Welcome to the newest episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week, special guest and The Film Stage editor-in-chief Jordan Raup joins associate editor Nick Newman, staff writer Danny King and I to discuss the surprising trend of delayed or stalled Hollywood movie projects.
Then we discuss the romantic drama of Sarah Polley‘s hipster-laden Take This Waltz, starring Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen. To end we give our picks for upcoming theatrical and home video releases, including Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, Brave, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Then, as a special treat, we give you our top selections of things we watched on our own this week. Stream below or click to download (right-click and save as…).
0:00 – 16:26 – Introduction and discussion of stalled movie productions
16:26 – 52:54 – A brief discussion of Adam Sandler and That’s My Boy, and the Take This Waltz review
52:54 – 1:09:05 – Top Picks for the week ahead and closing remarks
Opening music comes courtesy of Joy Division.
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