Episode #143 – It’s a toe-curler!

Back at Dog Hair Manor, the guys are talking the usual.

  • Clueless is returning
  • Spawn maybe not
  • Timeless will finish up in time for Christmas
  • Adam Scott coming to the Twilight Zone
  • Bye Apu?
  • Bye American Vandal.
  • Boba Fett is dead. 
  • Wonder Woman going from 1984 to 2020
  • And some Marvel updates

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents. 

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Episode #141 – Infinite Genies!

Coming to you live, on tape (or whatever), from Dog Hair Manor! It’s the Hollywood Picture News!!!

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents. 

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Episode #140 – Is That A Dog Or Is That An Alarm?

Our verbose hosts are back once again with all of you entertainment news from a busy week. They’ve got all the stories coming out of NYCC like:

All that, the usual tangents, and of course the Weekly Watched!

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Episode #139 – Explosions, yeah!!! Midriff, sexy!!!

The guys are back at Dog Hair Manor to talk all things entertainment.

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents.

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Episode #137 – My dog farts a lot…

This week, while the guys talk pop culture entertainment news, my dog clears the room. Multiple times. I should probably take him to the vet.

  • What’s old (Bond 25 writers) is new (Bond 25 writers) again.
  • The dragon training is over.
  • Designing Women will start designing again
  • NBC puts 3 high profile shows into development
  • Lean On Me Again, Lady!
  • Lois Lane and Nora Fries come to the CW
  • Aaron Paul heads west
  • AMC (and only AMC) expects The Walking Dead to last another decade
  • Sabrina trailer
  • Batgirl coming to DCU? (No.)
  • Robin meets Robin
  • The Death of (Henry Cavill as) Superman
  • BatHamm returns?
  • First look at Joaquin Phoenix as Joker Arthur Fleck???
  • Venom confirmed as not good….no, PG-13 (and also not good…probably).

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents.

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Episode #135 – No one is Statler and Waldorf.

Coming to you from palatial Dog Hair Manor, the guys are here with all the pop culture news.

  • Top Gun 2020
  • The Rock is the King
  • Wile E. Coyote: legal drama
  • The final The Predator the trailer
  • Mr. Robot shutting down in season 4
  • DCU drops in a couple weeks. Titans to disappoint a month later.
  • Alan Tudyk is nobody
  • Disney streaming info
  • Matt Smith wakes up From His Nap
  • Star Wars: Resistance deets
  • Alec Baldwin was and then wasn’t in The Joker
  • Russo hoping to finish Avengers 4 before its release date

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents.

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Episode #133 – Little. Yellow. Different.

If it’s another episode of the Hollywood Picture News, it must be Tuesday. 

  • Brian coming back to The Fast & The Furious franchise?
  • Girls Trip 2: Girls Tripper
  • Amazon Theaters?
  • Somehow MoviePass sucks even more
  • Bourne: The Series (without Bourne)
  • Watchmen: The Series
  • Netflix cancels a couple shows 
  • Resistance trailer
  • Venom is gonna make some money
  • James Gunn still in the unemployment line

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents. 

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Weekend Watch – 8/10/18

Welcome to the Weekend Watch. Where we try to point you towards the best ways to spend your viewing time (or, at least, steer you clear of the garbage).

Movies

Wide Release

The Meg

Loren: Fine whatever, but how come it keeps changing size? Sometimes it’s a really big shark and sometimes it’s the size of like 3 submarines. Make up your mind.

RDT: This movie looks absolutely ridiculous. In.

Rick: If Statham doesn’t punch a shark I’m going to be disappointed.

Jen: Meg Griffin gif


Slender Man

Loren: We’ve gotten to the point where they make movies about Creepy Pasta. See ya later world, I’m out.

RDT: Wow. If Rick’s not into it, I sure as hell ain’t gonna watch it.

Rick: Snore. I’m with Jen on this one.

Jen: Meh. I’d rather re-watch Beware the Slenderman, the HBO doc. It is far creepier.


