Episode #234 – More Like Comic Non Amirite!?!?

Comic Con sort of happened this week and the guys are here to fill you in. They’ve also got stories like:

  • Comic-Con @ Home?
  • Everything is moving again
  • Dave Franco is cool as Ice
  • Tom Cruise is going to (die in) space
  • New Bill & Ted trailer
  • Sonic 2 in 2022
  • Peacock launch underwhelming
  • Netflix picks up Ryan Reynolds time travel flick
  • The Boys picked up for season 3
  • Amazon buys Without Remorse
  • Dong Lover coming back as Lando for the D+?
  • No Amazonian/Atlantean war in Flashpoint
  • SnyderCut will not include any Joss Whedon footage
  • But will have Black Suit Superman
  • First 5 minutes of New Mutants screened at Comic Con @ Home

All that, the Weekly Watched and of course tangents.

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Episode #233 – We’re Terrible At Stuff… As A Country

All we want this week is for you to listen to the episode and also wear a mask. Is that too much to ask?  While you do that, the guys are talking:

  • Disney analyst expects theaters to be closed until mid-2021
  • The Gray Man
  • Peacock also not available on Roku or Amazon
  • Michael Che sketch show heading to HBO Max
  • The Bad Batch picked up for Disney+
  • Noah Centineo is Atom Smasher
  • Falcon and Winter Soldier delayed
  • Wandavision also delayed, but just to December, 2020

All that, the Weekly Watched and of some of our trademark tangents.

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Episode #232 – featuring Giuseppe Stromboli, Garrett Hedlund (but not Charlie Hunnam) and The Lady!!!

We have a lot of guest stars this week (just one). So, let’s get to it (Loren recorded from his bed). All the pop culture (he’s fine) anyone could need (does anyone read these?). Butt.

  • Tr3n?
  • Jude Law hooked on Hook?
  • Halloween Kills teaser (and delayed a year)
  • New Batwoman
  • Run runs out of breath
  • John Mulaney heading to Comedy Central
  • Sabrina totally chilled
  • The Gotham show we deserve
  • Ready Player Two, read it, whatever
  • R. Bats won’t have any SuperFriends

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Episode #231 – Life Has Found A Way

This week Loren apparently calls in from a phone booth outside of a Circle K. But that doesn’t stop the guys from talking all the week’s Entertainment News with stories like:

  • Lethal Weapon 5 still in development
  • Original Jurassic Park cast heavily involved in JW3
  • Curb renewed for season 11
  • The Great renewed at Hulu
  • Fallout will become the next Amazon series
  • An American Pickle trailer
  • Metal Gear Solid: The Animated Series?
  • Zatanna in development
  • Batman Beyond in development?
  • Cavill still open to playing Superman again

All that, the Weekly Watched and of course tangents.

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Episode #230 – We got Dodgson here!

Apologies for the late post. So, let’s get to it.

  • Tenet, and Mulan, on the move again
  • Chicken Run 2
  • Ms. Frizzle lives
  • Twisterer
  • Dodgson returns
  • Lady pirates
  • Peacock trailers
  • Brooklyn 99 going back to the drawing board
  • Fox recasting
  • Cobra Kai on the move
  • New Splash Mountain
  • Wonder Woman/Amazons on hold
  • Batman Returns?
  • Mordo returns.

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Episode #229 – The 227 Television Universe

Yes we’re still going on about 227, it’s the hill we’ve chosen to die on. But the guys also have tons of news for you this week. Stories like:

  • Academy Awards pushed to April, 2021, Eligibility period extended to Feb 28, 2021
  • AMC theaters will NOT require patrons to wear masks when they reopen next month
  • Never mind, they almost immediately walk that back
  • Mamma 3-ah on the way
  • New The King’s Man trailer
  • Nickelodeon rebooting The Smurfs
  • #SpeakingOut trends as Wrestlers come forward about sexual abuse.
  • Cyberpunk 2077 delayed
  • Star Wars Squadrons
  • Rian Johnson trilogy still happening
  • First Snyder Cut teaser
  • DC FanDome
  • Is the MCU setting up Dr. Doom?

All that, the Weekly Watched and tangents galore.

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Episode #228 – Across the Street

Not much going on this week, so we have an actual, kind of, main topic. But first, the news!

  • Everything is moving, again
  • Evil Dead Now but not forever….?
  • Munn, Olivia Munn
  • More like So Long-gated man
  • Kate Kane will survive
  • PS5, more like POS
  • Wonder Woman on the move again, too

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Weekend Watch – 06/12/20

Welcome to the Weekend Watch, where we try to point you toward the best ways to spend your viewing time (or, at least, steer you clear of the garbage). In light of the global health crisis and the consequential movie theater closures, this week we wanted to each recommend some quality streaming content you might enjoy.

Before we get started, the HPN Staff wanted to point out that Netflix has done a fantastic job of curating some of their content into a Black Lives Matter section. Here you’ll find a litany of titles created by and starring persons of color. We think it’s an excellent start and way to remind everyone that black lives matter. To find that list click the following link here. Continue reading