrive from their world. (THR)The Academy of Country Music Awards will move from CBS to Amazon. In 2022, Prime Video will begin streaming the annual awards show.With Interview with the Vampire already in the works for 2022 – with Australian actor Sam Reid (The Astronaut Wives Club) cast as Lestat – AMC is now developing another of Anne Rice’s works as a possible series. The network has opened a writers room for Lives of the Mayfair Witches, based on Rice’s three-book story of the same name. Masters of Sexproducers Esta Spaulding and Michelle Ashford will be writers and executive producers, with Spaulding as the showrunner, if the show is picked up to series. Last year, AMC acquired the rights to Rice’s works, encompassing 18 titles, including the Vampire Chronicles and Mayfair Witches series.HBO Max has ordered Fionna and Cake, a spin-off of Cartoon Network’s beloved Adventure Time that focuses on sword-carrying Fionna and her talking cat and BFF Cake, as they “embark on a multiverse-hopping adventure and journey of self-discovery … while a powerful new antagonist, determined to track them down and erase them from existence, lurks in the shadows.”The book that inspired Oscar Best Picture winner The English Patient is now becoming a drama series for the BBC. The series is not an adaptation of the movie. Instead it’s a “new interpretation of author Michael Ondaatje’s 1992 novel set in World War II. Either way, bet Elaine Benes would still hate it. (Deadline)Paramount+ is in production on a second season of The Real World Homecoming, this time gathering together the cast from the second ever season of the show, set in Los Angeles in 1993, Realityblurred.com reports. Everyone, according to the site, is scheduled to return, except then-business student Aaron Behle, and Irish music journalist Dominic Griffin, who may make a guest appearance. David Edwards, Tami Roman, Beth Stolarczyk, Irene Berrera-Kearns, Jon Brennan, Glen Naessens, and Beth Anthony are expected to return for Homecoming. (Reality Blurred)Lifetime has ordered Flowers in the Attic: The Origin, a limited series prequel to the creepy V.C. Andrews classic Flowers in the Attic. The series will be based on Garden of Shadows, a novel written by Andrew Neiderman. The story unfolds as “headstrong and determined Olivia Winfield (Jemima Rooper) is working alongside her beloved father (Harry Hamlin) when she finds herself unexpectedly wooed by one of the nation’s most eligible bachelors, Malcolm Foxworth (Max Irons). A whirlwind romance leads to Olivia and Malcolm married, to her discovery of his dark side, and to her inevitable — and notorious — decision to lock her grandchildren in the attic.” Also starring: Kate Mulgrew, Kelsey Grammer, Paul Wesley, Alana Boden, Hannah Dodd, T’Shan Williams, and Callum Kerr.The Daily Show alum Wyatt Cenac, who was also a writer on King of the Hill, has signed an overall deal with Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios to create new animated series for kids, adults, and families, as well as assist on other animated projects being developed at the two studios.Nestflix Compiles TV and Movies Best Fake TV and Movies(Photo by Nestflix)Netflix, meet Nestflix, a wonderfully clever and fun parody site that catalogs (with clips and photos) the fake TV shows and movies featured in real TV shows and movies. The Rural Juror from 30 Rock? It’s there. Mac C.H.E.E.S.E. from Friends? Got it. Sunrise Bay from Schitt’s Creek? Of course. It’s the best new way to procrastinate in your day, organized by genre.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
tar in the film as the central hero, Nathan Drake, and it officially went into production in early 2020. It lands here after several shifts in the release schedule; let s hope it stays here. Ambulance (2022) Directed by: Michael BayStarring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza Gonzalez, Garret DillahuntOpening on: February 18, 2022Michael Bay tones down his blockbuster tendencies just a bit (presumably) for this smaller-scale thriller about a pair of thieves who unknowingly rob an ambulance carrying a paramedic and a patient in critical condition. This remake of a Danish film has been in development since 2015, but filming finally got underway in January of 2021.
