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The Boxoffice Podcast is your #1 resource for news and analysis about movies and the movie business. We'll be your guide through these evolving and sometimes disruptive times. While breaking down film headlines, exploring box office results, and chatting with studio & cinema executives, we'll discuss all aspects of movies and entertainment. By movie lovers for movie lovers!
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Bodega Box Office

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A podcast about movies and the rappers who make them. Hosted by Ryan and Anthony and Sean. Sometimes we cover musicians in movies also. New episodes drop every three weeks. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/bodegaboxoffice--1441069/support.
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Box Office Pulp

Cody Alf, Jamie Lewis, Mike Napier

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Delve into the intricacies and atrocities of the silver screen with the BOP Crew! We plumb the depths of cinematic pop culture to bring you reviews on new releases and classics alike — be they obscure indie gem or loud blockbuster; audio commentary tracks that deep-dive beloved (and not-so-beloved) movies and franchises; and a merry band of industry guests ranging from actors, writers, directors, and more! Tired of all the snide and negative movie podcasts? Here, we stick to what we like and ...
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Box Office Culture

United Theatre Podcast Network & Tony Nunes

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Join Tony Nunes in an ongoing discussion on film, television and streaming programs on Box Office Culture. Working at a theatre has its perks, and a big one is getting to work with people who live and breathe cinema. On BOC, Tony talks with guests about everything from pre-production to box office ticket sales, and you are invited to join them!
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It's not a podcast about bad movies. It's a podcast about movies that did badly. Join comedians Jon Drake (@drakegatsby) and Ian Dukes (@ianpauldukes) as they dig up the bombs that shook Hollywood. Every episode reviews a movie that lost money at the box office and tries to figure out what went wrong.
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We are two friends who love talking about your favorite movies from the big blockbuster pictures to indie dramas. We cover new weekly releases so you can listen to the latest movie reviews!
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The Queer Quadrant

The Queer Quadrant

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Four-quadrant films are movies designed to appeal to the biggest, widest audience possible. In the process, they can often leave out a lot of LGBTQ+ representation – but end up loaded with subtext. In The Queer Quadrant, hosts Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafson examine cinema in all its cultural contexts, and explore why your favorite four-quadrant blockbuster is maybe…not as straight as you think it is.
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Enjoy discussing movies and having a laugh? Join James & Nayan through the world of films, box office and streaming. From blockbuster hits to indie flicks, we've got you covered. Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@moviegainz
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Eat.Sleep.Movie.Repeat

Brent Harbour and Ross Churchouse

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A Podcast about Movies from Cathay Cinemas Kerikeri And Lido Cinema Hamilton. Brent Harbour and Industry Insider Ross Churchouse talk about Classic Movies, New Releases and make Box Office Predictions!
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Box Office Bombs is a podcast created by John Craighead and Zach Smorch, reviewing the worst performing new release films at the box office. Check out our content at www.criticalfilmstudies.com
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A Very Good Year

Jason Bailey & Michael Hull

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“Fun City Cinema” hosts Jason Bailey and Mike Hull proudly present “A Very Good Year,” a podcast with a simple premise: each week we invite a guest (filmmakers and actors, critics and historians, comedians and musicians) who loves movies, and ask them to select their favorite year of movies. Some pick a year from their movie-going past; some go deep into film history. Whichever the case, we spend (about) an hour talking about that year: we ask them to share their top five films of the year, ...
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Featuring Alabama softball radio broadcasters Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson, Out of the Box is one of the newest available college softball podcasts. The guys will talk about the national landscape, the SEC, and Alabama softball each episode, plus special guests from around the sport will frequently stop by for a conversation. There will be entertaining segments, informative debates, and lots of fun. Check it out! Make sure you follow the show on Twitter @OutoftheBox_Pod! Support this po ...
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Batter's Box Office

All Talk, No Balk!

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The All Talk, No Balk! podcast has become the Batter's Box Office — a brand new podcast where hosts Heather and Maddie discuss different baseball-themed movies each week, from the classics to the comically horrible. For more baseball content, visit alltalknobalk.com!
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Box Office Bros

Box Office Bros.

