The Cinescape Podcast has been a passion that we’ve put a lot of time, effort and money into over the past two years. As we approach our second birthday, we wanted to give our fans an update on the show.
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Sadly, this past Thursday, July 20th, the beloved King of The Sweaties, Jon Schnepp passed away at the age of 51. Though Jon is gone, his legacy is sure to carry on through his work, his love, and his passion for all things in the nerd world.
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In today’s day and age, numerous celebrities have had the proverbial hammer brought down on them for their public comments and social media posts. Should James Gunn have been fired by Disney for his comments?
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From internet trolls to angry fan boys, the state of today’s movie-going and TV-watching public is larger and more diverse than ever before. With the ease of internet usage, are the fans and audiences for these projects causing too many problems for directors, producers, actors and studios?
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Scarlett Johansson seems to finally be getting her own solo Black Widow film after numerous appearances in other films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe dating back to her debut in Iron Man 2 back in 2010. Did Marvel miss the boat on the timing and placement of this film?
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The Movie Trivia Schmoedown on the Collider Video YouTube channel has been a battle of both wills and movie trivia knowledge since it’s inception in 2014 on the Schmoes Know channel. Bigger and better that ever, let’s recap the Collider Collision II special.
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In today’s society more than ever, is it possible to enjoy art and performances from celebrities, athletes and artists that have checkered pasts?
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