Daily Podcast: Twister & Pirates Of The Caribbean Reboots, Scott Pilgrim Animated Series, Colin Trevorrow's Atlantis, Jurassic World

On the June 26, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including COVID movie delays, Pandemic film productions, a Scott Pilgrim animated series, Colin Trevorrow's Atlantis, Jurassic World casting and a Twister reboot.

In The News:

  • Ben: Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Has Been Delayed Again, This Time to Mid-August
  • Mention: 'Mulan' Release Date May Be Postponed by Disney Again
  • Ben: Alamo Drafthouse Theaters Will Be "Safer Than a Supermarket" When They Reopen; Food and Drinks Must Be Pre-Ordered
  • Chris: The New M. Night Shyamalan Movie Will Film This Year and Open Next July
  • Ben: COVID-19 Could Double the Length of Film and TV Productions
  • Chris: 'Scott Pilgrim' Animated Series Being Considered, According to Edgar Wright
  • Ben (og HT): Colin Trevorrow to Direct New Thriller 'Atlantis' for Universal
  • Chris: 'Jurassic World: Dominion' Bringing Back a Character From 'Jurassic Park' (With a New Actor)
  • Ben: 'Twister' Reboot Coming From 'Tron: Legacy' Director Joseph Kosinski
  • Pirates of the Caribbean movie 
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