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Ray Park just couldn't keep it in any longer! He loves playing Darth Maul and he's not afraid to say it! In this episode, we'll look into what Park had to say about his hopes for keeping Maul alive on the big screen, including our PERFECT theory as to how Lucasfilm should make it happen! Plus, we'll talk about how The Clone Wars may have had a big impact on The Last Jedi. And then there's that massive revelation about Wolffe and the rest of the clones that Henry Gilroy dropped at DragonCon! Believe us, you'll want to stay all the way to the end!
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DC on SCREEN #501 - This week we discuss:
'Aquaman' Test Screening Reactions |
Hans Zimmer Reportedly Set to Score 'Wonder Woman 1984' |
Alec Baldwin’s Joker Ordeal |
'Joker' Origin Movie to Reportedly Be Scored by Hildur Gudnadottir |
‘Joker’ May Start Filming in Two Weeks |
Joaquin Phoenix Could 'Care Less' What People Think About Him Playing the Joker |
Oscar Isaac Interested In DCEU Role |
‘DC Daily’ Announced, Aired |
Titans Debuts Friday, October 12th |
'Doom Patrol' Casts Brendan Fraser as Robotman |
'Doom Patrol' Casts Alan Tudyk Cast as Main Villain |
The CW Announces Dates for Three-Night Arrowverse Crossover |
Tyler Hoechlin's Superman Will Appear in All Three Arrowverse Crossover Episodes |
Arrowverse Casting Details for Lois Lane Reportedly Revealed |
Grant Gustin Confirms Flash and Superman Scenes in Arrowverse Crossover |
'America's Got Talent' Contestant Cast as 'The Flash' Villain |
Bringing in Caitlin’s Dad on 'The Flash' |
Bruce Boxleitner to Replace Brent Spiner on 'Supergirl' |
'Supergirl' Adds 'Almost Human' Alum in Recurring Role |
Someone’s Getting Fired For This |
Graham McTavish has been cast in 'Lucifer' |
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Yes it got rotten reviews but Jim Wallace and Jon Cross were intrigued enough by Brian Henson's R Rated puppet comedy noir, The Happytime Murders starring Melissa McCarthy and Maya Rudolph to go check it out. Was it worth the gamble? listen to find out!
We also start a new section "just the tip" where Jim and Jon give you their tips for living, talk about the mastermind behind The After Movie Diner empire, the day ALF came to the Cozy Soup and Burger and much more...
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The #1 ranked podcast on Ranker's "Best Movie Podcast" list is back! This week we're talking about the fantastic 2018 romantic comedies Crazy Rich Asians, Set it Up, To All The Boys I've Loved Before, and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. 2018 has been loaded with great romantic comedies and we couldn't wait to talk about the genre revitalizing movies like Set it Up, that may or may not feature the greatest scene involving pizza ever. I love these four films, so I did a ton of research and brought my A+ romantic comedy podcast game to make sure these movies get the respect they deserve.
During this unusual episode, the fearless Movie Addict Players poke fun at three movies in skits performed on past Movie Addict Headquarters shows. Films receiving attention are: EAT PRAY LOVE, starring Julia Roberts and released in 2010; THE MUPPETS, which opened back in 2011; and THE LITTLE MERMAID, one of Disney’s most beloved animated musicals. Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Sebastian the Crab, Harry Lawrence, and Elizabeth Lawrence are the characters focused on during these short skits. Movie Addict Players providing their excellent voice talents include A.J. Hakari, Larry Tucker, Danielle Honeycutt, and Morgan Lawrence. Host Betty Jo Tucker and producer Nikki Starr join in the fun.
Actress Marta Dusseldorp is bidding farewell to the drama A Place To Call Home and her feisty character, Sarah Adams. The series that airs in the U.S. on Acorn TV can be seen in over 100 countries. She talks to me from her home in Melbourne about why the show is such a hit as well as her other Acorn series Jack Irish and Janet King.
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Tune into the Lords Of Gore at Flesh Wound Radio this Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 9:00pm EST / 6:00pm PST (or anytime shortly after we wrap live). On this new episode predator becomes prey in the unique serial killer flick The Basement, & evil goes viral in the brand new horror release, E-Demon. In addition we tackle Stephen Biro’s new entry in the American Guinea Pig series, Song Of Solomon, the gory indie, Animalistic, and the highly anticipated theatrical release of The Nun. Don’t miss it and be sure to check out Fleshwoundfeatures.com, and download us and Squared Circle Society on iTunes, Stitcher, & Spreaker.
Welcome back to a brand new episode of The Knowbodies Podcast! Happy fall semester to everyone getting back into the grind of school! While for some it’s getting to class on time, for others it’s getting anywhere on time with all this traffic. We’re running on fumes and it’s only Tuesday. Anywho! We have a great show for you guys today as we dissect the moviegoers dream come true that was...Moviepass. We’re also introducing a new segment and welcoming to the studio a special little unicorn! Steve Farace of CineSportsTalk joins us!
On this week's show, I'm joined by Hannah Buchdahl of Blogtalkradio's Cinema Clash podcast to talk about Jennifer Garner's long-awaited (??) return to action flicks with PEPPERMINT! Was the wait worth it? Or is there nothing sweet about this comeback?
Plus, the Academy decided to delay the controversial Best Popular Film category, but should it have been introduced in the first place? And will it now be quietly shelved in hopes everybody forgets about it? And where does this decision leave films like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War?
All this and more so tune in for another great show!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Podcast, we review three new films. First, we look at Searching with John Cho and Debra Messing. Then it's on to The Happytime Murders with Melissa McCarthy. After that, we look at Support the Girls starring Regina Hall. It's a great late-summer podcast!