There is no living actor better than a dead James Dean, apparently. Kung Fury is now furiouser. Corridor Crew can see the future. Original Ghostbusters cast is coming back. A League of Their Own heads to the Amazon.

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Pete showed up for the Godzilla effects and was rewarded in hero shots. Steve preps for Rewind with Nina. We start watching a few shows on tv+ and see the most expensive time travel forest ever documented on media. Is Disney vaulting everything again?

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A series of 1-star reviews for things. Pirates is going to Chernobyl? Netflix testing variable playback speeds. Big box set for Little China. Go, NOW, Max for Studio Ghibli.

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Apple signs Alfonso. Someone’s suing someone over the Panama Papers… again. Kanye’s new thing. $1000 to watch 30 Disney movies in 30 days? That’s $33.333/movie! Never Surrender documentary looks terrific, if you can see it.

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According to Scorsese, a tomato does not equal cinema. Spielberg partners with the upcoming streaming service Quibi with a new property you can only watch at night. Throwing money at Jason Bourne with a spin-off TV series and a new film. Free Guy is coming.

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Spidey makes peace between Sony and Marvel. Go learn something about Salmon P. Chase. K.Feig is going to make a Star Wars movie. More Joker controversy. The Irishman is looking to be gold.

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Somehow we missed Battle at Big Rock. Also, old news. We haven’t been in the theater in a while. Steve insults Downton Abbey. Ad Astra isn’t for space people. AMC doesn’t know what “artisan” means.

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Lars trains with arrows. Steve finds Birdemic. Variety: “… the rare comic-book movie that expresses what’s happening in the real world.” RogerEbert.com: “In mainstream movies today, ‘dark’ is just another flavor.” Jessica Biel destroys a camera with an arrow. TitularLines on Twitter.

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Happy weekend everyone! If you haven’t seen The Joe Show, apropos of nothing, this might be a good weekend to check it out on Amazon; Steve reports Wind River is solid; Andy has Intolerance on blu-ray, and Pete’s talking about The Defenders; and this week on The List were celebrating Star Trek: The Voyage Home with our selection of favorite animal rescues!

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