Daily Podcast: Cathy Yan On Birds Of Prey, Plus: Best Picture Frontrunner, Chris Pratt Going Back To TV, And More

On the February 4, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film writer Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest film and TV news, including the favorite to win Best Picture at the Oscars, Chris Pratt returning to television, AppleTV+ and Disney+ subscription numbers, and Chris Rock's Saw reboot getting a title. And in our Feature Presentation, HT will tell us about her experience at the London premiere and junket for WB's Birds of Prey.

Opening Banter:In The News:

  • HT: '1917' is the Favorite to Win Best Picture at the 2020 Oscars, According to Oddsmakers
  • Ben: 'The Terminal List': Chris Pratt Returning to Television for Director Antoine Fuqua
  • HT: Only 10% of Eligible Apple Customers Have Signed Up for AppleTV+
  • Ben (og Brad): Disney+ Has Raked in Over 25 Million Subscribers Since Launching Last Fall, But Will They Stick Around?
  • Ben (og Chris): Yes, Chris Rock's 'Saw' Reboot Really is Titled 'Spiral: From the Book of Saw'
  • In our Feature Presentation:

  • How a Tiny Moment Between Harley Quinn and Black Canary Became a Defining Moment in 'Birds of Prey'
  • Why 'Birds of Prey' Took Creative Liberties With Its Comic Book Characters
  • How Jackie Chan and 'John Wick' Inspired the Action Sequences in 'Birds of Prey'
  • Cathy Yan Interview
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