Your favorite Marvel and DC loving stand-up comics are at it again, as Jay Washington and Bobby Hill bring you an action packed, informative and super funny episode on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network. This week we recap and review the Infinity War Trailer, Agents Of Shield season 5 premiere, Runaways, The CW crossover – Crisis On Earth-X, as well as news, casting and production info on Ant-Man & The Wasp, Captain Marvel, Agents Of Shield, Daredevil, Punisher, Legion, Gambit, Venom, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Titans, Black Lightning, Arrow, and The Flash.
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See all the characters in the blue picture? Those characters are Marvel comic book characters who’s live-action versions are currently under control of 21st Century Fox, meaning the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the universe that is currently in the midst of the greatest run of intertwined filmmaking ever created has not had access to the Fantastic Four, the X-Men or even the word, ‘mutant.’
Well, that may be about to change as CNBC reported this morning that 21st Century Fox is in the midst of very serious talks to sell it’s film and television business to Disney, the parent of Marvel Studios and the aforementioned, MCU. While there is no certainty that there will be a deal, and even if there was, it would take quite a while to fully complete. The senior management of Fox is apparently interested in tightening the companies focus on news and sports.
Such a merger would not include any of Fox’s actual networks, as Disney already owns ABC, and owning two networks is a no-no, but with characters like Legion and shows like The Gifted, as well as Deadpool, Wolverine, the entire X-Men universe and the Fantastic Four (meaning Dr Doom and Galactus,) actually owning the Fox television networks wouldn’t even matter. Of course, if you’ve listened to our swapcasts with Thom Tran, you’ll know that a FF appearance in Avengers 3 or 4 means Jay and I have to dress up like Eddie Murphy from Raw and Delirious, respectively, and re-enact each entire special. Looks like we’ve got the opening story for our next podcast! Make sure you don’t miss Episode 71, dropping soon!
Comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill get down to the business of getting you all the info you need on your favorites in the Marvel and DC live-action universe. This week we cover spoilers, production info and casting news on Deadpool, Avengers 4, Thor, Legion, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, X-Men Dark Phoenix, Venom and the Inhumans for Marvel. For DC, we get you everything we know on The Flash (TV series,) Arrow, Legends Of Tomorrow, the CW Crossover, Black Lightning, Titans, Shazam and Aquaman. We’ve got it all for you on the Laugh Factory Podcast network!
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There is more and more news coming out of Comic-con in San Diego and this is one of them
The Legion panel ended with a pretty major news drop (well, two) as FX officially revealed that Saïd Taghmaoui has joined the season two cast as Amahl Farouk, a.k.a. the Shadow King.
The entire principal cast, including Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza, Rachel Keller, Jean Smart, Bill Irwin, Jeremie Harris, and Amber Midthunder, were all in attendance for the show’s first ever SDCC panel alongside series creator Noah Hawley and executive producers John Cameron, Lauren Shuler Donner, and Jeph Loeb.
Season two plot details were kept under wraps, but Hawley did cryptically tease that they are working on possibly introducing David Haller’s famous father, Professor X. We also learned that the second season will consist of ten episodes, which are expected to debut early 2018.
Taghmaoui is coming in hot after a scene-stealing performance as Sameer in Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman and his past credits include American Hustle, Three Kings, The Infiltrator, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, and Lost.
WHY???? Just WHY is this even going to happen. Well you know what let me go back and try to be as objective as possible. At a Producer’s panel for The FX show Legion at Comic-con in San Diego, its showrunner Noah Hawley just officially announced that he is developing a Doctor Doom movie for 20th Century Fox.
Hawley said during the panel, “I’m developing a film for Fox and I’ll just say two words, Doctor, Doom.”
This has caught many Marvel fans COMPLETELY OFF GUARD. Doctor Doom being one of Marvel’s most iconic villains has not been done justice in theaters. He has been featured in all three of 20th Century Fox’s Fantastic Four films the 2005, 2007 (Rise of the Silver Surfer) and the 2015 reboot, but he has not possessed both the true genius and menace that fans have come to know.
We want to know what do you all the readers think of this? Is it a good idea to do a Doctor Doom solo film or should he be included in the next reboot that is being talked about for the Fantastic Four.
There are concerns over Marvel’s first Netflix miss, finally hope for a DC movie, and comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill are covering that and more from your favorites, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week we talk about Iron Fist’s shaky early reviews, the crazy cool shots from the start of filming on Inhumans, Deadpool finding it’s Domino and a bunch of fresh news on a few X-Men-related properties. On the DC side, we’re jacked about Wonder Woman’s private screening and new trailer, Matt Reeves power play for Batman, possible characters and directors for Justice League and Superman, respectively, and recaps of Supergirl, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Marvel’s Legion!
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It’s the news, reviews, rumors and spoilers for your favorites across the Marvel and DC universe, plus info on our live Laugh Factory Long Beach show this Wednesday, all brought to you by comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network. This week we review Logan and talk about the future of Fox and R-rated superhero films, Deadpool 2 might have it’s Cable, Channing Tatum’s Gambit is still alive and we’ve got casting info on Inhumans, the new X-Men TV series and Black Lightning, along with deep recaps of Legion, Supergirl, Flash and Arrow. Always free, always funny!
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