by Collin Willis

AMC has declared war on Universal Pictures after the studio claimed it would further utilize Video On Demand launches following the success of Trolls: World Tour. Cineworld quickly backed AMC up but Regal later recanted and said they would not be following in their parent company’s footsteps. Nick and I discuss the merits and pitfalls of either company trying to continue without utilizing the other.

Later we discuss some of our favorite SXSW and recent watches. We discuss everything from the Shrek Saga to a woman vomiting tiny plastic bricks, to what was once the most expensive movie ever made. All this and more on this week’s episode of the MovieBabble Podcast.

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Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:

Episode 64: Expodtion

Episode 63: Podtagion

Episode 62: Quarantine Podantino

Episode 61: Pod of the Dead

Episode 60: Are You Not Entertained?


Also, check out MovieBabble Presents: Babble With Brennan:

Episode 9: MovieBabble’s 2020 Oscar Predictions

Episode 8: Our Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

Episode 7: The Road to the End: The Star Wars Saga Leading Up to The Rise of Skywalker

Episode 6: Joker Spoiler Talk!

Episode 5: Movies That Made Us Love Movies!


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Nick Kush May 4, 2020 - 9:49 am

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