May 112019

I ended up being a little bit rant-y on this episode.  I have my moments when I need to vent, I suppose, except that I vented a few times. Don’t buy those cheap streaming devices because …. well, really you should know better and you get what you pay for. Avengers: Endgame continues to break a whole bunch of records including the biggest 3D opening weekend. The upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog is an absolute travesty as is the premise for an upcoming silent film remake. A new Apocalypse Now cut is on the way (yes, again), an original Darth Vader outfit is up for auction, and there’s a lot more!

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– Samsung thinks younger people want a vertical TV
– SHOCK! Pirated streaming devices have malware in them
– Apollo 11 includes never-before-seen 65mm footage
– Avengers: Endgame crosses $2.2B globally…
– …and becomes the biggest Hollywood release ever in India…
– …and brings in the best Tuesday of any MCU movie…
– …and has the biggest 3D opening of all time…
– …and breaks a whole bunch of other records
– You can also get measles from Avengers: Endgame (VACCINATE YOUR KIDS!)
– The next phase of MCU movies
– End with Endgame studios are worried about the box office
– Awful Trailer: Sonic The Human Teeth Hedgehog
– Sonic trailer backlash prompts changes
– Detective Pikachu cinematographer has an …. interesting take on the Sonic trailer
– Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid to be remade into something really bizarre
– Rumor: Dan Fogelman is now writing Indiana Jones 5
– Disney/Fox make a number of schedule changes, pushing Avatar sequels back
– Bob’s Burgers hitting theaters in 2020
– Sinemia shuts down
– Francis Ford Coppola is releasing yet another Apocalypse Now cut
– Obituary: Peter Mayhew, the original Chewbacca, dies at 74
– Obituary: Pioneering Oscar nominee John Singleton dies at 51
– F. Gary Gray to direct Saints Row movie
– Fantastic Beasts 3 coming in 2021
– Trailer: Spider-Man: Far From Home (SPOLIER ALERT)
– Original Vader outfit from Empire Strikes Back is expected to get $1-2 million at auction