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MWIRE Weekly – 2/9/2014 – The Monuments Men


After a week off Kevin and Dan are back and better then ever. One week off and there is plenty news to get caught up on including the latest casting for Superman, Avengers, Star Wars, and so much more. We discuss if Shia Labeouf has lost his mind or if he is putting on the best acting performance of his career. All that and a review of George Clooney’s latest film The Monuments Men. Did it live up to its potential? Dan and Kevin let you know. So remember for all things movies stay tuned to MWIRE Weekly!



What We Have Been Watching Recently:

12 O’Clock Boys, That Awkward Moment, Labor Day, M, The Fog of War, True Romance, Thanks for Sharing 

Box Office:



Philip Seymour Hoffman had one major scene left to film for The Hunger Games

Captain America: Winter Soldier post-credits scene revealed?

David S. Goyer to direct sci-fi thriller The Breach

Guy Ritchie in talks for six-film series about King Arthur

Has Shia LeBeouf lost his mind?

Elton John is turning ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ into a movie


Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 planned for 2016?

Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson sign on for Pitch Perfect 2

Warner hires writers for LEGO Movie sequel

Marvel sets writers in place for Thor 3

Forest Whitaker in talks for Taken 3

Anthony and Joe Russo set to direct Captain America 3

Casting Call

Paul Bettany cast as The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Gary Oldman confirms he’s been approached for Star Wars: Episode VII

Evangeline Lilly in talks to join Ant-Man

Miles Teller, Emmy Rossum and Kate Mara testing for Fantastic Four

The Rock hints at possible Green Lantern role

Ben Wheatley confirms Tom Hiddleston for High-Rise

Matthew McConaughey signs on for Gus Van Sant’s next film

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill set to reteam on new biopic

Zac Efron confirms Star Wars: Episode VII meeting

Jesse Eisenberg cast as Lex Luthor in Batman vs Superman

Trailer Talk

Zero Theorem

Sly Cooper


The Fault in Our Stars



A Million Ways to Die in the West

Alan Partidge


Hair Brained

Hector and the Search for Happiness


Main Attraction:

The Monuments Men 



What was your favorite Phillip Seymour Hoffman performance?



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A fan of all things comics, movies, books, and whatever else I can find that pass the time. Twitter: @DXO_Dan Instagram: Comic_concierge
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