In episode 10 we talk Point Break, argue over Keanu Reeves acting ability, crush on Swayze, take a look back at the career of one of our best modern writer/directors, talk about a unique brewery from California, and struggle to open a Funky Buddha bottle.
One of the most exciting things to come from Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm was the chance to tell new Star Wars stories on the big screen - stories beyond the ever-continuing the episodic saga. Films exploring The Old Republic, Boba Fett finally having a chance to really earn that fan following, tales of smugglers, scoundrels, and smarmy aliens - anything is possible. The debut spin-off film, Rogue One, was a ballsy first foray into a bigger cinematic universe; and with that risk came a Hutt-load of trouble. Rogue One released to great acclaim and profit, but what hasn't yet come out is the real story of what went on behind the scenes. In the months following the film's release, the rumors about drastic, character-reshaping reshoots have become more and more substantiated and fragmented clues about the movie's original narrative have been scattered like the dust of Alderaan across numerous filmmaker interviews. Was Rogue One a bad film saved at the last minute? A better movie made safer by focus groups? This film's production is a fascinating untold story, and in this episode we're assembling all the nuggets of insight we've collected. Who was Sergent Jyn Erso? Was Krennic ever a competent villain? Who lived and who died between reshoot and release? Will we see more 🌿 and 🍒? And perhaps biggest of all, what do the struggles of Rogue One and the meltdown of the Han Solo film mean for the future of these experiments in Star Wars filmmaking? For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/07/state-empire-rogue-one-anthology-experimentLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the BONUS SPOILERCAST episode.. Xavier Johnson sits down with Raheem Kornegay, Xavier Hicks, and in her first episode Ionee Kornegay to dicuss the latest and upcoming films to release on the big screen. In this episode they will be discuss the newest and final installment to the Matt Reeves trilogy, "War For The Planet Of the Apes, while also discussing whether Critics are right or wrong in calling for an Andy Serkis Oscar nomination, and some of the favorites and worst moments in this film. They will also be bringing you movie preview episodes, our top 10 countdowns on a wide variety of subjects, and even some special Throwback Thursday episodes as we take a blast to the past and talk about some of everyones favorite old-school films! Follow us on Twitter to keep updated on what we have in-store for you all @AbovethefilmPD For those without a twitter you can also follow us on Instagram also @abovethefilmpd if you have a Facebook, check out our page at Above The Film Podcast
This week the Leftovers are joined by listener Stephanie Chapman to discuss The New Mutants trailer. What did with think of Josh Boone’s first trailer for the film? Brian talks about the new film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women that is inspired by the true creation of the character Wonder Woman. I know, I know… take the words “inspired” and “true” with a grain of salt. We also talk about some new Thor: Ragnarok news as well as a casting call for Avengers 4. New DC news from Wonder Woman 2 and Justice League. Beetlejuice 2 has a new writer. Yeah, that’s still being talked about. Creed 2 has a director. And we have Star Wars The Last Jedi news as well as new news about Snoke and Brian discusses a theory about Rey. Share this:
We interrupt State of the Empire's regularly scheduled Star Wars news and updates for an event that's been years in the making: our first full-length installment of Willow Watch and an interview Willow screenwriter Bob Dolman! Yes, the bones have spoken. Our ongoing investigation into the 1988 Lucasfilm fantasy epic, Willow, has led us on an incredible journey. What began as a flight of fancy that we might someday see a Willow 2 from Disney has become a mad quest to track down the full story of this fantastic film and signs of what might come next. We've uncovered strange expanded universe secrets from novelizations and source books, dissected a long-forgotten animated series that never came to fruition, and speculated on the existence of much behind-the-scenes worldbuilding. Warwick Davis has been talking about the possibility of Willow 2 for ages, director Ron Howard recently said "never say never", and here we are - potentially on the precipice of a new dawn for the nearly 30 year old fan favorite. What better time for Cap, Doug, and Matt to team up with the man who wrote the world of Willow into life? For the first time ever, hear the full story of how the film came to be - from Lucas' early outline, to a fortuitous dinner with myth master Joseph Campbell, and remarkable on-set moments. Bob's got unprecedented insights