October 19, 2020
Welcome back for our massive 20th episode! After catching up on a few updates since the last episode surrounding how to say Stahelski, and Star Trek's future, the guys decide if Fast and Furious should go to space and if the 10th film should be called "FAST10 Your Seatbelts." We talk about future movies for actors Neve Campbell, Ryan Gosling, and directors David Leitch, and M. Night. The need for a Borat sequel nearly 15 years after the last movie, pointless prequels to Disney "live action films" no one wants, and more remakes, reboots, and retakes including Firestarter, Fresh Prince, Conan, and the sequels to Avatar that will arrive eventually.
We somehow ended up with a month of video game related stories all at once, including news on the Tomb Raider sequel with Alica Vikander, the return of Mortal Kombat's actors in a surprising possible way, Sega's Yakuza, more Resident Evil with a newly announced live action film and new CG Netflix show - different than the other live action Netflix show, Paul W.S. Anderson's new Monster Hunter movie that Ryan thinks is just Resident Evil again, and the disappointing lack of a mustache on Mark Wahlberg in Uncharted.
Tom Cruise appears again, both in regards to him and director Doug Liman being booked to head to the ISS next year and later in the discussion, all about the mad stunts Cruise and the team on the new MI films are doing. We discuss the Emmys that no one watched, Sam Elliot and Jared Padalecki casting in new roles, and several Disney Plus shows with Samuel L Jackson's Nick Fury, plus She Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Falcon & The Winter Solider, and Loki all being talking points. Plus updates on the insect heroes Ant Man and Spider-man. Speaking of heroes, Chris Evans has tough words about whoever punched Rick Moranis in New York, while Ryan Reynolds has thoughts on this also as well as Dwayne Johnson's gate before we look into the DC updates including Ryan's favorite topic of Zack Snyder's Justice League (which Rob would like Zack Snyder to blow up also).
The guys consider if Fantastic Beasts should end at the third film, numerous delays, and cancellations of productions - mostly due to the continuing covid production issues, plus yet another month's worth of delays to release dates films and when they're now all scheduled to arrive. We look at Cineworld/Regal closing for the rest of the year, but more interestingly what this has all meant for all the corn and peanuts for movie theaters and sporting events. After the covid content, we touch on the in memoriam section, and then follow up with trailer talk including WandaVision, The Mandolorian Season 2, Dune... or is it Doon, Borat 2, Hubie Halloween, Freaky, The Witches, The Craft: Legacy, Totally Under Control, Belushi, The 365, and Free Guy.
Finally, the guys wrap up this massive episode with talk about visiting the cinemas again to see Bill and Ted Face The Music (as well as seeing movies in an otherwise empty theater) and a good discussion on the Karate Kid follow up, formerly YouTube Red now on Neflix series, Cobra Kai.
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