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Fiiiinallyyyy, Nicole and Lauren get to hang out with Peter Parker for a whole feature. And who better to take us through Spider-man's return to the MCU than actor, comedian, and Marvel's Next Breakout Superhero according to Stephen Colbert: Zach Cherry. And before you ask: yes, we watch Tom Holland's wet-hot performance of Umbrella and, yes, we get a Cam update! Wow, a jam-packed ep. Next week's movie: Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Like the show? Rate Newcomers 5 stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Nicole and Lauren to read on the pod! Follow the podcast on Letterboxd. Advertise on Newcomers via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello and welcome to Bill vs the MCU! Each month your hosts Pop Break Podcasts Editor Alex Marcus and Pop Break Editor in Chief Bill Bodkin take another step on their ten month journey to rewatch the ENTIRE Marvel Studios-produced Marvel Cinematic Universe, typically focusing on three or four films from the first four phases of the MCU per episode, reminiscing about their first watches, reflecting on their latest viewings, and considering the wider multiverse ahead! The reason this podcast came into existence is that our Editor-in-Chief has never finished the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So Alex is guiding him on his journey to actually finish the MCU over the next 10 months. This week we kicking off PHASE THREE with our first episode of FOUR film, including 2016's Captain America: Civil War & Doctor Strange and 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Captain America: Civil War, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume II are available to stream on Disney+. Spider-Man: Homecoming is currently available for rental and purchase on VOD and to stream via Starz.
Actress Josie Totah (SAVED BY THE BELL (reboot), GLEE, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING) is on the pod reminiscing with Whitney about the pilot they shot together and talking about everything from paying someone to kidnap you to meeting Whoopi Goldberg. Watch Josie in SAVED BY THE BELL streaming now on Peacock. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Things get HEATED in this week's episode. Dive in to hear us talk (and debate) about:· What we saw this week: From HARD LOVE to Disney Plus' MOON KNIGHT and Andrea Arnold's FISH TANK· The best post credits-scenes in film history: It didn't all start with Marvel and we've got the receipts to prove it (thanks to you)· The Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness ending: Breaking down the meaning of the Third Eye, Charlize Theron's Clea and that awesome Bruce Campbell cameoMake sure you subscribe to the podcast to wherever you're listening. AND if you want to show us some extra love, please rate & review. It makes a huge huge difference.Films and TV shows with awesome post-credits scenes that are mentioned in this episode: Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Bridesmaids, School of Rock, Matrix: Reloaded, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Spiderman: Homecoming, X-Men: Days of the Future Past, Deadpool, Sharp Objects, JawsAlso overheard in the episode: Check out the wonderful programme from Odyssey, the biggest Chinese film festival in Europe, running until 10th of June with plenty of online/accessible screenings.The Elvis Dead musical DOES exist and here's all the deets.Find the full transcript hereSign up to our newsletterFollow THAT FINAL SCENE on social:InstagramFacebook See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John and Kay have a spoilers filled discussion about the Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie from 2014. Links to the Movie Spotlights on the first two Tom Holland Spider-Man movies: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) http://comicbookpage.com/Podcast/?p=2426 Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019): http://comicbookpage.com/Podcast/?p=2890 Links: Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) @ IMDB.com: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1872181 Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com Join the discussion on […]
#JonWatts #Fantastic4 #Marvel MOVIE NEWS 1. Oscar winner Russell Crowe (Gladiator) and The Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth are set to star in action-thriller film Land Of Bad, we can reveal. Crowe will play Reaper, an Air Force drone pilot supporting a Delta Force special ops mission in the South Philippines. After the mission goes terribly wrong, he has 48 hours to remedy what has devolved into a wild rescue operation. Hemsworth will play the green air controller who is thrust into the middle of a high-stakes extraction which involves no weapons and no communication other than the drone above. 2. Aqua the band who made the mega hit Barbie will not have their song featured in the upcoming Barbie movie starring Margot Robbie. 3. Jon Watts will no longer be directing the upcoming Fantastic Four film. Watts, who helmed the massively successful Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home for Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios, has withdrawn from the Marvel Cinematic Universe project. STREAMING 1. Space Force Cancelled After 2 Seasons 2. Ozark Season 4 part 2 3. Kiteman Series Greenlit 4. Batwoman Cancelled after 3 seasons REAL QUICK 1. Dr. Strange 2 Movie News For Next Week
Today we discuss Marvel's biggest and most popular character: Spider-Man. In Spider-Man: Homecoming the guys talk about how desire can lead to sin, where to start in discipleship, and how Donald Glover is the most talented man in history. Follow The Marvelous Gospel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themarvelousgospel Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarvelGospelPod Follow Tommy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pastortommyhutch/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PastorTommyHutc Follow Frank Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pastorfrankgil/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PastorFrankGil
In this podcast series, two complete MCU fans, Tom Fox, founder of the Compliance Podcast Network, and Megan Dougherty, co-founder of One Stone Creative, indulge in a passion for all things in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by re-watching each movie and then podcasting on every movie in the MCU. If you want to indulge in your love for the MCU with two fans passionate about all things MCU, this is the podcast series for you. For this offering, we consider MCU Series - Spiderman-Homecoming. Some of the highlights include: Ø The story synopsis. Ø What are the key plot points? Ø What were some of our favorite cookies? Ø How does this movie fit into the overall MCU? Ø How is this movie an homage to prior non-MCU movies? **Next up in our series Dr. Strange** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to We Are Marvel! This week we are talking about Spider-Man: Homecoming! Spidey is finally back in his first solo film in the MCU! We really enjoyed this movie and talking about. What did you think about Spider-Man coming home? Please let us know! We hope you have fun listening! Don't forget to check out https://newsly.me/ and use promo code MARVEL To reach us visit: Website: https://wearemarvelpod.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/wearemarvelpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wearemarvelpod Instagram: https://instagram.com/wearemarvelpod Email Us: email@example.com Facebook Group: Join The We Are Marvel Facebook Group Check out our Tee Public Store: http://tee.pub/lic/wearemarvelpod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wearemarvel/message
As line break week hurdles towards its conclusion, Connor and Jack pause to consider ambiguity in line breaks. When the meaning of a word or phrase is altered by the positioning of a line break. They discuss the classic WB Yeats poem "Leda and the Swan" and Franz Wright's "Empty Cathedral." Along the way they talk about twists and turns in other literary work like Spiderman: Homecoming, Midnight Mass, and The Birds. Episode 1 of Line Break Week - Why break lines?: https://soundcloud.com/close-talking/episode-157-why-break-a-line-line-break-week-ep-1 Episode 2 of Line Break Week - Drama: https://soundcloud.com/close-talking/episode-158-who-will-bring-the-drama-the-line-break-line-break-week-ep-2 Episode 3 of Line Break Week - Miming: https://soundcloud.com/close-talking/episode-159-dramas-silent-cousin-miming-with-line-breaks-line-break-week-ep-3 Episode 4 of Line Break Week - Emphasis: https://soundcloud.com/close-talking/episode-160-using-poetic-line-breaks-for-emphasis-line-break-week-ep-4 Episode 5 of Line Break Week - Rhythm: https://soundcloud.com/close-talking/episode-161-from-meters-to-measures-rhythm-in-line-breaks-line-break-week-ep-5 Find us on Facebook at: facebook.com/closetalking Find us on Twitter at: twitter.com/closetalking Find us on Instagram: @closetalkingpoetry You can always send us an e-mail with thoughts on this or any of our previous podcasts, as well as suggestions for future shows, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, Nizzbit is back to watch the first of the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man trilogy. He's gone 5 years without seeing it, but what did he think? Let's find out... Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net
Marvel brought their A-Game this week, and so does The Direct Podcast.This week's show is headlined by all things Moon Knight, but the God of Thunder also gets major shine. We kick things off with all of your top news captained by the Thor: Love and Thunder trailer as well as the future of the DCEU following the Warner Bros. Discovery merger. We also touch on the latest developments from the ongoing Ezra Miller situation.As mentioned, Moon Knight is this week's shining star. The Disney+ series is officially in the back half, and Oscar Isaac has delivered an insanely unexpected left turn. We deep dive into all things Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and beyond on this week's review.Spider-Man: No Way Home featured a returning player from Spider-Man: Homecoming that nearly escaped everyone's mind. Agent Foster himself, Gary Weeks, joins the show to chat about his experience working with Marvel Studios, Spidey secrets, and which Outer Banks co-star he wants in the MCU.Finally, we bring back Capes and Tights to help analyze all the new threads from the Thor 4 trailer. Thank you all for rocking with us each and every week. Be a friend, tell a friend about The Direct Podcast!Visit The Direct: https://thedirect.com/Follow Liam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiamTCrowleyFollow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattroembkeTIMECODES2:54 - Ezra Miller Updates4:50 - Quick Questions16:13 - Sizzle Reel18:23 - Thor 4 Trailer Breakdown40:16 - Aldrich Killian Back??44:22 - The DCEU's Creative Overhaul58:59 - Moon Knight Ep4 Review1:34:42 - Spider-Man's Gary Weeks Interview1:52:38 - Capes and Tights: Thor 42:07:20 - Weekly Recs
This week on watchers, we share our thoughts on the 1974 horror classic, "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre". Then, we discuss the 2022 direct sequel "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". We also have a little Marvel Talk with "Spiderman: Homecoming" and "Doctor Strange".
With great power comes great responsibility. Jess and Jenae are back take a moment to talk about everyone's favorite Spiderman. Peter Parker is back in his first MCU standalone movie! Listen in as Jess and Jenae talk all about NYC public high schools, their lack of security, and how Tom is easily the (second) best Spiderman portrayal!
