Water Cooler: Lion King, Star Wars: The High Republic, Brahms: The Boy 2, Onward, Love Is Blind, Brightburn, The Call Of The Wild, Cheer

On the February 25, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they've been up to at the Water Cooler.

At The Water Cooler:

  • What we've been Doing:
  • Hoai-Tran saw The Lion King on Broadway
  • What we've been Reading:
  • Peter is excited about Star Wars: The High Republic.
  • Jacob has started reading Nobody Does it Better: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized History of James Bond.
  • Hoai-Tran has started reading Circe by Madeline Miller.
  • What we've been Watching:
  • Peter watched the first episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 7, went to the movie theater and saw Birds of Prey and Pixar's Onward, and happy been strangely addicted to Netflix's Love Is Blind and Cheer.
  • Chris watched Brahms: The Boy 2.
  • Hoai-Tran watched The Call of the Wild and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.
  • Jacob watched Brightburn, Slender Man and is almost finished with his rewatch of The Office.
  • What we've been Playing:
  • Peter went to Disneyland and hacked the Millenium Falcon: Smuggler's Run ride into Chewbacca mode
  • All the other stuff you need to know:

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