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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we point out that it doesn’t matter who directs the next Fox-fueled X-Men film, Robert Fure tells Leatherface to take the chainsaw and leave the cannoli, and Drew McWeeny from HitFix avoids pantsing J.J. Abrams.

We also manage to review A Nightmare on Elm Street.

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On This Week’s Show:

Segment 1: Ripped From the Headlines [0:00 - 32:30]

  • Who should Fox get to direct X-Men: First Class?
  • Apparently it doesn’t matter
  • J.J. Abrams is teaming up with Steven Spielberg
  • Will it be a remake of Howard the Duck?
  • How could it not be?
  • Commando cannot be remade, but it will be
  • Can we still have a muscle guy go shirtless and destroy an island of people?
  • We hope so
  • Fure offers a smarter option
  • Akiva Goldsman will ruin something you love
  • The Dark Tower series might be unfilmable
  • Fat Ass Panties might also be unfilmable
  • Also, Paramount doesn’t think Anchorman 2 is filmable

Segment 2: Reviews [32:30 - 53:00]

Segment 3D: The World Famous Third Segment [53:00 - The End]

  • This Again?: We keep talking about 3D. It’s flaws. It’s successes. It’s future.
  • Cole’s completely accurate Box Office guesses
  • Dreamweaver takes over the entire end of the show

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