Failed Movies That Need Reboots, Why This Summer Was Great For Movies, Star Wars, Neuromancer, Spide by SlashFilm   1 week ago

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On the August 11, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, we talk about a Neuromancer movie, Venom casting, more Hunger Games and Twilight movies, how The Amazing Spider-Man 3 was supposed to end, and more details about Leia and DJ’s roles in Star Wars: the Last Jedi. In the mail bag, we’ll talk about failed movies which Hollywood should reboot. And in our feature presentation, Hoai-Tran Bui joins me to explain why this Summer was one of the best in decades and what Hollywood should learn from it.
Ben Pearson and Brad Oman join Peter Sciretta for the News: 
‘Neuromancer’ Movie to Be Directed by ‘Deadpool’ Helmer Tim Miller
How ‘The Amazing-Spider Man 3’ Would Have Brought Norman Osborn Back to Life
‘Rogue One’ Star Riz Ahmed in Talks for ‘Venom’ Spin-Off, May or May Not Be Carnage
More ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Twilight’ Movies May Happen If Lionsgate Gets Its Way
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’: The Bond Between General Leia and Poe Dameron Explained
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’: More Details About Benicio del Toro’s Mysterious Character Revealed
In The Mailbag: Jordan from Massachusetts asks “What are some failed movies that you believe deserve to rebooted and given another shot?   The show has been great! Keep up the good work.”
Peter’s picks: Sound of Thunder, Timecop, The Last Starfighter
Ben’s picks: The Dark Tower, Harry Potter
Brad’s picks: John Carter, Wild Wild West
To submit questions to the mailbag, send them to peter@slashfilm.com. Please mention your name and general geographical location in case we mention the question on the air.
In Our Feature Presentation, Hoai-Tran Bui joins me to talk about Why the 2017 Summer Movie Season is the Best One We’ve Seen in Decades.
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