What DCEU Needs To Do Going Forward, Star Wars, Tarantino, Cinefamily, Catch-22, Stripes, Martian Manhunter
Nov 17th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the November 17, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film writers Chris Evangelista and Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest news, including a Stripes tv series, Quentin Tarantino’s next movie lands a movie studio, the running time of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Cinefamily permanently shuts down, a Catch-22 miniseries and a Martian Manhunter movie? And in The Mailbag, we try to answer the question: what does DCEU need to do moving forward to succeed.
In the News:
‘Stripes’ TV Series In Development, Nothing Will Ever Be New Again
The Next Quentin Tarantino Movie Officially Lands at Sony
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Will be the Longest ‘Star Wars’ Movie
Cinefamily Will Permanently Shut Down In Wake of Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
‘Catch-22’ Miniseries on the Way; George Clooney to Star and Direct
Martian Manhunter Movie Could Happen, Says ‘Justice League’ Producer
In The Mailbag: Mike S writes in “Justice League is obviously a course correction for the DCEU. I think even Peter would admit while it can be fun (which is saying something coming off BvS) it isn’t the great Justice League movie we deserve. What does the DCEU need to do going forward?
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