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Today’s topics include:
Ghostbusters Review
Live Action Pokemon Movie rushed through due to Pokemon Go
Javier Bardem as Frankenstein for Universal
Kiersey Clemons tapped for The Flash Female Lead
Saw Legacy by the Spirit Brothers
James Franco to star in Shane Black’s Predator
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child rumored for Films
First Look at new Pennywise the Clown
Dark Tower Film to be a sequel to Book Series
LaLa Land Trailer Released
Go Trailer Released

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Comments

residentgood says:

i enjoyed it to ghostbuster was more of comedy movie it wasnt bad

Rawzilla The Thrilla says:

it's interesting how you 2 dickheads can slander an entire group of people with a blanket statement while saying you shouldn't assume things about the movie. straight up hypocrites. invalidates everything you say.

Michael Greene says:

Thank you for answering our questions Simon. Very cool that you don't look down on the rest of us "fans". Question. Will you be at at Tiff this year? I'd love to meet you there. Maybe? Thanks, Mike

Rodimusbill says:

Enjoyed both BvS and Xmen.  Sure, they had their problems, but they weren't bad movies.  BvS was actually a very good movies with a few bad parts, mostly due to editing.  Ghostbusters was a very good movie.  The only cameo I did not like was Bill Murrays.  All the others were quick and didn't take away from anything.

Matthew Newman says:

Technically it would be a Pokemon movie, not Pokemon Go specifically, which makes sense because the Pokemon franchise has been going strong for two decades now.

holmbjerg says:

Matt Damon was offered Two Face in The Dark Knight.

holmbjerg says:

Ghostbusters are unknown in China and so are all the people involved. There would be no build-in audience, so frankly I don't think they are losing anything.

cfsvillanueva says:

Simon is such a great conversationalist.

jimmyyasuda says:

Pokemon by itself won't catch as much interest. Animated movie with human characters are hard to pull off unless Disney or Pixer. But I think live action with standout casts will get people's interest especially like Tom Holland and Kiersey Clemons in lead.

David D. says:

if a man who is 40 doesn't want to see a movie made for preteen girls is he sexist?

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