Jeff also weighs in on the curious case of Cameron Crowe, who hasn’t directed a movie since 2015’s ‘Aloha.’
Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Natalie Portman‘s new Apple series, the first look at Lady Gaga and Adam Driver in Ridley Scott‘s House of Gucci, the controversy surrounding Pepe Le Pew and Space Jam 2, the HBO Max leak of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, and the curious case of Cameron Crowe.
Finally, Jeff talks about movie theaters reopening in New York and Los Angeles, the Oscars moving to Union Station, and James Gunn‘s slapdown of The Illuminerdi before taking a few mailbag questions, including one about the Snyder Cut’s awards eligibility and another about Netflix’s series release strategy.
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