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Episode 650: The Scariest Thing In Hollywood
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Episode 650: The Scariest Thing In Hollywood

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Episode 650: The Scariest Thing In Hollywood

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Rob Cohen revolutionized car chase movies with The Fast and the Furious franchise. After Hollywood turned on him, he got a knock at the door with a very lucrative offer. Today's show: the economics of the low budget production house that gave Rob Cohen a chance to prove himself again.


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