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Best Kayleigh Donaldson podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Kayleigh Donaldson podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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It's been a horrible week and it's only Tuesday! Here is a seventy minute breather full of entertainment stories, like the latest in DC Films and HBOMax, and dumb royal gossip. And when you're done listening--or before you listen, or while you're listening, we don't know your life--here are a few links to check out to take action to support protest…
 
This week we examine the bookcase backgrounds of every celebrity Zoom appearance, since they are all filming in front of bookcases instead of showing off their celebrity quarantine pads. Then we talk the death of MTV Cribs and celebrity homes as conspicuous consumption, and the rise of the Architectural Digest home tour as low-key celebrity real es…
 
This week we're talking Cats, the #ButtholeCut, and the recent revelations that director Tom Hooper, apparently, has never seen a real cat. We also check in on celebrities in quarantine and who's thriving and who should really stop posting on social media. Finally, we have some soft quarantine recs for you, for a relaxing time in lockdown. Find us …
 
As we're all still locked inside, we're discussing more binge recs for your self-quarantine, the latest cancellations, including the Cannes Film Festival, and how we are staving off boredom with varying degrees of success. Join us as we try not to lose our minds and ponder whether this is all happening because we saw Cats. Find us on Twitter: @Ceil…
 
This week, we're updating the latest developments facing the film industry in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, and then we talk about Meghan Markle's revenge fashion during her last week of appearances as part of the royal family. We also have some binge-watching recs for your self-quarantine. Kayleigh on Duchess Meghan's revenge fashion: http…
 
As the year and the decade wind down, we look back at the films that defined the 2010s, sharing our favorite films of the year and the decade. It was a great year for film, and a pretty great decade for film, too, so we have plenty to revisit on our respective lists. We also break down the Golden Globes and SAG Awards nominations as the shortened a…
 
This week we're talking Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, from the film itself to the controversies surrounding it, including Anna Paquin's lack of lines. We also get into the current state of a wide-open award season, which is full of possibility and so will probably render a bunch of boring nominations. Finally, we talk about the first trailer for …
 
This week we're discussing the Department of Justice's challenge to the Paramount Consent Decrees, something we've been theorizing for months. But we're totally bummed to be right, because this is Bad For Cinema, and we're breaking down why. We're also talking the new trailer for Cats, and everything strange and unnerving about it. More on the chal…
 
This week we take a look at Charlie's Angels crashing and burning at the box office, and wonder what went wrong with Elizabeth Banks' attempt to revive the franchise. We also discuss Ford v Ferrari emerging as an Oscar contender, and the state of the Oscar race as we get into the heart of award season, and somehow, stay out of the pit of despair! J…
 
News that a pair of directors intend to resurrect James Dean with CGI so that he can "give" a new "performance" caused a major backlash throughout Hollywood and film fandom. We discuss the possibility of digital graverobbing, what made Dean so uniquely special, and the possibility of AI art. Join us in the robopocalypse! The Hollywood Reporter on J…
 
This week we discuss the surprising news that David Benioff & DB Weiss of Game of Thrones fame quit their Star Wars trilogy, and we get into Disney's quiet removal of Fox titles from repertory theaters. Why should you care? Because Disney is actively limiting your options at the cinema and that makes our culture worse. Join us for a look into our d…
 
This week we're revisiting British royal gossip as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take on the British tabloid press. We discuss the lawsuits, what they're really about (hint: racism), and how Harry and Meghan's headlines tie into Prince Andrew's royal Epstein mess. We also peer into the future and make predictions about how this might play out over…
 
It's Joker week, so we're talking Joker's record-breaking box office*, Todd Phillips shoving his foot down his mouth, Joaquin Phoenix's only somewhat hostile press tour, and the Oscar odds for the year's most divisive movie. We also get into Martin Scorsese's comments in re: Marvel movies and theme parks. Join us as we power through the final stage…
 
We're back! We went to the Toronto International Film Festival, so we're talking everything we saw at TIFF, as well as discussing the official launch of Oscar season. Narratives are already emerging (Renee Zellweger is back! Christian Bale is himself! Joaquin Phoenix is thirsty!), and a couple of films are already dominating Oscar talk. Join us as …
 
We postponed our break just so we could talk about the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man divorce. From Disney's frightening dominance to Sony's reluctance to share credit, we break down the news that Sony and Marvel will no longer be co-producing Spider-Man movies. Also, The Matrix 4 is a real thing that is happening! Join us as we cover a wild week in film n…
 
