Daily Podcast: Holy Scorsese Joker Movie Batman?! Magic Castle, Han Solo, MoviePass, Knight Rider, Hellboy & More

On the August 23, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, in the watercooler Peter Sciretta talks about auditioning for the Magic Castle, and Ben Pearson and Brad Oman join to talk about the latest news including: a Knight Rider movie, a director for Amblin's Intelligent Life, an actor has been cut out of the Han Solo movie, AMC continues to troll MoviePass, more info on the Hellboy reboot, and late breaking news about a Martin Scorsese-produced Joker movie.You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it).

In The Water Cooler:

  • Peter talks about auditioning to become a member of the Academy of Magical ArtsĀ at the Magic Castle
  • In the News:

  • 'Knight Rider' Movie Being Developed as a Comedy for John Cena and Kevin Hart (Sorry, David Hasselhoff)
  • 'Stranger Things' Director Rebecca Thomas Will Make Amblin's 'Intelligent Life'
  • Michael K. Williams' Role Cut From 'Star Wars' Han Solo Movie
  • Nice Try, AMC Theatres: MoviePass E-Tickets Disabled in Denver and Boston
  • 'Hellboy' Star David Harbour Explains How His Approach is Different Than Ron Perlman's
  • The Joker Origin Story in the Works, Directed by Todd Phillips, Produced by Martin Scorsese
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