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Get Out @Oscars; Logan's Run/6M Man reboots; Woman King-The Grind @6pm ET

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Check out musings from Team Afronerd Radio (Daryll B., Claire Lanay, Capt. Kirk and Dburt) for the latest installment of The Grindhouse-engineered by the Afronerd Radio Machine-airing this Sunday at 6pm eastern.  The pulp topics are: claims of lethargy and racism are being levied against Oscar voters that admitted not to seeing Get Out because of its perceived B movie status;  CBS CEO, Les Moonves asserts that the CBS All Access streaming service prevents Star Trek: Discovery from being a traditional week to week procedural sci-fi property (really?);  as expected some twitter nerds believe that Blade was a better movie than Black Panther because it's lack of political/racial overtones (again, really?); further evidence that Hollywood is bereft of original ideas, more info has come out about a Six Billion Dollar(adjusted for inflation) Man, Logan's Run and Bad Boys (tv spinoff) projects; Lupita Nyong'o and Viola Davis are teaming up and portraring mother and daughter for a historical female warrior tale entitled The Woman King about the all female West African military unit, the Dahomey Amazons;  Mark Hamill may be geering up for another space opera...Guardians of the Galaxy 3!;  and Kristen Wiig might be Cheetah in the next Wonder Woman; Marvel's Avengers Infinity War was moved back a week to April 27, 2018 (good news but why?); does Jennifer Lawrence's Red Sparrow channel the Black Widow's mythology?; Dope director, Rick Famuyiwa temas up with Keanu Reeves for a forthcoming Netflix vigilante superhero project called Past Midnight;  Neil Gaiman revists the Sandman Universe with multiple titles being released; And lastly, bad news is expected for the DCEU but what? Call LIVE at 646-915-9620/

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