This time on The BastardCast, Jeremy, Jason, and habitual guest Matthew Jackson discuss the latest Batman casting rumors (and Jason’s desperate desire to be Robin), why Johnny Depp should care a little more and suck a little less, and why Peter Capaldi will make a better Doctor Who than a marzipan dildo.
Also on the show: Boba Fett’s new reality TV show, why The Flash sounds like a kinder, fast moving version of Dexter, how DC Entertainment and the ani-Maniacs over at Warner Bros. need to grow a pair and not screw the Flash TV show up, and visual confirmation that Gustavo Fring is alive, well, and still making dope-ass chicken fingers in New Jersey.
Do you need more? Apparently, so did Bruce Willis, because Sly Stallone has taken to twitter in a manly way to possibly diss his former co-star while also announcing that Harrison Ford is entering The Stallone Zone to star in Expendables 3: Rise of the Hernia Sling.
Still not enough? Alright, alright, Harrison Ford also lays out his idea of an acceptable Indiana Jones swan song, Karl Urban gets an offer from one of the boys that he will surely refuse after urging the Star Trek creative team to embrace exploration, and George Lucas‘ dirty little secret about also being Michael McDonald is revealed thanks to “The Butter Song”.
All that and whatever the opposite of wholesome is ON The BastardCast!The BastardCast: Held down from Nerdist-like podcast-y glory by those damn American critics.
This week on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason go to San Diego Comic Con… in their minds, discussing all the con’s biggest news.
Superman/Batman? Yup, they’re talking about what (and who) the next Batman needs to be and if Zack Snyder can handle Batman’s “curves”.
Avengers 2: Age of Ultron? Of course! Joss Whedon‘s irrational fear of ants and cannon needs to be explored!
Speaking of the Marvel Movie Universe, Jason is concerned about a tear in the fabric of space and time should Magneto Prime bed Retro Magneto, and the fellows discuss Hugh Jackman, Matt Smith, Simon Pegg, and Bryan Cranston‘s penchant for cosplay and a new rule about comic convention etiquette, hash tag: Star Jarring.
Also on the show: The boys ponder which beloved sci-fi franchise they want JJ Abrams to befoul (hand on the glass JJ, you brought this on yourself), and did you believe that Kevin Smith was retiring? FOOL! Smith may want to make a movie about a man in a walrus suit called Tusk.
All of that, sad Dan Harmon, and some chatting about what SDCC is and what we were all not given, meaning real details and any news about a Flash movie, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and of course, WONDER WOMAN!
The BastardCast: Invisible overlords of the Hall H Shantytown since 2006.