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Welcome to Box Office Bros, Corey Osborne (@OsborneInACabin) and Chance Oliver (@Coliver405) are the bros with the best film commentary around. Every week we delve into the freshest movie news, we got the hottest of takes around and we'd love for you all to tweet any topics you'd like to get covered during the podcast. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/boxofficebros/support
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New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop. For more of Slate’s culture podcasts, check out the Slate Culture feed.
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Are you ready for a revolution in film criticism? Kevin Carr and hosts the syndicated radio program Fat Guys at the Movies, with podcasts of the show available through iTunes each week. Kevin gives a unique perspective on film beyond the snobby, pretentious art-house circles. Do you like big event films with lots of awesome explosions? Or maybe you like a standard chick flick. Of course, Kevin is always there to appreciate an exploitation movie with copious amounts of boobs. Hear an everyday ...
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Welcome to Entertainment News Daily, brought to you by Brief! Our AI selects the latest stories and top headlines and then delivers them to you each day in less than ten minutes (for more details, visit www.brief.news/how-it-works). Stay in the loop with the latest updates in the world of entertainment, including celebrity gossip, movie releases, music news, and more. Whether you're a dedicated entertainment enthusiast or simply curious about the latest trends, Entertainment News Daily is yo ...
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How much money a movie makes drives so much in Hollywood. Which sequels get greenlit, which franchises get rebooted, and how the theater chains try to combat streaming services all comes down to the almighty dollar. But sometimes the industry jargon can be a bit intimidating to new Box office nerds. That's where we come in - From the Avengers: Endgames to the Mortal Engines of the world, the Box Office Watch Podcast is here to break down the financial outcome of each weekend at the box offic ...
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Want to be entertained throughout the week? The Fat Guys Network is here to provide you with hours of weekly programming that will wrap around you like a warm, fleshy Snuggie. Get movie reviews on Fridays, television talk on Mondays, DVD and Blu-ray picks on Tuesday, off-beat and offensive comedy on Wednesday and movie discussion throughout the weekends, all with an irreverent silliness with plenty of humor and fun. From the flagship show Fat Guys at the Movies to newer podcasts like OSNAP! ...
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We Hate Movies

WHM Entertainment

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Since 2010, the We Hate Movies podcast has been loudly celebrating and tearing apart movies from across the spectrum: from forgotten '80s actioners and insane romantic comedies of the '90s, to the early CGI blockbusters of the aughts and the hyper-nostalgic franchises of the 2010s and today. Every week, comedians Andrew Jupin, Stephen Sajdak, Eric Szyszka, and Chris Cabin pick a movie from the near-past to discuss and joke around about in all its positive and negative glory.
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Shrink The Box

