The episode in which we start with gun shots instead of movie shoots, talk Star Wars and its new videogames, worries about Kevin Smith moving to TV, Superman coming back to The CW, the latest on DC’s animated films, leading up to the main event: Despite its modest box office take, how much did Comcast tip the numbers in their favor. Plus, with E3 in mind, are permabans becoming the new trend in gaming, Blizzard brings livestreaming to Facebook, and Mel Gibson’s making a Passion of the Christ sequel.
The episode in which Citizen Kane turns 75, Comcast acquires Dreamworks Animation, Warner Bros invests in China, Turner is joining the streaming game with Filmstruck, Fox isn’t doing a panel at Comic Con, Netflix believes in The Punisher, The Flash movie has lost its director, Snapchat is covering the Olympics and trying to making voting hip, Apple posts their first loss in 13 years, and a Michigan cop becomes an internet of things creeper. Plus, we talk Nintendo’s confusing business practices, Disney bets on Nokia for VR, Terrence Malick has another movie coming out this year, and Jamie Foxx might be in an R-rated muppet whodunit.
Welcome to the all Star Wars episode where we start with Disney’s first installment in the galactic opera, then search our feelings for our opinions on the rest of the saga.