mics character — set to debut after the network’s winter break. 2020 will also see the debut of Stargirl on DC Universe, the return of Doom Patrol, and one or two more surprises.But looking at the upcoming Fall season, there’s still plenty to keep us busy. The Arrowverse will be facing the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover while Riverdale forecasts a world without Jughead. It is a time of Walkers, Titans, and a couple of new women making their mark on the Comics on TV landscape. So let’s take a look at what the 2019 fall season has to offer. And as we did last year, we’ll offer some comic book recommendations with thematic or direct ties to each show.Titans: Season 2 (2019) 81% Returns: September 6 on DC UniverseWhat to Expect: Once Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) breaks free of Trigon’s (Seamus Dever) grasp, he will reopen Titans Tower and reestablish the team with Rachel (Teagan Croft), Kori (Anna Diop), Gar (Ryan Potter), Jason (Curran Walters), and Donna (Conor Leslie). Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly) may also join the new team, but their status is a little more up in the air following their fight with the Nuclear Family. Meanwhile, Deathstroke’s (Esai Morales) children Jericho (Chella Man) and Rose (Chelsea Zhang) escape from his grasp to train with the Titans. It is a move fraught with danger as the legendary assassin is the reason Dick ended the team five year ago. What any of this has to do with the Superboy (Joshua Orpin) who escaped from Cadmus is anyone’s guess.Suggested Reading: The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract by Marv Wolfman, George Perez, Ernie Colon, and Adrienne Roy () % Debuts: September 25 on ABCWhat to Expect: Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders) is a walking trainwreck. She’s not over what happened in Afghanistan, and she’s not all that great at keeping a job. But her actual skill set makes her the perfect private investigator for the greater Portland, Oregon, area. When not on a case, she also makes sure her brother Ansel (Cole Sibus) has a roof over his head and gets to his job at her pal Grey’s (Jake Johnson) new bar. Things may finally turn around for Dex, but her old war wounds may need to bleed a little bit more before they can heal.Suggested Reading: Stumptown Vol. 1 by Greg Rucka, Matthew Southworth, and Lee Loughridge.Batwoman: Season 1 (2019) 80% Debuts: October 6 on The CWWhat to Expect: Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) returns to Gotham City when she learns her ex-girlfriend Sophie (Meagan Tandy) has been abducted by a new gang themed after Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It is not an easy return as she and her father (Dougray Scott) are not on the best of terms and she can barely tolerate his wife, Catherine (Elizabeth Anweis). But as Bruce Wayne’s only living relative, Kate has strong ties to the city and even to Wayne Tower itself, where she may find the tools to remind Gotham that it is defended.Suggested Reading: Batwoman: Elegy by Greg Rucka, J.H. Williams III, and Dave StewartThe Walking Dead: Season 10 (2019) 77% Returns: October 6 on AMCWhat to Expect: Following the Whisperer massacre at the fair, the various Virginia communities plan for war. Michonne (Danai Gurira) will also make her final appearance on the series during the season. Kevin Carroll and Juan Javier Cardenas join Darryl’s band as Virgil and Dante, while Thora Birch joins the Whisperers as Gamma.Suggested Reading: The Walking Dead Vol. 25: No Turning Back by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Stenfano Gaudiano, and Cliff Rathburn.Supergirl: Season 5 (2019) 92% Returns: October 6 on The CWWhat to Expect: Leviathan is coming. The shadowy criminal organization is causing plenty of trouble over in the DC Comics Universe, and it should be no different on the Arrowverse’s Earth-38. Meanwhile, Lena (Katie McGrath) has it out for Kara (Melissa Benoist) now that she knows the truth. Will Leviathan use her anger and her technology against Supergirl and the world? Meanwhile, James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) will be saying his goodbyes to National City while Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) will be making a return to the 21st Century. On the couples front, both Nia (Nicole Maines) and Brainy (Jesse Rath) and Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Kelly (Azie Tesfai) will face challenges in their newly formed relationships ahead of the “Crisis,” which will dramatically change the show in the second half of the season.Suggested Reading: Event Leviathan by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex MaleevBlack Lightning: Season 3 (2019) 89% Returns: October 7 on The CWWhat to