You will never be able to escape the furiousness of the Fast franchise. Series star Vin Diesel took to Instagram to confirm to fans that three new Fast and Furious films are currently in the works, which will roll out every other April through 2021. The post read “2 Decades, 10 Films, 1 Saga” though they could have probably added, 1 basic plot premise recycled over and over again. Discuss

Another Stephen King novel is headed to the big screen. Despite reports that an adaptation of his acclaimed novel The Stand was being shelved for now, Deadline is reporting that the prolific author’s 2014 novel, Revival, will become a movie. The film will be directed by noted King fan and Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone. The controversial story follows a preacher who walks away from his faith after his wife and child are killed in an accident. And, because this is a Stephen King novel, things start to get weird. From Deadline: “Unhinged from the religion that grounded and gave him a conscience, the preacher becomes ruthless in his experimentation into the healing but dangerous power of electrical current, positioning him to act as God-like faith healer and opening a terrifying Pandora’s Box.” Though no release date has been announced, Boone reportedly wants to make the film this year. Discuss

The comedy trio of Seth Rogen, Zach Galifianakis, Bill Hader will star in an upcoming sci-fi comedy about a team of astronauts who encounter another ship—that is helmed by an all-women crew—after five years of traveling through space alone. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Something will be written and directed by Rodney Rothman, the screenwriter most recently known for penning the comedy 22 Jumpstreet. Discuss

This week on the RELEVANT Podcast, we talk with actor Joseph Fiennes about his new film “Risen”. Also, Jesse has a roundtable discussion about the upcoming Oscars and Tiffanie returns to offer up some helpful sports tips to those getting prepped for Super Bowl 50ish. Read More

The comedy trio behind Step Brothers and Talladega Nights might soon be reuniting. Filmmaker Adam McKay—who directed both films—is currently in the early development stages of a new comedy starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly. In a discussion with Paul Thomas Anderson on The Director’s Cut podcast, McKay explained, “I’m actually talking with [Will] Ferrell and John C. Reilly about doing a comedy about two guys who go down to defend America’s borders.” Even though it will likely be an insane comedy, McKay is no stranger to tackling contemporary social issues. His latest film about the housing market crash, The Big Short, has been nominated for both Best Picture and Best Director. Discuss