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  1. Starts May 27th soooo hyped!! @skillzdadirecta are you looking forward to it?
  2. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  3. Has anyone else here been watching After Life, Ricky Gervais's latest Netflix project? I thought we had talked about it on this board somewhere but I couldn't find a topic. Season 2 just launched on Netflix about a month ago. Here's a trailer for season 1 (NSFW language warning): I love the humanity and dark humor. Lots of existential questions handled with heart. Has anyone else been watching this?
  4. The new season airs April 15th 2020 with 10 new episodes!
  5. A new version of the legendary plague novel—starring Alexander Skarsgård, Whoopi Goldberg, James Marsden, and legions more—was in production just as COVID-19 hit. A preview of our worst nightmares.
  6. Medeah may be on to something here... I've heard that other productions may follow similar protocols... this is not gonna be feasible for low budget, indie productions though.
  7. We've now gotten four episodes so it's quite possible that you've heard of The Last Dance, ESPN's new 10 part documentary about Michael Jordan. The first episodes averaged over 6 million viewers, easily making it ESPN's highest rated documentary ever. It was always going to be a unique event. Primarily following the 97-98 Bulls season, the doc features two things that make it particularly special: lots of brand new interview footage with MJ himself, and a whole lot of never before seen video shot during that historic season. The then NBA films executive Adam Silver convinced MJ and the Bulls to allow video crews unprecedented access throughout the season, but with a catch: MJ and Silver agreed that neither could use the footage unless both agreed, and until now, he never has. Yahoo has a great article about what it took to convince MJ to do the project, but it seems that it mostly boils down to timing and producer Michael Tollin's preparation. Also, I think MJ still got final cut, so don't expect anything terribly cutting. As someone that maybe watches a few playoff and Finals games a year, both my wife and I have been very much enjoying it. After MJ agreed, it seems they got interviews with everyone they could possibly have wanted, from players and coaches to "former Chicago resident" Barack Obama. It also seems like they had the budget to use whatever songs they wanted for the needle drops (I particularly liked the Beastie Boys playing to a clip show of Denis Rodman), and the overall production value is excellent. If nothing else, it's kinda fun to just watch clips of MJ being great. My wife thinks the overall structure of the show is a bit convoluted. Each episode changes partial focus to another character in MJ's orbit, while also slowly working through the 97-98 season. The result is a lot of time jumps and edits, which I haven't had issues with, but I can understand if some do. I don't think there have been any crazy revelations in the first four episodes, and I don't really expect there to be. This series isn't exposing some great secret or pushing some shocking new narrative. It's just a very well made documentary about one of the most important sports icons in history. If you have even the smallest interest in sport, I recommend watching it. For those without access to ESPN, The Last Dance was made in partnership with Netflix, who will stream the whole series on July 19th.
  8. Has anyone else been watching this? There are six episodes out currently. I watched them all yesterday and it's a lot of fun. Gleeson and Wever have great chemistry.
  9. Timothy Olyphant cast in season 2 Katee Sackhoff Crazy how many people are going to be in this. Here are some notables revealed so far: Timothy Olyphant - Unknown character Katee Sackhoff - Bo-Katan Rosario Dawson - Ahsoka Tano Temuera Morrison - Boba Fett (and Captain Rex?) Michael Biehn - Unknown character
  10. Just as a heads up to anyone else who was looking forward to this as much as I was: Vulture did an interview with the "President of Entertainment Networks" for AMC, Sarah Barnett. That interview can be found here and contains a few interesting pieces of news about various AMC shows. The news about Better Call Saul is summed up in this article, but the gist of it is that they are delaying the next season until 2020 because Vince Gilligan is tied up with the Breaking Bad movie. It seems like a very reasonable thing to do, IMO; as much as I love binging on a season of BCS in the spring, I'd rather they delay it to ensure the standard level of quality. Also interesting is that they noted that this may be the last season of the show since Breaking Bad was also capped at five seasons and things are quickly catching up to where they were in that show.
  11. https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/community-table-read-dan-harmon-donald-glover-joel-mchale-1234601209/ This was a great episode. Not quite as good as its predecessor, Cooperative Calligraphy, but still good. Unfortunately, Walton Goggins won't be in on it so I guess Harmon will be reading his lines.
  12. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/altered-carbon-renewed-season-2-new-star-anthony-mackie-1130243 Also getting a new co-showrunner who worked on Fringe.
  13. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/star-trek-pike-spock-series-set-at-cbs-all-access-1294704
  14. Starring Ansel Eglefort and Ken Watanabe He'll direct the pilot with the option of doing more episodes. Mann is one of my favorite directors and I actually wondered what he was up to.
  15. https://comicbook.com/tv-shows/news/the-cw-schedule-fall-2020-shows-premieres-delay-covid-19/ Batwoman, The Flash, and Black Lightning will come back in January, and Superman & Lois will start in January; Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl will come back in the midseason, whenever that winds up being.
  16. A combination of North Carolina reneging on a tax rebate and "creative difficulties" led to the cancellation.
  17. Anyone else watching Gareth Evans' new TV miniseries Gangs of London? The writer/director of Merantau, The Raid: Redemption, The Raid 2, and Apostle is the co-creator and executive producer of this 9-episode miniseries about gangs in London. Evans also co-wrote and directed episodes 1 and 5. You can see a lot of The Raid and The Raid 2 in this film (particularly The Raid 2) and anyone who has been wanting more Raid-style fight scenes will definitely get their fill with this show. Episode 1 alone had two fantastic fight sequences (I'm on episode 4 currently). All episodes are already out and have aired in the UK. I highly recommend people check this show out.
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