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The guys also recap the Oscars and SXSW, delve into the latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity WarFear remake in the works at Universal.
Hosts Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson also review Eli Roth’s Death Wish starring Bruce Willis and discuss its box office prospects along with those of the new Jennifer Lawrence thriller Red Sparrow.
TheWrap’s ace scooper Umberto Gonzalez joins Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson to discuss Disney’s Pinocchio, as well as Paramount’s Dungeons & Dragons movie and its impact on the DCEU.
The guys also discuss the new directors on the Call of Duty movie and WB’s new Willy Wonka movie, as well as the absurdity of comparing The Cloverfield Paradox to fellow Netflix movie Bright.
Towards the end of the episode, the guys delve into the Dumbledore drama that had the internet up in arms this week, and Jeff also reveals some of his favorite films from Sundance.
Batman got a breather from today’s show, which finds hosts Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson discussing Black Widow, Deadpool 2, New Mutants, Gambit, Suicide Squad 2, Ant-Man 3 and Avengers: Infinity War.
The guys also discuss the PGA Award nominations, Ridley Scott’s decision to direct The Merlin Saga for Disney, and the current state of the box office, which sees one major new release (Insidious: The Last Key) enter the fray this weekend.
The guys also discuss this year’s Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations, the latter of which — in a bit of a surprise — saw Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya beat out Jake Gyllenhaal (Stronger) for a coveted slot.
Our own Neil Turitz joins the guys to discuss two movies mired in controversy — 20th Century Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody starring Rami Malek, and Paramount’s sci-fi film Annihilation starring Natalie Portman.
We also talk about the downtrodden box office and how it’s being reported these days, as well as the rise of blaxploitation movies, with updates of Shaft, Super Fly and Cleopatra Jones on the horizon.
With Simon Thompson out, Carla Renata (aka The Curvy Critic) stops by to talk about the Lion King movie and the impressive rise of Tiffany Haddish, who spent years paying her dues in comedy before her breakout turn in Girls Trip.
Hosts Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson also discuss the “Pet Sematary” remake and the troubling allegations against Brett Ratner and Kevin Spacey.
Variety’s Justin Kroll joins the show to discuss his “Captain Marvel” scoop, as well as the “Deathstroke” movie at WB
The guys also discuss Friday’s breaking news that Kristen Stewart and Lupita Nyong’o are circling the Charlie’s Angels reboot at Sony.
The guys also discuss the possibility of Taika Waititi directing the Akira movie, and Tom Hanks starring in a remake of A Man Called Ove.
The guys also talk about Daniel Dae Kim replacing Ed Skrein in “Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Army.”
The guys also discuss the likelihood of Ben Affleck directing the war movie Red Platoon for Sony, Drew Goddard’s starry cast for Bad Times at the El Royale, and the Brawl in Cell Block 99 trailer featuring Vince Vaughn beating up a car.
The samurai poet of Hollywood Elsewhere joins me to discuss the box office prospects of Stephen King’s It and the merits of Richard Rushfield’s industry newsletter The Ankler.
The guys also talk about Chris Pratt’s Cowboy Ninja Viking and the Tom Holland-Daisy Ridley movie Chaos Walking, as well the new trailers for Darren Aronofsky’s mother! and the Robert Redford-Jane Fonda film Our Souls at Night.
The guys also discuss YouTube Red’s ill-advised Karate Kid sequel and the return of Miami Vice thanks to Vin Diesel.
TheWrap’s ace scooper Umberto “El Mayimbe” Gonzalez joins Simon Thompson and I to talk about the Marvel and DC panels, as well the Ready Player One trailer and the Spawn news.
The guys also weigh in on Clint Eastwood and Woody Allen’s latest casting decisions, as well as Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to Moonlight.
The guys also weigh in on the new Geostorm trailer and discuss David Lowery’s new film A Ghost Story.
The guys also weigh in on the new Jumanji trailer and news of sequels to The Accountant and The Conjuring.
The guys also weigh in on Daniel Day-Lewis’ surprising decision to retire from acting.