The last 12 months have been huge for action blockbuster movies. We had new additions to popular franchises – The Equalizer 3, John Wick: Chapter 4 and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning to name a few. Action movies are only what they are thanks to the dedicated stunt teams that help bring nail-biting scenes together. Let’s take a look at some of the star power who possess just enough of the crazy to not only take on some of these wild manoeuvres, but also convincingly pull them off.
Explore this snapshot of the upcoming October highlights across your Fetch box – including streaming apps such as Netflix, Disney+, Stan, Paramount+ and more, the Fetch Premium channel packs, the Fetch Movie Store and free-to-air channels. Read on to see what new movies, TV shows and sporting events we’re excited about watching this month.
Actors have a challenging job, spending years refining their craft, putting themselves in the mind of characters created by writers and directors. Sometimes though, they get the opportunity to simply play themselves, often in an over the top and hilarious manner.
There was a time that video game adaptions for both shows and movies were met with hesitation and worry from fans of the series. Recently though, there seems to be a resurgence in video game adaptations with more and more exceeding fans’ expectations. Adapting these shows require being true to the original fans of the games, while also being approachable enough to watch without any knowledge of the games themselves. Let’s take a look at the titles that we think have managed to achieve this fragile balance.
From its release, All of Us Are Dead sat comfortably on its throne in Netflix’s top shows for 15 days. With the titan that Squid Game became, it’s no surprise how well All of Us Are Dead was received. If you’re like me, you’ve already binged your way through the series and are in desperate need of some more zombie content.