Glass: Why It Left Fans Split

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As usual, we discuss the upsets in the box office. The limited run for Dragon Ball Super: Broly broke through the top 5! Who would’ve thought that?

This weekly news tells us that we’re getting a Ghostbuster’s sequel! Rumor has it that that the entire original cast is in for it. The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer has been released! And we have some questions about it that we discuss during this episode. We also wrote a blog post discussing the easter eggs we found in the trailer, which you can check out here.

Apparently, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is to be rebooted… yet again. We discuss our thoughts during this episode as well as more detailed in this blog post. McQuarrie and Cruise return for Mission Impossible 7 and 8. And how about that Brightburn poster?

Disney is moving forward with the live-action Hunchback of Notre Dame, produced by Josh Gad. We were surprised by John Wick 3 trailer. Is this possible the end of John Wick? Finally, Netflix is set to raise their prices. How much is too much?

This week we discussed in-depth, Glass, the latest film by M. Night Shyamalan. How does it connect to Unbreakable and Split? And what about that twist? Listen more about it in this episode. Need more? Read about the journey to Glass on the Back Lot 605 blog.

Join us next week where we share our thoughts on the Oscar nominations!

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About the Author
Brian is one of the co-founders of Back Lot 605. Movies have always been a passion of his. Some of his closest friends call him a walking movie database. He grew up watching classics like Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, and Star Wars. He has a soft spot for good classics like The Sting, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Sound of Music, & The Wizard of Oz. Brian enjoys a good comic book movie any day and loves The Marvel Cinematic Universe. He has a nerd crush on Kevin Smith, Quentin Tarantino, & Robert Rodriguez. He has been married for ten years and has two handsome twin sons.
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