Daily Podcast: Rian Johnson's TV Show, Secret Invasion Casting, Golden Globes Changes, The Future Of Killing Eve, And More

On the March 16, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including some Secret Invasion casting, changes to the Golden Globes, Rian Johnson's new TV series, a Let the Right One In show, and the future of Killing Eve.

Opening BanterIn the News:

  • (HT) Marvel's 'Secret Invasion' Series Casts 'One Night in Miami' Star Kingsley Ben-Adir to Play the Main Villain
  • (Chris) Golden Globes Changes: HFPA Promises 13% Black Membership After Over 100 PR Firms Say They Will Cut Off Talent Unless Real Change is Implemented
  • (Ben) 'Poker Face': Rian Johnson's First TV Series Will Star Natasha Lyonne
  • (Ben) 'Let the Right One In' TV Series Heads to Showtime with Demian Bichir Starring
  • (HT) 'Killing Eve' to End With Upcoming Season 4, But May Live On in Spin-Offs
  • In the Mailbag:

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