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Justice League is here! + NEW “The Last Jedi” Pics!

November 19, 2017 in Episodes

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI
The Millennium Falcon

Tonight we discuse what went wrong with Justice League! Zodwriter, and Jackal both saw it, Johnny has not, and Jason Justice wasn’t on this week. But with this said both Jackal and Zodwriter both hated the movie but they aren’t very clear as who to blame for this one! Zod wants Marvel/Disney to blame while Jackal says this lays all on DC/WB for their mettling in. But more than this we also had talks about STAR WARS, and THOR 3!

So this was a pretty fun show overall…

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Star Wars CELEBRATION 2017! + Other stuff!

April 16, 2017 in Episodes

Tonight we cover STAR WARS Celebration 2017 in Orlando, and the new trailer for “The Last Jedi” which hit the world this weekend. Also we got to some other news during hour number 2! WE got to talk about the Thor 3 trailer, the casting of Cable in Deadpool 2, and much much more.

Tonight’s top 10 list is “Movies we love that other people hate….”

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The Force Awakes, and Shatters all records!

December 20, 2015 in Episodes

star-wars-force-awakens-official-posterTonight we had a full panel with Zodwriter checking out a bit early due to some tech issue. But for most of the show we had all 5 members on Zodwriter, Tha Jackal, Johnny Alpha, The Wolf, and Cali Guy. Also joining the call by the end was Alex 2.0 who finally is done with his life of crime. Yes he’s not stealing glasses from the dead anymore. OR so he claims…

Seriously tho tonight we spent the whole show talking about STAR WARS “The Force Awakens” now that it’s out, and we have all had a chance to see it we gave spoilers here so if you want to stay away from spoilers don’t listen to this episode until you have watched the film. But sit back, and enjoy our episode The Round Table show.

Box Office: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Opens to Record $238M for Cosmic $517M Global Launch

The Hollywood Reporter
December 20, 2015
By Pamela McClintock

J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattered numerous box-office records over the weekend, grossing $238 million in North America — the biggest opening of all time, not accounting for inflation — for a global launch of $517 million.

The previous biggest domestic opening was this summer’s Jurassic World with $208.8 million. Worldwide, Force Awakens scored the second-biggest start of all time behind Jurassic World ($524.9 million), which had the advantage of opening day and date in China. Force Awakens doesn’t debut in the world’s second-largest moviegoing market until Jan. 9.

 “Our sole focus has been creating a film that delivers that one-of-a-kind Star Wars experience, and director J.J. Abrams, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, and the Lucasfilm team have outdone themselves,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said in a statement.

Force Awakens’ international haul was $279 million, the No. 3 opening of all time behind Jurassic World ($316 million) and the final Harry Potter film ($314 million). It came in No. 1 everywhere, save for South Korea and Vietnam.

The movie’s stunning performance sets a new standard for how much the North American box office can expand when the right movie comes along, and puts even more pressure on Hollywood studios to eventize their tentpoles. It’s also a critical victory for Disney, which paid George Lucas $4 billion for Lucasfilm in order to get its hands on the Star Wars franchise.

Abrams’ movie, buoyed by nostalgia, glowing reviews and an A CinemaScore, obliterated the previous December record set by The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which debuted to $84.6 million in 2012. Moreover, overall revenue hit an all-time high, crossing $300 million for the first time ever. Mid-December isn’t known for big opening numbers, since many consumers are distracted by pre-Christmas preparations.

Read More: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailers Unveiled Opening Night

At this rate, there’s no telling how high Force Awakens will ultimately fly in terms of box-office revenue, since films over the year-end holidays can see huge multiples. James Cameron’s Avatar opened to $77 million on the same weekend in 2009 on its way to becoming the top-grossing film of all time with $2.79 billion in global ticket sales, including $760.5 million domestically. And on the weekend before Christmas in 1996, Cameron’s Titanic took in a mere $28.6 million on its way to grossing $2.19 billion worldwide.

