Hey guys so with the Aquaman and Shazam trailers that were released at San Diego Comic Con, we thought it would be a good idea and think back at how DC has marketed their movies from Batman Begins to Shazam. The things that DC has done wrong and done right to promote their movies has been drastically different when it seems they know it’s going to do well and when critically its going to flop.
So San Diego Comic Con just ended yesterday, or a few days ago we don’t know when you’re listening to this and well it had some pretty good trailer that were released. The Aquaman trailer did not disappoint and Shazam looks nothing like DC’s Darker movie universe and makes us question if it is in that universe at all. Many other trailers and news were announced but we don’t remember them very well right now. So go ahead and listen. NOW!!
Hey so guess what? … We have finally… seen… HAHAHA nah, we still haven’t Solo: A Star Wars Story, probably won’t for a while but you know what? On today’s we will be talking about a whole lot of randomness, we don’t completely remember all of it but you know what y’all are about to listen to the second episode we recorded for this episode but guess what? … We lost our first recording and well now we are tired recording the second time.
Hey guys so we have awesome news for this episode, and you if you notice anything different, great, if not, don’t worry we will tell yall the news. For today we just watched Ant-Man and the Wasp and we just want you guys to know it was good and that we were not ready for that ending.
So… uhm we are sorry for last week, but we are not sorry for not watching Solo: A Star Wars Story. We do have a great show for y’all today, as we talk about a movie 14 years in the making The Incredibles 2 and how it was. We also talk about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom it was an interesting view for each of us as our opinions don’t line up as well for this time.
Yeah so this is becoming a joke now, still no review for Solo: A Star Wars Story, at this point I don’t know who is waiting for it. So instead of reviewing a movie we will be talking E3 which just passed. We will talking about the Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo press conferences and our favorite game that were announced.
Yup, you guessed it we still haven’t seen Solo: A Star Wars Story yet. Instead for this episode we talk about the new trailers that have just been released,such as, The Lego Movie 2, Bumblebee, Wreck-It Ralph 2, How to Train Your Dragon 3 and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. We also have some major announcements in regards to the podcast and our future endeavours.
So we haven’t seen Solo: A Star Wars Story yet, so we don’t have a review ready. Instead we have decided to talk about one of our favorite franchises of all time Pokemon and some of the recent announcements about the upcoming games. Oh, before we forget The Walking Dead has made some recent announcements about their lead actor Andrew Lincoln, and Irving has some very strong opinions regarding Rick Grimes story arc over the course of the series.
On today's episode Derrick and Irving talk about Marvel’s The Avengers and MORE. After four years and five solo films, what at the time was seen as the most ambitious crossover ever came to the theaters. Then again six years after The Avengers we will talk about Infinity War one of the best movies we have ever seen, and the emotional rollercoaster is set us upon. Credit to Metre for our intro song Escalator.
On today's episode Derrick and Irving talk about Thor and some predictions ahead of the Avengers: Infinity War theatrical release. See how this film provides more than many believe to the MCU. Credit to Metre for our intro song Escalator.
On today's episode Derrick and Irving talk about Captain America: The First Avenger. The film that introduced us to the Infinity Stones and the vast power they hold. As well as set up for the remainder of the trilogy as we see Captain America take on Hydra and its leader Red Skull. Credit to Metre for our intro song Escalator.
Hey so as we continue to change things up on today’s episode we talk about the wonderful movies Deadpool and Deadpool 2 in all their glory and stupidity. We hope y’all enjoy this wonderful commentary on a movie many never thought would be made but all it took was one, Ryan Reynolds and his persistence to be the Merc with a Mouth.
On today's episode Derrick and Irving talk about Iron Man 2. The movie that truly began the Marvel Cinematic Universe and planted the seeds for future stories all while telling the story of a dying Tony Stark.
Welcome to our very first Podcast! On today's episode we introduce ourselves to the world, as we discuss the film that started the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man. Credit to Metre for our intro song Escalator.