into the creative process of working with George Lucas, tales of Nelwyn hookups, the of the infamous deleted boat sequence, and so much more. Let's face it, without this episode you'll dwell in darkness. Step into an incredible world of behind-the-scenes adventure.For links and more info, head to the main episode page: http://nerdyshow.com/2016/02/willow-watch-interview-with-bob-dolmanLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We take a look at the classic 90s sitcom Frasier and examine the fan theory: 'Niles and Frasier aren't brothers, they are actually gay'. That fan theory is one of many that Joe and Anthony propose in this episode of Abstract Nonsense the Fan Theories and Alternate Readings Podcast. Subscribe to us on iTunes & check out our website https://www.fantheoriespodcast.com for all of our other fan theories and episodes. Join our mailing list to get access to the exclusive weekly newsletter of mystery. Send your own fan theories to: email@example.comSend your fan/hate mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org -- FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA -- FB: http://bit.ly/abstractnonsenseftpIG: @abstractnonsenseftpTW: @AbstractPodcast
The Introduction episode. Xavier Johnson sits down with Raheem Kornegay and Xavier Hicks to dicuss the latest and upcoming films to release on the big screen. On this intial installment to the podcast series, they will be discussing the MCU's very first solo Spider-Man movie "Spider-Man: Homecoming" They will also be bringing you movie preview episodes, our top 10 countdowns on a wide variety of subjects, and even some special Throwback Thursday episodes as we take a blast to the past and talk about some of everyones favorite old-school films! Follow us on Twitter to keep updated on what we have in-store for you all @AbovethefilmPD For those without a twitter you can also follow us on Instagram also @abovethefilmpd if you have a Facebook, check out our page at Above The Film Podcast
In the era of fake news, no quadrant of the galaxy is safe from mind tricks. Yes, State of the Empire is your wacky, zany source for absurd rumors, but if we smell bantha poodoo, you'd better believe we're gonna call it out so you don't step in it. So forget all you know... or think you know about the Han Solo film and Lord and Miller's firing. Let Cap, Doug and Matt set you straight. In addition to tackling the new murmurs coming from the smouldering crater of the Han Solo implosion, we've got a new cache of Episode VIII action figure code names with some baffling implications, awe-inspiring and disconcerting plans from Disney's upcoming Star Wars attractions, musings on the forthcoming Indiana Jones film, upcoming comics, and a shocking amount of character and story details for the untitled Star Wars adventure project from Visceral Games. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/06/state-of-the-empire-episode-35-jedi-mind-tricksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's been a great disturbance in the force. As if two bright voices in pop cinema set about making a Han Solo movie and were suddenly silenced. This week we received the shocking news that Phil Lord and Chris Miller had been fired from the young Han Solo film with only three weeks left to shoot. Changing creative directions early into a film is one thing, but a firing this late in production is catastrophic and highly unusual. We discuss this baffling development at length - why it might have happened, what it means for the modern era of Star Wars film making, who to believe, and what Ron Howard being brought in means for the Han Solo film (and Willow!). We also explore the latest on The Last Jedi including character reveals, rumor confirmations, leaked info from LEGOs, and behind the spolier-proof blast doors we even provide an outline of a sequence from the film. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/06/state-of-the-empire-34-lord-miller-fired-from-han-soloLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We already know you live Star Wars - you're listening to this podcast after all. But c'mon, you've always wanted to LIVE IN Star Wars, right? Maybe not for life, but at least just for a visit? Well, folks, the universe doesn't get anymore lived in than this! ILMxLAB and The Void have teamed up to create a virtual reality experience the likes of which you've never seen before. Seriously! We've seen, heard, smelled, touched, and blasted through Star Wars. Throw out any preconceived notions you've got about what VR is or can be - THIS is the new paradigm for virtual entertainment. Join Cap and Doug for a review of Secrets of the Empire, the debut Star Wars adventure. We share a spoiler-free overview of this uncanny hybridization of escape room and first person shooter, and for those of you willing to go beyond the blast doors, we spill our guts about everything that went down. But it's not all review - we've got some secrets of our own to unearth: learn when this semi-canonical adventure takes place, how might it tie into future Star Wars stories, and even get a little taste of some Indy Inquiry. