TGB Episode 26: A Vast Clooneyverse (Guest: Daniel Carlson)
by Tim Buel
September 1, 2010
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by Daniel Carlson from Pajiba and the Hollywood Reporter to discuss their latest picks of the week, the newest in DVD and Blu-Ray releases, new trailers for Danny Boyle's 127 Hours and Guillermo del Toro produced Julia's Eyes, respond to listener email about German Cinema and much more! The main topic of the night was a recap of the massive filmography of George Clooney (in honor of The American, which actually arrives in theaters today). The guys talk through Clooney's diverse career and highlight some of their favorite Clooney movies. Listen in!
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Reader Feedback - 2 Comments
@Tim Buel Have you ever considered adding a segment to the show where you estimate the next week's domestic gross totals? I think it would be interesting to hear what you and Jeremy would guess, and the following week you could quickly go back and see how close you guys were. Just a thought. Great show!
David on Sep 1, 2010
agreed. Like IGN does it.
sedna on Sep 5, 2010
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