Snark + Sarcasm = what you’re about to read. Remember last year when Josh Trank embarrassed himself via Twitter by dissing his own movie (Fantastic Four) before it even came out? Well, Alex Proyas, director of Gods of Egypt, apparently thought that his own airing of grievances over social media was a smart career move. Or
This week on the podcast, we each pitch what we think would be the ultimate Pixar movie. Creativity somewhat included.
We also review Gods of Egypt, Eddie the Eagle, and Fuller House (sort of). I’m joined by illustrator Kayla Savage, film writer Adonis Gonzalez, YouTube personality Maria Garcia, and a surprise guest…
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Do you think the Oscars matter? Also, what should we name our Pixar movie?
Directed by Alex Proyas, Gods of Egypt is a summer blockbuster conspicuously vying for your attention at the tail end of winter. Had this film been released in July, its long running time and frenetic fantasy set pieces may have been found a larger audience, and deservedly so. Gods of Egypt is a reimagining
Welcome to No More Questions, where I ask the actors you know and love everything you want to know and love… This week, let’s give a big round of Internet applause to sometimes-celebrated actor, Gerard Butler! *Note: No More Questions is satire. It does not reflect the actual views of Gerard Butler, Jon