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Alex last won the day on May 16 2020

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  1. It’s time for JKR to get the George Lucas treatment. Someone give her five billion dollars and throw her ideas in the bin!
  2. I still can’t get my head around this time stuff. I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to fully understand how it works in this franchise.
  3. I never get tired of POA. Every time I watch it I spot something new. I think the worst thing JKR did was move away from the Fantastic Beasts part. Newt is the least important character in these films where he is supposedly the lead.
  4. You mean he even auditioned and he still got the job? Jesus Christ this has ruined my day.
  5. JW definitely seems to have reached the “Well, it’s now or never” stage in his life.
  6. This is some headline from this article on a Digital Spy about IJ. https://www.digitalspy.com/movies/a36671725/indiana-jones-karen-allen-marion-ravenwood-paedophile/
  7. Is “Did Conrad Pope write “The Train?” the sequel to “Did William Ross write COS?”
  8. David Newman on the SCORE podcast gives some great insights on this. It’s worth checking out. Apparently JW was originally going to do it but then he asked DN.
  9. The amount of stuff JW has coming up means he must be in pretty good health. Performing at Carnegie Hall after completing his fifth Indiana Jones film at the age of 90 is impressive.
  10. Is there any news on other potential filming locations apart from the UK?
  11. Does anyone have the credits to this score? I'd be interested to know which cues were written by HZ himself and Fleming/Mazzaro.
  12. It’s good Disney seem to have remembered they own The Muppets, although most of their Muppet-related productions have been average at best. Unfortunately we won’t be seeing Rizzo again unless they recast him.
  13. Patrick Doyle’s Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
  14. I introduced my wife to “Silence of the Lambs” and “Hannibal”, and have probably scarred her for life. I probably should have warned her about Ray Liotta’s open head.
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