The MovieFilm show hits double-digits! For our blockbuster tenth episode, we talk up the latest developments on the Star Wars front, debate Joseph Gordon-Levitt possibly donning Batman's cape-and-cowl in the Justice League movie, get cautiously optimistic for how X-Men: Days of Future Past is shaping up, and decide that our excitement for the Boy Meets World spin-off means we're hopelessly stuck in the '90s. It doesn't stop there, though. There's also my exclusive interview with Rich Handley, author of the new book, A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon.
In new releases, we have lengthy discussions on Steven Spielberg's latest opus, Lincoln, and the new James Bond flick, Skyfall, with Brian and Sean putting their heads together and attempting to stump me, the self-proclaimed Bond-spert, with a 007 trivia assault. Yep, just another fun episode of the MovieFilm Podcast. You can stream it below, or download it at the link. As always, send us your questions, comments and concerns at MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com or our official Facebook page, and make sure to write up a review at iTunes if the fancy strikes. Enjoy!
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