GeekScholars Movie News Podcast – February 2013 Preview, Abrams Directing Star Wars Episode 7, Armstrong Biopic, Terminator 5, Preview Reviews for Olympus Has Fallen and Inside Llewyn Davis

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February 2013 Preview! Abrams! Armstrong! Listen above or hit the jump for more details!  It’s been an exciting past couple of days, so of course this week’s episode of the GeekScholars Movie News podcast begins with a discussion surrounding J.J. Abrams being named the director of Star Wars: Episode 7! The crew then also talk about: the new Lance Armstrong biopic that’s in the works (as well as who may play the famed cyclist), Jim Carrey and Adam Sandler’s potential involvement with Guardians of the Galaxy, and Schwarzenegger’s role in Terminator 5. From there, the GeekScholars discuss the movies coming out in February 2013, giving their hype scores and Rotten Tomatoes predictions for: Warm Bodies, Bullet to the Head, Stand Up Guys, Identity Thief, Side Effects, A Good Day to Die Hard, Beautiful Creatures, and Snitch. Finally, the crew rounds things out with a pair of Previews Reviews, giving their grades to the first trailers for Olympus Has Fallen and Inside Llewyn Davis, the latest film from the Coen Brothers.