Sound the Icon Alert!!! We don't have one? We gotta get one. IT IS TRULY a glorious day because Garcelle Beauvais is joining Matt & Bowen on Las Culturistas! Look at God! And they're asking the hard questions: did her Spiderman: Homecoming character Doris Toomes survive the snap and the blip? Does she even know what any of that means? The answer might not shock you. What do we need to know regarding the BTS of working with Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy, Michael Jordan and, yes, Will Smith? And what can we espect to go down on the new season of RHOBH? What goes down in ASPEN?!?!? All this, coming to America (lol) from Haiti and discovering R&B music, the visceral movie star sexuality of Brad Pitt in Thelma & Louise, maintaining your "front row" relationships, finally *some* Oscars decompressing, and the very REAL camaraderie between the ladies of The Real. Garcelle's memoir Love Me As I Am is out on April 12th, and you'll be better for reading it. We have been touched by greatness! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop The Vulture once in a while you're going to miss it. This week on Harmless Phosphorescence we're watching Spider-Man Homecoming! Support the show and get early access and exclusive content at https://www.patreon.com/harmlessentertainment Watch us live stream our recording sessions every Sunday at 12:30 PM Eastern, 11:30 Central, 9:30 AM Mountain, 8:30 AM Pacific time on Youtube! If you can't catch it live, hop on our Youtube Channel to watch it later! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEDmdtUAW_pJYCJfaZV7Unw/live Follow us on Twitter! Join the conversation in our Facebook Group or on Reddit https://www.twitter.com/harmlessmedia https://www.facebook.com/groups/504312413670694 https://www.reddit.com/r/harmlessentertainment Buy some Merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/attention-hellmart-shoppers Check out Executive Producer Michael Beckwith's movie website at https://upallnightmovies.com/ RANKINGS Logan Captain America: Civil War The Avengers The Dark Knight Iron Man Captain America: The WInter Soldier Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Guardians of the Galaxy Batman Begins Batman 89 Spider-Man 2 Spider-Man Homecoming Deadpool Captain America: The First Avenger Spider-Man X-Men: Days of Future Past Ant-Man Avengers: The Age of Ultron Wonder Woman Iron Man 3 The Dark Knight Rises Superman 1978 Dr Strange Thor Kick-Ass X-Men First Class Hellboy X2 Iron Man 2 Hellboy II: The Golden Army Watchmen X-Men 2000 Batman Returns Blade Defendor Unbreakable Swamp Thing The Crow Batman 66 Orgazmo Superman II Thor: The Dark World The Wolverine Superman Returns Blade II Mystery Men Super Chronicle Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Man of Steel The Green Hornet The Incredible Hulk Sky High The Mask Constantine The Rocketeer Darkman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Superman III Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Return of Swamp Thing Superhero Movie Blade Trinity Batman V Superman: Dawn of justice Fantastic Four: The Rise of Silver Surfer Hancock Fantastic Four Blankman Supergirl Power Rangers The Meteor Man X-Men Last Stand Van Helsing Spiderman 3 The Amazing Spider-Man TMNT2 Superman and the Mole Men Green Lantern Ghost Rider TMNT -OOTS TMNT3 Hero At Large Push Jumper Condorman Howard The Duck Punisher: War Zone Toxic Avenger Part II TMNT14 Hulk The Crow: City of Angels Daredevil The Punisher 04 The Punisher 89 Batman Forever Kick Ass 2 Steel The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen The Amazing Spider-Man 2 X-Men Apocalypse Split Suicide Squad X-Men Origins: Wolverine The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl Sgt Kabukiman NYPD The Phantom Toxic Avenger The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Shadow The Toxic Avenger Part III Spawn Batman and Robin Elektra My Super Ex-Girlfriend Zoom Underdog Catwoman The Spirit Jonah Hex Fant4stic Max Steel Superman IV: The Quest For Peace Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV Son of the Mask The Crow: Wicked Prayer Super Capers All Superheroes Must Die
Today our guest is Nicholas Polk, a Northeastern University Alumnus, a comedic performer, a sketch comic, standup comedian, mime, writer, and clown. We discuss LGBTQ+ and POC representation in the media, the price to put on a show or perform, and the clown scene in Chicago and Los Angeles. Trigger warning: suicidal thoughts related to being LGBTQ+ Check out his Instagram: @febrezefartss Check out my Website and Instagram: https://www.emicoproductions.com/ @empersico @artistswithem @emicoproductions
The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Lauren, Agent Michelle, Agent Chris, and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the 1992 Marvel Entertainment Group X-Men The Animated Series season three episodes three through seven “The Phoenix Saga” and the weekly news related to Marvel Studios productions. The Team debriefs you on National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day, a profile on X-Men The Animated Series Production studio CEO Haim Saban, a Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Previously On in honor of X-Men The Animated Series, episode synopses, our disappointment Jubilee couldn't go to Space Camp, if the Phoenix Saga represented space accurately, the tears of Scott Summers Scott's father Corsair, Xavier's alien soulmate Lilandra, Xavier's motivations, Scott and Jean's new symbiotic relationship, the Mutant fight breakdowns in the saga, and finally all the superhero cameos in the saga. Stay tuned after the credits for a few minutes of Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. bonus audio. THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Marvel Entertainment's X-Men The Animated Series As Shown On Disney+ Discuss the 1992 X-Men Animated Series The Phoenix Saga season 3 episodes 3-7 A Profile of the X-Men The Animated Series Production Studio Founder Haim Saban Weekly Marvel Studio News Marvel Studios Developing New Cosmic Project Miss Minute's unused WGA Acceptance Speech If Marvel Altered Defenders Shows on Disney+ X-MEN THE ANIMATED SERIES S3E3 – S3E7 THE PHOENIX SAGA [5:28] X-Men The Animated Series Production Company CEO Haim Saban Profile IMDB Credits: 118 Composer Credits 71 Producer Credits https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0536805/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Most well known for the Power Rangers series but had his hand in numerous film, animated series and sitcoms. Background Disappointed in the lack of information available on Haim in the form of researched books or articles for the 232nd richest man in america However, this is what I was able to find: Born on October 15th, 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt Immigrated with his family to Israel in 1956 Was a bass player and band manager starting in 1966 at the age of 18 His band was mildly successful but in 1969 focused on music promotion instead Haim moved to France in 1970 and used the pseudonym Kussa Mahchi for credits in Saban Entertainment productions When he moved to the United States in 1983 he began work in the soundtracks for children's television programs and discovered the gold mine that was there 1988 he founded Saban Entertainment which became best known for Power Rangers but was a juggernaut in children's programs including X-Men the animated Series In 1996 Haim merged Saban Entertainment and Fox Kids into Fox Kids Worldwide and made his fortune there In 1998 he was accused of not actually composing his total 3,700 credits and settled out of court with 10 composers Haim has gone on to control international television and music distribution and has become a huge political supporter as a one issue interested part (pro-Isreal) Sources https://www.forbes.com/profile/haim-saban/?sh=404ec6958b00 https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2010/05/10/the-influencer https://people.com/politics/huma-abedin-david-foster-haim-saban-hollywood-walk-of-fame-star-ceremony/ https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2007/06/haim-saban/40714/ https://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/05/business/yourmoney/schlepping-to-moguldom.html https://web.archive.org/web/20160731222110/http://projects.nytimes.com/clinton-donors/search?name=haim+saban X-MEN ANIMATED SERIES 25th ANNIVERSARY PANEL https://youtu.be/mu8_WOEnV8g?t=390 Previously on X-Men: The Making of an Animated Series By Eric Lewald https://smile.amazon.com/Previously-X-Men-Animated-Eric-Lewald-ebook/dp/B077XLWMK6/ PREVIOUSLY ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D…. [12:36] X-Men The Animated Series Season Three Episodes 3-7 Premiered on “Fox Kids” (Episode Order As Shown On Disney+, Premiere Dates As Shown On Fox)- move to after school programming S3E3 “Phoenix Saga, Part 1: Sacrifice” Monday September 5th, 1994 S3E4 “Phoenix Saga, Part 2: Dark Shroud” Tuesday September 6th, 1994 S3E5 “Phoenix Saga, Part 3: Cry of the Banshee” Wednesday September 7th, 1994 S3E6 “Phoenix Saga, Part 4: Starjammers” Thursday September 8th, 1994 S3E7 “Phoenix Saga, Part 5: Child of Light” Friday September 9th, 1994 Produced By: Will Meugniot Larry Houston X-Men The Animated Series Main Cast Cedric Smith ... Professor X / Charles Xavier 117 Credits, best known for X-Men Norm Spencer ... Cyclops / Scott Summers 31 Credits, best known for X-Men Catherine Disher ... Jean Grey / Phoenix 122 Credits, best known for X-Men Alison Sealy-Smith ... Storm / Ororo Munroe 72 Credits, best known for X-Men Iona Morris ... Storm / Ororo Munroe 101 Credits Star Trek TOS (Little Girl) Claudian Grant on Robotech 2xStar Trek: Voyager Lenore Zann ... Rogue 110 Credits, best known for X-Men Cal Dodd ... Wolverine / Logan 34 Credits, best known for X-Men Alyson Court ... Jubilee / Jubilation Lee 100 Credits, best known for X-Men George Buza ... Beast / Dr. Henry 'Hank' McCoy 163 Credits, best known for X-Men Chris Potter ... Gambit / Remy LeBeau 58 Credits The Pacifier Heartland Don Francks ... Sabretooth / Graydon Creed Sr. 191 Credits Johnny Mnemonic Heavy Metal Brett Halsey ... Bolivar Trask 154 Credits Barry Flatman ... Henry Peter Gyrich (works with Trask) David Hemblen ... Magneto / Erik Magnus Lehnsherr Lawrence Bayne ... Cable / Nathan Dayspring-Summers 127 Credits Randall Carpenter (She) ... Mystique / Raven Darkholme (voice) 13 Credits Lally Cadeau ... Dr. Moira MacTaggert Stephen Ouimette ... Angel / Warren Worthington III John Colicos ... Apocalypse / En Sabah Nur Rick Bennett ... Colossus / Piotr Rasputin / Juggernaut / Cain Marko (voice) Philip Akin ... Bishop (voice) (as Phil Aiken) Marc Strange ... Forge (voice) Chris Britton ... Mr. Sinister / Nathaniel Essex Ron Rubin ... Morph Maurice Dean Wint ... Shadow King Robert Cait ... Colossus / Piotr Rasputin Tara Strong ... Illyana Rasputin Robert Calt ... Blob / Frederick Dukes Rod Coneybeare ... Avalanche Jennifer Dale ... Mystique / Raven Darkholme Graham Haley ... Pyro / St. John Allerdyce Roscoe Handford ... Ms. Marvel / Carol Danvers Robert Bockstael ... Sauron / Dr. Karl Lykos Peter Wildman ... Mojo Rod Wilson ... Longshot John Blackwood ... Hairbag Dan Hennessey ... Ruckus Peter McCowatt ... Amphibius Megan Smith-Harris ... Vertigo / Shanna the She-Devil Rod Wilson ... Gorgeous George X-Men: 17 Characters You Didn't Know Were Possessed By The Phoenix Force https://screenrant.com/phoenix-forced-possessed-marvel-xmen-characters/ Jean Grey Rachel Grey Amber Hunt Quentin Quire, Aka Kid Omega Giraud Of Haven Stepford Cuckoos Cyclops The Phoenix Five Hope Summers Madelyn Pryor Iron Fist Emma Frost Professor X Spider-Phoenix?! Wolverine Nightcrawler Storm MARVEL STUDIOS WEEKLY NEWS [46:09] MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE – OTHER STUDIOS Marvel's Second MCU Film, The Incredible Hulk, Is Finally Streaming - But Not On Disney+ https://www.cbr.com/mcu-incredible-hulk-streaming-hbo-max/ Over a decade after its original release, The Incredible Hulk, the second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has at last been made available to stream -- only not on the platform many fans might have expected. While nearly every other MCU movie has found a streaming home on Disney+, HBO Max recently announced that The Incredible Hulk starring Ed Norton, Liv Tyler and Tim Roth will start streaming on its service beginning April 8. The Incredible Hulk now joins Spider-Man: Homecoming, Far From Home and No Way Home as the only MCU films not currently available on Disney+. DISNEY+ Michael Waldron @michaelwaldron Congrats to Succession and Hacks on their WGA awards! Here's the speech we submitted in case we won. #Loki https://twitter.com/michaelwaldron/status/1505703565104500756 Marvel Scrubbed Netflix Credits From Defenders Shows on Disney+… And Fans Noticed https://www.cbr.com/netflix-disney-plus-defenders-credits-marvel/ A Disney+ viewer notices that the streaming platform has edited out the Netflix logo from the opening credits of Marvel series like Jessica Jones. Earlier in March, all of Netflix's Marvel shows were removed from the streaming platform, eventually landing on Disney+ on March 16. While watching the Jessica Jones Season 1 episode "A.K.Arrrr. Crush Syndrome" on Disney+, one fan caught that the Netflix name had not been entirely removed from the opening credit sequence, posting it on Reddit. For other episodes of the series and shows like Daredevil and Luke Cage though, these credits have been removed entirely without a trace. Marvel Studios Developing New Cosmic Project https://www.cbr.com/marvel-studios-developing-new-cosmic-project/ According to the latest issue of Production Weekly, a trustworthy industry publication that tracks and chronicles films and series in various stages of development, Marvel Studios is beginning work on a new cosmic project. The entry is simply listed as, "Untitled Marvel Space Project" and sports the status of "Development." As can be expected, Marvel Studios President Kevin Fiege is currently listed as the only producer attached to the project. Beyond its existence, nothing else is known about what this mysterious chapter in the MCU will entail. MARVEL TELEVISION Avengers: Endgame Almost Featured an Agents of SHIELD Character (Photo) https://thedirect.com/article/avengers-endgame-agents-of-shield-character-photo Avengers Endgame Almost Included Marvel TV Marvel Studios made its first major reference to the television side in Avengers: Endgame. Agent Carter's Edwin Jarvis made a brief cameo as Howard Stark's butler during the 1970s Tesseract segment of the Time Heist, tying those two projects together. But it seems the same sequence came close to bringing Agents of SHIELD into the picture through Season 2 antagonist Daniel Whitehall. The Hydra boss spent the early days of his career recovering powerful artifacts under the Red Skull before joining him to work on the Tesseract, explaining his link to the Time Heist plans. Despite being born in 1904, Whitehall retained his middle-aged appearance in the modern-day after using harvesting the DNA and organs of an Inhuman to de-age himself. After causing half a season of trouble for the Agents of SHIELD team, Whitehall was finally shot and killed by Phil Coulson in 2014, meaning he was still alive during the Avengers' first attempt to recover the Tesseract for 2012. Reed Diamond must have been shocked to receive a call from Marvel to check his availability, given his Hydra villain had been killed off years earlier. Since Whitehall was alive throughout the entire Time Heist, it's anyone's guess where he may have appeared. The Hydra Boss was captured by the SSR in 1945 and held until 1989, meaning he may have been considered for the 1970s SHIELD base scene with the young Peggy Carter, Hank Pym, and Howard Stark. The scrapped Agents of SHIELD crossover would have left Runaways, Cloak and Dagger, and all five heroes of "The Defenders Saga" as the only major omissions from Avengers: Endgame. Since the blockbuster event was already so packed with heroes, perhaps it was for the best that Marvel didn't try to integrate its many TV fan-favorites into the mix. Despite Agents of SHIELD's many references to the MCU, Marvel Studios has yet to reference any characters or events from the seven-season epic, leading some to justifiably call its canon status into question. But with the series having just recently made the jump to Disney+, speculation is rife that the SHIELD team could be in for a comeback in the near future. OUTRO AND BONUS AUDIO [58:18] Nerds With Dice “Exceptionals” One Shot https://www.twitch.tv/nerdswithdice/video/1441665481 PlayComics: Blade Maidens with Zoe Tunnell https://playcomics.com/blade-maidens-with-zoe-tunnell/ Smoking And Drinking In Space: The Expanse Season 4 https://smokinganddrinkinginspace.podbean.com/e/ep-182-the-expanse-season-4/ We would love to hear back from you! Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the Agents discuss the 2022 Disney+ Series Moon Knight premiere episode. You can listen in live when we record Thursday Evenings at 8:00 PM Eastern time at Geeks.live. Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871 Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (gonnageek.com). This podcast was recorded on Thursday March 24th, 2022. 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The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Michelle, Agent Chris, and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the 2021 Sony Pictures film Spider-Man: No Way Home. The Team debriefs you on the film's cast highlights and creative team run down, the Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. exclusive synopsis, why the film was released a week early via Video On Demand, where the agents purchased the film and why, the one individual responsible for making this film possible, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire's return as Peter Parker, Charlie Cox' return to the screen as Matt Murdock, why the film's premise invites so many questions, the court of public opinion, the friendship and relationships of the trio at the heart of the film, the magnificent special effects and fights, Ned's future in magic, Peter's decision to accept being alone in the world, Flashpoint – enough said, Aunt May's moving dialogue and meaningful death, Andrew Garfield's MJ redemption, super science in a high school chemistry laboratory, Spidey suits, Doc Ock's suit, and that Venom mid credit scene. The Agents also discuss the top Marvel Studios news stories of the week including the Spider-Man: No Way Home box office, the sad news about William Hurt's passing, that new Ms Marvel Disney+ Trailer, and an unconfirmed report of a Daredevil Reboot. Stay tuned after the credits for a few minutes of Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. bonus audio you won't hear anywhere else. THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) Weekly Marvel Studio News Sad news of William Hurt's passing That new Ms. Marvel Disney+ trailer An unconfirmed report of a Daredevil reboot SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME [3:38] Spider-Man: No Way Home Produced By: Kevin Feige https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0270559/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cr4#producer 79 Production Credits Starting with X-Men in 2000 79 are Marvel Comics Based properties. He is currently THE man in charge of the Marvel Studios Future Projects include: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) I Am Groot TV Series (2022) Thor: Love and Thunder (2022) She-Hulk TV Series (2022) Ms. Marvel TV Series (2022) Moon Knight TV Series (2022) Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023) The Marvels (2023) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 (2023) Armor Wars TV Series (???) Ironheart TV Series (???) Fantastic Four (???) Echo TV Series (???) Blade (???) Untitled Marvel Cinematic Universe Television Show (???) Produced By: Amy Pascal https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1166871/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cr10 23 Production Credits Starting in 2016 Ghostbusters (2016) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Venom (2018) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019) Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) Other Credited Shang Chi and the Legend Of The Ten Rings Producers: Victoria Alonso ... executive producer Avi Arad ... executive producer Mitchell Bell ... co-producer Chris Buongiorno ... co-producer Louis D'Esposito ... executive producer Emily Fong ... associate producer Rachel O'Connor ... executive producer JoAnn Perritano ... executive producer Matt Tolmach ... executive producer David H. Venghaus Jr .... associate producer Music By: Michael Giacchino https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1014697/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cr8 153 Composing Credits Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (announced) ... 2021 Spider-Man: Far from Home … 2019 Incredibles 2 (music by) … 2018 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (music by) … 2018 Return to Zootopia … 2017 War for the Planet of the Apes (music composed by) … 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming (music by) .. 2017 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (music by) … 2016 Doctor Strange (music by) … 2016 Star Trek Beyond (music by) ... 2016 Zootopia (original score composed by) … 2016 Jurassic World … 2015 Tomorrowland (music by) 2015 Jupiter Ascending ... 2015 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes … 2014 Star Trek Into Darkness 2013 Fringe (TV Series) (74 episodes) … 2008-2013 John Carter … 2012 Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (music by) … 2011 Cars 2 (original score composed by) … 2011 Super 8 … 2011 Lost (TV Series) (117 episodes) 2004-2010 Star Trek … 2009 Speed Racer (music by) … 2008 Ratatouille (music by) … 2007 Alias (TV Series) (105 episodes) 2001-2006 Sky High … 2005 The Incredibles (music by) 2004 Directed By: Jon Watts https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1218281/?ref_=ttfc_fc_dr1 31 directing credits Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Fantastic Four (pre-production) Written by: Chris McKenna https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0571344/?ref_=ttfc_fc_wr1 10 Writing Credits 28 episodes of American Dad 10 episodes of Community The Lego Batman Movie (2017) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2017) Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Written by: Erik Sommers https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1273099/?ref_=ttfc_fc_wr2#writer 16 Writing Credits 9 episodes of American Dad 1 episode of Community The Lego Batman Movie (2017) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2017) Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Major Cast: Jamie Foxx ... Max Dillon / Electro Willem Dafoe ... Norman Osborn / Green Goblin Alfred Molina ... Dr. Otto Octavius / Doc Ock Thomas Haden Church ... Flint Marko / Sandman Rhys Ifans ... Dr. Curt Connors / The Lizard Tom Holland ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man Zendaya ... MJ Andrew Garfield ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man Tobey Maguire ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man J.K. Simmons ... J. Jonah Jameson Benedict Cumberbatch ... Doctor Strange Benedict Wong ... Wong Marisa Tomei ... May Parker Charlie Cox ... Matt Murdock Jon Favreau ... Happy Hogan Angourie Rice ... Betty Brant Arian Moayed ... Agent Cleary Paula Newsome ... MIT Assistant Vice Chancellor Hannibal Buress ... Coach Wilson Martin Starr ... Mr. Harrington Haroon Khan ... Apprentice J.B. Smoove ... Mr. Dell Tony Revolori ... Flash Thompson Mary Rivera ... Ned's Lola Jacob Batalon ... Ned Leeds Kathleen Cardoso ... Arena Bystander Emily Fong ... Apprentice Rudy Eisenzopf ... Arena Bystander Jonathan Sam ... Arena Bystander Ben VanderMey ... Man in Car Andrew Dunlap ... Dad in Car Gary Weeks ... Agent Foster Zany Dunlap ... Mom in Car Clutch Dunlap ... Kid in Car Minnah Dunlap ... Kid in Car Willie Burton ... May's Neighbor Mallory Hoff ... Reporter Greg Clarkson ... Reporter Gregory Konow ... Donut Shop Boss Regina Ting Chen ... Reporter Carol Dines ... Donut Shop Waitress Anisa Nyell Johnson ... School Security Guard Robert Mitchel Owenby ... Daily Bugle Lackey Glenn Keogh ... British Reporter Paris Benjamin ... British Anchor Jwaundace Candece ... Damage Control Agent Taylor St. Clair ... Protestor Rolando Fernandez ... Crowd Member Gabriella Cila ... Crowd Member Darnell Appling ... Crowd Member Ed Force ... Donut Shop Patron (as Edward Force) Michael Le ... Guy with Phone Dean Meminger ... NY1 Reporter Frederick A. Brown ... Fred the Janitor Clay Savage ... Suit Voice Trailers: No theater trailers seen since the film was viewed on Prime Video by the hosts NEWS [1:03:40] UPCOMING MARVEL STUDIOS SLATE OF PROJECTS Moon Knight will premiere March 30th, 2022 on Disney+ Confirmed During Disney+ Day 12 Nov 20211 Series Synopsis Released: https://www.cbr.com/moon-knight-marvel-synopsis-multiple-personalities/ First Trailer Released: https://www.superherohype.com/tv/510119-marvel-studios-debuts-the-first-trailer-for-moon-knight Spider-Man: No Way Home premiered on December 17th, 2021. Will premiere streaming on Starz https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/movie-news/watch-spider-man-no-way-home-online-free-1273518/ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 6, 2022) Ms Marvel is supposed to premiere late in 2021 on Disney+ but no date has been announced. The series was confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021 (Summer 2022) Series synopsis: https://www.cbr.com/ms-marvel-captain-marvel-shadow-synopsis/ Ms. Marvel introduces Kamala Khan--a 16-year-old Pakistani American from Jersey City. An aspiring artist, an avid gamer and a voracious fan-fiction scribe, she is a huge fan of the Avengers—and one in particular, Captain Marvel. But Kamala has always struggled to find her place in the world—that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she's always looked up to Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ She-Hulk is supposed to premiere late in 2022 on Disney+ It was confirmed the series was coming in 2022 on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021 Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8, 2022) Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11, 2022) https://comicbook.com/marvel/amp/news/black-panther-riri-williams-ironheart-mcu-debut-dominique-thorne/ I Am Groot is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced. Previous mentioned as a holiday special Series confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 as a series of shorts watching Groot grow up Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate Secret Invasion is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced. Series confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 A report from Japan removed Secret Invasion from a 2022 premiere date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate What If…? Season 2 Confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 No premiere date indicated Possibly moved to 2023” https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate Ironheart is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced. Series confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 Armor Wars is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Echo is in development for release on Disney+ Confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 but no release/premiere date given. Agatha: House of Harkness Announced/Confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021 An untitled Wakanda series is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. X-Men ‘97 (2023) Written by Executive Producer Beau DeMayo. Announced Disney+ Day (12 Nov 2021) The Marvels (Feb. 17, 2023) Marvel Zombies Animated series announced on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 No date given Also, we know there will be a Loki season two at some point. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (July 28, 2023) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5th, 2023) Fantastic Four (???) Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special Confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 Different from I Am Groot Spider-Man: Freshman Year Announced during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021 No premiere date given Untitled (February 16th, 2024) Untitled (May 3rd, 2024) Untitled (July 26th, 2024) Untitled (November 8th, 2024) List of MCU films in production without premiere dates Fantastic Four Deadpool 3 Blade Avengers-Level Team up to end the phase (not confirmed in development) Could be linked to Russo Brothers story from last week Captain America Sequel Possible X-Men Projects that have NOT been announced yet Young Avengers TOP NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK William Hurt, Oscar-Winning Actor for ‘Kiss of the Spider Woman,' Dies at 71 https://variety.com/2022/film/news/william-hurt-dead-kiss-of-the-spider-woman-1235203576/ William Hurt, who became a top leading man in the 1980s, winning an Oscar for 1985's “Kiss of the Spider Woman” and starring in “The Big Chill” and “Body Heat,” died Sunday of natural causes. He was 71. Hurt's death was confirmed to Variety by his friend, Gerry Byrne. His son Will said in a statement, “It is with great sadness that the Hurt family mourns the passing of William Hurt, beloved father and Oscar winning actor, on March 13, 2022, one week before his 72nd birthday. He died peacefully, among family, of natural causes.” Hurt was nominated for four Oscars over the course of his long career, scoring two best actor nominations for “Broadcast News” and “Children of a Lesser God” and a supporting actor nod for less than 10 minutes of screen time in “A History of Violence.” He was one of the most heralded performers of the 1980s, becoming something of a cerebral sex symbol and a reluctant, albeit bankable, movie star. Hurt later transitioned into character roles in the 1990s and successfully alternated between big screen projects and television, scoring Emmy nominations for his work as a whistleblower in “Damages” and his portrayal of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson in “Too Big to Fail.” More recently, Hurt became well known to a younger generation of movie lovers with his portrayal of the no-nonsense General Thaddeus Ross in 2008's “The Incredible Hulk.” He later reprised the role in “Captain America: Civil War” and “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Avengers: Endgame” and “Black Widow.” MCU – MARVEL STUDIOS Box Office: Box Office: Marvel's ‘Eternals' Tops $300 Million Worldwide https://www.boxofficemojo.com/title/tt10872600/?ref_=bo_se_r_1 Opening Weekend Domestic: $260,138,569 To Date: Domestic: $793,372,019 International: $1,084,400,000 Worldwide: $1,877,772,019 Past Superhero Films Opening Weekend Marvel Iron Man (2008) Domestic: $100.8 Million International: WorldWide: $201 Million Budget: $140M All-Time Domestic: $319.0M International: $266.8M Worldwide: $585.8M The Incredible Hulk (2008) Domestic: $54.4 Million International: WorldWide: Budget: $150M All-Time Domestic: $134.8M International: $130.0M Worldwide: $264.8M Iron Man 2 (2010) Domestic: $133.6 M International: $194 M WorldWide: $327 M Budget: $200M All-Time Domestic: $312.4M International: $311.5M Worldwide: $623.9M Thor (2011) Domestic: $65.7 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $150M All-Time Domestic: $181.0M International: $268.3M Worldwide: $449.3M Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Domestic: $65.7 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $140M All-Time Domestic: $176.7M International: $193.9M Worldwide: $370.6M The Avengers (2012) Domestic: $207.4 M (Biggest Domestic Opening Of All Time to date) International: $447.4 (For a full week) WorldWide: $617.7 Budget: $220M All-Time Domestic: $623.4M International: $895.5M Worldwide: $1,518.8M ($1.5B) Iron Man 3 (2013) Domestic: $175,3 M International: $504.8 M (to date) WorldWide: $680.1 M Budget: $200M All-Time Domestic: $409.0M International: $805.8M Worldwide: $1,214.8M ($1.2B) Thor: The Dark World (2013) Domestic: $86.1M International: WorldWide: Budget: $170M All-Time Domestic: $206.4M International: $438.4M Worldwide: $644.8M Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Domestic: $95M International: $207.1 M to date WorldWide:$370.5M to date Budget: $170M All-Time Domestic: $259.8M International: $454.7M Worldwide: $714.4M Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014) Domestic: $94.3M International: $67.4 M WorldWide:$161.7 M Budget: $170M All-Time Domestic: $333.7M International: $439.6M Worldwide: $773.4M Avengers Age Of Ultron (2015) Domestic: $191.3M International: WorldWide:$631.1M to date Budget: $250M All-Time Domestic: $459.0M International: $943.8M Worldwide: $1,402.8M ($1.4B) Ant-Man (2015) Domestic: $58 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $130M All-Time Domestic: $180.2M International: $339.1M Worldwide: $519.3M Captain America: Civil War (2016) Domestic: $179.14 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $250M All-Time Domestic: $408.1M International: $745.3M Worldwide: $1,153.3M ($1.15B) Doctor Strange (2016) Domestic: $85 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $165M All-Time Domestic: $232.6M International: $445.2M Worldwide: $677.8M Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 (2017) Domestic: $145 International: WorldWide:$427.6M Budget: $200M All-Time Domestic: $389.8M International: $473.9M Worldwide: $863.8M Spider-Man Homecoming (2017) Domestic: $117M International: WorldWide: Budget: $175M All-Time Domestic: $334.2M International: $546.0M Worldwide: $880.2M Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Domestic: $122.7M International: WorldWide: Budget: $180M All-Time Domestic: $315.1M International: $538.9M Worldwide: $854.0M Black Panther (2018) Domestic: $202.0M International: WorldWide:$426.6 M to date Budget: $200M (estimated) All-Time Domestic: $700.4M International: $647.2M Worldwide: $1,347.6M ($1.3B) Avengers Infinity War (2018) Domestic:$258M Domestic (Highest ever to date) International: WorldWide:$640M Worldwide (highest ever to date) Budget: $316M (Estimated) All-Time Domestic: $678.8M International: $1,369.5M ($1.37B) Worldwide: $2,048.4M ($2.0B) Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) Domestic: $76 M International: WorldWide: Budget: $162M (estimated) All-Time Domestic: $216.6M International: $406.0M Worldwide: $622.7M Captain Marvel (2019) Domestic: $154 M International: $320M WorldWide: $456M Budget: $160M All-Time Domestic: $426.8M International: $701.6M Worldwide: $1,128.5M ($1.3B) Avengers: Endgame (2019) Domestic: $357.1M Biggest Ever To Date International: WorldWide: $1.2 Billion Biggest Ever To Date Budget: $356M All-Time Domestic: $858.3M International: $1,939.1M ($1.9B) Worldwide: $2,797.5M ($2.8B) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Domestic: $95.6M International: $M WorldWide: $M Budget: $160M All-Time Domestic: $390.5M International: $741.4M Worldwide: $1,131.9M ($1.13B) Black Widow (2021) Domestic: $80.4M+$60M Streaming International: $79M Worldwide: $158.8M “Global” (+ Streaming): $218.8M Budget: $200M All-Time Domestic: $183.7M International: $196.0M Worldwide: $379.6M Shang-Chi and the Legend Of The Ten Rings (2021) Opening Weekend Domestic: $83.5M (Better than 5 previous MCU films) International: $56.2M Worldwide: $139.7M To Date: Domestic: $224.5M International: $207.7M Worldwide: $432.2M (Better than 3 previous MCU films) The Incredible Hulk Captain America: The First Avenger Black Widow Eternals and The Ten Rings (2021) Opening Weekend Domestic: $71.3M (23/27) International: $90.7M Worldwide: $161.7M More than The Incredible Hulk, Ant-Man, Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor To Date: Domestic: $164.8M (More than The Incredible Hulk) 26/27 International: $237.0M (More than The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: The First Avenger, Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend Of The Ten Rings) 23/27 Worldwide: $401.8M ((More than The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: The First Avenger, Black Widow) 24/27 DCEU Man Of Steel (2013) Domestic: $116.6M International: WorldWide: Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice (2016) Domestic: $166M International: WorldWide: Suicide Squad (2016) Domestic: $133.6 M International: WorldWide: Wonder Woman (2017) Domestic: $103.2M International: WorldWide: Justice League (2017) Domestic: $93.8M International: WorldWide: Aquaman (2018) Domestic: $67.8M International: WorldWide: Bird Of Prey (2020) - Feb 5th Domestic: $33.0M International: WorldWide: Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Domestic: $16.7M International: WorldWide: Others Deadpool (2016) Domestic: $113 International: WorldWide: Deadpool 2 (2018) Domestic: $125.5M International: WorldWide: Logan (2017) Domestic: $88.4M International: WorldWide: X-Men (2000) Domestic: $54.4M International: WorldWide: X2 (2003) Domestic: $85.5M International: WorldWide: X-Men The Stand Stand (2006) Domestic: $102.7 M International: WorldWide: X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) Domestic: $85M International: WorldWide: The Wolverine (2013) Domestic: $53.1 M International: WorldWide: X-Men First Class (2011) Domestic: $55.1M International: WorldWide: X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014) Domestic: $90.8 M International: WorldWide: X-Men Apocalypse (2016) Domestic: $65.7 M International: WorldWide: Dark Phoenix (2019) Domestic: $32.8M International: WorldWide: DISNEY+ Marvel Studios' Ms. Marvel | Official Trailer | Disney+ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9EX0f6V11Y Secret Invasion's Samuel L. Jackson Confirms War Machine for the Disney+ Series https://www.cbr.com/secret-invasion-sam-jackson-concfirms-war-machine-mcu-role-disney-plus/ Jackson discussed working alongside War Machine actor Don Cheadle in Secret Invasion during a recent episode of the Happy, Sad, Confused podcast. "Don, Don Cheadle… I got Don, that's my golf buddy. I didn't realize it, but til we did [Secret Invasion], I was like, 'We've never worked together.' We just kinda know each other, hang out and laugh… but we'd never worked together, and we finally [got to work together]," Jackson said. Marvel's What If...? Season 2 Confirmed For 2022 https://www.cbr.com/marvel-what-if-season-2-2022/ Series writer A.C. Bradley responded to reports that the show's second season would hit Disney+ in 2022, acknowledging that the rumors were correct. Simply tweeting, "See you later this year, kids!" Bradley, who also serves as a producer on the multiverse spanning MCU series, didn't reveal any further details on Season 2. If What If...? is confirmed to return in 2022, fans can expect a more substantial update in the coming months. NETFLIX DEFENDERS Daredevil Reportedly Lands a Reboot at Marvel Studios https://www.cbr.com/daredevil-reboot-marvel-studios-report/ According to the latest issue of Production Weekly, a trustworthy industry publication dedicated to films and series that are about to begin production, Marvel Studios has a listing for a project simply described as "Daredevil reboot." The entry is filed alongside a plethora of projects already confirmed to be in development including Deadpool 3, Madame Web, Kraven the Hunter and the DCEU movie Blue Beetle. There's currently no word yet on when fans can expect to see the Devil of Hell's Kitchen return to the MCU. OUTRO AND BONUS AUDIO [1:16:13] We would love to hear back from you! Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. 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A NEW MARVEL: Our hosts quickly discuss the recently dropped trailer for the new Marvel Studios' Disney+ show, Ms. Marvel. IT'S GOBLIN TIME: Motivated by his recent re-watch of the three Sam Raimi-directed, Tobey Maguire-starring Spider-Man movies, our hosts discuss the impact, legacy, and shortcomings of these incredibly influential films. RELEVANT LINKS: The trailer for the new MCU Disney+ show, Ms. Marvel. RELEVANT EPISODES: "Rewind Yourself" (04 August 2017): Where Andrew finally saw Spider-Man: Homecoming. INFO: Visit our website at forallintents.net and leave your thoughts as comments on the page for this episode. Join our Facebook page Social: Andrew - Twitter & Instagram, D. Bethel - Twitter & Instagram Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Subscribe to and review the show on the iTunes store or on Spotify. FEATURED MUSIC: "Disco Medusae" by Kevin McLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3652-disco-medusae "District Four" by Kevin McLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3662-district-four Tracks are licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
THE Francine Rivers! New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers has published numerous novels—all bestsellers—and she has continued to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe. Her novels have been awarded or nominated for many honors, and in 1997, after winning her third RITA Award for inspirational fiction, Francine was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. In 2015, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). Francine's novels have been translated into over 30 different languages, and she enjoys bestseller status in many foreign countries. She and her husband enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren. TOPIC: REDEEMING LOVE (Universal Pictures) in theaters January 21, 2022 and PVOD on February 11, 2022 CAST: Directed by D.J. Caruso (xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE) Abigail Cowen (“Fate: The Winx Saga,” “Sabrina”) as Angel Tom Lewis (GENTLEMAN JACK) as Michael Hosea Logan Marshall Green (UPGRADE, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING, PROMETHEUS) as Paul Famke Janssen (X-MEN, TAKEN) as Duchess Nina Dobrev (xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE, VAMPIRE DIARIES) as Mae LINKS: Website: https://redeeminglovemovie.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/redeeminglovemovie/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redeeminglovefilm/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@redeeminglovemovie Twitter: https://twitter.com/RedeemingMovie YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdFHo3cwDtwuadjk6i-JkOQ Francine's Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FrancineRivers Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrancineRivers Website: www.FrancineRivers.com
A special look at our Patreon show, Spiderversity! This is part one of DJ and Sal's discussion about Spider-Man: Homecoming, directed by Jon Watts, and starring Tom Holland and Zendaya. For part two, and more, head on over to our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/OnlyStupidAnswers More Sal! (https://www.youtube.com/Comicpop • https://twitter.com/SalSaysWhat) Theme Music by: Steven James Schmidt
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a celebration of youthhood, an invitation to find gratitude for our younger days, and to remember what it was like before things got ...complicated. Dr. Drea points out that some early life experiences do accelerate a teenager's psychosocial growth and maturity, including ones that offer autonomy, self-sufficiency, increased responsibilities, and worldly exposure.
The Olympics are over and we have some stories you need to hear about. One Olympian froze something you never want to freeze! Courtney Cox opens up about all her plastic surgery. Courtney is also starring in a new show. Uncharted featuring Tom Holland killed it at the box office this weekend! Tom Holland's mom called Marvel when he filmed "Spider-Man: Homecoming" after he complained to her that he couldn't go to the bathroom during his 11-hour days.
