Actors Most Born To Play Their Hero Role, Frozen Short Angers Some Fans – The John Campea Show

On this episode of The John Campea Show (Recorded Saturday, November 25th 2017) John discusses the following topics:

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PATREON Supporter Brad Stowell – Hey John! I work at a movie theater and guests have been complaining about the 21 minute Frozen short before Coco. People pay to see a certain movie but have to sit through 18 minutes of previews plus this. They have to wait almost 40 minutes after the showtime to start their film. Are these complaints valid? Do studios show the shorts before critic screenings?

Zo Arroyo – I live in the Philippines, and with the recent re-release of Titanic and the re-release of Close Encounters this year, I was wondering why these re-releases don’t have a worldwide theatrical run?

Kyle Luebbe – Will CBMs ever create new, original heroes or villains? Or will we continue seeing pre-existing characters because they’re easier to market, and because studios aren’t afraid to take liberties with such characters?

Charlie – Big fan from the UK watch every day. My question is with a lot of cinema chains now doing unlimited cards for a monthly subscription how does that affect box office numbers for opening weekend grosses and lifetime grosses?

Stifler’s Dad – You mentioned your holly trinity of actors born to play their superhero roles. I remember it was Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds and Robert Downey jr. But what about Wesley Snipes as Blade? I still can’t imagine a better suit for a role of Blade than Wesley. I remember Sticky Fingaz also embodied that character but it still wasn’t as good.


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