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We end the episode with a lengthy discussion on Tenet, which Ryan in particular almost hasn't stopped thinking about since he saw it. Christopher Nolan's latest is something that warrants large discussion, both on the front of its content but also Warner Brothers' intention to have this be the thing people would be going back to cinemas for. Is it the most Nolan'y of Nolan films? How does the inversion idea work? And is the sound mix still not great like other films of his? Tune in and find out.
Coronavirus features as it has every month for what now feels like several years, as we talk about more cases, the impact on more films both being filmed and those being released, and Tom Cruise trying to convince everyone to go back to the cinemas. Ryan has another dip into the Toy Box - which still needs a theme tune - and we look at several trailers including the newest James Bond trailer, The Comeback Trail - with three Oscar winners and Zach Braff, Sofia Coppola's On The Rocks, Death on the Nile, and a more detailed look at the DC trailers from Fandome.
The Toon Squad gear has been revealed for the Space Jam sequel we think no one asked for, Ryan is hyped for when he will get to see more Mandolorian, and as always more Star Wars news is touched on. Marvel and DC have their usual section and we spend our time looking at all the DC Fandome announcements in particular.
Moving towards movie news, we talk Ryan Reynold's take over of Netflix, more on Scream 5, Matrix 4, and Jurassic World 3, and Jason Statham on reteaming on two film jobs with Guy Ritchie. We talk about sleeping in a Blockbuster, a recut version of Godfather Part 3, and touch on the directions Paramount is considering for the future of Star Trek. There are remakes and reboots as always too, including Troop Beverly Hills, a Resident Evil Netflix series, The Thing, Powerpuff Girls, Three Men and a Baby, Tron, and Rob gets annoyed over the idea of remaking Planes, Trains, And Automobiles (for the second time if you count Due Date).
We arrive into Episode 19, and we certainly have to start with a sad month of large profile celebrity deaths, with the shocking announcement of Chadwick Boseman, in particular, being a very sad surprise to all. But some also not as well known ones during the last few weeks, including Ben Cross, Arnold Spielberg, and Linda Hamilton's sister Leslie.