20 years ago, we got Spider-Man, 10 years ago, we got The Amazing Spider-Man, and 5 years ago, we got Spider-Man: Homecoming. This week Matt and Dereck wrap up the tangled web of reviews with Homecoming. How does it compare to the other Spider-Man movies? Where does it rank? Who was the best Spidey? And will Tom Holland and crew be nimble enough to climb into the Action Movie Hall of Fame?
We are back on track with our coverage of the entire MCU series! This time with no Mash! Scooter and Skrillz discuss and review Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scoojpodcast/message
Spider-Man: Homecoming. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as they continue to work their way through Phase Three and reach Spider-Man's first solo outing in the series. Chapters More Spider-Man (00:02:39) First Reaction (00:05:59) No Origin (00:06:48) A John Hughes Film (00:11:13) Iron Man Show (00:17:17) On His Own (00:25:29) Michael Keaton (00:31:32) Ned (00:35:54) The Music (00:39:42) The Effects (00:44:00) Has Anything Changed? (00:47:20) Ratings (00:49:42) Rankings (00:51:03) Hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) John Mills (Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm
Spider-Man: Homecoming. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as they continue to work their way through Phase Three and reach Spider-Man's first solo outing in the series. Chapters More Spider-Man (00:02:39) First Reaction (00:05:59) No Origin (00:06:48) A John Hughes Film (00:11:13) Iron Man Show (00:17:17) On His Own (00:25:29) Michael Keaton (00:31:32) Ned (00:35:54) The Music (00:39:42) The Effects (00:44:00) Has Anything Changed? (00:47:20) Ratings (00:49:42) Rankings (00:51:03) Hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) John Mills (Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm
Episode Nineteen - Tony Stark Fatigue Syndrome - Spider-Man: Homecoming - Show Notes Emily thinks Tom Holland is still Baby (but not pitiful!), Marc takes a leap of faith and edits the podcast episode and crushes on Aunt May, and they both talk about Tony Stark Fatigue Syndrome. Credits & Tech: We record remotely using a free service called Cleanfeed Editing done in GarageBand 10.3.4 Emily and Marc record on Audio-Technica AT2005USB Dynamic Microphones Music from YouTube Audio Library Producer/Host/Editing - Marc Villa Producer/Host - Emily Griswold
Alex and Davis are back in the studio to talk about the third series of Spider-Man films, the Tom Holland-led Home Trilogy. They open the show with a packed news segment that features info on the trailer for Moon Knight, a discussion of the length and rating of Robert Pattison's The Batman and the announcement trailer for the new Lord of the Rings T.V. show on Amazon. The news segment is followed by nearly an hour of reviewing and discussing the MCU's take on Spider-Man, including the flaws of Homecoming, the comedy in Far From Home, as well as the theater experience of No Way Home and where Spider-Man goes from here. Check out the show's Instagram page @through_the_lens_wegl.
Episode Notes [“We Don't Talk About Bruno,” from Encanto] Trent: Hello everyone, and welcome to Episode One of Pop Chaos, your one-stop shop for pop culture. If you did your homework, you just listened to episode zero. We're not introducing ourselves again. But I'm Trent. Bailey: I'm Bailey and you just said we're not going to introduce ourselves, yet here we are. Trent: This week we're talking about Spider-Man, right? No Way Home. Bailey: We are going to talk about a lot of things. Spider-Man… Trent: Encanto. Bailey: Encanto for sure. Trent: What was the other thing? Bailey: There were some other things we were going to talk about. Trent (overlapping): Such as? Bailey: For one, Elmo, I wanted to bring up. Trent: Oh yeah, you need to explain to me what is going on with Elmo. Bailey: Yeah, yeah, yeah. And then maybe just like some, some other shows that are big and coming up right now. I was thinking about mentioning, you know, Succession. Euphoria season two is coming out. Trent: Oh yeah, have not seen Succession. Bailey: Well, I don't know. The big two we're gonna talk about are Encanto and Spider-Man-slash-Andrew Garfield. The resurgence. He's big right now. Very big. Trent: That's true. Should we – we should just get right into Spider-Man. He is huge, actually, on Twitter and like TikTok. There – I saw a tweet that was like, “The K-Pop-ification of Andrew Garfield.” I think people were like, “Stream The Amazing Spider-Man,” to get him that recognition. Bailey: Well, so I'm curious. I just want to double-check real quick how old he is. Trent (overlapping): We'll embed that. Bailey: I want to check how old he is. Trent (overlapping): He's like in his late 30s, I want to say. Bailey: Ooh! So I looked him up on Google. Trent (in the background): 45. Bailey: And unfortunately, he's shorter than both of us. That's … yeah… Trent (gasping): With his hair, it's fine. Bailey: He's 5'10”. That's true. His hair like defies gravity, so. Trent: Wait, no but how old is he? Bailey: He is 38 years old. Trent: What'd I tell you? Late 30s. Bailey: Yeah, he looks great for his age. Did you watch – sorry, we were gonna talk about Spider-Man. But did you watch tick, tick… BOOM!, because it's on topic? Trent: No, so I saw like the trailer. Bailey (in the background): Okay. Trent: I did not – okay. Not to bring up Andrew Garfield's hair again. I cannot get past his hair in the trailer. It looks, I think personally – Bailey: It looks like Jonathan Larson's hair though, who he's portraying. Trent (overlapping): I know. But that doesn't mean I like it. Bailey: Okay. So you're just not gonna watch the entire movie because of his hair? It was too bouncy? Trent: Correct. Bailey: It did … it did look… Trent: It looks like he's like a mad scientist and it blew up. Bailey: Yeah, it looks like he touched one of those little balls that makes you – WOOOOO! Trent: Those electric balls – Bailey (joking): But like not in a gay way. Yeah, and it also – Trent (laughing): …Bailey… Bailey: I dunno, it also looks like … I don't know, I think it looked kind of bouncy, kind of good, like kind of shampoo commercial sort of… Yeah. Trent (overlapping): Anyway, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Bailey (in the background): Yeah, enough about Andrew Garfield's hair. Trent: Andrew Garfield's done. What did you think of No Way Home? Bailey (overlapping): Well okay, first off, spoiler alert. Like if you have not seen it. Trent: Oh, yeah, obviously. If you haven't seen Spider-Man or Encanto, we're talking about both of those. Bailey: Yeah, let me not shame you though because if you don't want to go to the movie theater right now, that is a-okay. But also, what are you doing? You got to see this g-dang movie. I don't know. I… I did like, I binge-watched all the other Spider-Man movies. Trent (overlapping): Like all – like, all seven of them? Bailey: Yeah, pretty much. For the most – yeah, I think I missed a couple the first time around. But then after the movie, I watched – I've seen all of them. Mostly, my goal was to re-watch the Tobey [McGuire] ones because I was never a huge fan of those. So I had to re-watch them. Trent (overlapping): Not that. Bailey: I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. Trent: It's okay. So I'm actually on the – well, I know I've definitely seen the Tobey ones. I actually don't know if I've seen Andrew Garfield. Sorry. Bailey (overlapping): Are you f-ing serious? Trent: And I know for a fact that I have not seen Spider-Man: Homecoming or Spider-Man: Far From Home. I did not see those. Bailey (overlapping): How are we friends? And you went to go see No Way Home? Trent: Yeah, cuz my friends were going and I was like, “Lemme…” Bailey: You… so if your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too? Is that what I'm hearing? Trent: I would. Listen, why are they jumping off the bridge, you know? Bailey: Trent. Trent: No Way Home, because he's jumping off a literal bridge, yeah. Trent (in the background): Let's investigate. Investigative journalism. I would. But I liked it. Bailey: No, I'm sorry. Okay. On Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man. I like them. I like them. I appreciate them, the nostalgia. The first one I think is really great. Mary Jane slayed. Her hair … I love her. This is literally the most irrelevant thing to the actual movies, but I love her hair in the first movie like the dark like orange. I love it. The third movie, I … it's painful to watch. It's really, really hard to watch. Trent: It's been a while but I looked at the Rotten Tomatoes scores like a while ago and it's like the lowest by far. I'm like, what happened to that movie? Bailey: Yeah, well, I don't, I don't dictate my life and what I watch by Rotten Tomatoes scores. Trent: Oh no, I don't either. Bailey: Because I think that they – no yeah – I think they totally lie all the time – Trent (in the background): For the reporting. For the reporting. Bailey: And I'm a huge fan of a good bad movie. You literally can look behind me here. Trent (in the background): Oh, for sure. Bailey: There's a Ma poster on the wall. It's one of the best good-bad movies ever made. But the third Spider-Man movie is genuinely just too hard to watch. Like I had to look away like when he's like doing the whole walk down the street. He's got like the “Where are you?” emo hair. I can't, he looks so greasy! Trent (in the background): That is so funny! His weird emo hair? It's so bad. Bailey: Yeah, so I don't know. Trent: Okay, my question – who is your Spider-Man? Like out of the three, who is your Spider-Man? Bailey: I think you know the answer to that. Trent: Well then why don't you say it? Bailey: It's Andrew Garfield. Trent: Of course. Mine is Tobey. Bailey: Because I grew up, I – Okay, I loved the Andrew Garfield Spider-Mans and I always had to defend them and I'm so glad that people are finally recognizing that he is amazing. Like I'm sorry, the second one was a hot mess, there was just too much going on. That's not his fault though. Acting-wise, he ate. He ate and the thing for me is, for Andrew Garfield Spider-Man … especially like … the characters have so much chemistry. They do, specifically Gw– you have to, like you have to watch them. The Andrew Garfield – Trent: Wait, I actually think I saw the first one cuz I remember the scene where like he's at Gwen's house for dinner. That's all I remember though. Bailey: Yeah, eating the branzino. The fish. Yeah, so the first like for example, the first Spider-Man, when I'm watching like Toby like I watched all three of those movies … I did fall asleep a little bit during the second one … I'm so sorry. Trent (overlapping): Of course. You missed the lore, you missed the most important part, missed Doc Ock's background. Bailey: I'm so sorry! I did like the second one, though. But, it didn't make me feel that much. It really didn't, and I love Willem Dafoe too, like he's one of my favorite actors. I love him in like some of my favorite video games like Beyond Two Souls. He's amazing. He's such a good actor. He slayed in No Way Home. He was so good. But the gag is is that – Trent: What's the gag? Bailey: The gag is that the Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man makes me feel so much, like I cried twice. I cried when Uncle Ben dies. It makes you feel so much, like they build up so much with the characters. When like Uncle Ben died in Tobey's movies, I did not cry, I didn't feel anything. Trent (sarcastic): Uncle Ben died? gasp Bailey: gasp Guys, I'm so sorry! So sorry! Trent: Iconic Spider-Man moment, oops! Bailey: Oh my God, Spider-Man wears red and blue? Oh my God! Trent: Wait, he's a spider? And a man? Bailey: Wait, a spider bit him? Oh, god… No, but literally like it makes me feel so much. And Gwen, like Emma – Emma Stone is incredible. Trent: That's true, she's great as Gwen. Bailey: I just rewatched Easy A because I've been seeing so many Gwen Stacy edits and I was like, “I love this woman and I need to rewatch.” Because she just, she ate. She's so good, and she and Andrew, obviously they dated. All the Spider-Mans, they've all like dated their Mary Janes or whatever. Trent (overlapping): They did? I didn't know that. Oh, I guess that makes sense. Bailey: Yeah, they all have. Really? Yeah, MJ and Tobey – like Tobey and Kirsten Dunst dated, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone dated, and now Tom Holland and Zendaya, yeah. Trent: Wait, iconic. Bailey: Yeah, so. But I don't know. I just think that Gwen and Andrew had the best chemistry, and they were so, so good. And I love those movies so much. Trent: That's fair, that's fair. I would say mine is Tobey, just because that's the one I remember seeing, that's what I grew up on. And I have not, I don't know. Andrew Garfield, when I watched it at the time, doesn't hit for me. That was like seven years ago, so I don't remember. Tom Holland, straight up did not see any of them. Bailey: Okay, he's good. I think they were just … they kind of got off to a slow start, in my opinion. Trent: I think … do you think it's weird that … I feel like it's a requirement for Spider-Man to have thin lips. Have you noticed that? I noticed that in No Way Home, they all have tiny little stick lips. Bailey: Trent, Trent, Trent! When I tell you that I saw … so I saw No Way Home twice. And when I was watching with my brother, I had to lean over to