We react and discuss the trailers for Captain Marvel, Star Wars Resistance, Fantastic Beasts 2 and Bumblebee. We'll address the controversy surrounding the Nagini reveal in the trailer for Fantastic Beasts: the Crimes of Grindelwald. In the spirit of prequel controversies, Darth Taxus challenges us to create an intentionally bad idea for a film. We'll also talk about the announcements of less Star Wars movies and Kathleen Kennedy's Lucasfilm extension.
It's our season finale (we're back on September 11), and we're ranking the top three most memorable stories that took place over the season. Plus, Darth Taxus makes it a challenge just to see how much we remember. Join us for that, as well as Rotten Tomatoes predictions for The Happytime Murders. FYI - Some adult themes are in this episode.
It's our most star-studded (or maybe we should say Star Trekked filled) episode to date. We'll discuss the latest Star Trek news, including the official announcement regarding the return of Jean-Luc Picard, the plan for year-round Star Trek TV shows and the break up between Star Trek 4, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth. With that main course set, we'll give you some side dishes in the way of a high-budget Star Wars TV series, results of the Christopher Robin predictions and engines full of kittens.
NOTE - Some content in this episode may not be appropriate for younger children. As Geek Supreme, Jeff was given the power to make Scott and Regina think hard about a certain fandom. This is accomplished by playing a Muppet version of F***, Marry, Kill. Need we say more? Also, the geeks will discuss the Disney/Fox merger, as well as news aboutStar Wars Resistance, the Episode IX cast and rumored Flash movie plot change.
San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in the books, and as always, there was plenty of trailers, showcases and announcements. That's why this week's episode is dedicated to the convention. The geeks will discuss trailers, TV announcements, apparel, panels, surprises and more. Plus, since it's Darth Taxus' birthday, they'll blow out candles and pick the best movies that came out during their birth month. Join us, and we won't make you sing "Happy Birthday".
San Diego Comic-Con is right around the corner! So, we're going to spend some time discussing the exclusives we want and stuff we want to see. Is Thanos a big purple dumbass? Someone wrote an opinion piece saying his Infinity Glove plan was dumb. Joss Whedon is getting a new HBO series, and William Gibson is getting his Alien 3 script made into a comic book. All this, and we even throw in a Joker-themed Geek Word game.
This week, ants are back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they're in our podcast as well. If the geeks aren't careful, they could step in an anthill and get bitten. In the meantime, there will be reviews of Ant-Man and the Wasp, memories of Steve Ditko, newjob ideas for Geoffrey the Giraffe, reactions to an 80s cartoon themes list and continued frustrations with some people in the Star Wars fandom (see Ahmed Best).
We're back from a summer break! Since there were so many topics waiting for us when we came back, Darth Taxus just put a bunch of them on a wheel. The results include discussions on the new DC streaming service, the possible return of Captain Picard, a new Overwatch hero/hamster and news about Indiana Jones 5 (coming much, much later to a theater near you...hopefully). We've missed you, so please join us for today's Geek Supreme match!
So, what was your reaction when you heard Jared Leto was getting his own Joker movie. Was it, "You must be joking?" (*RIMSHOT*) This week, the geeks will share their reactions and make plot pitches for the film. They'll also share thoughts on the trailers for The Lego Movie 2, Predator, Into the Spiderverse, Bumblebee and Ralph Breaks the Internet. Everyone had to something to say about Kelly Marie Tran's departure from Instagram, and the geeks have some things to say too. All this, plus Rotten Tomatoes predictions for Ant-Man & The Wasp.
Jared Leto's Joker Movie
Kelly Marie Tran Leaves Instagram
In this week's episode we discuss a show about the later years of iconic characters and a movie about the younger years of iconic characters. One has an overwhelming positive response, while the other has mixed reviews. Find out where the geeks stand (and how well they spell) in this week's battle for geek supremacy. Plus, find out their Rotten Tomatoes predictions for Incredibles 2.
The Geek Supreme
Darth Taxus challenges hosts Scott Murray, Jeff McGee & Regina Davis in a battle for geek talk supremecy.