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Join Dustin Brewer & a rotating panel of guests & friends as they cover all the latest news, stories, & reviews from the world of movies & pop culture at large.
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Stranger Things Season 4 & How Method is Too Method?
Stranger Things Season 4 & How Method is Too Method?
Stranger Things Season 4 is darker, scarier, bigger, & just might be the show's best season. Amid all the talk of what the show's success means for Netflix and their recent "misfortunes" and alongside a massive resurgence in streaming Kate Bush songs, one major topic of conversation has been this season's central villain, the absolutely terrifying Vecna. Dustin shares his thoughts on a recent interview featuring the Vecna actor (name withheld here & in the episode to avoid any spoilers) discussing some of the methods they used to help their performance and on method acting as a whole and why people are just as likely to roll their eyes as stand & applaud when it comes to the practice of method acting.  If you have thoughts on method acting, Stranger Things Season 4, or anything else in the world of entertainment/pop culture, please write to winnwinnmedia@gmail.com  Dustin is an entertainment writer for ScreenRant, you can read his articles on the site here. 
17:15
June 01, 2022
Dr. Strange Spoilers Hit, Olivia Wilde Gets Served, & More | Movie Need to Know
Dr. Strange Spoilers Hit, Olivia Wilde Gets Served, & More | Movie Need to Know
Today Dustin's running through some of the biggest movie news & stories from the week including "Dr. Strange & the Multiverse of Madness" spoilers hitting social media, Olivia Wilde getting served custody papers mid-presentation on stage at CinemaCon, "Morbius" being ruined in the editing room, & Justin Lin quitting "Fast X" allegedly because Vin Diesel stinks.  Send any thoughts on these or other movie stories to winnwinnmedia@gmail.com, thanks for listening! 
17:31
May 02, 2022
The Top WrestleMania Matches Explained in Pop Culture Terms
The Top WrestleMania Matches Explained in Pop Culture Terms
Depending on if you follow the world of WWE & professional wrestling/sports entertainment, the phrase WrestleMania either means a little or a lot to you. A two-night extravaganza, WrestleMania is the Super Bowl of WWE, paying off months of storylines & rivalries. If this weekend is your first introduction to WWE & WrestleMania, Dustin has you covered. Today he's taking five of the biggest storylines of the weekend and breaking them down in pop culture terms to help you understand what to expect from the biggest sports entertainment event of the year. Enjoy the weekend, cheers. Send us an email at winnwinnmedia@gmail.com and let us know your thoughts on WWE, WrestleMania, or pop culture at large. 
14:09
April 02, 2022
What'd Will Smith's Five Fingers Say to Chris Rock's Face? | 2022 Oscars Reaction
What'd Will Smith's Five Fingers Say to Chris Rock's Face? | 2022 Oscars Reaction
Will Smith’s slap heard around the world on Chris Rock overshadowed many feel-good moments from the broadcast, including his own first Oscar win for Best Actor. Dustin runs through his thoughts on the incident, the intense overreaction on both sides of the argument, & more. Then he laments that this incident steals the attention from what was otherwise a pretty positive, encouraging broadcast filled with tons of first-time winners.  You can find Dustin on Twitter and keep the conversation going or send us an email at winnwinnmedia@gmail.com We look forward to hearing from you and thanks for listening! 
13:23
March 29, 2022
How Long is Too Long to Wait for an "Avatar" Sequel?
How Long is Too Long to Wait for an "Avatar" Sequel?
On Monday afternoon rumors began to grow that the first teaser trailer for James Cameron's long-awaited "Avatar 2" would be attached to "Doctor Strange & the Multiverse of Madness". The "Avatar" sequel is currently slated to open in December of this year, marking 13 years between the original and the sequel, with Cameron ambitiously planning sequels every other year from 2024 to 2028. Dustin shares his thoughts on the ambitious plan for the franchise and wonders if too much time has passed between the original and now for the sequel to be anywhere near as successful as the first, one of the top highest-grossing movies of all time. He runs through some of the changes that the box office has seen over the last 13 years as well as the mixed bag of results that come from waiting too long to make a sequel to a beloved movie. Thanks for listening, please subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts and if you'd like to continue this or other conversations on movies, entertainment, or pop culture you can follow Dustin on Twitter or send an email to: winnwinnmedia@gmail.com
14:21
March 24, 2022