him halfway through and, like for the record I have very small lips. Not Spider-Man small but pretty small. But, I leaned over to my brother who was watching with me and I was like, I think they might have like one-and-a-half pair of lips between all three of them. Trent (in the background): Literally! Bailey: I was like, “Bert …” And like not to shame for their – like, they're all very attractive, beautiful men, but I was like, “This is a pattern. This is for sure a pattern.” Trent: It's – we're just observing their faces. Bailey: Yeah. And they're all, again, they're very attractive men. But it's just a pattern. Like for some reason, like I don't know if the spider just like [slurp] sucked all the lip. Like just sucked the lusciousness out of their lips. Trent: It's like the opposite of lip fillers. Bailey: Yeah, the spider bite is actually the opposite of lip fillers, so if you're wanting smaller lips, fun fact… Trent: Go get bit by a spider. That's a joke! For medical purposes, for legal purposes. Don't get bit by a spider. Bailey: Don't. Well, if you want to, you can come to my apartment because we had a spider problem at the beginning of the year. My address is – no, I'm just kidding. I want your general thoughts on the movie though. Trent: I liked it. It was fun. It wasn't like my mind was blown. But it was fun. It was, it was nice seeing all of the … not the enemies but the villains from the – pff, the enemies – the bad guys from the other movies. I thought that was really fun. Especially the Tobey ones because it's been a while for them. And of course, oh my gosh, in the theater when Andrew Garfield entered like everyone went crazy. Bailey: Yuuup, yeah. At my theater, too. Trent: And then not as many people went crazy for Tobey, but I went crazy for Tobey. Bailey: Yeah, spoilers, but everyone went crazy for Andrew. Everyone went crazy for Tobey at mine. Everyone went crazy for – Trent (in the background): Tom Holland! No. Bailey (laughing): Daredevil for all like… yeah. Oh my god, when Iron Man came back? It was crazy! Trent (in the background): You can't say that! Bailey: Oh my god, when Snape killed Dumbledore! Trent: Spoiler! We're not talking about Harry Potter here. Bailey: No, but okay, my general thoughts on the movie. Okay, so when I rate like … so fun fact about me, I rate movies and I post them on my Instagram story for like the three people that actually care about them. And when I rate Marvel movies on my story, I definitely do it like compared to other Marvel movies. It's not like – Trent: That's fair. Oh yeah, ‘cuz they're all like, just fun. They're all like, not serious. Bailey: Yeah. Yes. So I don't people know that but that's what I do when I'm rating them. I just like compare them to other similar movies, and I gave it a nine out of 10 and that's because I kind of had low expectations. I thought like … well, what I thought all of like, I wanted to lower expectations so that I could get excited, but like I thought that they were going to make it super fan service-y, which like it was a little bit, but like I felt like the plot like justified it. Trent (in the background): It was coherent, it made sense. Bailey: It was super coherent. Exactly, exactly. Trent: Okay, speaking of ratings, what did you rate Encanto? Because I feel like we should move on. Bailey: Okay, wait, last thing. Last thing before we talk about Encanto because Spider-Man: No Way Home gets me passionate, but I was just gonna say that I think Andrew carried with the acting. Trent: Okay, I can see that. Bailey: Sorry. I do think he was the funniest. He improvised lines. I watched a couple interviews … Trent: He improvised the “I love you,” right? Bailey: He improvised the “I love you” line. He ate. When he was talking about Uncle Ben, he teared up, I started tearing up. When he saves Zendaya and he was crying. Trent (in the background): Oh my God. Callback. Bailey: Do you know what I mean? When he saved MJ. Trent (in the background): Yeah, that was great. Bailey: Oh my god, I got so emotional. He brought the emotion to that, in my opinion. And he was the funniest, which are the two things that I care about most so I thought he definitely carried. Trent: Okay. Bailey: Encanto. Trent: Encanto. Bailey: You go first. You – give me your thoughts. Trent: Give me your thoughts? Um, I really liked Encanto. I thought it was a lot of fun. I mean, okay, first things first it is a Disney movie, so it is pretty straightforward. Once again, I have to preface this with I know that it is literally a children's movie. But I did not like that they – I felt like they did a lot of telling and not showing. Like, especially for the family members and the first song. They literally have a song that's like, here's this family member and here's their like superpower. Well they're not superpowers but you know what I mean. And it's like, “Okay, why don't you show us that” instead of having Stephanie Beatriz sing about it, you know what I mean? But that was, I would say that was my one gripe with it. I thought it was, that it was really fun. I thought it was really endearing. The music is really good. I was surprised at how good the music was. And, yeah, I love that Disney movies are branching … they're not just all, you know, American. I like that it's a little bit more representative of actual, real-world people. So yeah, highly recommended. If you have Disney+, go watch it. So, what did you think of Encanto? Bailey: Yeah, so I can see what you're saying with the first song, again I'd have to go back and watch it because I don't know, for some reason the whole like first half didn't stick with me as much. I think maybe that's why, cause there's a lot of like exposition. That's the right word, right? Trent: That's fair. Yeah, it was like, “Here's our family. Here's where we live. Here's what's going on. Oh yeah, here's Maribel. Spoiler alert: she has no gift. Everyone hates her.” No, just kidding. Just her grandma. Bailey: I mean, the cast? So good. Stephanie, I think, Beatriz is incredible. Loved her in Orange Is the New Black, watched that in middle school. So good. What's her face? Oh no, Diane Guerrero! She's one from Orange is the New Black and what's her face? Yeah, Stephanie is from Brooklyn Nine-Nine and other things. Flip those two and their projects, but they're so incredible. I love them both. Trent: Oh my gosh, they're so good. The cast is so well … Bailey: Sid the Sloth slayed as Bruno. Trent: No, for real. Bailey: So good. So good. And Bruno was kind of cute. I'm not gonna lie. Bruno was kind of fine. Sorry. I had to put it out there. Trent: Okay. Bailey: In my humble opinion. Trent: So, just, if there was someone living in your walls listening to your every move … Bailey: I would want them to look like Bruno. Was that the question? Trent: Would you get with that person, yes or no? Bailey: Well, besides all the spiders … all the spiders and cockroaches and stuff in our walls, yeah. If there was a person as well, I would want them to look like Bruno. laughs So if anyone's listening right now … Trent (laughing): Not gonna unpack that. Bailey: No but, okay, going off of Bruno, like … Trent: I like Bruno. The final song, when he started singing I was like, “Okay, Lin-Manuel Miranda.” Bailey: I was going to say … Trent: And then I looked up the Wikipedia cast list. It's not Lin-Manuel. Bailey: I didn't even sound like him. Trent: To me, it sounded 100% like him. Bailey: It didn't sound like him, it sounded like the part was written for Lin to sing. Trent (overlapping): Oh, fully. 100%. Bailey: I know that Lin was crying and shitting bricks when he did not get on the cast. Trent: I've seen so many memes and Tweets that are like, “You know someone had to tie him down to stop him from casting himself as Bruno.” And no shame against that. I mean, as you should. Bailey: Yeah no, he definitely ate. I would say some more thoughts … it evoked so many emotions within me, which is what I really want from a movie like that. I'm for sure, on the down-low, kind of a Disney adult, at least like with these movie musicals. I love Frozen. I love Frozen II. I literally have Frozen II on vinyl behind me over there. I love the soundtrack so much. “Lost in the Woods” by Jonathan Groff was on my top songs for 2020. So incredible. Moana also. So that's the thing for me … comparing Moana, which is another Lin-Manuel Miranda project, in terms of soundtrack, I don't think [Encanto] lived up to the soundtrack. I think Moana had a better soundtrack in my opinion. But I do think that this movie made me far more emotional. Like, oh my God, when Bruno showed his little extended table that he had with the rest of them. Trent (literally yelling): That was so sad. And he had carved a plate into it. Bailey: I sobbed. I sobbed and at the end, for like the last half an hour straight, I just had tears in my eyes. It made me so emotional. It was such an incredible movie overall, but there was something … I was gonna say something else about it. I have a lot of thoughts. Trent: I'm sure you do. Bailey: Yeah, I have a lot of thoughts about everything. Trent: Should we talk about the music? Bailey: Well, okay, before we talk about the music, I will say the one thing that – and I talked to my friend about this as well, we were texting about it and she had the same thought – is we both thought that they weren't gonna get their powers back at the end. We thought that that was like, the whole point is that they kind of realized that they were all that they needed. They didn't need these magic powers. And then it was like BOOP and our powers are back. And we were just kind of like, “Oh.” Trent: No, for real. I definitely feel like the ending was a little bit, I don't wanna say forced, but a little bit rushed. For sure. Just because the movie is already … it's like over two hours. [Editor's Note: Encanto's runtime is 102 minutes.] Bailey: They fit so much. To be fair, it's kinda like No Way Home. They fit so much into one movie. Trent (overlapping): No, for real, they fit so much into that movie. Bailey: So creds. Creds. Trent: It feels like after the character of Bruno was introduced, it's like a crash course between like … she – Mirabel – frees Isabela from her mental constraints of perfection or whatever and then she fights with her abuela but then she makes up and then the house goes down and she makes up with her abuela and then she's like, “I love you all anyway.” Bailey: It did happen very fast. Trent: It's like we didn't see … once again, the showing not telling it's like … we didn't actually see the character development happen. It was just kind of like … Bailey: Before they got their powers back as well. That's the thing is, now we see that, yay, they all like understand that they just see their family. Trent: Yeah, no, narratively I feel like that would have had more of an impact. Bailey: Yeah, I guess we're supposed to understand that now, they've grown to accept that they aren't just their powers. And so that's why they get their powers back because now they know inside they're more than their powers. That's what they realize. Trent (laughing): But they still have them. Bailey: But then they get them back and so it's kind of like okay, I guess I get why they did that. But it did kind of, I don't know, maybe it's a good thing that it defied my expectations a little bit, but I don't know I think I might have liked it more if they just realized that they were all they needed and … themselves with other powers. Trent: Obviously, I'm happy that it had a happy ending, like imagine how unsatisfying it would have been if Abuela was like, “No, I don't know what you're talking about.” Bailey: It's a Disney movie babes. Trent: Of course. But I definitely wish they would have spent more time on that. On just seeing Abuela's thought process of, “Oh wait, am I really like in the wrong here?” And then she's like, “Yes, I am.” Instead of … because it just felt like they had that fight and then Mirabel walked off to the river and then Abuela comes up and is like, “I went through a whole character arc in like five minutes off screen.” Bailey: That's true, but it does, I mean, I don't know, yeah. Again from the perspective of “It's a kids movie” … Trent: It is a Disney movie. It is a kids movie, so it needs to be easy … Bailey: Yeah, but I see what you're saying. I was all confused as well when she just pulled up and she went from being completely angry and enraged at her to, “Oh wait, I'm so sorry.” Trent: It was like a button flipped and she was like, “You know what? I have been bad.” Bailey: Which, good. You know, it's good that it happened. Yeah, for real. It was definitely a “good for her,” “good for them” kind of movie, so. But yeah, moving on to the soundtrack, top song, number one song … Trent: What's your top song? Bailey & Trent (simultaneously): “We Don't Talk About Bruno” Trent: Yes we do. Bailey: We do talk about how we don't talk about Bruno … Trent: That song is like “Let It Go.” It's the standout song. It is so good. I have had it on re-peat. Just constantly playing. And it's so good. Every single verse is, individually, it's like chef's kiss and then you get to the end and they all combine and there's so many little details in the music. Ugh, it's so good. Yeah. I swear, it's like laced with something addictive because it is so, so good. Bailey: That is the one song where I was listening to it and I had no critiques at all. Because