We take an early survey of the alleged front-runners in the 2020 Oscars—a slim list of movies that are already getting negative buzz—before discussing the live-action remake trend that Disney is employing in its latest effort to dominate the financial landscapes of moviemaking (1:00). Then, Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Stearns join the podcast (previously recorded at SXSW) to discuss their partnership in making The Art of Self-Defense (54:17).
Are We Headed for a 2020 Oscars Disaster? Plus: How Disney Runs the Movie World, and Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Stearns on ‘The Art of Self-Defense’
Sean, Amanda, and guests discuss the possible 2020 Oscars lineup, Disney’s live-action remake trend, ‘The Art of Self-Defense,’ and more
NFL Championship Round Film Breakdowns With Ted Nguyen, the Forgotten Character in the Steroid Saga, Plus ‘The Line’ Director Doug Shultz
Ryen also hits on whether or not Ben Simmons’s trade value has diminished from August 2021 and the 76ers quest for a favorable trade
Plus, Warren and House share their favorite bets of the week
Wos also reacts to the Nike LeBron 9 "Big Bang" release before breaking down notable off-court fits from the last week
‘Home Team’ is more than just a bizarrely timed feel-good movie tied to Bountygate. It’s the guide to understanding Payton’s stunning decision to leave the Saints.
J. Kyle Mann breaks down Klay’s return to the court and how he affects Golden State’s title chances