Podcast Issue #6 – Getting Things Wrong
This was intended to be uploaded before the weekend, but preparations for the live event this weekend got in the way. In the meantime we got a story wrong (along with the rest of the internet).
Week of April 17, 2007
1. We received another Fake news story from Blake, keep ‘em coming.
Corrections and Notes from the previous show:
1. Nova was a member of the Nova Corps. and bore a very strong resemblance to Green Lantern.
2. The Sandman is unlikely to be a movie any time soon.
3. Secret Wars was done as storyline in the 90s Spider-Man animated series.
4. Thanos was used in the 90s Silver Surfer series.
1. Ed Norton cast as Bruce Banner in the Incredible Hulk.
2. Laurence Fishburne is the voice of Galactus in FF2. (Since we recorded this, this has since been corrected, he’s actually playing the voice of Silver Surfer).
3. Christina Ricci joins the cast of Speed Racer as Trixie.
4. Bill Smitrovich cast in Iron Man.
5. First picture of Iron Man in the first model “Grey Armor” has hit the web.
6. A new screenwriter on Punisher 2.
7. Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) talks Smallville Season 7
8. The creator of Ghost Rider is suing Marvel, Sony and anyone else with an address.
9. The Tribeca film festival will host the US premiere of Spider-Man 3 next month in all 5 boroughs of New York City, http://www.tribecafilmfestival.org
10. The festival will also have two panels on Superhero Movies.
11. A Will Eisner documentary will also debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.
1. Heroes is back April 23, watch it, we love it.
2. Read the graphic novels at http://nbc.com/heroes/novels we discuss how NBC has really created an active world outside of the show with the novels and the interactive text messages.
3. The next show will be in front of a live audience at Starfest http://www.starland.com
Posted by Michael - April 24, 2007 at 1:47 pm
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