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Between The Streams


Mar 31, 2017

Batgirl; Ghost in the Shell; The Boss Baby; Stephen King; IT; Dark Tower; Star Trek: Discovery; War of the Planet of the Apes; Spider-Man: Homecoming; Venom; Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets; Game of Thrones; True Detective; Curb Your Enthusiasm; Silicon Valley; Billy Eichner to American Horror Story; Oscar changes; Iron-Fist.

  • BATGIRL GETS A MOVIE: Joss Whedon has crossed the divide from Marvel, to DC. He is reportedly finalizing a deal to write, direct and produce a Batgirl movie.
  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREVIEW: Ghost in the Shell has had a lot of controversy surrounding it, but will it turn into a good movie? Also....The Boss Baby.
  • BEST STEPHEN KING MOVIE EVER?: We try to tackle this daunting question, which is really difficult to answer. The new trailer for IT is really promising, with an 80s spin, as opposed to the original mini-series.
  • DARK TOWER: Another delay has been announced for the release date of this Idris Elba starring, movie. Is it a bad sign, or is it just that it's a complicated film to pull off?
  • STAR TREK DISCOVERY CASTING NEWS: Rainn Wilson will be bringing a character from the TOS back to life. Harry Mudd was a con artist and he might be just the right guy to play him in the new series.
  • WAR OF THE PLANET OF THE APES: The new trailer looks great and reveals some more of the plot of the newest movie in the series. The question is, does it reveal too much?
  • SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING: We finally get our first look at the new movie and we learn a lot about it's main villain, Vulture. 
  • VENOM START OF R-RATED MCU?: Sony is really going after the side characters from the Spider-Man universe. Turning Venom into a horror movie franchise may be the best way to differentiate itself from the rest of the MCU.
  • VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS: The latest trailer gives a great look at the city itself, Alpha. The verdict: lots and lots of aliens.
  • HBO UPDATES: Game of Thrones shows off the main characters and we make a prediction on who will win; True Detective may yet get another season; Curb finishes shooting and Silicon Valley returns soon.
  • BILLY EICHNER'S YEAR: American Horror Story is bringing Billy Eichner to the newest season in a 6-7 episode role. This is enough for us to give AHS another shot.
  • OSCAR PRODUCERS PLAN NOT TO RUIN OSCARS: We all witnessed the incredibly awkward ending to this year's Oscars and now producers have put forth a multi-part plan to avoid a fiasco next time.
  • IRON-FIST: It's been bagged on as the worst thing ever, but Greg would like to give it a different spin, which could make viewing it a lot more enjoyable.