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Step into the arena with WAFCA and BFCA film critic Travis Hopson as he and DC's finest take a slightly different look at the latest from Hollywood. Get even more Cinema Royale content, including more interviews and special giveaways, by signing up for the "Premium" podcast at www.cinemaroyaleshow.com!

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Alexandre Aja, director of horrors High Tension, Piranha 3D, and The Hills Have Eyes, stops by Cinema Royale to talk about his latest film, Horns, starring Daniel Radcliffe. He discusses casting Radcliffe in the lead role of Ig Parrish, a boy... more

On this week's Cinema Royale it's time to grow up, geek out, and reach for the cloud. Richard Linklater's epic coming-of-age drama Boyhood finally hits theaters after twelve years in the making. The film was a smash at Sundance and... more

Prepare for Dawn! On this week's Cinema Royale we'll look at the highly anticipated sequel, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, pitting Caesar and his simian army against a band of human survivors played by Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman,... more

'True Blood' and 'Magic Mike' star Joe Manganiello joins Cinema Royale to talk about his directorial debut, La Bare. Inspired by his experiences on Magic Mike, Manganiello explores the lives of male dancers at the famous La Bare nightclub... more

It's become a tradition around these parts and has always been my favorite episode: the Annual Best of the Year (So Far) Show! Cinema Royale is joined by two of DC's top critics to pick our favorite movies and performances from... more

Autobots, prepare to roll out! Michael Bay returns for the fourth and possibly his final Transformers movie with Transformers: Age of Extinction! With Dinobots running around and an entirely new cast led by Mark Wahlberg, does Bay go out... more

Eloise Mumford is a star on the rise with a major role in next year's Fifty Shades of Grey. She stops by Cinema Royale to chat about her new film, the military drama Drones, and also talks about her experience as part of the 'Fifty Shades'... more

On a special Cinema Royale, Think Like a Man Too stars Michael Ealy and Meagan Good drop by to talk about the comedy sequel which takes the laughs and relationship headaches to Las Vegas! Christopher Bumbray of Joblo.com... more

BFCA and WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson reviews Rage, the new film starring Nicolas Cage as an ex-mobster turned businessman who resorts to violence after his daughter is kidnapped and murdered by old enemies. Rachel Nichols,... more

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