I know for some of them like “Surface Pressure” I really like. That song made me very emotional and I think that actress, the voice actress, and also the character herself did a great job. I don't know, I thought it was really well portrayed and I like the fun little dancing number – I know that was kind of controversial – with the little donkeys and all that … I kind of liked it, it was fun. Trent: I liked that it was funny but it just felt weird that she was singing about like, “I have all this anxiety” and then meanwhile she's like busting out the choreo. Bailey: But it was kind of fun. It was representative of her inner conflict of how she has to keep going day to day feeling like this and putting on this show for everyone around her, right? Trent: Okay. Okay. Bailey: You know what I mean? Trent: Come on, Socratic seminar. Bailey: Yeah. I just think that parts of it … the production were not my favorite thing. But the lyrics and the chorus and everything … again, I don't think was perfect but I mean like all Disney soundtracks it will probably grow on me because a lot of them do after the fact. But again, “We Don't Talk About Bruno” – elite. Top tier song. Should be in all the Disney Spotify playlists already, if it's not. Trent: I unironically hope that it charts or something because it's that good. Hidden gem: “What Else Can I Do?” It's little bit repetitive, I think. But it's a little bit poppier. It's a bit more upbeat. I think it's fun. Bailey: Yeah, I thought all the songs were great, again, but “We Don't Talk About Bruno” for sure the standout, and then “Surface Pressure,” again, I loved the chorus. Everything else … Trent: I will say, that first song that I was ragging on, “The Family Madrigal” … Bailey: It's good. Trent: It's expository, but the song itself is really fun and catchy. Bailey: Yeah. Yeah, it was a good introduction music-wise. Trent: But it's a fun song. It's definitely fun. I'm definitely like, singing “It's time for a grandkid round up.” That part, I'm like, “Yes, get the fire going.” Bailey: And I mean, she was kind of explaining to the kids, wasn't she? Like, that was kind of how they justified that. Wasn't she? I can't really remember. And music aside, can we talk about how the animation was beautiful? Trent (yelling again): So high quality! Bailey: It was gorgeous. Trent: All the swishes of the colorful skirts. Bailey: It was gorgeous and I think more so than any other Disney movie I've seen, all the characters had such a distinct look. It wasn't one of those movies where they use the same model and everyone looks so similar. Everyone had such a distinct look and a distinct sound, distinct hair. They all had different beautiful curls and they were all animated so individually, and the dresses and the skirts. Trent: So gorgeous, such good character designs, such good animation. The voice actors really embody their characters. Bailey (overlapping): And all of the nature scenes as well. Trent: Oh my gosh, the animation was top tier. Absolutely. Bailey: Oh my god. What was a little kid's name? He was so cute. Trent: Which one? Oh, Antonio. The little cousin. Oh my gosh. Bailey (overlapping): Yeah, he was so cute. Trent: Wait, okay. Have you seen – I don't know if this is a thing on TikTok but I've definitely seen it on my YouTube – I think I'm on Encanto YouTube because I've seen so many fan edits of Camilo, which is the cousin. People are thirsting over him hard. Camilo and Dolores are people's favorites. There are so many fan edits. I've seen “Encanto but it's just Camilo for two minutes and 18 seconds.” Bailey: I saw someone saying that he looks like what's his face … Wybie from Coraline. That's all I saw about him. Trent (overlapping): laughs Oh, not that. Camilo doesn't deserve that. Bailey: I saw a TikTok about that. And I was like .. I don't know, I guess they're both mischievous. That's really all I see in common with those two. Trent: Yeah, but I've definitely seen so many – like on YouTube – so many edits. Bailey: I've seen a lot of people thirsting for Luisa's voice actress, which I'm here for. Trent (overlapping): I don't know what she looks like but I would imagine it's for a good reason. Bailey: Okay, yeah, well you can definitely get up afterwards. She's beautiful and cool. Very cool. Trent: I've heard you thirsting about Bruno. laughs Bailey: Yeah. Yeah. On the record, yes. No, and I was going to say, I also have seen some Isabela ⨉ Elsa art. Trent (wheezing): What? Bailey: Yeah, cause a lot of people are headcanoning … making her … they believe she's a lesbian because she didn't want to marry what's his face, it was like a headcanon thing. Trent: Hmmmmm. I see it, okay. Bailey: And I don't know about the whole Elsa thing but since, obviously, she's the other character that people kind of gravitate towards and think that she's also a lesbian, I was like, “That's kind of cute” and the art was really cool. I was like, “Okay.” I don't know, no big thoughts about that. But I was like, “Alright.” I saw like two videos about it so I thought it was worth noting. Trent: Lowkey. Every single Disney movie like that, like Frozen, like Moana, like Encanto, they all follow the hero's journey. But the hero's journey is also a very clear allegory for coming out. So that's why, for all those who are like, “Oh my god, Elsa's a lesbian. Oh my god … Bailey: I'm not going to tell people what to think about them. Yeah. Trent: … Isabela's a lesbian.” It's like, is it supported by the text? No, but I could see it. Bailey: Didn't she start putting rainbow crap all over herself at the end? Trent: cackling Bailey: Yes. I'm pretty sure she did. She took her pink dress and … Trent: The Encanto pride parade. Bailey: Yeah, she literally started throwing all these colors on herself. I don't know – could it be any clearer? Yes, but … laughs Trent: Textually, no. Subtextually, I see it. Bailey (accidentally mispronouncing Encanto – my sincerest apologies): Any last Encanto thoughts? Do you want to talk about some other things? Trent (mocking): Not “En-can't-o” … Bailey: Um, Encanto. My bad. Trent: The Americanization … Bailey: You know what? Trent: No, I liked it. Top tier. Definitely up there among the greats like Moana, Frozen, all those animated … definitely one of the good ones. Bailey: Oh, for sure. Yeah, again as a lowkey Disney adult. I'm sorry I just love the soundtracks. I'm a huge sucker for a Disney soundtrack. I think they're so good, I'm so sorry. I'm not a sucker for you. I'm a sucker for Disney. [“We Don't Talk About Bruno” from Encanto] Trent : We're going to speedrun some smaller stuff just as it comes. Bailey: Are you going to put that in? Trent: Sure. We'll keep this in too. Bailey: Oh, okay. Yeah, topic speedrun. One two three. Let's go. No, number one – we don't talk about Bruno but you know who we do talk about? Trent: Who? Bailey: Elmo, because … laughs Trent: Stop. Okay, I've seen so many jokes on Twitter about Elmo and his rock. Can you explain to me the source? Bailey: Actually no, I don't understand the rock thing. I just see all these edits about – is it Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? Trent: I don't know. I think it's like a physical piece of stone. Bailey: Does he have a pet rock? I thought he had a pet fish. Trent: I don't know. He does have a pet fish. But does he have a pet rock? Like … Bailey: I don't know. Elmo and The Rock? I just am here for the TikTok sounds like when he says “delicious.” That's my favorite. Do you know that one? Trent: I'm not on TikTok so … Bailey: gasps Oh my gosh, wait. Okay, so there's this audio where he's talking to – I think it's someone from the Hamilton cast because he's like … Trent: Of course. Bailey: He's singing. It's on the show, it's this clip. Yeah. And so the guy's like, singing “Raise a glass to freedom,” and then Elmo's like, I was like, “Raise a glass? Glass of what?” and then he's like, “Apple juice,” and then Elmo's like, Bailey & Elmo: “Delicious.” Bailey: And it's so good. I feel like it's such a millennial thing to say but like it scratches my brain. So beautiful. NBC News has an article about it – “Elmo's feud with a pet rock.” Trent: Lowkey, I love when celebrities go on Sesame Street. Like there was a clip of Billie Eilish on Sesame Street. I was like … Bailey: gasps Oh my gosh … I do remember the rock now. Rocco! I do remember he has a pet fish and a pet rock I think. Okay, so I don't know why he's feuding. It must just be some clip of them beefing. I just love Elmo. I just think he's so great. I used to have a Tickle Me Elmo when I was little and I was a huge Sesame Street stan. Trent: That explains a lot. Bailey: Rosita was my favorite, I think. If I remember correctly. I loved her. Trent: I feel like I should know who that is. Bailey: She's the blue one? Fuzzy one? Trent: I think they're all fuzzy. Bailey: Okay, but … you know, that's not a great descriptor, actually, yeah. Trent They're fuzzy. Okay? Can I get an actual detail? Bailey: No, but I do. I love Sesame Street. I was gonna say something else … oh, I dressed up in middle school. We dressed up as Sesame Street characters. I think I was … Trent: In middle school. Bailey: My friend Rachel … yeah it was, it was like seventh grade or something. And we thrifted these shirts and I went as … it was the two gay ones. Sorry. Trent: laughs Bert and Ernie? Bailey: Bert and Ernie … I was Ernie. I was Ernie, she was Bert. Trent: Listen, in the Sesame Street canon, they are … Bailey: They're kind of gay. Trent: … asexual. No, they're asexual puppets. They are puppets who don't experience attraction cause they're not people. But no, they're gay. Headcanon. Bailey: But I will say, this is not necessarily relevant, but I was always more of a Muppet girl because The Muppets from 2011 that movie … Trent: Oh my God, Miss Piggy. Bailey: … formed my, shaped my life. “Man or Muppet.” Trent: Miss Piggy's an icon. Bailey: Yeah. That whole movie I have practically memorized and it's so great. And if you've never seen it – have you ever seen it? Trent: You're gonna yell at me. Bailey: gasps NOOOOOOO. Trent: Every single movie that you like I have not … you just have to assume that I have not seen it. Bailey: Genuinely when I was narrowing down my Letterboxd “Top Four” I almost put The Muppets in there. Trent: I do not have an enriched film vocabulary. Bailey: So, we're watching Ma. We're watching The Muppets (2011). Pick another poster, we can watch any of these. Trent: Oh, I've never seen Jennifer's Body. My friend tried to make me watch it but I didn't. Bailey: Okay, Jennifer's Body. Trent: We'll watch Phoebe Bridgers. No, just kidding. Bailey: Yeah, we'll watch Phoebe Bridgers. Have you ever seen Aquamarine? Trent: Yes, oh my god. Bailey: Classic. Trent: That one's great. Bailey: That is what made me a Weezer stan, I think, subconsciously when I was like … I used to watch it on my iPod Nano. The screen was like this big and that's why I'm blind now because I would watch it on my iPod Nano. Oh, wait. Okay, speaking of older movies, I think I told you this, but I rewatched the Divergent series. Trent: You did tell me and I haven't seen it. Bailey: Yeah. Did you ever read it? Trent: No. I did watch … it was like a “Cinema Sins.” Wait, maybe I did watch the first one. Bailey: Oh, there's so many sins. Trent: I remember like intermittent clips. I don't know if I watched the movie or if I watched like a Cinema Sins review of the movie or an analysis of why it's bad. I don't know, something like that. But Veronica Roth, if you're listening, we at NBN, we remember you. We love you. Bailey (overlapping): Yeah, come on our podcast. Trent: We staNBN. Come on our podcast. You can call in. Bailey: Yeah. Although I will say, those movies, gosh golly gee, they're pretty not good. They weren't as bad as I thought they were gonna be because I'm a huge Hunger Games stan. I think those movies are incredible. Some of the best young adult movie adaptations ever if not the best. Harry Potter is also up there. I watched that over break – the Harry Potter thing that came out of HBO Max. Did you see that? Trent: Oh, the documentary? That was like very … J. K. Rowling-free. Bailey: It was pretty good … they used an old interview clip of her but, rightfully so, it was pretty J. K.