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Friends Talking Nerdy Episode 27: Buffy The Vampire Slayer Discussion Part 2

Join Tim, Morah, and Jason as they bring Friends Talking Nerdy to LRM Online. Sit back and listen as they discuss some of their favorite characters and episodes from the first couple of seasons of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Subscribe to Friends Talking Nerdy at these links. iTunes Google Play Music Don’t forget to share […]

Motion Poster And New Clip In The Black Comedy Thoroughbreds

Fake crying is a talent. Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor Joy star in the hilarious dark comedy Thoroughbreds. Here’s the synopsis: Childhood friends Lily and Amanda reconnect in suburban Connecticut after years of growing apart. Lily has turned into a polished, upper-class teenager, with a fancy boarding school on her transcript and a coveted internship […]

Follow-Up To Netflix’s Making A Murderer Begins Filming

The next installment of Netflix’s true crime documentary, Making a Murderer, has begun filming. The second season will be titled, Convicting a Murderer. Released in 2015, but shot over a 10 year period, the show followed the story of Steven Avery, a man who spent 18 years of his life in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. […]

We’re Getting A Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Movie, But It Won’t Be As Awful As It Sounds

Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be a movie in the vein of The Emoji Movie — though that was my first thought upon reading the news. According to Variety, Fox Searchlight Pictures is going to produce Flamin’ Hot, which will chronicle the story of Richard Montanez. Don’t recognize the name. Well, we’re sure you’re […]

Shape Of Water Lawsuit Alleges The Film Stole From A 1969 Play

A lawsuit against the critically acclaimed Guillermo Del Toro film, The Shape of Water, claims the idea for the film was taken from a 1969 Paul Zindel play called Let Me Hear You Whisper. According to Variety, the lawsuit alleges: “Despite the glaring similarities between the Play and the obviously derivative Picture, Defendants never bothered to seek […]

Chris Tucker Says Rush Hour 4 Is Happening

Everyone remain calm. We know how upsetting the past decade or so has been without a Rush Hour film. For years, both Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker have expressed their interest in coming back to the roles that made a huge splash in the late-90s, but nothing ever came together. Like films like Bad Boys […]

Mission: Impossible – Fallout Wraps Filming

It’s never easy making a movie. There are countless potential problems, and the amount of logistics required to pull off a single shot is mind-boggling. Mission: Impossible – Fallout had a particularly difficult road to the big screen. Last year, its star, Tom Cruise broke his ankle performing a stunt that luckily made it into […]

Explosion Jones To Premiere Next Month On El Rey Network

El Rey Network has announced the TV debut of Explosion Jones starring Michael Madsen as Explosion Jones. The 12-part animated short series following the adventures of Bruce “Explosion” Jones, an ex-special forces commando turned rogue detective, first debuted on Go90 in September 2017. Explosion Jones will now make it’s TV debut with all 12-parts airing back […]

Halloween: The New Film Will Feel A Lot Like The Original, Says Michael Myers Actor

While I’m still not completely convinced that the world is ready for another Halloween film, there is one coming, and they do seem to be making all the right moves. Jamie Lee Curtis is back in the iconic role, and so is Nick Castle, the man who originally brought the terrifying murderous psychopath to the […]

LRM Rant: What’s The Point Of Sony’s Venom Movie?!

Laying all my cards on the table I just don’t get what Sony is playing at with this upcoming Venom movie? So after mulling this over for the past year, I think it’s time for an angry rant about it. Let’s break it down from what we know. No Spider-Man (Maybe)? Venom, appears to now […]

The Supernatural/Scooby-Doo Crossover To Premiere At PaleyFest

Seriously, what better pairing is there in TV than Supernatural and Scooby-Doo? And no, “anything else” isn’t an answer (at least not one I want to hear). Regardless of what you, me, Supernatural fans, or Scooby-Doo fans want, this crossover is happening next month. However, if you happen to be attending PaleyFest, it will be […]

X-Force Set to Shoot This October, Ryan Reynolds And Josh Brolin To Return

Not surprisingly, it looks like 20th Century Fox is assuming the best for their superhero film, The Untitled Deadpool Sequel. We’ve known for some time that they were going to move forward with an X-Force film following the release of Deadpool 2, but now, thanks to a new report from Production Weekly, we now know […]

Flashpoint: Rumored Cast, Villain, And Production Details Emerge

Don’t worry, Flash fans. Despite the countless delays, director turnovers, and rewrites, DC and Warner Bros. fully intend to give us that Flashpoint movie. But when are they hoping to do so, and what sort of things can we expect from it? That Hashtag Show has the scoop, and while any of it is subject […]

BREAKING: Joss Whedon Steps Down From Batgirl Movie

Well, this ain’t good for Batgirl. On the heels of a report that implied Batgirl could be one of the next big projects from DC Films, THR is now stating that director Joss Whedon has exited the project altogether. The reason? Whedon states that he simply doesn’t have a story in mind. Here’s what he […]

Black Panther Blows Past Another Avengers Record

Can Marvel’s Black Panther become the all-time, top-grossing superhero movie? It certainly has an impressive trajectory, and it just took down another superhero movie record. The Avengers (2012) still holds the box office record at $623 million domestically ($1.5 billion worldwide). Show More Summary

Why You Should Stop, Drop & Watch The CW’s Black Lightning

When The CW and DC Entertainment officially announced the order for Black Lightning in 2017, I am sure that a lot of people out probably wrote it off as I suspect that a little bit of superhero fatigue may be starting to set into audiences. Especially if you think of the amount of series that […]

Thor: Ragnarok – Hilarious Deleted Scenes Shows Original Doctor Strange Encounter

If the trailers for these big blockbuster movies are any indication, a film changes a hell of a lot between its production and release. We’ve all seen stuff in trailers that are nowhere to be seen in the finished product, and it’s always interesting to see the journey from one iteration to another. Thor: Ragnarok […]

New A Wrinkle In Time TV Spot Shows Off ‘The It’

Disney has just released a brand-new TV spot for upcoming dark fantasy, A Wrinkle in Time. In this new spot, we get to see a lot more luscious visuals, including that of “the It.” The It seems to be this dark, evil force that is set to spread itself throughout the Earth. It looks like […]

Aquaman Has Reportedly Screened, Here’s What A Couple Audience Members Thought

What can we expect from DC’s next film, Aquaman? To say that the DCEU has been a bit of a disappointment for people is an understatement. With each passing film, it seems impossible to guess how good a film will be. Leading up to Suicide Squad, it seemed possible that DC was rectifying Batman v […]

Cowboy Ninja Viking Gets Script Rewrite By Thor: Ragnarok Writer

Chris Pratt and Michelle MacLaren are shooting Universal’s Cowboy Ninja Viking this summer…too bad they don’t have a final script yet. The comic book adaptation, about assassins with multiple personality disorders, has drawn a lot of attention in Hollywood and already has a street date. That’s a lot of pressure to heap on a production […]

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