The week in which Wanda has been added to the Fortune 500, Legendary is making a Pokemon movie, VCR production is finally coming to an end, Max Landis is behind the new Pepe Le Pew movie, Marvel and DC’s latest Hall H announcements, Lionsgate’s rumored game plan for Divergent, Brazil’s Globo is the first broadcaster to join the 4K HDR party, and Nate Parker is already setting up shop for his next production. Also, Twitch joins the fight against Counter Strike: GO gambling, Twitter allows anyone to submit for its blue checkmark, Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s new master plan, the Mr. Robot VR broadcast, Blair Witch, and a Kentucky man stops his movie theater fight by pulling out a gun.
The episode in which we talk about Lawrence Kasdan leaving the Star Wars universe, the death of Betamax, Netflix helping out monsters, Shia LaBeouf doing performance art, Fifty Shades going back to back, Neil Blomkamp helming a time travel flick, T-Mobile making video streaming free, and digital stars being on The Amazing Race. Plus, reviews for the Limitless pilot (again!), Miller’s Crossing, Road House, Adult Beginners, and the Art Angels album by Grimes.