Expect: The Black Lightning characters will finally meet the Arrowverse during the “Crisis” in December. But before that, Jefferson (Cress Williams) must face the immediate threat of Markovia and its attempts to create a metahuman arms race. The conflict with Markovia may even take the Pierces out of Freeland for a time. Meanwhile, Anissa (Nafessa Williams) will continue to look for Grace (Chantal Thuy) and Jennifer (China Anne McClain) will become more confident with her powers. Also, Khalil (Jordan Calloway) will presumably find his way out of the pod.Suggested Reading: Black Lighting: Brick City Blues by Tony Isabella, Eddie Newell, Matt Hollingsworth and othersThe Flash: Season 6 (2019) 85% Returns: October 8 on The CWWhat to Expect: Finally answering fan wishes for at least the last few seasons, The Flash will feature two big bads split across the season. The first will be Bloodwork (Sendhil Ramamurthy). Initially introduced as Dr. Ramsey Rosso, an acquaintance of Dr. Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), he will join Team Flash before his grudge against them explodes into violence. His story will lead The Flash into “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” For Barry (Grant Gustin), the first half of the season sees him facing this prophecy from The Monitor (LaMonica Garrett): for the Multiverse to survive, Barry Allen must die. And in another “Crisis” connection, Tom Cavanagh will play Pariah in addition to a “swashbuckler” version of Harrison Wells featured throughout the season. And for the Ralph Dibny (Harley Sawyer) fans, he will be working the Sue Dearborn case throughout the year, but it is unclear how quickly he will have his fateful meeting with her.Suggested Reading: Crisis on Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfman, George Perez, and othersRiverdale: Season 4 (2019) 84% (Photo by The CW)Returns: October 9 on The CWWhat to Expect: The season 4 premiere will feature a special tribute to Luke Perry, who played Archie s (KJ Apa) dad Fred Andrews and died of a stroke in March. Perry’s friend and former costar Shannen Doherty will guest star in a special role in the episode, entitled “Chapter Fifty-Eight: In Memoriam.” The series will then dive headlong into the gang’s senior year in high school. As Principal Weatherbee “ascended” with the rest of The Farm at the end of season 3, Riverdale High will get a new lead administrator in the form of Kerr Smith’s Principal Honey. Meanwhile, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) will find himself transferred to a private school where he joins the writer’s program ran by Mr. Chipping (Sam Witwer). How it leads to the Spring Break flash-forward — and Jughead’s absence in that scene — is anyone’s guess. Also, Veronica (Camila Mendes) joins Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) in a maple rum business. The series will also cross over with new series Katy Keene when it debuts in winter 2020.Suggested Reading: Jughead Vol. 1 by Chip Zdarsky and Erica HendersonArrow: Season 8 (2019) 95% Returns: October 15 on The CWWhat to Expect: In its final 10 episodes, Arrow will see Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) find resolution with people from his past and head off on an impossible mission given to him by The Monitor. Meanwhile, in 2040, Mia (Katherine McNamara) and the New, New Team Arrow face a new challenge as Conner Hawke (Joseph David-Jones) takes on his adoptive brother J.J. (Charlie Barnett) — the natural born son of John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Lyla Micheals (Audrey Marie Anderson). For his part, Diggle will remain at Ollie’s side through “Crisis,” which will consume the eighth episode of the season. Episodes nine and 10 will form the conclusion of the Arrow story.Suggested Reading: Zero Hour: Crisis in Time by Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway, and Gregory WrightMarvel's Runaways: Season 3 (2019) 83% Returns: December 13 on HuluWhat to Expect: Alex (Rhenzy Feliz), Molly (Allegra Acosta), Gert (Ariela Barer), Chase (Gregg Sulkin), Karolina (Virginia Gardner), and Nico (Lyrica Okano) are more divided than ever with Gert kidnapped by her own father (Kevin Weisman) and Chase and Karolina being saved as a main course for the aliens who survived the destruction of Jonah’s ship. Also, one of the aliens is probably inhabiting one of the other children. Meanwhile, the other Pride parents are free to follow their own ambitions (for the most part), Morgan La Fey (Elizabeth Hurley) will make her way out of the Dark Dimension and the Runaways will have a run in with Freeform’s Cloak (Aubrey Joseph) and Dagger (Olivia Holt).Suggested Reading: Cloak and Dagger: Runaways and Reversals by Brian K. Vaughn, Adrian Alphona and many, many more.