On this episode of The John Campea Show (Recorded Tuesday, November 14th 2017) John discusses the following topics:
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Jeremy Morris – I read that the video game Hitman is going to be a tv series on hulu. Is this true? If so, do you think the tv show can succeed where the movies didn’t? I thought the second one was ok but neither hit it out of the park. Your thoughts?
Abram Ren – hey John big fan i see all your videos everyday i wanted to ask since the dark universe seems about dead at this point do you think it would be a good idea if blumhouse took over and made low budget horror movies with the universal monsters?
Matthew Fraser – On a previous show, you talked about Disney having to spend billions to buy Netflix. My question is, wouldn’t Disney removing their content from the service cause a large enough decline in subscription total to make a noticeable loss.
Simone Umba – With Avatar supposedly set to release in 2020, it adds to the list of upcoming releases. Fast 9, Indiana Jones 5, Godzilla vs. Kong. Would it be risky for a studio to set a release date for a movie in 2020 now since it’s so tight pack now? Could Avatar push it’s release up against an upcoming film?
Linda Marccini – With Ben Affleck sounding more and more like his days as Batman are numbered (Looks like you were right all along) my question isn’t who should replace him because I know you hate those questions, but rather who should they replace. Replace Affleck as Bruce Wayne, or replace Bruce Wayne as Batman. Nightwing? Joseph Gordon Levitt’s character? Thomas Wayne as Batman?
Roberto DeSalva – As anticipated the Wonder Woman sequel has moved to November. But with it being announced that both Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot are locked to return, does that mean WB reached an agreement with Brett Ratner to not produce Wonder Woman 2 since Gadot said she wouldn’t do the movie otherwise?
Walter Da Silva – I am a huge movie fan and love the superhero genre. I am starting to hear more chatter about the Infinity War trailer in my opinion if it drops this week that will be nothing more than a bully tactic. I love the MCU but I would disappointed in them and wait a few weeks after IW comes out before I go see and give the theaters a bigger piece of the pie as my protest. What do you think?