Shane Black

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 556

The Earth Station One Podcast – A Shane Black Christmas

‘Tis the season for buddy cop crime mysteries with lots of action and witty dialog. Writer/director Shane Black has featured the jolly holiday in at least six of his films so far and Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley discuss why it works (and sometimes doesn’t work) for him and hope

The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – The Predator

Mr. Gene and I are here to give a timely review of The Predator. Does this movie live to the past Predator movies? Or should the wannabe franchise pack up its bags and go hunt for better stories?

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The Earth Station One crew and friends head back to the theater for a look at one of the summers most highly anticipated movies. That’s right. It’s Iron Man 3! ESO will take a look at the film, the franchise, and the comic books that started it all. Plus, as

Iron Man 3 director says that Doc Savage movie ain’t dead yet

By Jeff Spry, Source: Blastr.com That epic new Doc Savage movie we’ve been waiting on for eons still has some life left in it. Shane Black (Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout) is attached to direct the strapping hero and believes the adaptation will get his full attention once his

Lethal Weapon mastermind might take a shot at Iron Man 3

In Marvel’s quest to replace Jon Favreau at the helm of the Iron Man franchise, they’re in talks with both an interesting and obvious choice: Shane Black, who ushered in a new era of action filmmaking with his script for Lethal Weapon. The choice is interesting in that, as a

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