With the summer movie season winding down, we take a look back at the winners and losers of blockbuster season, which is mostly "Disney", and "everyone else". And we look ahead to TIFF, and the non-blockbusters that will, hopefully, garner SOME box office in the five seconds Disney doesn't have a movie coming out. We also dive into Once Upon a Time…
 
This week, bad news abounds as we look into the rumored Annapurna bankruptcy and consider what it means for indie cinema. We also talk about Venom 2, Nate Parker's comeback via the Venice Film Festival, and Universal's decision to pull The Hunt from theaters to avoid a political shitstorm. We're living through a radical technological shift and also…
 
This week we tackle the age old question: Nepotism, is it bad? LOL, of course it is. We take a look at the rising phenomenon of legacy actors who are increasingly dominating casting headlines and breakout roles in Hollywood, and wonder where it leaves us if our art comes from one rarified perspective. We also talk about Hobbs & Shaw and the totally…
 
Leonardo DiCaprio is currently starring in Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood, so now is the time to take a look at his career and the almost 30 whole years he has spent as a famous person. Jumping off that article in The Hollywood Reporter, which posits DiCaprio as the last true Movie Star, we discuss why he really isn't that adventurous, why his fam…
 
What does Scarlett Johansson have in common with Big Little Lies? Bad headlines they both could have avoided with just a modicum of effort. This week we talk about the behind the scenes drama on Big Little Lies, and what happened to director Andrea Arnold. We also get into Scarlett Johansson's comments about her right to play any role, and whether …
 
With the release of Midsommar, we wonder if adult-oriented summer counter-programming even works anymore, or if the summer drama is another victim of the streaming paradigm shift. We're also discussing the first trailer for the live-action Mulan remake, and Jake Gyllenhaal's off-kilter turn as Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home. After failing to…
 
We're halfway through the year, so this week we're talking our favorite movies and TV shows we've seen in 2019 (so far). The movies have been a little rough so far, but there are some gems out there, and there is PLENTY of television to talk about. We also discuss Allison P. Davis's profile on the collapse of Babe.net, the outlet behind the Aziz An…
 
This week we return to the Valley of Awful Men, as eight women come forward with allegations of all manner of abuse against Max Landis. We discuss Landis, the power that protected him, and a damaging Hollywood family legacy. And because we don't actually want to live in the pit of despair, we also talk Toy Story 4 and it's delightful new hero: actu…
 
We're taking a break from the depressing summer movie season to talk about television. We discuss Stranger Things star Gaten Matarrazo's new "prank" show on Netflix, and with Emmy nominations underway, we discuss a problem unique to the Emmys: the same shows win every year. The only relief the sameness of the awards year to year is the Outstanding …
 
From the Wonder Woman 1984 poster kerfuffle to that list of bad actors on Jezebel, it's been a long week in the pit of despair. Join us as we discuss the impending culture war brewing around Wonder Woman, and what is really behind that mean-spirited, blatantly clickbait Jezebel post. We also get into Warner Brothers' decision to sit out Hall H this…
 
Despite being one of the best movies of the year (so far), Booksmart is not doing that well, hindered by a poor release strategy, off-target marketing, and an unenthusiastic audience. But should a movie like Booksmart even have been released in theaters? Are smaller, character-driven films just better off in the digital world these days? And speaki…
 
We're back and we're catching up on the Cannes Film Festival, John Wick Chapter 3, and Aladdin, and we are divided on the merits of Guy Ritchie's live-action adaptation. We also talk Avatar, and what its potential is in a changed blockbuster landscape where every movie looks like, well, Avatar. Plus, there is a bonus detour into true crime and why …
 
Spoilers ahoy! In a spare-no-spoilers super-sized episode, we dig into Avengers: Endgame, from everything we loved to the few things that didn't quite work out. It's the good, the great, and the not-so-awesome of Marvel's grand "Infinity Saga", including a look forward to what could be next as the OG Avengers, for the most part, walk away. Also, qu…
 
With Game of Thrones airing its final season, we are on the cusp of losing a long-time tradition: the watercooler TV show. This week, we discuss Thrones--no spoilers, don't worry--and what it means for television and pop culture to lose "watercooler" shows and the communal TV experience. What will replace it? Anything? With streaming bifurcating mo…
 
This week we're talking about one of the worst kept secrets in Hollywood: Digital beauty work. The practice of touching up and refining every single image we see on screen is compounding the already complicated relationship Hollywood has with beauty and aging. Technology now makes it possible to produce flawless beings on camera, and more often tha…
 
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