No superhero spoilers here! Laurie catches up with Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in true story Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, and also saw Robert Pattinson’s alleged breakout performance in indie film Good Time from Ben & Josh Safdie. Phil, meanwhile, keeps his indie teen streak running with Me and Earl and the Dying Girl for WWBW. Listen to the end for your emails and tweets, and send more thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros. Thanks for listening!
The lovable marmalade-guzzling bear is back in Paddington 2, Paul King’s follow-up to the hugely successful 2014 adaptation, bringing the Browns back together and adding Hugh Grant to the mix. Should you care about the bear this time round? Laurie also saw Only the Brave, based on the real lives of the Granite Mountain Hotshots in the run-up to the Yarnell Hill wildfire of 2013, starring Josh Brolin and Miles Teller. We cover yet another story from Disney and Star Wars about Rian Johnson’s surprise bonus trilogy, set somewhere else in that Galaxy far, far away, while WWBW returns with Cara Delevingne in Paper Towns and Tim Roth in The Legend of 1900, requested a long time ago by one of our listeners. Stay tuned to the end for your emails and tweets, and keep them coming to email@example.com and @superbaileybros on Twitter. Thanks for listening!
Kenny B attempts to breathe new life into Agatha Christie’s eccentric Belgian detective as he directs & stars as Poirot in Murder on the Orient Express. Laurie chalked up another sequel no one asked for in A Bad Moms Christmas with Mila Kunis & Susan Sarandon, and WWBW returns with Phil’s views on Natalie Portman in Jackie and Julia Roberts’ debut in Mystic Pizza, while Laurie brings Bruce Willis in Surrogates to the table. We also spend a bit of time chatting through the odd experience of books/original sources that make you think worse of their film adaptations. Listen for your emails and tweets towards the end of the show, and keep them coming to firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros – thanks for tuning in!