Sony Music Entertainment

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Ever wondered why Frasier Crane is such a snob? How Tyrion Lannister’s bawdy humour saves him in Game of Thrones? What makes Schitts Creek’s Moira Rose a narcissist? ‘Shrink the Box’ is where actor comedian Ben Bailey Smith and psychotherapist Nemone Metaxas put their favourite fictional characters such Tommy from Peaky Blinders and Sydney from The Bear on the couch - to analyse why their behaviour causes them so much drama. Nemone and Ben explore why these characters make certain decisions, ...
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The podcast formerly known as 'BuzzHub's Box Office Buzz', we provide regular updates on what movies are worth seeing, and what movies are being seen. Follow us @frontseatcinema on Twitter and like 'Front Seat Cinema' on Facebook!
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Lively banter about entertainment industry news and in-depth interviews with directors, producers, writers and actors, hosted by award-winning journalist Kim Masters of The Hollywood Reporter.
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On this week’s show, the panel gets swept up by Twisters, and begins by discussing director Lee Isaac Chung’s standalone sequel starring Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones. (For the record, the original 1996 disaster flick, Twister, is a near-perfect, Gabfest-approved comfort watch). Sure, Chung’s reboot isn’t as weird as the original, and the moder…
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On this week’s show, the panel gets swept up by Twisters, and begins by discussing director Lee Isaac Chung’s standalone sequel starring Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones. (For the record, the original 1996 disaster flick, Twister, is a near-perfect, Gabfest-approved comfort watch). Sure, Chung’s reboot isn’t as weird as the original, and the moder…
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On this installment of Open Mic, John answers viewer questions and more! Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Welcome to Open Mic. A TJCS show where we just take your comments, theories an…
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(0:10): Sex and the City Reboot Sparks Buzz with Wild Fake Plot Leaks and Star-Studded Cast (1:57): Indie Films Shine: "Widow Clicquot" and "Oddity" Lead Box Office Success (3:49): Charli XCX's 'Brat' Redefines Rebellion: A Neon Green Wave of Authenticity and Empowerment (5:44): Agatha All Along Premieres Sept. 18: Kathryn Hahn Leads Magical Quest …
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With studios less sure how to reach audiences by the day, only one film has the answer to what people truly want: HUNDREDS OF BEAVERS. In the newest movie from Mike Cheslik and the team behind Lake Michigan Monster bring us a new descent into whimsy and madness in a film so ridiculous, we're convinced it stars Cody. Join Mike and Jamie as they talk…
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Show Notes In this episode of Box Office Receipts, I talk about: The winners at the Oscars including Oppenheimer and Poor Things Latest box office numbers Film reviews coming in from SXSW Disney has fired the creator of X-Men 97’ Casting updates Streaming updates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylercallahan95/ Threads: https://www.threads.net…
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Ryan McQuade (of AwardsWatch.com) joins Christina for a wide ranging discussion about Kevin Costner's four part, mega film project 'Horizon: An American Saga' and it's aftermath. Their thoughts on the first film. How will the lackluster reviews for part one and the slow box office affect the coming movies? They talk about filmmakers and their passi…
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In a Q&A with The Hollywood Reporter, Fargo and Mad Men star Jon Hamm proclaimed himself a “comic book nerd” and mentioned he is still in talks with both heads of Marvel and DC for roles as well as confirmed that he passed on The Green Lantern saying it was one he “definitely didn’t want to do.” Hamm even indicated he has a role selected at Marvel,…
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Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Please support the sponsors of today's show by using the links below and using our promo code where applicable for bonus deals! Miracle Made | Miracle …
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(0:10): Spotify Surges: Q2 Revenue Hits €3.81B, Net Profit Soars to €274M Amid Subscriber Growth and Price Hikes (1:35): Mattel Unveils Diverse Barbie Dolls: Blind Barbie and Black Barbie with Down Syndrome Champion Inclusivity (2:42): SAG-AFTRA Members Vote Overwhelmingly for Strike, Pressuring Major Gaming Companies on AI and Wage Protections (4:…
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It’s the Inevitable Return of the Russo Brothers to Marvel, Shogun Leads the Emmy Nominations, Twisters Spins Up a Big Box Office, and Trailers Galore Across the Multiverse. All of that and more coming up on this edition of Multiverse News! Welcome to Multiverse News, Your source for Information about all your favorite fictional universes. Russo Br…
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This week Bryan sits down with reporter Nico Lang to break down their recent Slate article ‘Anti-Trans “Bathroom Bills” Are Making a Major Comeback. Where’s the Outrage?.They delve into the concerning return of ‘Bathroom Bills’ and unpack what’s different this time around, why it’s taking root, and the larger strategy of this legislation. Learn mor…