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/12/state-empire-episode-43-star-wars-vr-secrets-empire-reviewLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Good morrow, lovely listeners, and welcome to Episode 69 (ooh er!) of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Joining me in The Parlour this month are delightful regulars; my rather splendid husband, Rich, and our good friend and faux-Cockney, Phil! We're pretty much all over the shop in this episode as I suffer with sleep deprivation whilst the whiskey's a-flowin' for Rich & Phil. We talk about Baby Driver, how much Rich adores the Oh Hello live show, Phil & Rich's thoughts on the return of Twin Peaks, and how little I know about pop culture... All this, plus me not accepting the concept of Blood Drive and having a miniature meltdown over it, Rich watching Adam Sandler movies on purpose, and Phil suffering through Alien Covenant... Enjoy! Episode Theme - 'FM' by Steely Dan End Theme - 'Shadow' by Chromatics WARNING: Mild spoilers within, and some pretty tinny sound, sorry! It was hot as balls when we reocrded so we had the windows open, and removing the sound of the M6 wafting through reduced the quality a bit.
Should the Star Wars fans influence content? Bryan and Shelby discuss. Check out our new website: www.hyperspacepodblast.com Hit us up on Twitter @hyperspace_pod or email us at email@example.com. Intro song by Bryan. Outro by @Da_Nee_Flow
It's a Crypt Keeper Double-Feature on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon as they laugh their way through the absurdity of two beloved horror-comedy classics. First on the chopping block is Demon Knight (1995), starring Billy Zane, Jada Pinkett (pre-Smith) and whole cast of people-eating puppets. Next, a tawdry little tale called Bordello of Blood (1996), starring Dennis Miller, Chris Sarandon, and Corey Feldman. And as always, let us know what you thought about this week’s episode, vote your fave film in our 'Tales From The Crypt' poll on Twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our Facebook group to continue the conversation with the horde of horror fiends! This show is made possible because of fiends like yourself! Support Nightmare on Film Street at www.patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet What’s Keeping us Creepy? 1. New horror is on the horizon, Fiends! This week we got a new trailer for Summer of '84, a premiere date for Channel Zero: Butcher's Block, and photos from the set of Halloween! 2. The first annual FREDDY'S - HORROR AWARDS! Nominate, Vote, and Recognize the gory, the depraved, and the terrifying in an awards ceremony to rival the non-horror friendly Oscars! And you, the esteemed Horror Public, will be making all of the decisions. Nominations are now open! 3. BEETLE BREAKFAST, the 2nd pin from the Cinema Cemetery Collection is now available for presale! Inspired by everyone’s favorite Bio-Exorcist, this tombstone pin is a hand-drawn replica of the tombstone featured in BEETLEJUICE. “I’ll eat anything you want me to eat, I’ll swallow anything you want me to swallow, so come on down and I’ll… chew on a dog!” 4. We’re on Spotify! You can now grab episodes of Nightmare on Film Street on the Spotify app! Tell your friends, tell your boss, tell your evil doppelganger! Just search ‘Nightmare on Film Street‘ and hit that FOLLOW button, fiend! Released: January 18th, 2018 Download: iTunes – Stitcher – Google Play – Spotify Support the Show: Patreon – Merch – Advertise – Leave a Review
The suspicious shakeups in the Star Wars Universe keep on coming! In this episode we discuss Colin Trevorrow being booted off Episode IX and the return of JJ Abrams. Along with this more-publicized director change is a promising switch of writers and the reoccurring suggestion that this pivotal film is even more serious than we know - wrapping not just this new trilogy, but uniting and concluding this trilogy of trilogies. Cap, Matt, and Doug also recap all the social media teases spinning out of the newly minted Solo - A Star Wars Story. Yeah, we don't love the title, so we made up some of our own. This summer, Ron Howard has been busy reshooting more of the film than expected. We discuss the cast that's been added and dropped, the major expanded universe surprises, and more. Plus, the first big batch of Last Jedi rumors (safely shielded behind our spoiler-proof blast doors) and new interpretations of the mystery presented by the looming Obi-Wan Kenobi film. