This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News begins with the ambitious casting Warner Brothers is trying to achieve with Suicide Squad, a Batman spin-off film focused on selected members of the rogue’s gallery. Specifically, the GeekScholars talk about the high-profiled stars the studio wants to play The Joker, Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and Rick Flag. Hit play above to listen, or more to find what other fun topics we covered on the show. Continue reading DC’s Suicide Squad Casting, Doctor Doom Origin Changes, and an Aunt May Spin-Off Film for Spider-Man?
Some very interesting conversation on this week’s GeekScholars Movie News, as the hosts kick things off with a rundown of the potential candidates to play the heroes in the Fantastic Four reboot, and what it means for the potential plot of the film.
Next, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. promised to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following up on the events of The Avengers, but even though the show has a huge following, the GeekScholars debate if the quality stands up to its big screen predecessors. Hit the jump to hear what other movies we discuss on this episode! Continue reading Fantastic Four Casting, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Evaluated, American Hustle Preview, Captain Phillips Reviewed
Golden Globe Nominees! Fantastic Four casting wishes! Reviews abound for the trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness, Pacific Rim, and After Earth! Non-spoiler review for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey! Hit play above, or the jump for more details on the show!
Continue reading Eclipse Magazine presents the GeekScholars Movie News Podcast #069
Three universes collide this year during writer Mark Millar’s run on exciting Marvel titles. Beginning with his newest epic tale, 1985, Millar lays down the foundation for things to come as Marvel: 1985, FANTASTIC FOUR and WOLVERINE all intertwine in a very big way. After his run on Ultimates, and his unforgettable blockbuster Civil War, Millar explores remote and familiar corners of the Marvel Universe in ways that only the man behind such past blockbuster series could. Watch as these stories come to life with the help of long time Ultimates collaborator Bryan Hitch, Civil War’s Steve McNiven, and renowned film and comic artist Tommy Lee Edwards.
Continue reading COMIC BOOK NEWS: Mark Miller brings Fantastic Four and Wolverine Together