Steven Wahl and Chandler Nunnally love movies!
We've been hearing about the streaming service Quibi for about a year now. If you haven't been following as closely as we have, Quibi is a video streaming platform exclusively for mobile phones that is focusing on short-form video content, specifically shows less than 10 minutes long. Quibi has a ton of support from Hollywood with Steven Spielberg, Kevin Hart, and Jennifer Lopez all producing content. Well Quibi has finally launched and with everyone stuck at home this couldn't be a better time for a new video streaming service to come out. What do we think of Quibi and it's mobile phone exclusive gimmick? That's what we're talking about this week in Act 3. Plus what's next for Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, and is theater mega-chain AMC going to be able to weather the covid-19 storm? Click play for the answers to all those questions and more!
Act One: News
-01:30 - AMC reportedly likely to file for bankruptcy
-03:40 - "Call Me By Your Name" sequel film in development, stars and director to return
-07:00 - Pixar releases a "Frozen" short produced completely from home
Act Two: What We're Watching
-14:00 - Steven: Dave Chappelle's Mark Twain Prize Special, "Elephants" on Disney+
-21:45 - Chandler: "The Social Network", "The Mask Of Zorro", Disney's "Dinosaur", a bunch of Tom Cruise movies
Act Three: Featured Topic
-34:00 - Quibi: What is it? Is it Good? What makes it unique? Why is it so weird? What kind of content does it have? Do we think it will last?