On today's episode of The Reel, the hosts discuss the possibility of Daniel Radcliffe playing Wolverine, the new BBC "Planet Earth" documentaries and Thomas Middleditch joining the cast of "Zombieland 2." The show was done in the memory of Oreo the Raccoon, who was the real life model for Rocket Raccoon in "Guardians of the Galaxy."
On today's episode of "The Reel," the hosts discuss their picks to play Batman now that Ben Affleck is out as the caped crusader. They also talk about their favorite trailers that released during the Rams vs. Patriots Super Bowl, Chris spoils "Good Will Hunting" for David and the hosts rank their favorite sports movies of all time.
On Today's show the hosts, joined by special guest Matt Johnson, discussed movie and TV show news including The Kim Possible remake, Golden Globes Winners, and the new 101 Dalmatians Remake. The hosts also discussed Aquaman, Into the Spiderverse, and Holmes and Watson.
In this week's episode, the hosts discuss Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving and how Woodstock is a cannibal, as well as other movie and TV news. The hosts also talked about their thoughts on the new Fantastic Beasts movie, and movies they are ashamed they haven't seen.
In Today's episode of The Reel, David and Chris are joined by guest Jerry Feaser, and talk about the current movie and tv news, including Toy Story, Shrek, Alf, Breaking Bad and Star Wars. The hosts also discussed Dances With Wolves, The Grinch, and Bohemian Rhapsody.
On Today's Episode of the Reel, David, Chris, and Jared move through the weeks movie and tv show news, including Game of Thrones spinoffs, It Chapter 2, and The Netflix series being developed by the Obamas. The Hosts also discussed the 2002 Scooby Doo Movie and tried to portray it in a positive light in the Segment "The Bottom Tomato." Next week the hosts will discuss both Dances with Wolves as well as Shark Boy and Lava Girl.
On todays episode we introduced ourselves as well as exciting new ideas that we have for the show, we moved through the current movie and tv news like the cancellation of several Netflix shows, the current state of Disney and their live action exploration, as well as a childhood favorite show Courage the Cowardly Dog.
This week, Logan and Brandon give their reviews on their movie of the week as well as debate the future of the country's number one streaming service.