-free. Trent: Someone in one of my Zoom classes talked about it and they were like, “There was one clip of J. K. Rowling but it was clearly dated.” Bailey: It was. They dated it. 2019. Trent: But you knew it was not recent because J. K. Rowling is like … over-canceled. She's like super canceled. Bailey: Yeah, well and so overall that in particular … because I watched with my mom and I sobbed. Like, I bawled, and so to my mom and she's not even like a huge Harry Potter fan or anything. Trent: I'm not either. Everything you like, I'm like, I'm like never engaged in this. Bailey: I'm so sorry! I read them … they were like big series that I liked in like third grade/middle school. I was a huge. I really was. Ravenclaw. Not to be millennial in the chat but I am in fact a Ravenclaw … anyone out there? Trent: When you go to Northwestern! Bailey: Yeahhhhhh. Trent: No, sorry. Bailey: No, so I didn't think it was the best documentary. It wasn't, like, amazingly produced or anything to be honest. I mean, there were some good parts. Trent: Not you flaming them. “It was poorly put together … Bailey (loudly over Trent): BUT IT WAS KIND OF MESSY. Okay, they used – DID YOU SEE – okay, LET ME JUSTIFY MYSELF. Trent: … J. K. Rowling was in it.” Bailey: Let me justify myself because they used a photo of – speaking of Aquamarine – they used a photo of Emma Roberts instead of Emma Watson when she was a child. It was horrible. It was horrible and there were some other things as well that wasn't the best but, that being said, the actors bring the emotion. [The producers] took the actors and put them in the different sets and just had them talk to each other so they didn't have to do anything. The actors did it for them. That was great. That was great, but Divergent? Ehhhhh. Trent: Veronica Roth, we love you. Bailey: Veronica, we love you. If anyone wants to go rewatch Divergent, which I highly recommend because it was a fun experience, the worldbuilding is shi– terri– bad. Trent (over Bailey): loud laughter Bailey (also laughing): It's bad. After thinking about The Hunger Games, Harry Potter … Trent: Doesn't it take place in Chicago? Bailey (laughing): Yeah. Trent: So like … what's Northwestern doing in the Divergent universe? Bailey (hysterical): I don't know … I don't know what we're doing there. Trent: What's it … what's it called? Bailey: We're probably with the evil smart people. Trent: Yeah, what are they called? Bailey: Erudite? Erudite. Trent: Erudite. I was going to say Evangelical. Bailey: Yeah, we're the … we're the Evangelicals. Trent: We're the erudites, Northwestern. Bailey: No, but I do recommend watching the first movie, because I did in fact purchase it on Amazon so I can watch it whenever I want without ads BECAUSE the enemies to lovers with Theo James as Four and with Shailene Woodley is incredible. It's so good. That they do build up well. Everything else about it … not so much. Divergent, sorry we love you but. Trent: Okay, okay, any last minute … anything else you want to talk about before we send off? Bailey: I don't have anything big and crazy. I will say though, in the next episode I do maybe want to talk about Euphoria, even though I know you haven't seen it, because it'll be topical – season two is coming out tomorrow. Even though, I mean, it's coming out tomorrow whenever this is up it will have come out. But, yeah, I have a lot of thoughts about Euphoria. Anyone who watches Euphoria has a lot of thoughts about Euphoria, and I'm making my roommate watch it for the first time. We're going to finish it tonight probably and it's a great show. It has many flaws, but it's a great show. With great acting. It really is. Trent: I just want to say I haven't seen it but the stuff that they get up to … I was not doing any of that in high school. Was I missing out? Should I have been doing hard drugs in high school? Bailey: I was going to say, not to be a Medill kid in the chat but I was grinding on the school yearbook … Trent: No, fully. Bailey: … I was not doing hard drugs. My hard drug was, in fact, yearbook. Trent: Oh my gosh, at the BHS news … Mr. Nellis if you're listening, this is where you got me. Bailey: I saw a TikTok that was so funny, it was like, “Do these kids ever, like … Trent: … do homework?” Bailey: … okay well, that. But no kids in shows ever do homework. If anything they'll be doing homework when the scene begins and then they leave it. But they were like, “Do these kids ever just go get coffee? Go get boba?” No, they go get literal molly. That's what they do. Babe. Trent (imitating a Euphoria high schooler): “Let's get some ecstasy.” Bailey: I was telling my roommate when we were rewatching it because we're almost … we have two episodes left, basically, and I was like, “You know what I want to do? I want to give all of these characters a hug.” Trent: No, for real. For real. Bailey: Because they need it. They need it. They all do … Trent: Hunter Schafer and Zendaya, I like … I just want to sit them down and be like … Bailey (interrupting, oops): … every character, well, except Nate. Every character … every other character. sees Trent does not know who Nate is Jacob Elordi. Trent: I don't know who that is. Bailey: Okay. Kissing Booth??? C'mon … Trent: I just want to sit them down and be like, “What do you need in your life? Do you need support? Do you need a hug? Do you like … what … where did we go wrong?” Bailey: Yeah. Specifically all of the women. Like you said, Hunter Schafer, Sydney Sweeney … I know we're saying the actors' names but not the characters' names, but whatever … Cassie … whatever. I want to give them all a large hug. So badly. Trent: Okay, maybe Euphoria episode next time. Bailey: Mmhmm. Yeah. Trent: Also, at some point, we are going to do a Taylor Swift episode. Bailey: We are going to do a Taylor Swift episode. HOPEFULLY when the next Taylor's Version drops, which, knock on wood, is going to be Speak Now. Trent: knocks on wood Bailey: Mmhmm. Trent: No, knock on wood it's going to be 1989. knocks on wood again Bailey: Noooo, Speak Now. Trent: Because we're both closet Swifties. Bailey: We are. We are. Trent: If you're my friends and you're listening to this, redact that. Bailey: You are not a “closet Swiftie.” You posted your top artists on … everyone knows. Everyone knows. Everyone knows babe. Trent: Out and proud as a Swiftie. Okay, but I think that's it. We're already at the half-hour mark. So, if you listened all the way through and you're here, we love you. You are a real one. Bailey: Mmhmm. Trent: Let one of us know because that probably means you know us in real life, if you're listening to this point. Bailey: Yeah. Follow … we don't have a podcast … any sort of social media but follow NBN … Trent (overlapping): Follow North by Northwestern on social media. Follow our twitter. Bailey: Follow us on Instagram if you feel like it. My Instagram is @baeisforbailey. Trent: Mine is @trent_br0wn. Bailey: Because I'm sure I'll be posting about this podcast on our Instagram so feel free to follow them as well. Trent: Alright, I think that's all we got so thank you for listening and … cue the outro music. [“We Don't Talk About Bruno,” from Encanto] Find out more at https://solved-by-science.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Everyone's favorite web-slinger finally gets his own MCU project!! With interesting performances from Tom Holland and Michael Keaton, Spider-Man: Homecoming takes place in post-spider bite world, with Peter Parker beginning to embrace what may be, one of the toughest journeys a kid can take. Over the top visuals, and pop-culture references, is it enough to save this from being a forgetful MCU installment? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
If you thought you'd see awkward teen dancing in a coming-of-age, teen movie about Homecoming, you'd be wrong. Hello fellow seekers of Cinema! This time on Cinema Seekers we continue down our road to Spider-Man: No Way Home with Tom Holland's first solo entry in the trilogy. We take a deep dive and have loads of fun doing it. Join us as we talk about the good, the bad, and the churros. So go ahead and ask that special girl out to Homecoming! And, ya know, enjoy the episode, too! Stuff from this episode: Car Scene Breakdown by Lessons from the Screenplay The Amazing Spider-Man Issue 33 Cover Outro Song: "Higher Kiss" by TrackTribe Recorded on 12.18.2021
The bois would love to wish you all five viewers a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday (those that celebrate them, if you don't hope you enjoy our jokes). And what better way to get into the celebratory spirit than sitting down close to a fire and watching a movie with puppets and Micheal Cain. We watched The Muppet Christmas Carol is a 1992 Christmas musical comedy directed by Brian Henson and screenplay by Jerry Juhl (Adapted from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens). Starring Michael Caine as Ebenezer Scrooge, alongside Muppet performers Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire, Jerry Nelson, and Frank Oz. We also talked about recasting Shuri from the Black Panther franchise, end of the year movies we are looking forward to, we pitched Hallmark movies, talked about worst movie dads (holiday movie edition), and we pitch Nicolas Cage in a holiday movie. Topics and Timestamps: @19min mark: Pitching Hallmark Movies @37min mark: Worst Movie Dads @1hr mark: Nicolas Cage in a Holiday Movie @1hr 11min mark: The Muppets Christmas Carol MATURE CONTENT... "Flyover State Of Film Theme"-Composed by Barry J. Neely @BarryJNeely-Twitter Barry J Neely, composer-Youtube. Where to find us: https://linktr.ee/flyovestateoffilm?s=09 Keywords Spiderman,Tom Holland,MCU,Marvel,Spiderman Homecoming,Spiderman Far From Home,Spiderman No Way Home,Sam Raimi,Andrew Garfield,Comedy,Podcast,Commentary,Movie,Movie Review,Comicbook,Superhero,The Muppets,Michael Cain,Black Panther,Hallmark,Romantic Comedies,Nicolas Cage,Disney,Christmas,Charles Dickens,Miss Piggy,Kermit the Frog,Holiday
datum: 5 en 6 januari gasten: Xander De Rycke, Amelie Albrecht en Jens Mekanik Lambrigts Een andere grote spin: Spider-Man. We bespreken de nieuwe film: No Way Home (met spoilers)en de oude films. Jens geeft wat toelichting rond de comics en Amelie had nog nooit een Marvel gerelateerde film gezien en bekeek niet Spider-Man (2002) maar Spider-Man: Homecoming. Met dank aan de fotoshoppende luisteraars: Brecht, Kevin en Roeland.
WOOT 0281: (Spoiler Filled) We review Spiderman: No Way Home and Most of 2021's Movies (& The Matrix Resurrections) It has been quite a year and we decided to review the recent Spiderman: No Way Home movie and then we go into many of the other movies that we went to this year including Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and all other MCU and DCEU and related movies and TV shows including The Matrix Resurrections. We then go to ranking the various movies and shows for 2021. We also go to each of our overall top 5 movies for the year and there was a lot of disagreements and discussions in this area. We also look forward to the upcoming MCU and DCEU releases that are scheduled for the upcoming year plus a bit. After that we then say goodbye to the lovely Vicki and go into the new Matrix movie Resurrections. The movie seems to be very divisive and we have quite strong views on this reboot of the Matrix. A link to the episode is: https://tinyurl.com/GHIT2021MovieReview If you would like to help grow our sport and this podcast: You can subscribe to our podcast on the podcast provider of your choice, including the Apple podcast app, Google music, Amazon, and YouTube etc. Also, if you could give our podcast a (5-star?) rating or even better, a podcast review, we would greatly appreciate it and it would help us to grow the passion and sport of high performance driving. For instance, leaving an Apple Podcast rating is very easy. If you go to your podcast library, under shows and click on the podcast you can leave a (5?) star rating and enter your review. We hope you enjoy this episode! PS Please don't forget that if you are looking to add an Apex Pro to your driving telemetry system, don't forget to use our discount code for all Apex Pro systems you will receive a free Windshield Suction Cup Mount for the system, a savings of $40. Just enter the code “ghitlikesapex!” when you order. They are a great system and truly invaluable in safely increasing your speed on track and/or autocross etc. The recently released second generation systems and app increases the capability of the system greatly. Best regards, Vicki, Jennifer, Alan, and Bill Hosts of the Garage Heroes In Training Podcast and Garage Heroes In Training racing team drivers Highlights for this episode are: 1) Spiderman: No Way Home is the beginning of the episode and we then have to walk Alex off the Amazing Spiderman cliff. Vicki gets a bit confused over some of the Andrew Garfield Spiderman movies. We then debate the best movie Spiderman. 2) Alex is firmly on the side of Andrew Garfield and also says the Venom movies are good, so we question most of his opinions, lol. 3) Alex's top 5 all time MCU movies starts a war and then the discussion of each of our MCU Top 5 movies of all time. 4) Then we turn to the order of each of the MCU and DCEU movies and shows for 2021. We agreed on one movie amongst us, lol. 5) A quick review of The Witcher season two. 6) If you are looking for some ideas for movies and TV shows, we also go into our top 5 movies and TV shows of 2021 that we would recommend to everyone. 7) What about what is upcoming and scheduled? It is in here too. Alex, as always, stays positive. It was great knowing him on the podcast, lol. 8) Our thoughts on The Matrix: Resurrection ends this episode. Since this is Bill's all time favorite movie, you knew we could not skip this one. So what is your Top 5 MCU releases to date: 1 Iron Man 2 The Incredible Hulk 3 Iron Man 2 4 Thor 5 Captain America: The First Avenger 6 Marvel's The Avengers 7 Iron Man 3 8 Thor: The Dark World 9 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 10 Guardians of the Galaxy 11 Avengers: Age of Ultron 12 Ant-Man 13 Captain America: Civil War 14 Doctor Strange 15 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 16 Spider-Man: Homecoming 17 Thor: Ragnarok 18 Black Panther 19 Avengers: Infinity War 20 Ant-Man and the Wasp 21 Captain Marvel 22 Avengers: Endgame 23 Spider-Man: Far From Home 24 Black Widow 25 Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings 26 Eternals 27 Spider-Man: No Way Home We would love to know
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