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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Brought to you by the IGN Movies staff, The IGN Movies Show podcast series offers listeners the latest news, box office numbers and reviews for all things Hollywood. No star is too big or film too small for this Movies channel roundtable.
English
United States
290 episodes
since April 15, 2010

LATEST EPISODE

Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda and Tom Jorgensen explore all the latest developments from the geek moviesphere! Our topics include the never-ending rumors of Idris Elba as the next James Bond, the latest on James Gunn and Disney, Ewan McGregor's recent comments about a purported Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie, the casting woes plaguing Star Trek 4, Disney's live-action Mulan ditching songs and Mushu, and the box performance of The Meg and Slender Man. We also chat up Spike Lee's new film, BlacKkKlansman, and respond to your listener questions!
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