Topics: The amazing Gene Wilder's career. Some Richard Pryor and Mel Brooks stories. The Night Of was spectacular from beginning to end. Death Stroke is in Justice League. Dan Harmon does a pass on Doctor Strange. Finally, what do we know about Star Trek Discovery.
Mary Jane Watson has been cast for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and some white people are pissed. Biggs defends the casting. We revisit a cartoon from 1968 called Super President. Then we give further thoughts on Good Fellas, The Ranch, Vice Principals, Love, and Arrow. World War Z 2 put out a little seen trailer. And we wrap up with some talk about Stephen King movies.
We're recording a Biggs on Film for Raiders of the Lost Ark, so we've got a summer rerun this week. But it's new to this feed since we're pulling from the cancelled Reel Roulette podcast where Zac Lachenbruch and Biggs break down a 1968 science fiction classic scene by scene: Planet of the Apes.
We review Suicide Squad and even though we promise to spoil, it is spoiler free. Then we discuss Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow, and sexism baked into superhero shows and movies. Luke Cage, Daredevil Rebirth, Jessica Jones, Stranger Things, and animated movie: The Killing Joke get some time as well. Brent Beardslee sits in.
A roller coaster is conquered. A Stephen King / Steven Spielberg milkshake is consumed. P.N. Guen is exposed. DC and Marvel Comic Con is rushed through. Star Trek Beyond is re-examined. And prescription drug companies have their feet held to the fire.