Other records broken by Force Awakens in North America include widest December release of all time (4,134 theaters), biggest Thursday-night previews ($57 million), biggest single day and biggest opening day ($120.5 million), first film to cross $100 million in a single day, fastest film to $100 million and $200 million, top theater average for a wide release ($57,568) and biggest Imax opening ($30.1 million). And Force Awakens came close to taking the record for biggest Saturday from Jurassic World ($69.2 million).

Overseas, Force Awakens also made history in a raft of key markets, including the biggest opening weekend in the U.K. ($48.9 million), Germany ($27.3 million), Australia ($18.9 million) and Russia ($12.3 million) And it was the second biggest in a handful of countries, including France ($22.7 million). And Imax’s international debut was a record $17.9 million for a global debut of $48 million.

Read More: Box Office: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Blazes to Record $120.5M Friday, Crosses $250M Globally

In North America, the film skewed male (67 percent), according to Rentrak’s exit poll service, PostTrak. Force Awakens — featuring a strong female heroine — is expected to broaden out in the coming days. The majority of ticket buyers were between the ages of 18 and 24 (33 percent) and 25 and 34 (29 percent). Overall, 47 percent is under the age of 25, and 53 percent over.

Disney’s exit surveys showed a different demo breakdown, with males making up 58 percent of ticket buyers, and females, 42 percent. Those those between the ages of 26 and 34 made up the largest chunk of the audience (26 percent), followed by those between the ages of 35 and 49. Adults turned out in force (71 percent), followed by families (42 percent) and teens (9 percent).

Regular 2D screenings prevailed (53 percent); 3D screenings, 47 percent (that includes Imax runs with 12 percent).

Abrams’ sequel/reboot, set 30 years after the events of Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi, features a strong female heroine in Rey, a young scavenger played by newcomer Daisy Ridley. Rey and a renegade stormtrooper (John Boyega) band together in challenging a rising evil that includes a new planet-killing laser cannon. The film also stars Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Lupita Nyong’o and Domhnall Gleeson along with original trilogy stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.

Read More: After ‘The Force Awakens,’ Where Does ‘Star Wars’ Go Next? (Spoilers)

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A Star Wars December 2 Remember!

December 7, 2015 in Episodes

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Tonight we return live to the round table show! Live for the first time in over 2 months! Our hiatus is over, and tonight we started what will be a long look this month at STAR WARS, and we will spend most of our time talking about not only the new movie but the whole month is dedicated to THE FORCE! And all the films past, present, and future. The show featured Jackal, Johnny Alpha, California Guy, and The Wolf Oscar Benjamin is also on tonight. With special guest caller DCS herself Crystal Storm.

Got to a couple of news reports also in the world of movies, of course which includes the new Civil War, and Batman V Superman trailers, and also brought back our Top 10 list which has been MIA last few shows we had done. Tonight’s top 10 list was “Our top 10 favorite STAR WARS characters of all times!” By the end of the show Crystal Storm joined us, and she also gave us a top 10 list!

So enjoy the show!

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“NEWS, BOX OFFICE RESULTS, and BEST SPORTS MOVIES EVER!”

February 8, 2015 in Episodes

Tonight we talked about the trailers at the Superbowl, like the DareDevil trailer, The Fantastic Four Reboot Trailer, The Poltergeist Trailer, we found out that John Wick 2 is also being developed, and Marvel plans a X-MEN tv show! Plus some Oscar talk along with Star Wars NEWS, and other goodies all with the 4man crew of Zodwriter, Johnny Alpha, TwoPoint-O, and Jackal. We found out tonight what each one of our favorite sports movie was, and also we found out that TwoPoint-O steals from the dead! Enjoy the hilarity as it unfolds!

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“Vampires, Tumblers, and Bad Robots!”

September 19, 2014 in Episodes

018Join us for news, and geekdom! We start off by talking about the latest video back, and forth between STAR WARS Director JJ Abrams, and Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder.

