Entertainment Law, Doomed TV, Jumanji, and Psych The Movie | Ep 296

As DC has struggled on the big screen, they have exceled on television. What you might not know, is that there were numerous attempts at a DC TV universe before Arrow and The Flash. So why didn’t those work? On this week’s podcast, we’re going to dive into this conundrum.

Later, Attorney Gordon Firemark of Entertainment Law Update stops by to discuss the rash of harassment claims upending Hollywood as of late. He takes us through the moral clauses of studio contracts, repercussions for accusers, and what should happen if an entertainer was falsely accused on an indiscretion. You will not want to miss this.

Also on this week’s podcast: Quentin Tarantino wants an R-rated Star Trek, DC Films shakes things up again, spoiler-free reviews of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and The Disaster Artist, and this episode would not be complete without our Psych the Movie Reactions and Review!

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