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AMC Movie Talk - 2013 Films in Review, Paul Walker's Scenes To Remain In FAST AND FURIOUS 7

January 7, 2014
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On this episode of AMC Movie Talk (Tuesday January 7, 2014) director Jon Schnepp and Rotten Tomatoes editor Grae Drake, join us to discuss:

1) 2013 films in review

2) Fast and Furious 7 update

3) New Jupiter Ascending still

4) Tammy photo

5) 3 new International Amazing Spider-Man posters

6) William Hurt to star in Allman Bros biopic

7) Kill Bill 3?

8) Denzel Washington as Lex Luthor?

....and much more!

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