Geek Show Episode 40 Show Notes – Welcome Back Wolverine!
Get all the links and see all the pretty pictures and videos we’re discussing on the latest episode of the Geek Show!
We’ll be joined on this episode by Ben Morse, the Editorial Director of Marvel Digital Media. Rich and I will do our best to get as much information out of him as we can about what’s going on at Marvel. So that means the upcoming Civil War II event in the comics, and see if he can’t give us the skinny on “Captain America: Civil War” before it hits theaters.
Ben also co-hosts the This Week in Marvel podcast.
More Marvel Stuff:
Final X-Men Apocalypse Trailer! This is a big one, too. We finally got the thing we’ve bene looking for! Wolverine will be in this movie. We just don’t know for how long or how big the role will be.
Speaking of Wolverine:
Wolverine 3 has cast Richard E. Grant in a mad scientist roll. That’s pretty much it – more here
New “Civil War” TV spots – more Spidy in both! (currently sitting at a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes)
More Spider-Man News:
Robert Downey Jr has joined the cast of “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” So now, will this movie be a prequel to Civil War, or with Tony Stark be a mentor to Peter Parker moving forward, or will it be flashbacks? More here
Trailer for DC animated Universe “Batman: The Killing Joke” is here. No official release date as of yet.
The R rated extended cut of “Batman v Superman” has been confimred to be 181 minutes. Not the 4 hour version that was thought to be coming out. Theatrical version run time was 2 hours and 31 minutes, 151 minutes. So 30 more minutes for the R rated versions.
Anthony Mackie (aka Falcon) says that Ben Affleck was the best part about Batman
“When I saw that movie I was really excited about it because I said Ben Affleck would be the perfect Superman, I mean Batman, and when you see the movie he is the best thing about the movie, he shines as Batman.” More
- Cyborg Superman
- Darkseid (duh)
- Yuga Khan – Darkseid’s father
- Ratings for both ‘Agents of SHIELD’ and ‘The Flash’ were up this week. Flash went from a 1.2 to a 1.3 and SHIELD went to a very low .9 to a 1.0.
- Supergirl – not officially renewed as of yet. Likely, announcement rumored to be coming next month. More