40- Trailers, Casting Nationalities, and Theater Chain Loyalty

It’s a busy episode this week! Alex brings up some recent trailers and we break them down, and the trailer for Baywatch evolves into a Bonus Topic: International Appeal, then that blends into why they must use big name actors, and then that flows into Tim’s talk about casting and how they never match the nationalities (and why that’s okay), and Jamie devotes his love to a few chains.

 

Alex– Trailers (Starts at 00:00)

Tim– International Appeal, The Need for Big Names in Certain Roles, and Casting Nationalities (14:50)

Jamie– Theater Chain Loyalty (32:21)

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My Cancer Story Ch. 25 “Film Fantatic Vol. 1”

Chapter 25: Film Fanatic Vol. 1

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The days were getting shorter, and my chemo was halfway done– HALFWAY! Three down, three to go. I couldn’t believe it was already nearing November. In these times of reflection, I’m reminded of how lucky I am that (so far) I haven’t seen many complications during chemotherapy.

Most kids who roll onto the eighth floor of Eastern Maine Medical Center experience serious side effects. Again… everybody reacts differently, aside from the few constants: nausea, shedding of hair and skin, and lethargy akin to that of a sloth.

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