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Who Shot Ya? Episode 101: Justice For Han! - 'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw' with William Bibbiani and Jen Yamato

Who Shot Ya?
Jen Yamato
William Bibbiani

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

These aren't just podcasts partners...they're family. Alonso is joined by film critic and host of the 'Canceled Too Soon' podcast William Bibbiani. He's also joined by film reporter for the LA Times and "Karaoke Monster" Jen Yamato. This episode is all about "Justice For Han" as the gang discusses Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. They also dissect the Fast & Furious franchise as a whole. Plus they confess their movie pet peeves. And, as always, staff picks.

In news, RIP D.A. Pennebaker, "The Losers" of It get "de-aged", and Disney is rebooting Home Alone.

Staff Picks:

Jen - Luce
Alonso - Vision Portraits
William - Jupiter Ascending

With Alonso Duralde, Jen Yamato, and William Bibbiani.

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Minority Korner 101: Why You So Funky, Hollywood? (POCs TV Shows in Development , Joss Whedon, Las Vegas, Britney Spears, Pride, Bel Biv Davoe, Divas, Buffy The Vampire Slayer)

Minority Korner

The Wonder Twins are back in action! James has just come off the plane from his magical, ridiculous, and confidential trip to Vegas! Some of the things he CAN talk about are: his run in with a Korner Kid, the Divas review, and Britney Spears. Also is Las Vegas LGBTQ friendly? In Nnekay's Korner she combs through The Hollywood Reporter to get you the hot scoop on TV shows in development staring or created by People of Color! Lots of great things coming from Jordan Peele, Gina Rodriguez, and more! James is tackling the Whedonverse and it's creator Joss Whedon. Recently his wife has claimed that his feminism might not be as truthful as he states! James tackles several different points that chip away at his self proclaimed "woke bae-ness". Never fear though, James gives advice to those who still love his work, and the duo talks about how to love the art work of someone you can't help but side eye.

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