RT Podcast: Ep. 059 - New TV & movies, and Equalizer director Antoine Fuqua

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Ep. 059 – New TV & movies, and Equalizer director Antoine Fuqua
This week’s show kicks off with Sarah discussing new TV shows, including How to Get Away With Murder, Gotham, and Transparent. Then Ryan discusses two new home video releases, Neighbors and The Rover, and Tims talks about new movies, including The Boxtrolls and The Equalizer. Finally, Matt and Grae interview The Equalizer director Antoine Fuqua. (If you want to skip to the interview, it starts at 39:37.)

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