Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Villains with scars, MPAA trouble
Nov 30th, 2018 by slashfilmdaily
On the November 30, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Scars on Film Villains, MPAA trouble.
Opening Banter: Peter was out yesterday due to power outages in southern California, which apparently has no real infrastructure against rain.
In The News:
- Ben: ‘The Mandalorian’ Adds Nick Nolte To Grumble and Scowl His Way Through the ‘Star Wars’ Universe
- Peter mentions Everything We Learned From The Russo Brothers About ‘Infinity War’, ‘Avengers 4’ and ‘Star Wars’
- Chris: Chris Evans May Not Be Done With Captain America Yet, Says the Russo Brothers
- Ben: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Early Buzz: As Expected, Pretty Much Everyone Loves This Movie
- Chris: ‘Daredevil’ Cancelled By Netflix
- Ben: What Is The Future of ‘Daredevil’? Can Canceled Netflix Marvel Shows Continue on Disney+?
- Chris: ‘The House That Jack Built’ Unrated Screening Broke MPAA Rules and IFC Films is in Hot Water
- Ben: British Film Institute Says It Won’t Fund Movies That Depict Villains With Facial Scars
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