Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Avengers assemble. Welcome to your weekly ticket. Last week, sources reported that Captain America, aka Chris Evans, will be returning to the M. C. U report suggests that Evans would return in at least one Marvel property with the door open for a second if Evans was actually eyeing a return to Captain America, he definitely played coy on social media. Tweeting out news to me with a shrug. Emoji, Whatever the plan, maybe Steve Rogers returning seems to be a popular idea, according to the Internets reaction to the news, Hannah Flint replied, saying, Give the people what they want. A Stephen Peggy Romcom about how they got back together in the past, are rated. It's also a musical, Brandon Davis BD chimed in with Put on the suit. And finally, Billy Eichner weighed in, saying, I'll do it! And David O. Russell has cast nearly everyone in Hollywood in his new film Deadline reports that Anya Taylor, Joy, Robert DeNiro, Mike Myers, Timothy Oliphant, Michael Shannon and Chris Rock are set to appear, and that's on top of the previous casting announcement of Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana. While plot details for the untitled film are not yet known. We do know it's an original idea from the five time Oscar nominated writer director, which will be the director's first film since 2015. Joy and Brendan Fraser is set to star and Darren Aronofsky's new film, The Whale, which will be Frazier's first leading theatrical film role in nearly a decade. The film will also mark Aronofsky's first film since 2017, smother his first for a 24. The film is based on the 2012 Samuel D. Hunter play of the same name set in the Mormon county of Idaho. Fraser will play a £600 gay man who can't leave his apartment and his estranged from his teenage daughter, who he attempts to reconnect with. Hunter said. This story is deeply personal, and I'm very thankful it will have a chance to reach a wider audience. I've been a fan of Darren's ever since I saw Requiem for a Dream when I was a college freshman writing my first plays on, I'm so grateful that he's bringing his singular talent and his vision to this film. Today we're celebrating the release of the kid, Detective by talking to the film star Adam Brody. Adam, Thanks for coming on weekly ticket man. Thanks for having me now. You've been attached this film for quite some time. What drew you to the role? The strength of the writing? Evan Morgan, writer director. He's just got a very sharp, very funny, very melancholic, unique voice. And then I love the premise. It's a high concept premise and a, you know, low budget movie, The Heightened World. And so it plays with On one hand is very Hollywood sort of idea and, on the other hand, low budget movie and a lot of hidden depth. And it's comedic. It's dramatic. It's just so many things that I really respond to. But mostly above all, he's just a great writer. Is it hard to balance that sort of humor with the darker undertones, like murder and kidnapping? Yeah, very much. And in fact, we had a lot of productive clashes throughout the filming of it where you know, he'd always bring it down, and I would always kinda wanna play a little. And he had wanted more subdued, and I think we ended up kind of in the middle, so you know, it was a successful collaboration, but it was a constant negotiation. Is there one scene that you're glad that you got to kind of bring to your level? Mostly he pulled it to his level, but he he wanted most of it. And I just thought, Well, this movies gonna live or die with his the strength of his, you know, choices. Either he's right or if he's wrong and I'm right, the movie still not gonna be good because he's either gotta have it or he doesn't so mostly acquiesced to him. But, you know, there's a few a bit of there's a couple yells that were mine and I told Let's even in edits was like, Let's try that or let's put that one back in. And so the few times I raised my voice, I'm happy that's in there. But mostly he won. Well, they can release like a yellow edition that Z Yeah, yeah, yeah Alright, cool eso There's so many detective films out there. What do you think makes a good detective film? You know, I don't watch them as puzzles, necessarily personally, you know, I some people do. Some people are all about trying to solve and that, you know, I want to be surprised at the end. I want to not see it coming, but I don't even have to really follow the how or why of it. You know, some of my favorite ones. I don't understand, but I just think colorful characters. I think you gotta have colorful characters and you gotta have danger. And you gotta have humor. Mostly you don't always have that humor, but I think most of my favorites dio certainly some great ones don't have are pretty dead serious. So I guess it depends if you're going, If it's leaning more comedy or more, you know, the less comedic you are, the more it's gonna have to be the straight, you know, lean into the strength of the story. If you thought I was gonna let you get away without telling me what some of your favorites are, you got another thing coming. What are your favorite Chinatown? On one hand, we talked a lot about the long goodbye with this movie. I would like the longer by a lot, and that's, you know, dark, but has been a real comedic, you know, a lot of comedy in there to kiss Kiss. Bang Bang has been a favorite for a long time. Yeah, you know, I saw this one a couple of years ago. Gemini. I saw it on a plane. It was so good. Small one with Lola Kirke is her name and Zoe Kravitz. And that was great. There's another small detective, one that I really enjoyed. You know, a lot of us are spending a lot of time at home. Is there any movie that you've streamed at home that you particularly enjoyed earlier this year of new movies? I like the Invisible Man a lot. I thought that was good. I was just like good popcorn. It's a good Hollywood horror movie. It was neat this year. Honestly, I never seen sound of music, and now I've seen it like 20 times, but mostly because my daughter. But also it's like my favorite movie. It's just the best. Which song from that movie gets stuck in your head the most? Would you say that's a good question? They rotate on What my what what the crew is singing around my house like it's sort of rotates. They're all really but I mean, that's the strength of a good musicals that they all, you know, they all have their moment. And so I can't say one more than the other. Alright, man. Well, thanks for talking to us. I appreciate it. Thanks a lot. Available to watch it home today is the kid detective. So what can I help you with? Somebody murdered my boyfriend. Seriously. Pretty seriously. He was stabbed 17 times. A one celebrated kid detective continues to solve the same trivial mysteries between hangovers and bouts of self pity. But a naive client brings him his first adult case to find out who brutally murdered her boyfriend. The film stars Adam Brody, Sophie Nelisse and Sarah Sutherland and available to watch it home. Today is the climb. Mike's Room, Living room. He got fat, right? Yeah. Merry Christmas Riches is eyes that Mike Yeah, Fat. Kyle and Mike are best friends who share a close bond until Mike sleeps with Kyle's fiance. The film follows their tumultuous but enduring relationship across many years of laughter, heartbreak and rage. It's also the story of real life best friends who turned their profound connection into a rich film about the boundaries or lack thereof in all close friendships. All right, well, that's it for today. But leave us a comment and let us know what you'll be watching this week. I'm Kale, and I'll see you next time.