I’ve just spent the past 10 minutes typing and then deleting an intro/rundown/synopsis of the newly released Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer that dropped from the Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
It’s not that I am at a loss for words or that I am having some difficulty expressing my thoughts on the two and a half minutes that we got to see (we being the people not in Hall H, they got an extra 40 seconds or so.) No, the main problem is I keep going back and re-watching the damn thing because it is just so damn good.
Getting a little taste of Jesse Eisenberg‘s Lex Luthor. Seeing Superman rips open the cockpit of the Batmobile. Batman stands up and stares him down. Obviously we’ll be talking at great lengths about this trailer when we review this years San Diego Comic-Con, but for now this will stand as my reaction to the above fever dream turned trailer.
In a world where the machines have risen up, spellchecks are useless and autocorrect walks against wombat pinball. Internet word slinger Mason Fabulous and satin voiced flim-flam artist and brand expert Hermes “Bear” Brunson must band together to save the world the only way they now how. By watching trailers on YouTube and talking over them.
Other than watching videos on the radio (which is as exciting as it sounds) this week on the show: [read more>>]
This time on The Mucho Mucho Robusto Fuego Hour, the squat one and the one who is too big to squat get political by aligning with America’s hot sister Anna Kendrick for her Game of Thrones dong campaign #DongsAcrossWesteros #FreeTheDragonFromTheCatacombs. Also, Jeremy and Jason battle over the worth of seeing the Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer in IMAX with some helpful tips for those of you who are without a nearby theater, talking tiger sidekicks become a thing thanks to the Wonder Woman directorial shift, and more!
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Surprise! It’s an all-new episode with your favorite podcast personalities that aren’t actually famous or Chris Hardwick. Since last we left our plump buddies, Jeremy has become a totally hairless karate master and Jason has watched Double Dragon and subsisted on beard leavings. Enough foreplay, here’s what you’re getting yourself into: [read more>>]
This time on that podcast… Hey, did you know they are rebooting Ghostbusters? Jeremy has a few plumbing related concerns about this. Meanwhile Paul Feig apparently found Jason’s weak spot – current Saturday Night Live comedy genius Kate McKinnon.
Hey, did you know they are rebooting the Fantastic Four? The guys watch the trailer and give a honest to goodness mature review. Not really, but truth be told, Jason seems truly afraid and curious to see if the film’s seemingly antiseptic view of the FF mythos will start a trend.
Hey, did you know there is also some other reboot and non-reboot news this week? [read more>>]
Welcome to the future. On this, the very first podcast of 2015, Cyborg Jeremy and Clone Jason sit in their hoverchairs (or as some call them, jazzy scooters) to talk about everything that has happened in the pop culture trendsphere. [read more>>]