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Candice Lim is joined by Patrick Hosken to discuss the downfall and disappearance of MTV News. In May 2023, Paramount Global laid off 25 percent of its workforce, which included MTV News staffers like Hosken. A year later, Hosken had a new job at Rochester’s CITY Magazine when he clicked on his own MTV News articles and discovered they were gone be…
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A key component to wellness is gut health. But what determines if you have a healthy gut? On this week’s episode of Well, Now, we dive into the fascinating world of the gut microbiome, a collection of bacteria and sometimes fungi that live in the human digestive system. We are provided with insight from Dr. Colin Hill, professor of Microbiology at …
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Paul Raci, Oscar nominated for his role in 2019's 'Sound Of Metal', is back on Pop Culture Confidential to talk about his phenomenal new film 'Sing Sing'! The film centers on a group of inmates putting up a play at the maximum security prison Sing Sing through (the real) Rehabilitation Through the Arts Program. Mr. Raci, who plays theater director …
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Once again we brought WAYYYYY too much context to the mound for MONEYBALL, a perfect film. If you want to hear Sean talk sports, Anthony display a stupid amount of knowledge about baseball and Ryan to rant about Joe Satriani to literally everyone's dismay, this is for you. A very good music video by Joe Satriani and Steve Vai that was referenced in…
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Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Please support the sponsors of today's show by using the links below and using our promo code where applicable for bonus deals! Miracle Made | Miracle …
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For this Money Talks, lawyer/podcaster Peter Shamshiri, co-host of If Books Could Kill, reveals the secrets of junk nonfiction to host Emily Peck. He explains why “airport books” like The Secret, Hillbilly Elegy, and The Tipping Point tend to be rife with non-advice, pseudoscience, and outright junk, and what that means for our culture at large. He…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: make the friendship bracelets. Or don’t. Like all relationships, friendships can grow, change… and, yes, end. Sometimes for good reason. But we romanticize the BFF as the goal – to find your person – and that might not be realistic. Author and podcast host Kristen Meinzer joins us to make the case for not needing …
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And just like that, it’s (almost definitely) Kamala. Her rise has fueled a whole species of internet memes—but the questions about her platform are serious. Guest: Scaachi Koul, Slate senior writer Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next family and across all your favorite Slate podcasts. Subs…
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Todd is looking for love, but he’s unsure about disclosing something in dating profiles: his multiple sclerosis. With symptoms that are increasingly visible, Todd feels compelled to be upfront about his disability with potential dates—but he doesn’t know when or how to discuss it. On this episode of How To!, Carvell Wallace brings on Jessica Slice …
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From a young age, James T. Morrison used drugs to help him feel better. He started with pills that were prescribed to him–medications like Xanax and Klonopin–but he soon moved on to basically whatever he could get his hands on. In this episode, James discusses his experience with substance use disorder, housing instability, and the criminal justice…
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Ben and Nemone discuss Tasha Jefferson, aka Taystee, from Orange is the New Black. We get fascinating insights into child states and how difficult they are to escape; attachment theory and why prison can be a better alternative to living in the outside world. Expect to laugh and cry while reliving one of the early bingeable series on Netflix. And i…
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“They always have to act like they’ve been through a civil rights march for nudity” - Chris on creepy movie guys On this week’s episode, the Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza goes to Comic Book Town as we welcome back our good bud, New York Times columnist, Jamelle Bouie to chat about a real landmark motion picture, 2000’s X-Men! How fantastic is it …
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Joel Anderson, Josh Levin, and the CBC’s Morgan Campbell check in on the WNBA at the halfway point of a historic season. They also talk about ESPN’s list of the 100 greatest pro athletes of the 2000s. Finally, they interview Rose Eveleth about their podcast Tested, on the history of sex testing in sports. WNBA (4:19): What’s the story with the new …
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Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Please support the sponsors of today's show by using the links below and using our promo code where applicable for bonus deals! Miracle Made | Miracle …
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**Thumbnail fan Photo Credit: Photo by @arifinity_/instagram** On this installment of Open Mic, John answers viewer questions and more! Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Welcome to Open…
