Star Wars, Top Gun 2, Alien, Gigantic, Thor, Creed 2, The Ending of Blade Runner 2049, Disney Movies Anywhere
Oct 11th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the October 12, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including details about Top Gun 2 and Ridley Scott’s Alien Covenant sequel, how Thor Ragnarok will be the first of a planned Hulk trilogy arc, Creed 2 gets a surprising director, Disney makes it easier for you to watch other studios movies digitally, how Disney and Lucasfilm decide Star Wars spoilers and Gigantic canceled by Disney Animation. At the Water Cooler we talk about a strolling magic showdown, and in the Spoiler Room, we talk about the ending of Blade Runner 2049.
Housekeeping: There was no episode yesterday due to the Last Jedi trailer emergency podcast, and Friday’s episode will not be published on the podcast feed on Thursday afternoon as typical due to set visit. Expect it on Friday. Also, we’ve gotten a lot of Mail Bag emails lately, we promise we’ll get to them.
In The Water Cooler:
Peter attended a Strolling Magic Showdown at the Magic Castle
In the News:
‘Top Gun 2’ Will Not Be A Movie About Drones, ‘Alien: Covenant’ Sequel Will Be More About AI Than Aliens
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Is First of a Three-Part Story Arc For Hulk in the MCU
Disney Movies Anywhere Adds Other Key Hollywood Studios
How Disney Decides ‘Star Wars’ Spoilers
‘Gigantic’ Canceled By Disney Animation
In the Spoiler Room, ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Ending: Screenwriters Reveal Secrets Of That Memorable Final Scene
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