Back to the Future II almost predicted the year that the Chicago Cubs won The World Series. However, there are plenty of other movies that correctly predicted the future. We discuss them.
Also, to scroll or not to scroll? We discuss whether or not it's important for Star Wars: Rogue One to have an opening scroll.
Other topics in this episode include Bryan Fuller leaving the new Star Trek series, whether or not we need a Flash movie, as well as reactions to trailers for Wonder Woman, Logan and The Lego Batman Movie.
We're back for our FOURTH SEASON and to start things off, GANNIN miraculously pulls Scott, Jeff and Amy our of 1985! They're back just in time for a Geek Assembly meeting discussion about possible ideas forfuture Star Wars spin-off movies.
Other topics this week include a record breaking month for comic books, a new Syfy series produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, the story behind the punk rocker in Star Trek IV, a Fruit Ninja movie and othervideo game movies in development.
It's our season finale before returning on September 15th. By that time, the summer movie season would be over, and the fall movie season will be in full swing! So, we discuss the second trailer for Rogue One and preview otherfilms that will hit theaters this fall.
Emily shares her thoughts on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Plus we discuss the passing of Kenny Baker, the new female lead in Star Trek Discovery, the response to negative Wonder Woman rumors and the upcoming Flash/Supergirl musical crossover.
All this and we get a little too comfortable with GANNIN's teleportation system.
This week our two big discussions are all about reviewing two recent movie releases - Star Trek Beyond and The Killing Joke. Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) joins our discussion about the movie adaptation of the iconic comic book. We also address the controversy surrounding the character choices surrounding the Batgirl story.
Other topics in this week's episode include Marvel's decision to turn The Infinity War film into a one part story and why Netflix won't pick up Agent Carter. We'll also react to the Comic-Con trailers for Wonder Woman and Justice League.
Also, Jeff finally gets to share his review of Ghostbusters and GANNIN invents a teleportation system.
This week Bobby Blakey (Hollywood Matrimony) guest hosts for Jeff as we review Ghostbusters and discuss some of the news that came out of Star Wars Celebration Anaheim.
Other topics discussed this week include talk of turning Indiana Jones into an expanded franchise, a new classic Nintendo console, new information on The Lego Batman Movie, the announced return of Chris Hemsworth to Star Trek, and whether or not the new Ghostbusters movie fits the brand.
All of this and GANNIN tries to use Pokemon Go to his advantage.
It's been awhile, but this week a new Ghostbusters movie hits theaters. As we get ready for it we look back at how close we were to getting aGhostbusters 3 with the original cast and the role Dan Aykroyd ALMOST played in the new movie.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we take a look at some of the panels and events taking place at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Other topics discussed this week include a He-Man and Thundercats comic book crossover, a new Star Trek roller coaster ride and a black/white version of Mad Max: Fury Road.
All this plus a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man & a big Twinkie.
SDCC 2016 top panel pics for Thursday & Friday
SDCC 2016 Friday schedule highlights
SDCC 2016 Saturday Schedule highlights
SDCC 2016 Pop Culture Shark Tank
Warner Bros/DC Comics Saturday schedule
This week, we discuss the newStar Trek Fan Film rules released by CBS/Paramount. We also get a report from Emily after her first trip to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in California.
Other topics discussed in this episode include Tom Felton joining The Flash, a new Disneyworld rumor surrounding The Muppets, the addition ofJohn Malkovich to the movie Supercon, the list of bonus features in the Captain America: Civil War Blu-ray release and a new television series about the son of Professor Charles Xavier.
Plus, find out what Barney the Dinosaur and alien lizards have in common.
This week, we talk to Cory Vincent and Aaron Carter of Video Game Bang about some of the news and announcements that game out of this year's E3. Also, Scott talks to Eric Zala & Chris Strompolos about their Raiders of the Lost Ark Adaptation.
Other stories in this week's podcast include the tragic news about the sudden death of Anton Yelchin, the actor who will play Superman in Supergirl and a new set of Star Wars themed fragrances.
All this and GANNIN invents a new alarm system.
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 DC Comics Rebirth event starts this week, so Matt Moore stops by the fortress to shed some light on what it all means.
We react to some of the new television show trailers that have been released the recent days, including Son of Zorn, Conviction, Time After Time, Making History, Designated Survivor, Imaginary Mary, MacGyver and others.
Other topics in this week's podcast include a police officer that gave a boy his Pokemon collection, reactions to Suicide Squad test screenings, a role for Michael Keaton in Spiderman: Homecoming, and the cast for Thor: Ragnarok. We'll also react to the new Ghostbusters and Star Trek: Beyond trailers.
Meanwhile, we continue to investigate the recent activity of The Troll and try to determine whether or not he's working alone.
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