The inclement weather in Hollywood causes some technical difficulties but that’s never stopped the guys before. They’ve got you covered on the week’s entertainment and pop culture news:
- Walter Mirish, prolific Hollywood producer, dead at 101
- Tom Whitlock, composer, co-wrote Danger Zone, dies at 68
- Barbara Bosson passes away at 83
- Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, and JK Rowling terrible human beings
- Weinstein guilty, gets 16 years in LA
- WGA talks starting 3/20/23
- More Hobbits coming!
- WBD lost a lot of money last year
- The Machine trailer
- Jojo Siwa cast in All My Friends Are Dead
- Hellboy reboot, again
- The Goldbergs ending after 10 years
- AEW: All Access doc @ TBS
- Netflix cuts subscription cost in a bunch of international territories
- Surprise Me feature removed
- Nick Offerman, Megan Mullaly and David Cross join Umbrella Academy, season 4
- Welcome to Derry picked up
- My Spy sequel moving forward
- Michael Mando booted from AppleTV+ show
- South Park getting sued by WBD
- One act Rogers: The Musical coming to California Adventure this summer
- Rumor: Momoa wants out of playing Aquabro because the new movie suuuccckkksssss
- The Flash to screen at Cinemacon
- The Batman: Part II starts shooting in November
- Steven Yeun cast in Thunderbolts
- Namor confirmed for Kang Dynasty
- Ant-Man has Biggest drop in MCU history; 69.7% in 2nd weekend
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