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Film critic and O.G. AV Club member Noel Murray does not usually suffer from recency bias, but he thought it would be fun to glance back just five years to 2019, which gave us the hang-out pleasures of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” the stinging commentary of “Parasite,” and the shocks and thrills of “Us.” For show notes - including where to stre…
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This week, host Ronald Young Jr. talks to Darrin Bell, creator of the syndicated newspaper comic strip Candorville. In the interview, Darrin explains how hard it was to get Candorville picked up for syndication and how all newspaper comics artists face an up-hill battle to get published. He also talks about his routine for creating new strips every…
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In the hours after the assassination attempt on Donald Trump, conspiracy theories started circulating all over social media, often amplified by powerful voices on both sides of the aisle. It shows a complete breakdown of trust in institutions during a critical election. Guest: Drew Harwell, technology reporter at the Washington Post. Want more What…
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John Dickerson talks with author Roland Allen about his new book, The Notebook: A History of Thinking on Paper. They discuss the historical origins of notebooks, how to keep a notebook and their own personal journeys documenting their lives. If you enjoyed this conversation, you’ll love an exploration into John Dickerson’s notebooks with his podcas…
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Today, we’re bringing you an episode from our friends and colleagues over at What Next: TBD. Guest host, Cheyna Roth is joined by Ash Nelson, journalist and author of “The Lost Art of the DVD Extra” for Slate. The two discuss the downsides of the streaming era are coming into focus for movie fans—uncontrollable, changing libraries; lower fidelity; …
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Rated PG-13 Opens: July 19, 2024 Kevin says Twisters kinda rocks! Another reboot is roaring into theaters this weekend. TWISTERS isn’t a direct sequel to the 1996 original, but rather it follows two new groups of rival storm chasers studying tornadoes. With more and more powerful weather events happening, they try to save lives. Along the way, they…
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Rated PG-13 Opens: July 19, 2024 Kevin says Twisters kinda rocks! Another reboot is roaring into theaters this weekend. TWISTERS isn’t a direct sequel to the 1996 original, but rather it follows two new groups of rival storm chasers studying tornadoes. With more and more powerful weather events happening, they try to save lives. Along the way, they…
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Subscribe to The John Campea Show Podcast: Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4tNxvKxIIY8nKD9kU7nSiK Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-john-campea-show-podcast/id1090600339 Please support the sponsors of today's show by using the links below and using our promo code where applicable for bonus deals! Liquid I.V. | Faster Hy…
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(0:10): Comedy Legend Bob Newhart Passes at 94, Leaves Legacy of Laughter and Inspiration (1:52): Amazon Edits 'The Boys' Finale Amid Backlash, Adds Trigger Warning: Show Sparks Political Debate (3:54): HBO's 'Dune: Prophecy' Prequel Premieres in November, Unveiling Bene Gesserit Origins and Political Intrigue (5:33): Warner Bros Discovery Weighs M…
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The 2024 Emmy nominations are here, with lots of record-breaking nods and surprises to unpack — along with the strategy behind Disney’s acquisition of FX. What does the success of Shōgun and The Bear say about streaming? And does a new Bank of America report on Warner Bros. Discovery suggest… “unbundling”? Kim Masters and Matt Belloni break it down…
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In this episode, Carvell Wallace (author of Another Word for Love and host of Slate’s How To!) joins Prudie (Jenée Desmond-Harris) to answer letters from readers about how to cancel on family vacation plans that sound horrible to you, how to break it to your butch lesbian girlfriend that her friends might be misogynists, and how to convince your pa…
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After a tumultuous week of campaign news, Republicans wrapped their convention in Milwaukee by officially making former President Donald Trump their nominee. While President Joe Biden struggles with doubts within his own party, many in the G.O.P. believe there’s a new opportunity to reach out to Black voters. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Joh…
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Jordan and Brooke rev up their T-Bird and hit the road for an anniversary episode (crime spree not included). Topics include: feminism! Lesbianism! Dream cars! Thelma & Louise getting more butch as the movie goes on! The Criterion edition's double commentary! WOMEN!!! WOO!!!! Follow us on Twitter and IG! (And Jordan's Letterboxd / Brooke's Letterbo…
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It's June all summer! Christina talks to acting legend June Squibb. The 94 year old actor stars as Nostalgia in the summer's biggest hit 'Inside Out 2' and as Thelma in Josh Margolin's wonderful directorial debut. 'Thelma', about a grandmother determined to get justice after she's scammed out of ten thousand dollars, is a generational story and an …
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