e91. 2020 Box Office Draft

Happy New Year! And with a new year, we have a whole new year of movies to look forward to. And for our show, that means the return of the Box Office Game (shamelessly stolen form the Protagonist Podcast… credit where credit is due). On today’s show, Hannah, Katya, Wayne and Mav invite back Stephanie Siler, the official VoxPop Fantasy Draft Commissioner to reveal who won the 2019 Box Office Game and draft the picks for 2020. Join us as we do our damndest to review 60 films that we — by defintion — have not seen yet!

2019 Final Standings:

2020 Picks:

Hannah

  1. Soul
  2. Tenet
  3. Onward
  4. Jungle Cruise
  5. Raya & The Last Dragon
  6. The King’s Man
  7. Respect
  8. Antebellum
  9. Death on the Nile
  10. The Witches
  11. The Lovebirds
  12. Barb & Star Go to Vista del Mar
  13. Antlers
  14. The Personal History of David Copperfield
  15. Artemis Fowl

Wayne

  1. Black Widow
  2. Eternals
  3. Bill & Ted Face the Music
  4. No Time to Die
  5. New Mutants
  6. In the Heights
  7. Bad Boys for Life
  8. Greyhound
  9. Candyman
  10. Scoob
  11. BiOS
  12. Fantasy Island
  13. Coming to America 2
  14. Morbius
  15. GI Joe: Snake Eyes

Katya

  1. Dune
  2. Minions: The Rise of Gru
  3. The Invisible Man
  4. Fast & Furious 9
  5. Birds of Prey
  6. Emma
  7. The Purge 5
  8. The Trial of the Chicago 7
  9. West Side Story
  10. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
  11. Godzilla vs. Kong
  12. Dolittle
  13. Peter Rabbit 2
  14. Call of the Wild
  15. The Turning

Mav

  1. Wonder Woman 1984
  2. Mulan
  3. Free Guy
  4. Top Gun: Maverick
  5. Ghostbusters: Afterlife
  6. Venom 2
  7. Halloween Kills
  8. The One and Only Ivan
  9. A Quiet Place 2
  10. Bob’s Burgers
  11. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run
  12. 1917
  13. Last Night in Soho
  14. Many Saints of Newark
  15. Wendy

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5 Comments and 2 Webmentions for “e91. 2020 Box Office Draft”

    1. I am very much of the opinion that in fantasy sports you use every bit of research you can find for the draft…

      “Seasons aren’t won on draft day. But they can definitely be lost!”

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