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Two Cents 045: Come Cast a Line

 

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.

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Two Cents 041: So Long, and Thanks for All the Fusion

The week in which Tesla goes mainstream, Warner Bros scrambles to make their DC Extended Universe viable, the final Back to the Future Ride is closing, Fox has created an Alien Day, Final Fantasy XV is actually being released, Sony’s 4K HDR video marketplace is live, Starz and Showtime try the binge model, HBO is adapting a Gillian Flynn novel, and Fox is putting their relationship with the MLB to good use. Plus, viewing your StubHub seat and saving cats in VR, Amazon Prime going monthly, a Sicario sequel, Jonah Hill is trying directing, several re-teamings, and Marti Noxon is making major moves.

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Two Cents 037: Co-host Switcheroo (w/Scream 101)

The episode in which I was lucky Brennan from Scream 101 Podcast joined me because Steve fell asleep before recording, HBO isn’t sending Game of Thrones screeners out anymore, the 21 Jump Street/Men in Black flick is still a thing, Sony is making a standalone Venom franchise, I talk cool additions to the Amazon Echo line (and Brennan has first hand experiences), and Universal Japan is making a Nintendo Land. Plus, VR is coming to Six Flags and McDonalds, I do my Michael Keaton impression, MAX LANDIS, a WWE sequel to Surf’s Up, and the continuing adventures of Steven Soderbergh’s “retirement.”

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Two Cents 025: Virtually a Reality

The episode in which we speculate what The Hateful Eight announcement will be, review Amazon’s premium add-on subscription offerings, Netflix doubling original content in 2016, VR feeling closer than ever/my first impressions of Google Cardboard, Ang Lee returning to 3D filmmaking, The Rock making an 80s style buddy action comedy, Lionsgate possibly making prequels to The Hunger Games, Universal’s shared monster universe casting rumors, and Mr. Robot season 2 being helmed entirely by Sam Esmail.

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Two Cents 019: Days of the Dead

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.

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Two Cents 012: Two Hours Too Many

The episode in which we talk about James Bond theme songs, Legendary making a Godzilla vs King Kong movie, WB setting a date for the next Christopher Nolan film, a Trainspotting sequel, the AMC Preacher show getting a series order, Snapchat joining the original content party, and Apple living in the tech past. Plus, we give reviews to Chappie, Jupiter Ascending, and Shane Black’s Monster Squad.

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Two Cents 011: Add It to the List

The episode in which we mention some upcoming biopics, rumors for Apple’s latest event, Hulu finally giving you a way to remove adds, the importance of the commercial break, Force Friday, Sony’s bad luck, and if they can turn it around by finally making the great videogame adaptation.