/Filmcast Ep. 437 – Blade Runner 2049 (GUEST: C. Robert Cargill, Author of Sea of Rust)

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This week, DavidJeff, and Devindra welcome C. Robert Cargill to discuss Blade Runner 2049Buy Cargill’s Sea of Rust on Amazon or wherever books are sold.

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  • Blade Runner
  • SPOILERS (56:15)
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/Filmcast Ep. 436 – American Made (GUEST: Lindsey Romain)

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This week, DavidJeff, and Devindra discuss the tennis drama Battle of the Sexes, get amazed by Gerald’s Game, and praise the second season of Better Things. Special guest Lindsey Romain joins us for our review of American MadeWatch the “Papyrus” sketch on SNL.

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  • David: Battle of the Sexes
  • Devindra: Gerald’s Game, Neo Yokio, Top of the Lake S2
  • Jeff: Better Things, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Blade Runner: The Final Cut
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  • American Made
  • SPOILERS (1:17:00)
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Conan invented his own ‘Carpool Karoake’-type segment with Tom Cruise as the first, really uncomfortable guest

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Never expect to see Tom Cruise on a late night show again.

The action star went on Conan yesterday in the hopes of doing something like The Late Late Show’s James Corden’s carpool karaoke or Seinfeld’s “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,” but Conan surprised him with his own version of car fun — hours of uninterrupted driving.

It’s as cringeworthy as it sounds.

Over the course of the painfully slow 11-minute compilation, which is mostly Conan telling Tom to be quiet so he can concentrate on driving, the late night host convinces Cruise he was in An Officer and a Gentleman, he continues to drive despite the star’s requests for a bathroom stop, and Cruise is lulled into a 45-minute nap. Read more…

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Ep. 434 – mother! (GUEST: Andy Signore from Screen Junkies)

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This week, DavidJeff, and Devindra discuss this year’s Emmy wins, ponder the commitment of American Vandal to the bit, and offer their interpretations of Darren Aronofsky’s mother!. Special guest Andy Signore joins us from Screen Junkies.

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  • Devindra: Ingrid Goes West Top of the Lake S2, American Vandal
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/Filmcast Ep. 429 – Atomic Blonde (GUEST: Britt Hayes from ScreenCrush)

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DavidJeff, and Devindra are joined by Britt Hayes from ScreenCrush to review Atomic Blonde. Check out Britt’s review of the film. 

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  • (30:15) SPOILER

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Modern Family Actress Sarah Hyland to Guest Star on Shadowhunters

Modern Family Actress Sarah Hyland to Guest Star on Shadowhunters

Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland to guest star on Shadowhunters

In a world full of Shadowhunters, Demons, Vampires, Werewolves, Seelies and Warlocks, the Shadow World welcomes one more into the fold, as Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland joins the cast for a special guest appearance during the summer season. Hyland’s character will be revealed at a later date. The summer premiere of Shadowhunters, airs Monday, June 5 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform and on the Freeform app.

In the summer premiere of Shadowhunters, Shadowhunters and Downworlders are picking up the pieces after Valentine’s attack at the Institute. Downworlder numbers are down, and the different packs and clans debate on what they must do to survive. With Valentine in custody, the Institute is on high alert, but Jace carries the heaviest burden of all due to his part in igniting the Soul Sword and the secret he is keeping from Clary. But Jace and the Shadowhunters don’t have much time to mourn, as a Greater Demon is loose in Manhattan.

RELATED: Shadowhunters Season 3 Greenlit by Freeform

Meanwhile, Izzy’s struggles on the road to recovery when she encounters Sebastian, a mysterious stranger, as Simon tries to understand his new Daylighter status.

Shadowhunters is produced by Constantin Film and executive produced by Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, McG, Michael Reisz, Matt Hastings, Mary Viola, Martin Moszkowicz and Robert Kulzer. The series stars Katherine McNamara as Clary Fray, Dominic Sherwood as Jace Wayland, Alberto Rosende as Simon Lewis, Emeraude Toubia as Isabelle Lightwood, Matthew Daddario as Alec Lightwood, Isaiah Mustafa as Luke Garroway, and Harry Shum Jr. as Magnus Bane.

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Women and Minorities are Hired Less, Paid Less in L.A.’s Creative Sector (Guest Column)


Even as Hollywood celebrates an inclusive Oscar night, female and diverse candidates “are less likely to be hired, and when they do get jobs, often earn less” in film, TV and other creative fields, according to a Milken Insitute study of city employment data.

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