This week we look back on summer movies and pick our favorites, surprises and disappointments. In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we discuss Suicide Squad, the reviews, theproduction drama, the petition to shut down Rotten Tomatoes and the tradition of critic/audience disagreements.
Other topics in this week's podcast include talk of a new Star Wars live-action series, a Jimmy Smits cameo in Rogue One, and ABC's consideration of new Marvel TV ideas.
GANNIN continues to work on his teleportation system.
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.
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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It's March Madness and that means it's time for our heroes vs. villains tournament! Last year it was Marvel, this year it's DC Comics. Matt Moore and RuthAnn Thompson (Geek Chic Promotions) join us!
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.
Our special guest today is Ciara Renee of Legends of Tomorrow! She talks about the expereince of playing Hawkgirl and shares her thoughts on the spin-off series.
Also on this podcast, we talk about the petition to make Deadpool a PG-13 and react to the latest trailer for Star Wars Rebels. We also take time to remember David Bowie and Alan Rickman.
Finally, we talk about a free science hotline, and GANNIN wants Jeff to do the Donkey Kong.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we discuss the Supergirl premiere and what it means for strong female heroes on television. Also, Scott interviews Masi Oka about Heroes Reborn and his video game company, Mobius Digital!
Other topics in discussed today include William Shatner's Star Wars taunts, the ways to order Butterbeer at Starbucks and The Muppets TV series getting a full season.
Also see - Supergirl producers interview
Check out the latest game from Mobius Digital - Beacon 38!
This week's podcast opens with Regina Davis &and Matt Moore of Comic Book Noob as we get to know them a little better & learn more about their passion for comics. In today's Geek Assembly meeting Geek Kay of FANgirl Blog and Rebecca Johnson of Supergirl Radio join us to discuss the TV show trailers for The Muppets, Supergirl & Legends of Tomorrow.
Other topics include Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch changing parents again, the chance for a Star Wars/Marvel channel, Stephen Amell's claim that Arrow is done and Doomsday's reported appearance in Batman vs. Superman.
Also see - Supergirl TV Trailer Easter Eggs
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