With the release of the Director's Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan this week, we discuss what made the movie great. We'll also talk about the challenges the movie faced during its production.
Other topics in this week's episode include famous actors that turned down superhero movies, the trailer for Batman vs. Superman: The Ultimate Edition, new details on the Mary Poppins sequel, a release date for the Leonard Nimoy documentary and the announcement of Ghostbusters Day.
All this, plus Sergeant Soaker tries to get the attention of The Troll (and Jeff).
The good news - it's our first podcast with new host Emily Kelley! The bad news - we have to talk about the cancellations of Agent Carter, The Muppets & Disney Infinity.
Other topics discussed this week include talk of a Booster Gold movie, the trailer for the new Voltron Netflix series, the buzz surrounding a screening of The BFG and a reaction to the Assassin's Creed movie trailer.
All this and GANNIN gets into trouble for opening a suspicious box.
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We examine a report that suggests that Warner Brothers is nervous about Batman vs. Superman and attempt to figure out if it makes any sense. Scott visits Dallas Comic-Con Fan Days and asks attendees some "who would win" questions.
Other topics in this episode include details on thenew Ghostbusters villain, the announcement aboutStan Lee's last convention in Canada, reactions to Emily Blunt playing Mary Poppins, casting Robert Downey, Jr. to play Geppetto and the casting confirmation of Kurt Russell in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
It's #SHIELDWEEK at the Geek Assembly as we get ready for Season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What better way to mark the occasion that a visit with Costume Designer Ann Foley and Agent Coulson himself, Clark Gregg!
Ann joins Scott, Amy and Lauren to discuss her approach to designing costumes on the show and what went into the new outfit for Quake!
Later, Scott sits down with Clark to discuss the show, social media reactions, Season 3, the Dubsmash war and more!
Other topics in this episode include the new Star Wars Original Trilogy rumor, an animated Transformers movie, and the new live action Jungle Book movie.
All of this and we find out an interesting secret regarding Colonel Snubb!
This week's episode is full of Disney talk! First, Lou Mongello of Walt Disney World Radio talks about his passion for all things Mouse-eared. Later, Richard & Sarah Woloski (Skywalking Through Neveralnd) share everything they learned and experienced at this year's D23.
Other topics in today's show includethe return of Constantine, a new home forThe Sarah Connor Chronicles and more information onSimon Pegg's involvement in The Force Awakens.
All this plus chaos, danger and destruction as someone hacks The Fantastic Fortress!
This week's podcast opens a action-packed entrance from Genese Davis as she stops by to tell us about her E3 Takeover. Later in the Geek Assembly meeting, Rikki Niblett of the Be Our Guest WDW Podcast joins us to talk about planning a summer trip to Disneyworld.
Other topics include the controversial revelation in the Star Wars #6 comic, the rumor about an Obi-Wan Kenobi triology and a female transformer exclusive at San Diego Comic-Con.
Justin Bolger and Lisa Granshaw join the Geek Assembly to discuss the state of the Star Wars fandom going into The Force Awakens. Can there be peace among Original Trilogy and Prequel fans?
We also discuss the season finales of The Flash, Arrow, Gotham & GRIMM.
Other topics includea longer season for Agent Carter, the early reviews for Inside Out, insights onOscar Issac's role in X-Men: Apocalypse and the continuing story of Lando Calrissian.
Bobby Roberts of The Full of Sith Podcast joins us to discuss a variety of Star Wars topics including whether or not Disney trashed George Lucas' ideas for Episode VII, a writer shake-up on the first spin-off film, fan theories about Obi-Wan's plan for Darth Vader and what killed Padme Amidala.
Adam Holmes (Cinemablend & The Flash Podcast) explains what the end of the Marvel Universe means for future comics.
Other topics include Simon Pegg writing Star Trek 3, the possible return of The X-Files and who is playing Supergirl.
Why is Dr. Doom fighting the Muppets? Clearly, you have to hear the episode to find out. It would definitely be one of the weirdest crossovers of all time (or maybe there's something weirder).
After hearing about some Jim Henson movie sequels, we take time to discuss whether or not other 1980's sequels and reboots can work - including a new Ghostbusters movie and Bill & Ted 3.
We also get a report from Fangirl's trip to Geek Girl Con and we take a look at some of the news and events from New York Comic Con.
Other geeky topics in this episode include Michael Keaton's fondess for his Batman movies, Joel Schumacher's shock about the fan reaction to Bat nipples, a newly announced Batman movie and a very interesting comic book battle.
Jeff & Scott are joined by Kay (Fangirl Blog), Emily (Wrong Button Blog) and Cory (Coffee With Kenobi) to discuss geek TV and the state of geek culture in movies/television.
We review the premieres of shows like Gotham and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and decide what geek shows we would put on the air.
We also discuss whether or not geek themes is over-saturating pop culture and share thoughts on aMarvel movie college course.
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