After the awe-inspiring events of Avengers: Endgame earlier this year, Spider-Man: Far From Home feels like the vacation that guides the plot of the movie, fun and funny but also still dealing with the lingering effects of Endgame.
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker is recruited by Nick Fury to help him and a mysterious visitor from another Earth stop The Elementals, a group of powerful villains that are wreaking havoc on cities across Europe.
Peter is interrupted on his class trip to Europe by none other than Nick Fury, who recruits Spider-Man to help deal with the threat of the Elementals and the villainous Mysterio in July’s Spider-Man: Far From Home.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe dive into the Day 1 news of NYCC including the details of Jon Favreau’s Star Wars show and the full trailer for Daredevil Season 3 and also discuss the mediocrity of Solo, the Spider-Verse, the backstage drama of Lethal Weapon, The Lost Boys and much more.
Black Mirror season 5 confirmed by Netflix, Luke Cage Season 2 gets a release date, Vin Diesel playing Bloodshot to kick off the Valiant Cinematic Universe, Jon Favreau writing and producing a Star Wars TV series for the Disney streaming service and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk Oscar winners, Luke Cage, Death Wish, Ash vs Evil Dead, Bloodshot, Disney streaming, Lost in Space and much more.
After his fantastic debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back and starring as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which finds the friendly neighborhood wallcrawler trying to prove himself to Tony Stark while balancing high school and tracking down a crew of arms dealers led by the vicious Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture.
After his scene stealing debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and facing off against the ruthless Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture (Michael Keaton) in next summer’s first MCU solo Spider-Man movie, Homecoming
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss why you should never attack Charles Bronson’s watermelons, the terrible new MacGyver, the wacky charm of The Saint, the casual vampire apocalypse of The Strain, Hot Wheels, Joe’s audition for The Lion King on Broadway and much more.
The Jungle Book continued to dominate at the box office as The Huntsman: Winter’s War failed compared to it’s predecessor with a 1/3 of what Snow White made it’s opening weekend.