Cinema Squad Podcast – Episode #31!

Welcome to the Cinema Squad Podcast – Episode #31!

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The Cinema Squad is a weekly Movie News Podcast brought to you by insiders currently working within the industry.  On this episode, we are discussing the week of September 19th – 25th 2016.  Check it out below:

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This episode we discuss:

CINEMA SQUAD 9/25/16

UPDATES, CORRECTIONS, & TIDBITS

  • New trailers released for: “The Whole Truth,” “Passengers,” “Allied,” “Smurfs: The Love Village,” “Fist Fight,” & “Ghost in the Shell”
  • Paramount delays “Rings” to Feb. 3, 2017
  • Paramount also delays “Friday the 13th” to Oct. 13, 2017
  • Bill Hader to voice Alpha 5 in “Power Rangers” Movie

THE BOX OFFICE REPORT
1st with $35-Million is Magnificent Seven
2nd with $21-Million is Storks
3rd with $15-Million is Sully
4th with $6-Million is Bridget Jones’s Baby
5th with $5-Million is Snowden

THEATER – NETFLIX – OR NEVER
Opening next weekend we have “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” – “Deepwater Horizon” – “Masterminds” – “American Honey”

THE HOT LIST

  • Jared Leto starring in & producing an Andy Warhol biopic, titled “Warhol.”
  • Jamie Dornan to play Will Scarlet in Lionsgate’s “Robin Hood: Origins.”
  • New Line has landed the film rights to the mobile game app “Fruit Ninja.”
  • Jake Gyllenhaal & Carey Mulligan to star in “Wildlife,” written & directed by Paul Dano in the actor’s directing debut.

TRIVIA – CURTIS HANSON TRIBUTE
This week we lost a legendary filmmaker when director Curtis Hanson died at the age 71. For some time, Curtis had been battling a rare terminal condition known as Frontotemporal Degeneration (or FTD).  On Tuesday, September 20th, Curtis sadly passed away in his home. It feels only right to honor this incredible director with some Cinema Squad Trivia.

DEVELOP, DITCH, OR TURNAROUND

  • Amy Pascal’s Pascal Pictures acquired Christopher Cosmos’ “American Rebel.”
  • Jason Moore to direct “Goodbye For Now,” an adaptation of the Laurie Frankel book.
  • Karyn Kusama will direct Fox’s horror movie “Breed,” based on the Chase Novak novel of the same name.

Closing Segment: Movies into TV Series 

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