Since Joss Whedon has taken over, reshoots, or as Warner would like you to call them, additional shoots, are taking place. Along with them, we’ve now seen this image, originally posted by the Twitter account of the UK fan site, “DC World.”
Speculation as to whether this is supposed to be early construction on a Hall Of Justice set piece, or a Watchtower set piece is running rampant, but either way, our DC heroes look like they’re getting a proper home base.
Before we get too carried away, Tim Burton is filming Dumbo in the same area, but c’mon, it has to be the Hall, right? Right? Catch the next podcast and we’ll give you our opinions on it!
This week, comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill bring you part 2 of our ‘Epic Crossover’ with comedian Thom Tran, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! We started on Sex, Jokes and Rock & Roll, and we finish up with everything from the live-action DC and Marvel universes. This week we answer Thom’s question about the DC universes from his podcast, review Wonder Woman, and bring you info on Justice League, Batman, Suicide Squad 2, Legends Of Tomorrow, The Flash, Krypton and a season review of Gotham. For Marvel we have news on who’s running the show, Ant-Man & The Wasp, X-Men, Luke Cage and the New Mutants movie. Get ready because this is loaded!
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There’s a lot to digest in this one, but we wanted to make sure we got it out to you as soon as we saw it! We get our first full looks at the technologically advanced nation of Wakanda in all its beauty. We also see Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger being brought into trial by W’kabi played by Daniel Kaluuya; Angela Bassett as T’challa’s mother Ramonda, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, and Letitia Wright as Shuri.
Look forward to hearng us take this apart more in depth on episode 65!
This trailer is loaded with action and color and has us excited. How about you?
At this point, you should know that “spoiler alert” is all over this one, so if you don’t want to know who Zendaya is going to be playing in the new Spider-Man: Homecoming movie, leave now!
…According to the novelization of the movie which is always released before the movie and often doles out a few spoilers, Zendaya’s character has been given a first and last name. That name is Michelle Toomes. Yes, Toomes, as in Adrian Toomes daughter. This adds even more of a spark of intrigue to the movie, as we’ve seen interactions between Peter and Michelle in trailers, so you can only assume her being the Vulture’s daughter is going to matter. Now we know why they hid who Zendaya was playing this whole time. Spider-Man: Homecoming premieres on July 7th, everywhere!
Even a giant green monster has to sleep sometime, right? We uncovered pictures on where the Hulk will be laying down his mighty head in Thor: Ragnarok. It appears it’s the skull of a giant beast. No telling whether he killed it himself or whether that’s just where the champ gets to rest no matter who it is, but it looks pretty epic!
The boys are back with another hot installment of the best news, info and reviews going on in the live-action Marvel and DC universes. Comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill go deep, late-night, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week we review Guardians Of The Galaxy, cover teasers and trailers for The Gifted, Defenders and Inhumans, give production updates on Runaways, New Mutants, and Gambit, along with recapping Agents Of Shield for Marvel. For DC, we preview Wonder Woman, talk Justice League reshoots, get series updates for Teen Titans, Krypton and Black Lightning, plus recaps of Gotham, Supergirl, The Flash and Arrow!
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With Bill O’Reilly finally out, Fox was finally free to reveal a giant slate of movie release dates. On top of setting out the future of the Avatar franchise, and firming up the Predator date, New Mutants, directed by Josh Boone will open, April 13, 2018. Following that, the much anticipated, Deadpool 2 (directed by David Leitch) will drop on June 1st of the same year, and they’ll close out the year with the likely less anticipated, hopefully second time’s the charmk story, Dark Phoenix, coming November 2nd.
As expected, this means we’ll probably get X-Force in 2019, and following that, yet another stab at trying to tell a good, original X-Men story. Of course, there’s still that little Channing Tatum/Doug Liman project out there. Gambit, anyone?