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/10/state-of-the-empire-episode-38-han-solo-and-the-kingdom-of-the-crystal-porgLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Star Wars novels have long been the heart of the galaxy far, far away. This "lived in" sci-fi universe is inevitably left fans dying to know more about its mysteries and covet action figures of obscure aliens from the back ground of Mos Eisley. Now that so much of the expanded universe has been swept away, the pressure is on for new books to step up and fill in the blanks! In this episode Cap, Matt, and Doug discuss the latest Star Wars novels and how they've build on the bigger themes being explored in the new films. We also give you a run-down on what's happening in Star Wars comics present and forthcoming. The connective tissues between the stories of the Original Trilogy era and the New Trilogy are getting stronger as is our depth of understanding about the duality of The Force, the cuckolding of Greedo, and the canonicity of The Star Wars Holiday Special. We also learn how single player campaign for Battlefront II is deeply rooted in exciting stories from across the timeline and get deep into a game industry discussion that casts a critical eye to all the drama coming out of EA games. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/11/state-empire-episode-39-star-wars-novels-retcon-artistryLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The release of The Last Jedi looms large - and we're shocked by how little we know about what's to come. One thing's for sure: Disney is IMPRESSED. In this episode we share reactions and discuss the ramifications of director Rian Johnson being given his own standalone Star Wars trilogy. We also use some ancient Jedi secrets to uncover possibilities of what might be in store for us in the new film. No, really - We consult an early draft of The Empire Strikes Back which shares some eerie similarities with what we've seen so far and hints to the intense, character-defining struggles to come. Join Cap, Doug, and Matt for a shockingly revelatory, Supremacy-sized episode of State of the Empire. Beyond the films we dig into new ways the comics and novels are uniting the disparate eras, further Battlefront II scandal, and return from a trip to The Last Jedi's Crait - the new destination just added to Star Tours! For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/11/state-of-the-empire-episode-40-scavenging-for-jedi-secretsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
State of the Empire is Nerdy Show’s Star Wars speculation podcast where we “look for news in Alderaan places”... ...Though for once we're looking in the right place - We're on site at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim! The Star Wars universe is poised to erupt in a fervor not seen since the series' debut. This weekend alone we've seen Han and Chewie return to the screen, Rebels season 2 bridge the gap between the Clone Wars and the Rebellion, Star Wars Battlefront return gamers to the frontlines, and Rogue One promise to show us a side of Star Wars we've never seen on the screen. Join Cap, Doug, Matt, and special guest host Matthew Rex as we recount our adventures in perilous lines and in-depth panels. We scavenge for secret truths and read between the lines to give you the most in depth and hypothetically accurate dish on Star Wars news in the galaxy. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: http://nerdyshow.com/2015/04/nerdy-show-218-state-of-the-empire-revelations-at-star-wars-celebrationLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The final theatrical trailer for The Last Jedi is here - and we are overwhelmed. Join us as we unpack all that we know... or think we know... about the forthcoming Star Wars sequel. Unlike The Force Awakens, this film still has us grasping at straws for determining story beats and gleaning insight into character arcs. However, between this and the behind-the-scenes featurette, we're beginning to see the big picture. Rumors have been confirmed and the ominous conflicts between light, dark, and (most importantly) grey sides of The Force have taken shape. What's the F8 of Tr8tor? Who's the MVP of new cuteness -BB-H8 or the porgs? Will Santa Luke save Christmas? Where does The First Order get all those wonderful toys? We've got questions, and in some cases we've actually got answers. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2017/10/state-of-the-empire-episode-37-the-last-jedi-trailerLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this festive episode we are joined by Zoe to talk about The Muppet Christmas Carol. We chat briefly about the Muppets appearance in Disney Hollywood Studios, as well as our favourite Xmas films. If you want to skip straight to the movie review (which contains spoilers) go to 8:30 Big thanks to Zoe - Carla's most long serving friend - for joining us. Lots of love (even though you are ridiculous) xx HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF OUR LISTENERS :) Come & say hello on twitter, like us on facebook, follow us on instagram or email us firstname.lastname@example.org We are the proud creators of Brit Pod Scene - a collective of British podcasts. Find more info on twitter or facebook.
