The week in which the show gets a complete overhaul, beginning with a new section where we keep tabs on past news items (Dreamworks Animation, James Wan/Aquaman, Yoga Hosers vs MPAA), Hulu (and maybe Youtube) are joining the OTT live TV game, Magic Mike Live is coming to Las Vegas, Batfleck is exec producing Justice League, Disney finally found their Young Han Solo, Universal adds another A-list monster to its universe, Lebron James is finally making a Space Jam sequel, and Kodak is giving film stock to kickstarter campaigns. Plus, the Oculus Rift is available at Best Buy, Max Landis has an idea for a fifth Scream movie, and Andrew Garfield is starring in the neo noir follow up to It Follows.
The episode in which my car gets broken into again, The Muppets are playing Outside Lands, Seth Rogen is adapting another comic book for TV, Warners has decided in favor of more DC instead of risks, Marvel is going to Freeform and Sony, while not staying true to itself, reactions to Rogue One’s first trailer, Starz joins the OTT train, and 4K UHD Blu-rays are becoming a clearer picture. Plus, sports broadcasting on Twitter and Yahoo/the latter being acquired, VR being used for real world applications, Pharrell is producing Hidden Figures, Charlize Theron re-teaming with past directors, and Caitlyn Jenner appearing on Transparent.
The episode in which I complain about Chi-Raq not being on Amazon Prime yet, Mad Max is an awards contender, Star Wars continues to be talked about, Google is creating a streaming library, Dave Chappelle cracks down on phone usage at shows, Max Landis is Lex Luthor, The Duplass Brothers are writing a book of essays, Trainspotting 2 is official, Peter Jackson might be doing Doctor Who, Samurai Jack is returning, DirecTV will broadcast live 4K content, and Nokia’s Ozo VR camera hits the big leagues.
What happens when 2015’s hottest comedienne teams with the godfather of modern comedy? Find out if LeBron James and co. make this movie representative of its title or a treat in this episode!