BlacKkKlansman

Loren: Oh yes. This looks fantastic, and I’m not usually a Spike Lee guy.

RDT: People are saying this could be Spike Lee’s best film ever. So, yeah, in (eventually).

Rick: Early reviews are putting this on par with Do the Right Thing. Absolutely in.

Jen: Yep, the pedigree is strong, the politics are relevant, and I laughed. In.


Dog Days

Loren: Is this supposed to be like New Years Eve but for dogs? I mean dogs are super cute and all but I don’t think I’d waste my time on this movie. I’d rather just go to @dog_rates instead.

RDT: Well doesn’t this just look like a terrible movie. Yes it does! Yes it does!

Rick: Look, I love dogs as much as the next person, but this might be the most generic movie to ever movie. Pass.

Jen: Did Garry Marshall come back from the dead to direct one more movie? (Damn, Jen, that’s cold…. –RDT)

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Episode #131 – Apparently, The Shining IS Farts.

As our hot-as-balls summer continues, the guys return to jump in the pop culture pool.

  • Rebecca Ferguson joins the MiB reboot
  • Rebecca Ferguson joins Dr. Sleep
  • Rebecca Ferguson, as of right now, will not be joining the McDonald’s/Monopoly scam movie
  • Halloween is rated R
  • Die Hard: Year One is dumb
  • Star Trek: TNG: TNG?
  • 24×2=48
  • Simpsons will stay on Fox (for now)
  • VP Data
  • AHS: 10
  • Chris Rock going to Fargo
  • ALF and Facts of Life rebooted?
  • Daredevil season 3 coming sooner than expected
  • From His Nap starts production
  • No Orig Trig on the Disney streaming service for a while
  • The Joker movie is definitely happening, and we have some casting updates
  • Black Adam will shoot next year (no it won’t)
  • Zack Snyder still doesn’t get Batman
  • Kraven coming to cinemas, but not coming for Spider-Man
  • Venom trailer
  • James Gunn still out of a job

All that, what we watched and the usual tangents.

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Go Joe! Rebooting the GI-Joe Franchise.

If you’re a regular listener, you may know there are plans afoot to reboot the GI Joe franchise. Before Hasbro and Hollywood fuck it up though, I thought I’d take a crack at it first.

My GI Joe movie gets to the core of the (1980’s) premise. No pseudo-Iron Man suits. No Marlon Wayans. And, perhaps regretfully, no Rock. Inspired by the original 1983 mini-series, this would be a wall-to-wall action flick.

Representing the best of each military branch, GI Joe is an elite squad tasked with the most difficult of missions. Cobra works from the shadows. The less known they are, the more effective they can be.

The plot is simple. Cobra is an underground terrorist group financed by Tomax & Xamot’s Extensive Enterprises. They’ve stolen an advanced military weapons satellite. The US government, fearing public outcry, tasks General Hawk with recruiting a small team to go in and recover it, hopefully taking down Cobra along the way.

Let’s talk casting.

The Joes:

 

 

 

 

 

Gung-Ho – Michael Rooker

 

 

 

 

 

 

RoadBlock – Mike Colter

 

 

 

 

 

Lady Jaye -Zoey Saldana

 

 

 

 

 

Scarlett – Jessica Chastain

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snake Eyes – Stunt guy (no flashbacks, never seen with his mask off, no talking)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duke – Chris Pine

 

 

 

 

 

General Hawk – Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Cobra:

 

 

 

 

Tomax/Xamot – Armie Hammer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zartan – Joel Edgerton

 

 

 

 

 

Zarana – Isla Fisher

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baroness – Haley Atwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Destro – Idris Elba

 

 

 

 

Storm Shadow – Jay Chou

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Mindbender – Ben Kingsley

 

 

 

 

 

Cobra Commander – Ben Mendelsohn

Director: Fuck it, James Gunn. I think he’d really nail the tone, have some fun with it.

So there you go, Joe!

Thoughts?

From Culver City,

–RDT