Inside Movies and TV
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Inside Movies and TV #68
September 14, 2009 07:28 PM PDTThe Toronto International Film Festival is in full swing and Dennis discusses a few of the films he's seen. Plus Disney announces that the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean film is set to hit theaters in 2011. The A-Team movie has their new Mr. T and M*A*S*H writer Larry Gelbart passes away at 81. Theme music at freeplaymusic.com and Thornley. Inside Movies and TV #67
September 04, 2009 06:36 PM PDTWe get our geek on as we discuss extremely early advanced tickets for Avatar, the possibility of renting movies on YouTube, and the biggest news of the week; Disney buys Marvel Entertainment and what it could mean for both movies and television. All this plus more. Theme music from freeplaymusic.com and Thornley. Inside Movies and TV #66
August 23, 2009 11:59 AM PDTDennis returns as we discuss what movie franchise we feel will best define the decade. Plus, turmoil in the Big Brother house as producers eject a contestant, District 9 earns more opening weekend than it cost to make the movie. A night at the movies is the cheaper form of entertainment as Cineplex posts Q2 earnings. What's next for Bryan Singer? and who is the first guest on Jay Leno's new talk show? Inside Movies and TV #65
August 03, 2009 10:04 AM PDTAaron talks Fifty Dead Men Walking and discusses The Hangover and the comedy genre in general with Jamie. Plus fan backlash erupts as a major Twilight character is re-casted. NBC looks to bring Rockford back for a new generation, a new Walmart policy that has studios worrying about their business. Paramount introduces a new staggered release policy favouring Blu-ray over standard DVD releases. Music theme by freeplaymusic.com and Thornley. Inside Movies and TV #64
July 22, 2009 08:14 PM PDTRemembering Walter Cronkite, plus the latest movie and TV news. Inside Movies and TV #63
July 13, 2009 06:06 PM PDTThis turns out to be an 80's themed episode as Jamie and Aaron take a look at many 1980's shows that have all been announced to have movies in production, from TJ Hooker to The Smurfs. Also millions tuned in to watch the memorial service of the "King of Pop" (and 80's icon), Michael Jackson. Ryan Reynolds lands a big DC role and who is the front runner to play the next Jack Ryan? Inside Movies and TV #62
June 21, 2009 05:04 PM PDTA discussion about the viral marketing campaign for the upcoming District 9 movie. A museum opening that will remind the world of Walt Disney the man, not the brand. An end to the year long stalemate between SAG and the AMPTP. Plus Grey's Anatomy casting, Fox's fall premiere schedule, and what is the most watched show in the world? Inside Movies and TV #61
June 19, 2009 09:57 PM PDTThe death of David Carradine, Transformers tickets on sale, Bryan Singer may direct Magneto, and the Tony Awards bring out the A-list from Hollywood. Inside Movies and TV #59
May 12, 2009 08:53 PM PDT"Star Trek" has a big opening weekend, NBC announces its fall schedule, "Cleveland" is already renewed for a second season, and "Wolverine" gets a sequel AND a spin-off. Inside Movies and TV #58
May 04, 2009 07:07 PM PDTAs Wolverine kicks off the 2009 Summer Box Office Season with $87 million we take an early look at Iron Man 2 which will kick off next summer's silly season. The H1N1 (swine flu) virus halts movie releases in Mexico, a sequel to Wall Street gets the greenlight. Plus Disney boards the Hulu wagon and as the networks prep for their upfronts in a few weeks, we take a look at the status of your shows right now.
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