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.
Jeremiah Stewart from Bombad Radio guests hosts this week. We share thoughts to the final Batman vs. Superman movie trailer. We also react to a list of dateable heroes and movie characters and decide who needs to be added.
Other topics this week includeHasbro and Marvel's cosplay line, the announcement thatBrian Fuller will be the showrunner for the new Star Trek series, Deadpool's record breaking weekend and the last minute budget cuts that were made to the Deadpool movie.
Tune in for all of this PLUS zombie robots.
Jordan Maison of Cinelinx guest hosts. We discuss the ways Luke Skywalker may or may not be susceptible to falling to the dark side. We also look back at the fall televisions shows we watched this year and rank which ones entertained us the most/least.
Other topics in today's episode include Harrison Ford's comments about which trailer lines are misleading, how Spider-Man and Ant-Man fit into Civil War, and trailer reactions:
Independence Day: Resurgence
Also, GANNIN tries to mix holiday and geek spirit.
What's better - an Atari 2600 or the movie Pixels? Considering the Pixels reviews we've heard...probably the old game system. In this episode, we discuss the challenges of turning a video game into a movie. In the Geek Assembly meeting, we react to the new Electra Woman and Dyna Girl trailer and discuss childhood TV show reboots.
Other topics discussed include Michael Jackson as Jar Jar Binks, Jeri Ryan's role in Arrow, a Fantastic Four/X-Men crossover movie and how He-Man and She-Ra became Thor.
Lauren Gallaway joins Jeff & Scott as we wrap up our San Diego Comic-Con reports. Lauren discusses what she did on Day 4, and we give some final reactions to the convention news about Star Wars, Batman vs. Superman, Arrow, The Flash, Deadpool, Legends of Tomorrow, The Muppets, X-Men and more.
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.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, Josh Brown of The 40 Going On 14 Podcast joins us to discuss whether or not movies like The Goonies exist anymore.
We look at the state of Marvel, franchise rights and the MCU as it relates to the X-Men and Spider-Man. Does Marvel want X-Men to fail? We'll also discuss the announcement about Spider-Man joining the cinematic universe.
Plus Lacey Valle shares her review of Kingsmen:The Secret Service.
Other topics include shortening movies, the new line of Harry Potter Funko Pop figures and getting dropped into the world of Batman: The Animated Series.
Music in the Felicia Day Spa is composed by Lee Fitzsimmons.
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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