Week in Geek, season 2 episode 4, recorded 4/30/18. News since last episode, including: TV show renewals; Marvel stressing no Infinity War spoilers; Stranger Things and Montauk; Stan Lee’s elder abuse; Amazon’s $1 billion Lord of the Rings; and the world’s highest grossing single piece of media. Then the Nerd Baby interrupted!
Week in Geek, season 2 episode 3, recorded 3/26/18. News since last episode, including: streaming shows; Kristen Wigg as Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2; James Gunn and the death of Groot; Infinity War release date change; Star Wars and John Williams and Jon Favreau; Black Panther passes $1 billion worldwide and The Avengers in North America; Smash Brothers coming to the Switch; Marvel theme areas at Disney; Constantine coming to Legends of Tomorrow; and other coming movies news.
Week in Geek, season 2 episode 2, recorded 2/26/18. News since last episode, including: Kevin Smith heart attack; small news for The Name of the Wind and Sherlock season 5; Black Panther and its success and detractors; Joss Whedon steps down from Batgirl and other DCEU talk; Disney streaming service talk; Sony and their movie studio; Brendan Fraser’s #MeToo; and Dumbledore’s sexuality. This episode includes a stinger…
Week in Geek, season 2 episode 1, recorded 1/28/18. News since last season, including: Tarantino R-rated Star Trek; DC and Justice League and the uncertain future of their films; Star Wars and the absence of news about Solo; and a lot on Marvel, Disney, and the Fox purchase.
Week in Geek, episode 12, recorded 11/8/17. News since last recording, including: Amazon developing a Lord of the Rings show; Fox news including renewing The Orville and A Christmas Story Live; Disney news including their fight with the Los Angeles Times, their potential purchase of parts of Fox, what this means for their streaming service, casting for The Lion King, and the MCU passing $5 billion domestic ticket sales; DC news including Wonder Woman now being the highest grossing origin story, Justice League’s 2-hour cap, and the poaching of Brian Michael Bendis on the comics side; and the mixed reception for Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express. We’ll be back with more Week in Geek in January!