On this episode of The John Campea Show (Recorded Tuesday, December 5th 2017) John discusses the following topics:
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Jerry Montgomery – I was one of the people who got frustrated at the Frozen short that played before Coco. Loved Coco, and the short wasn’t bad, but at north of 20 minutes long it just made for a lot longer evening for the kids than I was banking on. Did Disney actually hear the complaints and pull it from the screenings?
Hussain Shah – Hi John, congrats on 100,000 subs just waiting for the other 900,000 to find your fantastic channel. I’m wondering your thoughts on Netflix’s Oscar chances? Do you feel they’ll have a chance or do the academy just have a prejudice against online streaming? They’re releasing a film a week next year, surely one will get recognised at least.
Victor – Hi John, awesome show. Super baffled by 20th Century Fox’s decision to fire Bryan Singer from the Bohemian Rhapsody movie – especially after reading Singer’s comments about needing time for family health issues. Is this a smart move by 20th Century Fox? Why not keep him on board in some advisory capacity, whilst bringing in a co-director who can complete shooting? Something doesn’t add up… Thanks!
ZR J-Ro – My question was could Tarintino’s Star Trek be Rated R since most of, if not not all, of his movies are?
Rebecca VanDerween – I’m seeing a lot of excitement for Avengers Infinity War. The trailer was just amazing. But after the recent choke job of Justice League, should we be nervous that Infinity War could crash and burn like it did? Why should we feel confident that Avengers will work where Justice League failed?