Transcript for Huge movies, music that has everyone buzzing
Okay, so it is time for -- there you have it -- for "Binge this." Huge movies and music are coming out that everyone is going to be buzzing about, so we're breaking it all down so you can binge to get ready. And here with the incite scoop, former bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. We'll have fun this morning. So that iconic theme music, once we get it going, you know what that means. Yes. Taking us to a galaxy far, far away. Yes, yes, okay, so this is what you're going to want to do this weekend as far as binging is concerned. You'll kick off your shoes, relax your feet, cuddle up because it's cuddle season, right. You want to sit on the couch with your girls, boys, whoever it may be and watch the "Star wars" movies I through VIII. All of them. Now, full disclosure, never seen it. Not one "Star wars" movie. We won't tell our bosses. Yes, this is true. This is true. What is this? Don't touch me. It's a generational thing and guy/girl thing. I'm part of your generation, Eva. You're a guy. I'm a girl. That was a good defense. This is why it's perfect to binge it now. It's too late. It's not too late. It's not too late. Don't tell the people that because you're also going to want to binge "The mandalorian" which is a new series that's going to be on Disney plus. If you need any motivation for it, it brought us baby yoda. Now, I may not know "Star wars" but I know baby yoda. Yes, okay. So I'm saying all of this because I want you to get ready for the new "Star wars" movie which will be "The rise of Skywalker." It is the last one, the last part of a nine-part Skywalker saga. You have a lot to catch up on to get to this and I know Dan and whit are huge fans, "Mandalorian" fandalorians. Now one of our favorite musicians wrapping up 2019 in a major way. What is happening? Moving over to music, you'll want to dust off those old one direction albums. All right. And you're also going to want to pull out the self-titled 2017 album "Harry styles." Overdosing on Harry styles. Whit is a big fan. Okay. You're going to hate me for this too because another confession, I'm of the 'nsync/backstreet boys era. Me too. Never really listened to one direction. We're all getting ready for Harry styles. Yes, you have to binge this because this is going to help get relevant, step into the 2000-teens and get ready for the new album called "Fine line." We were listening to some of the music in hair and makeup back there. Full disclosure. It's going to get you ready for his new tour which starts next spring. Next spring, okay. So the cat is out of the bag. One of the most star-studded movies of the season is coming out. Tell us about it. Okay, we've done movies. We've done music. Now I'm going to get you in musical mode. "Cats." We'll do that. "Dreamgirls." This is more of my wheelhouse. We'll start you off by watching or listening to the 1983 "Cats" album. Classic. Then 2006, "Dreamgirls," which stars Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson then "Les mis" directed by Tom hooper and that is getting you ready for -- we've been hearing about it for a really long time. Now it's finally here. Premiering December 27th is "Cats." Star-studded cast. So much to get ready for. So much to binge. You named like 11 movies. I did, I did. Get comfortable. Get on the couch. Catch more from Rachel Lindsay on ESPN's radio's game night. Thank you so much. Thank you. Guys, over to you. By the way, there's still time for you to come to the light. But not "Star wars" -- She doesn't know who c3po is. She doesn't know boba Fett. The language, I have no idea. But I'm told we have to move on right away. Up next, holiday meals are
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