Thor Ragnarok, Blade Runner, Bill & Ted 3, Rick and Morty, Pacific Rim, Fast & Furious, Spielberg, Schwarzenegger, Weinstein
Oct 9th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the October 10, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Brad Oman to talk about the latest news including Thor Ragnarok early reviews, the title for Bill & Ted 3, Rick and Morty, an expanded Pacific Rim universe, that Fast & Furious feud, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Sylvester Stallone story, and the firing of Harvey Weinstein. And at the Water Cooler we’ll talk about HBO’s Spielberg documentary, Blade Runner 2049, BBQ in Kansas City, and Cookie Butter Oreos.
In The Water Cooler:
Peter watched Spielberg on HBO, and watched Blade Runner 2049 and Thor: Ragnarok.
Ben is in Kansas City eating amazing BBQ
Brad found Cookie Butter Oreos, wants Mystery Oreos Next
In the News:
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Early Buzz: The Most Fun You’ll Have at a Marvel Movie
‘Bill and Ted 3′ Gets an Appropriately Rockin’ Title: ‘Bill and Ted Face The Music’
‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Rage Over Szechuan Sauce Shortage, But McDonald’s Will Make It Right
Expanded ‘Pacific Rim’ Universe May Be Coming Soon, Says ‘Uprising’ Director
‘Fast and Furious’ Spin-Off Feud Gets Shut Down by the Rational Vin Diesel
Arnold Schwarzenegger Confirmed One of Hollywood’s All-Time Great Troll Moves in a Fantastic Q&A [Beyond Fest]
Harvey Weinstein Fired After Reports of Sexual Harassment, Also Andy Signore Fired from Screenjunkies
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