1 of 3 specials where we review a film that we feel deserves to be immortalised in a theme park. Holly's choice is Independence Day. If you would prefer to skip straight to the movie review (which contains spoliers) go to 8:10 Come & say hello on twitter @themeparkfilms , follow us on instagram @themeparkfilmspodcast , like us on facebook or email us email@example.com We are the proud creators of Brit Pod Scene, a collective of British podcasts. Please like us on facebook for updates & follow uss on twitter @britpodscene
In this show we discuss Kong Skull Island as well as chat about the two rides that have featured King Kong in Universal Parks, Orlando To skip straight to the film review (which contains spoliers) to go 9:05 Come & say hello on twitter @themeparkfilms, follow us on instagram @themeparkfilmspodcast , like us on facebook or email us firstname.lastname@example.org We are the proud creators of Brit Pod Scene - a collection of British podcasts. Check us out on twitter @britpodscene or facebook 00:00
**SPOILER REVIEW** 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:02:07 - Trivia Question 0:04:07 - Wonder Woman final trailer 0:13:30 - Defenders Netflix first trailer 0:26:16 - New Mutants, Deadpool 2 and X-Men: Dark Phoenix release dates 0:32:12 - New DC digital streaming service and live-action Titans series announced 0:38:05 - Runaways Hulu leaked teaser 0:43:34 - Inhumans IMAX teaser and EW first look 0:51:23 - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review 1:43:01 - Sign off iTunes: goo.gl/ShDEsI Google Play: goo.gl/7i4J67 Facebook: facebook.com/DynamicDuelPodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Dynamic_Duel Instagram: instagram.com/dynamicduelpodcast Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
**SPOILER REVIEW** 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:02:22 - DC Marvel Trivia Question 0:05:42 - Ben Affleck departs as director of The Batman, Matt Reeves steps in 0:16:37 - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Super Bowl spot 0:25:29 - Aquaman casts Black Manta, Atlanna, and Arthur Curry 0:30:00 - Runaways and Cloak & Dagger cast 0:38:51 - Iron Fist trailer 2 0:44:31 - Powerless pilot thoughts 0:51:44 - Legion pilot thoughts 0:55:59 - The Lego Batman Movie Review 1:36:32 - Sign off iTunes: https://goo.gl/ShDEsI Google Play: https://goo.gl/7i4J67 Youtube: https://goo.gl/BQHcCe Twitter: twitter.com/Dynamic_Duel Instagram: instagram.com/dynamicduelpodcast Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Headlines: Marvel, ABC and IMAX partner for an Inhumans miniseries. John Wick director David Leitch has signed on to helm the Deadpool sequel. Marvel Studios and Fox exchanged character rights for Deadpool and Guardians of the Galaxy. The Suicide Squad Extended Cut release and reaction. The rundown: 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:05:17 - Inhumans ABC TV show + IMAX 0:14:57 - David Leitch to direct Deadpool 2 0:21:09 - Fox/Marvel deal for Ego the Living Planet 0:25:38 - Suicide Squad Extended Cut thoughts 0:43:14 - Supergirl vs Captain Marvel Battlecast intro 0:47:12 - Supergirl profile and powers 0:59:38 - Captain Marvel profile and powers 1:08:59 - Fight Speculation 1:24:18 - Battlecast results 1:30:20 - Sign off iTunes: https://goo.gl/ShDEsI Google Play: https://goo.gl/7i4J67 Youtube: https://goo.gl/BQHcCe Twitter: twitter.com/Dynamic_Duel Instagram: instagram.com/dynamicduelpodcast Five Armies, Hero Down, Clash Defiant, Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/