We explore further thoughts on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Harry Potter in general, and Rogue One. Eddie Murphy was almost in Star Trek IV. There will be more Ghostbusters films. Angela Bassett joins Black Panther. Kevin Feige addresses an Avengers and X-Men crossover. Alien Covenant gets bumped up. Plus entirely too much time on Tecmo Super Bowl's 25th anniversary, NES games, eighties arcade games, and why Fred Savage's The Wizard has held the test of time.
Janalee Minton sits in for Brandon and discusses why the political climate of the sixties may be the reason why it's the decade with the least amount of classic movies. Then they talk about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Star Trek, Doctor Strange, The Crown, and TV shows wrapping up with fitting endings.
We brace for four long years. Chapelle nails SNL. Leonard Cohen passes. Justice League Dark goes for an R rating. Marvel works behind the scenes with Sony and Fox. The Inhumans are coming to theaters and TVs. And Disney may buy Netflix.
Doctor Strange reviewed. Travis Tritt has a problem. We reveal the origin of all american music. We dish dirt on the movies for the Freddie Mercury biopic, The Flash, Deadpool 2, Wonder Woman, and Lego Batman. Stranger Things gets two new cast members. And the Simpsons break a new record.
Brandon, Ruler of the Universe, weighs in on the demise of Vine, Keeping up with the Joneses, From Dusk Till Dawn, James Cameron's push to 4K projectors, Star Trek Discovery's new showrunners, a comic crossover between TNG and Aliens, Rambo's reboot, Stan Lee cameos, Ash vs Evil Dead, Thor Ragnarok, the Silver Surfer skateboarder, Meta World Peace's supernatural assault, and American Horror Story Roanoke.