On the newest episode of The Sneider Cut, your esteemed host Jeff Sneider weighs in on WB’s determination to switch up its free up technique for Tenet, and the newest additions to Netflix’s constellation of stars, together with Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington.
Jeff additionally talks in regards to the Rub and Tug TV sequence within the works from Our Lady J, the trio employed to direct Marvel’s Hawkeye sequence, Edgar Wright‘s new ghost flick and Noah Centineo‘s casting in Dwayne Johnson‘s DC film Black Adam.
Finally, Jeff critiques Dave Franco‘s The Rental and female-directed genre films such as Amulet, Relic and She Dies Tomorrow before closing the show with a few mailbag questions, including one about composers and another about Gosling’s more and more busy time table. Feel loose to electronic mail or DM Jeff with mailbag questions each Thursday.
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