The week in which Obamacare is dying, LA continues to get sports teams, the circus will never come to town again, Amazon introduces its own Anime Prime Channel, Cannes is admitting TV (just as The Coen Brothers jump in), and Infinity War and DC get more enlisters. Meanwhile, I share my addiction to Games Done Quick, finally beat Resident Evil 6, and caught the first episode of Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events; while Steve saw the remake of The Blob, Scorcese’s Silence, and Patriot’s Day. Plus, TwitchCon, Sony Pictures’s CEO jumping to Snap Inc., Nintendo Switch, Youtube, George Lucas $1 Billion museum, and Starcade getting a “retro-boot.”
Tag: A Series of Unfortunate Events
Two Cents 039: Cinema of Future Past
The episode in which David joins us again, Indiana Jones 5 happens, Netflix rescues The Little Prince and snags Bright, Universal did racial profiling through Facebook to promote Straight Outta Compton, M-Go has become Fandango Now, Redbox might be sold off, Regal is no longer allowing kids into R-rated films, we get deeper on our thoughts of The Screening Room, and breakdown Sony’s GDC news on Playstation VR, Vue, and a rumored PS4 upgrade. Plus, Microsoft’s Actiongram, Twitch going culinary, livestreaming mobile VR content, a movie about Michael Jackson’s chimp, another Obama movie, DC’s The Killing Joke, the Dawn of Justice Director’s Cut, Judge Judy’s salary, and Netflix staying romantic.
P.S. The image is from the We Bare Bears episode “Shush Ninjas” which totes gets us.
Two Cents 030: Netflix, Chill.
The episode in which Ziggy Stardust and Hans Gruber are no longer with us, The Rams move back to LA, Ready Player One has an open casting call, Apple is rumored to be killing the headphone jack, China acquires Legendary, Netflix makes too many moves to type out, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Ryan Coogler helming Black Panther, Infinity War having 67 characters, DC making a WWI Wonder Woman movie, Disney’s shortlist for Young Han Solo, J-Law backlash, the Jumanji remake’s rushed production, Ava DuVernay moving to TV, 24 getting a reboot, and Hugh Hefner getting a docuseries.