Screen Echo Podcast #83 – Film News October

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EPISODE 83

FILM NEWS OCTOBER 10/31

This Week’s Episode

You know, we bet all of these old actors who haven’t graced the silver screen in years are happy about returning to the old franchises that they once hated. Mark Hamill said he’d never play Luke again in Star Wars, yet, here we are. Jamie Lee Curtis is coming back to the franchise that made her a star with the Halloween reboot that’s coming. So I guess it’s only a matter of time before she comes back for James Cameron’s True Lies 2. That’s not real. Is it? Please, God. No.



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THE SCREEN ECHO PODCAST


Movies, television, video games and everything in between. Jacob, Joshua and Mike may not know a lot about life, but they sure as hell act like they know a lot about visual entertainment and they’re here to give “Hollyweird” what for!

Discussing everything from news to reviews, these hosts give their two cents on all things movie, television and video game related. Think of it as just three somewhat geeky dudes talking about pointless stuff at a round table while the crushing Southern summer heat burns their faces off.

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