/Film Daily Podcast: Movies/TV Shows That Need Theme Park Rides, Star Trek, Bumblebee, Rotten Tomatoes, Dark Tower & More

On the /Film Daily podcast for August 1, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui, Jacob Hall and Ben Pearson to talk about the worst reviewed movies of 2017, the effect of Rotten Tomatoes, Bryan Fuller's original plan for Star Trek: Discovery, Jungle Cruise gets a director, the HBO hack, the plan for The Dark Tower tv series, John Cena joining the Bumblebee movie, and in the Mail Bag: our picks for movies or tv shows we would like to see as theme park rides/lands.

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Ben Pearson, Hoai-Tran Bui and Jacob Hall join Peter Sciretta for the August 1, 2017 episode of /Film Daily.In The Mailbag: Stingray asks "What movie/TV would y'all like to see turn into a theme park land or ride?"

  • Peter's picks: Goonies, Moana, Labyrinth land, Gremlins, a Pixar Ride
  • HT's picks: Atlantis: The Lost Empire
  • Ben's picks: The Lord of the Rings.
  • Jacob's picks: Game of Thrones land.
  • In The News:

  • 'The Emoji Movie' is Officially the Worst-Reviewed Movie of 2017
  • Bryan Fuller Originally Planned For 'Star Trek: Discovery' to Be an Anthology Series
  • 'Suicide Squad 2' Loses Its Top Choice Director to 'Jungle Cruise'
  • Spoilers Are Coming: Beware Leaked 'Game of Thrones' Episodes and Scripts From HBO Hack
  • 'The Dark Tower' TV Series Will Be "Totally Canon" and Adhere Closer to Stephen King's Books
  • John Cena joins Bumblebee Movie
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