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 week in which Nahneen Kula put out her first album, Steven is way too excited about Daredevil, The Wachowski Siblings are both transwomen now, The Russo Brothers are making a Chinese studio, Kevin Spacey leaves Relativity, Paramount drops The Little Prince, Amazon is adopting Hollywood norms, and the industry might be moving into the living room, while Ang Lee is set to debut his technical marvel (4K/3D/120FPS/HDR). Plus, Rio 2016 is going 8K, TV in VR, Amazon is becoming the new HSN, Harry Styles starring in the next Christopher Nolan flick, filmmaker relationships with the streaming giants, reactions to the new Spidey and Gordon, Where’s Waldo, Nick Cage, and Damien Chazelle’s musical getting an awards release.
The episode in which I share a fun exchange on the Sunset Strip, China’s stake in Universal is explained, Fandango buys Rotten Tomatoes and Flixster, The Academy is suing the company that makes the gift bags for nominees, the final physical medium might have been invented, and Apple being pressured by U.S. Government to create a backdoor in iOS. Plus, LG is joining Samsung in the mobile VR camera/headset game, two sports stalwarts sign up, we discuss when its language will be created, Amazon doubles down on Woody Allen, a bunch of news on sequels, I fear studios make black movie news in February because its Black History Month, and we talk about the mystery of J.J. Abrams projects.
The episode in which Ryan Murphy makes a diversity hire, The Pope is going to be in a movie, Spielberg might be doing VR, people are suing over videogame tattoos, hawks are being trained to take down drones, DC comics possibly rebooting their lines again, legacy characters in movie sequel TV shows, David Lynch and the death of the mid-budget movie, Netflix renewing Orange is the New Black for 3 more seasons, the final two Fast and Furious movies get dates, Christopher Nolan isn’t teaming with Pfister on his next project again, Steven Soderbergh and the state of his retirement, and Leo vaping at the SAG awards.
The episode in which we watch the Preacher trailer, Fox puts Neil Blomkamp’s Alien on pause, Ricky Gervais returns to the Golden Globes, Chi-raq gets a release date, some gender bender films, Blumhouse goes Periscope, Jimmy Fallon getting another theme park attraction, and Twitch expands to the creative spectrum. Plus, reviews for The Martian, Men in Black 2, Men in Black 3, Knock Knock, The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened, Nightbreed, The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness, and Get Him to the Greek.