Jordan Peele, Star Wars, S-Town, Wonder Woman 1984, Man Alive, Amazon & More
Jun 13th, 2018 by slashfilmdaily
On the June 13, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest news, including a Jordan Peele Gargoyles movie, an S-Town film, DC movie changes, Man Alive, Amazon’s new stand-up comedy series, Wonder Woman 1984, and George Lucas’ original plan for the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
At The Water Cooler:
- Ben has been gone for a while and catches us up on what he’s been up to: visiting family in Florida (parents’ new house), traveling to Key West (jet skis, kayaks, Hemingway house, Captain Tony’s), watching Game Night, The Death of Stalin, and Westworld, and reading Something Wicked This Way Comes
In the News:
- Brad - ‘S-Town’ Podcast is Becoming a Movie from ‘Spotlight’ Director Tom McCarthy
- HT - Warner Bros. Considers New Label for Its Darker Comic Book Films as the Direction of the DC Movies Shifts Again
- Ben (og Chris) - ‘This Is America’ and ‘Atlanta’ Director Hiro Murai Helming Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Man Alive’
- Brad - Amazon Announces New Documentary Series on the Competitive World of Stand-Up Comedy
- HT - ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Title Revealed, First Look at Steve Trevor’s Return
- Ben - Jordan Peele Reportedly Wants to Direct a ‘Gargoyles’ Movie at Disney
- Brad - George Lucas Teases the Direction of His Abandoned ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Trilogy
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