What Went Wrong covers Hollywood’s most notoriously disastrous movie productions, digging into the behind the scenes insanity of everything from massive flops to record breaking blockbusters.
W-W-W... We'll Be Back
A host gets tied up in another project, cats overrun the podcast, a nap is taken.
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Despite debuting a director now considered one of the greatest of all time, everything went wrong on Alien 3. Brace for impact cause we got whippets dressed up in alien suits (look it up... worth it), sub-bass that made audiences leave the theater to use the toilet and bald caps painstakingly constructed (literally) one hair sprout at a time.
It's easy to bash Twilight, with its glittering, brooding and mouth-breathing; but love it or hate it, the highly anticipated Twilight movie crushed at the box office. We explore the numerous obstacles that stood in the way of director Catherine Hardwicke and why the remaining films in this young adult, female-driven franchise were all directed by men.
Town & Country
Immediately after receiving the Academy’s highest honor, Warren Beatty went back to work on Town & Country, a $100M, multi year production debacle that would become the biggest flop in rom-com history.
Writer/director Elaine May sidestepped Moroccan landmines only for 1987’s Ishtar to bomb her career upon release. Is this film as bad as people who haven’t seen it say it is?
Mid shoot rewrites, microwaved bubble gum and more KY Jelly than an Arizona State frat party - how John Carpenter’s The Thing survived production hell only to die in the wake of a more lovable Extra Terrestrial.
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I really enjoy your podcast, very informative and fun. I have recommended to several people. How about a review on anyone of the road warrior movies or maximum overdrive.
Great insider podcast
Lizzie and Chris do a great job of keeping this show fun and light while also digging into the true and interesting stories of all the movies you know and may or may not love. I have learned a lot about movies I thought I already knew a lot about and gained interest in movies I never thought much about.
Give it a listen and then go watch the movies. I am planning on watching Ishtar this week!
Very interesting and to the point! host are very prepared for each episode.