#99.5 | Hot Buttered Shade, Pt. 2: Too Many Hands in Warner Bros’ Pot? (feat. @EgyptoKnuckles & @akaAlibabwa)

We continue our discussion with Brandon, John, Ken, and the double-dose of Alis – @EgyptoKnuckles and @akaAlibabwa – as we move into a discussion about an open letter an alleged former employee of Warner Bros. Pictures wrote to their former employer. Said letter was quite spirited in its critique of the company’s recent box-office disappointments – not just the DC Comics films like “Suicide Squad” and “Batman v Superman”, but films like “Pan” as well, and (possibly/allegedly) the upcoming “Wonder Woman” – and we discuss what Warner Bros. could/should do to turn its fortunes around.

We also discuss comments from the producer of WB’s “Shazam!” movie about how it’s going to save their comics universe, a claim all of us – even Brandon – find skeptical, and Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge feature 50 Cent being petty about his full exposure on “Power” and Snoop Dogg starting a cooking show with a likely/unlikely partner.

SHOW NOTES:

• 00:00:00 “An Open Letter to Warner Bros.” Discussion

• 00:41:53 Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge

• 00:58:12 Outro

• 01:00:48 Post-Show

 

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