Sarah spends the weekend getting drunk at a wedding while Jeff spends his getting drunk at Midwest Media Expo with Chris Boren and Lord Baron Joseph C.R. Vourteque and the multitude of fans who came out to see the show LIVE!!!
It’s been rumored for awhile now that the duo of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, best known for The LEGO Movie and 21/22 Jump Street, were going to be developing some kind of superhero property for the big screen, and now we know that it’s going to be the movie version of The Flash
The idea of trying to re-create The Rocky Horror Picture Show for network television pretty much sounds like the worst idea ever, and yet…Fox.
While there is nothing inherently wrong with re-staging the musical the idea of doing it for network TV seems ridiculous–this is a musical about an alien transvestite mad scientist who creates a muscle man to be his sex slave and then seduces the wholesome hetero couple who get stranded in his castle.
Yeah…that’s kid friendly.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1st/Walt Disney):
Jurassic World (June 12th/Universal/Comcast Corp.):
Inside Out (June 19th/Walt Disney):
Ted 2 (June 26th/Universal/Comcast Corp.):
Minions (July 7th/Universal/Comcast Corp.):
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation (July 31st/Paramount/Viacom Inc.):
Mad Max: Fury Road (May 15th/Warner Bros. /Time Warner Inc.):
Tomorrowland (May 22nd/Walt Disney Pictures):
Terminator: Genisys (July 1st/Paramount/Viacom Inc.):
Ant Man (July 15th/Walt Disney):
Pan (July 24th/Warner Bros. /Time Warner Inc.):
The Fantastic Four (August 7th/20th Century Fox):
We ALMOST talk spoilers for Game of Thrones, but we run out of time.
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