Yes, it’s been 5 weeks since we put out a show, it’s bad, real bad. We have two shows recorded, including this one. And we’re
doing another one tonight!
Week of June 13, 2007
Opinions and corrections
1. Mob boss in Batman Begins was Carmine Falcone.
2. What Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez are doing next.
3. Jonathan rants about Fantastic Four 2.
1. Spider-Man box office post Pirates 3
2. Several scenes of Dark Knight will be shot in IMAX format.
3. William Hurt playing “Thunderbolt” Ross in Incredible Hulk.
4. Iron Man going for PG-13.
5. Supergirl coming to Smallville.
6. Matthew Fox is Racer X in Speed Racer.
7. Heroes Season 2 casting.
8. Teen Titans movie, for Warner Brothers.
9. Hasbro renews deal with Paramount for feature film of GI Joe.
10. Transformers moved up 1 day.
11. Warner Bros developing Thundercats,
12. Walt Disney in deal with Stan Lee.
13. Role Playing videogame “City of Heroes” being developed.
14. Superman vs. Doomsday will premiere at Comic Con.
1. Criss Angel (Mindfreak) In Mandrake
2. Zach Snyder still wants Butler in Watchmen.
3. John Cusack wants in Watchmen.
Butler, Carmine Falcone, Criss Angel (Mindfreak), Fantastic Four 2, Frank Miller, Hasbro, John Cusack, Mandrake, Matthew Fox, Racer, Robert Rodriguez, Smallville, Speed Racer, Spider-Man, Stan Lee, Thundercats, Walt Disney, Warner Bros, William Hurt
Week of May 23, 2007
Opinions and Corrections:
1. Heroes finale – what the hell?
2. Smallville finale thoughts.
3. Fantastic Four 2 movie trailers – We ask, how many is too many?
4. Neil Gaiman’s Stardust.
1. Spider-Man box office, Week 3.
2. The Dark Knight, casting news and viral marketing campaign.
3. Heroes Season 2 and DVD news.
4. Thomas Jane out as the Punisher.
5. Sgt Rock film news.
6. Robert Rodriguez to direct Barbarella.
7. Bionic Woman picked up by NBC
8. Another convention appearance at Opus Fest.
1. The Rock wants to play Shazam/Captain Marvel.
2. Gerard Butler not in Watchmen.
3. Possible Watchmen casting, not sure we’re happy about it.
Captain, Fantastic Four 2, Gerard Butler, Marvel, Neil Gaiman, Robert Rodriguez, Rock, Smallville, Spider-Man, Thomas Jane, viral marketing