Avengers Infinity War Becomes Biggest Comic Book Box Office Film Of All Time - The John Campea Show
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On this episode of The John Campea Show, John discusses the following topics:

Support John on Patreon - http://www.patreon.com/johncampea

OFF THE TOP
- Gotham season 5 will be the last
- Lost In Space gets second season

MOVIE NEWS FEED
- Infinity War Is Biggest Comic Book Film Of All Time
- Seann William Scott Joins Lethal Weapon Season 3
- Universal Lands Jessica Chastain Spy Film 355
- Paramount Developing Snake Eyes Solo Film
- Chris Evans To Star In Neill Blomkamp’s Greenland

VIEWER EMAILS
Aussie Samurai - As one of the lucky ones to have already seen the Solo movie , would you like to see a Lando centric movie (featuring Han and Chewy)?

Shawn Smith - The television market is flooded leading to volatile schedules and very little in the way of guarantees of renewal. Lucifer has not only been cancelled but according to showrunner Joe Henderson, they created a season finale “with a huge cliffhanger” that’s going to “frustrate the hell” out of fans, should shows stop ending seasons with cliffhangers? Is the cliffhanger even an effective tool any longer?

PATREON SUPPORTER Kevin Ward - It’s becoming kind of popular to rag on MoviePass for their “shady” business practices. But as movie fans shouldn’t we really be rooting for them. Movie attendance has hit 25 year lows and avg movie ticket prices just hit new all time highs. I get that curbing rising ticket prices isn’t really MoviePass’s motivation, but don’t we as movie fans need to root for someone to disrupt this industry?

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