Frank Vincent and Harry Dean Stanton get their shineboxes. It is reviewed. Future Superman and Nightwing movies are discussed, along with Darren Aronofsky's illfated Batman Year One. Jamie Lee Curtis returns to Halloween. And Split is mulled over.
J.J. Abrams takes over Episode IX. Biggs catches up on CW superhero shows. Brandon catches up on The Good Place. Disney's streaming service starts to take shape. Hellboy might not be whitewashed after all. Patty Jenkins gets paid for the new Wonder Woman movie. A prequel show to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is in the works. And we close with some scattered thoughts about our changed perceptions about September eleventh.
The Warners want Leonardo Dicaprio to play the Joker. The Simpsons fire a key staff member. The Defiant Ones is amazing! War of the Planet of the Apes is being pushed for a best picture. Shia Lebuff will not be in the next Indiana Jones movie. And why are Rusty and Audrey always changing in Vacation movies?
We review Lucky Logan and HBO's new show The Deuce. Ed Skrein refuses to be part of white washing with the Hellboy reboot. Out with Gotham City Sirens, in with The Joker and Harley Quinn. Super Troopers 2 drops a trailer. James Gunn lays out the future of the MCU. We ponder the top earning actors of 2016. And finally, we recap the season finale of Game of Thrones.
A confederate fountain's removed. The Xena reboot is killed. The future of the Alien franchise is discussed. The Defenders and The Hitman's Bodyguard are reviewed. Obi-Wan gets a stand-alone movie. Martin Scorsese produces a Joker origin movie. And we end with a recap of a killer Game of Thrones episode.
Brent Beardslee joins us to talk about the Charlottesville attack and everything around it. Then we clumsily try to cleanse the pallet by reviewing Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, The Batman and Harley Quinn, and the DCEU's upcoming slate of movies.
We pay tribute to Godzilla, Freddy, Jason, Ash, Pinhead...and the weird dude from Phantasm. The Karate Kid and David Letterman get shows. Disney breaks up with Netflix. The Dark Tower gets reviewed. And someone stole a whole lot of data from HBO.