This one shows the Millennium Falcon itself with what looked like the Tumbler from the Dark Knight Trilogy.

EPIC Video the link is here for all to view here.

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NEWS, NEWS, and MORE NEWS! Plus the return of SKORP!

July 17, 2014 in Episodes

So short panel tonight on the round table Jackal of course is on, Alex 2.0, Johnny Alpha, and Skorpio Moon who’s been away for a few weeks returns, and joins the round table for the night. We had tons of news to go over this week plus our top 10 list which consisted of us picking our “Top 10 Directors” and what film they directed we loved the most.

NEWS LINKS:
Hellboy 3 Guillermo Del Toro Says it wont happen!
Universal Monsters Gets a reboot?
24s Christina Chong Joins Star Wars Episode 7 Cast
Avengers Age of Ultron Story Details

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New Bat suit, Orci directing Trek 3, and tons of news!

May 15, 2014 in Episodes

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BEN AFFLECK

Join the round table show tonight for a 3 hour spectacular! Live with Zodwriter, Johnny Alpha, The Wolf, Crossfire, and Tha Jackal! Tonight we covered everything from the new Batman suit worn by Ben Affleck to the new direction the WB is taking in the tv series for Flash, and Arrow. Also talked about which leading ladies we liked in action movies.

That was our big top 10 list of the night… So tune in for all the hilarious banter, and drop a comment on here on your thoughts about what we talked about tonight.

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Star Wars announces it’s cast, and what does this mean for 2015!?

May 2, 2014 in Episodes

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‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

Tonight Zodwriter, Tha Jackal, Johnny Alpha, and The Wolf all gathered to geek out over the news of the casting in STAR WARS Episode 7! Yes the official cast list is now out, and we know for a fact that the films will include the original cast from the original trilogy. Also Disney has said they might move EP7 back to a MAY release date! Which begs the question what does this mean for Batman vs Superman? Captain America 3? Will any of these movies have a chance at the box office? Listen in, and find out what the guys thought.

Some people aren’t happy with the makeup of the “Star Wars: Episode VII” cast, but not Mark Hamill. The original trilogy stalwart tweeted his excitement about the group of actors assembled by director J.J. Abrams following the film’s first table read on Tuesday.

“Star Wars: Episode VII” will star John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Oscar Isaac in lead roles, with Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Domhnall Gleeson, Max von Sydow and Adam Driver lending support. Abrams reportedly has one other role to cast, a part he had previously discussed with Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o.

Mark Hamill ‘Knocked Out’ By ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Cast

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W/ William B Nunn

April 24, 2014 in Episodes

Join the cast of the round table as they welcome William Bond Nunn who is a musician, movie and television fan, filmmaker, gamer, comic book fan, college student, and a nerd who loves to share his thoughts on what he loves (and sometimes hates.) William will join us live for the entire show to talk all things geek with us. Lot’s of news to cover, and talk about. Make sure you tune in!

please call in at (786) 245-8127 or find us on skype PSN RADIO!

To listen in on your mobile or tablet device you can also click PSN RADIO or look us up on “TuneIN.”

For the podcast: www.roundtableshow.com

zt1iyf7rWilliam is currently co-writing a script for an upcoming film. He’s definitely one of those guys that not only loves to watch movies, but learn about how they were made and put together, which is one of the reasons why he has such a love for seeing movies, making movies, and talking about them.  Until last year he wrote movie reviews over at http://welivefilm.com but currently he’s a student at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a major in Journalism and Electronic Media and Pellissippi State Community College with a major in Video Production.

William has acted in the short film: Marriage Proposal to Mallorey as Gandalf the White and Thor and helped with most of the camerawork throughout the film.  He also wrote and directed the short film: Batman vs Bane Part 1 as a class project in preparation for the release of The Dark Knight Rises. He wants to continue making movies and other short films, but his main goal is to not only make a movie, but to make the music for his movie as well.

He loves movie scores and soundtracks and believes that a movie doesn’t truly come to life till the music starts playing.

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