Oct. 27, 2022

DC Making Moves


With the release of 'Black Adam' it looks like WBD and DC are making some power moves. Also, Ted Cruz got flipped off at a baseball game. Plus, did you know Zack Snyder had a plan for more Justice League movies?

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:05.200 --> 00:00:09.960 Why they take me thirty seconds to write about being a dead kid, but 2 00:00:10.039 --> 00:00:13.720 I can't write anything about my own child, you know what I mean. 3 00:00:14.199 --> 00:00:16.960 I'm also pretty sure i'm Gary Oldman, and I just don't know it because 4 00:00:16.960 --> 00:00:20.920 he's such a good app Gary old One doesn't even know who Gary does tequila 5 00:00:20.960 --> 00:00:26.000 those terrible things to me. M g K gets good cooking moms to be 6 00:00:26.039 --> 00:00:36.320 on the other side of I'm a father, I have never I have no 7 00:00:37.159 --> 00:00:42.840 reference to that. Oh did you see Twitter? You see the New York 8 00:00:42.880 --> 00:00:46.799 Yankee fans give it to take cruise. Yes, it was the greatest fucking 9 00:00:46.840 --> 00:00:52.399 thing. Hey Yankee fans hang and I was like, this is fucking the 10 00:00:52.479 --> 00:00:57.399 greatest thing ever. Motherfucking piece of ship. One of them was like, 11 00:00:57.880 --> 00:01:02.479 go back to canc cancer or whatever, and oh just flipping him off. 12 00:01:02.520 --> 00:01:06.400 Everybody's just smiling and waving because he knows he fucking has to. Ye see, 13 00:01:06.400 --> 00:01:08.400 I've seen so many videos of so many different angles of everybody just telling 14 00:01:08.480 --> 00:01:12.599 him to your fun himself. It's the greatest thing. For the first time 15 00:01:12.680 --> 00:01:15.159 ever, I'm rooting for the inche I know. That's why I'm like, 16 00:01:15.280 --> 00:01:22.040 God, damn, I saw that. I saw well, Um I don't 17 00:01:22.079 --> 00:01:25.719 know. I'm blanking honest, fucking name. The guy was on Will and 18 00:01:25.760 --> 00:01:32.359 Grace Um died in a car accident today, Um, old short gay guy, 19 00:01:33.040 --> 00:01:37.840 Leslie Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Jones. I think Jones Johnson Johnson, 20 00:01:38.120 --> 00:01:42.920 Um Jordan Leslie Jordan's um died in a car accident. Was that what it 21 00:01:42.000 --> 00:01:48.280 was, Jesus, Yeah, it's freak accident, not a bomber. He's 22 00:01:48.319 --> 00:01:52.480 funny. He's very fucking funny. Um. He was on because he was 23 00:01:52.519 --> 00:01:55.159 on a couple. If he was on this this short, very short lived 24 00:01:55.159 --> 00:01:57.840 sitcom with David Allen Career where they were all playing old people in an old 25 00:01:57.879 --> 00:02:00.640 folks home and he was just one of the people in the old folks on 26 00:02:00.879 --> 00:02:06.560 with it was it was really funny him just trying to like date as a 27 00:02:06.599 --> 00:02:09.680 gay old man and retirement home trying to find find someone to date was always 28 00:02:09.680 --> 00:02:15.919 funny. He was like dating these like like thirty year old dudes. That's 29 00:02:15.960 --> 00:02:22.479 funny. Yeah, Um, that's really funny. He's funny, dude. 30 00:02:22.639 --> 00:02:28.280 I just see the first trailer for aunt Man dropped today. Was good. 31 00:02:28.319 --> 00:02:30.919 I want to watch it. Yeah, watch it. Yeah, I'll tell 32 00:02:30.960 --> 00:02:37.759 you what I'm excited for this fucking movie. Now. I used to ask 33 00:02:37.800 --> 00:02:40.960 myself a lot of questions, Scott, you're at x con. How are 34 00:02:42.000 --> 00:02:46.560 you an avenger? That doesn't make sense? But everywhere I go people tell 35 00:02:46.639 --> 00:02:53.120 me the same thing. Thank you, squider Man. People still need help. 36 00:02:53.159 --> 00:03:00.080 That that's why we made this like a satellite for deep space Quanta. 37 00:03:00.599 --> 00:03:07.360 Wait, wait a minute, you're sending a signal down to the quantum realm. 38 00:03:07.400 --> 00:03:35.080 Turn it off? Now? Ye what the fun? Where army are 39 00:03:35.800 --> 00:03:44.479 gonna come down? Am I going to? I should have staid on the 40 00:03:44.560 --> 00:03:53.159 phone. I should have the secret universe beneath ours? Where are you so 41 00:03:53.199 --> 00:04:06.080 afraid of? There's something I never told you m this place. It isn't 42 00:04:06.120 --> 00:04:25.439 what you think. Yeah, I can guess you home and give you more 43 00:04:25.560 --> 00:04:40.920 time if you'd help me. So what's it going to be? A man? 44 00:04:51.600 --> 00:04:57.600 What the fuck? Bro? What the fuck? Does that look awesome? 45 00:04:57.680 --> 00:05:00.240 It looks amazing? Yeah, and the about like like because like you 46 00:05:00.240 --> 00:05:03.480 think about the first two ant Man movies, they're so small scale, like 47 00:05:03.519 --> 00:05:06.279 it's not a joke, like like there like the first one is a heist 48 00:05:06.920 --> 00:05:11.800 and the second one is just another heist. This is like big ship. 49 00:05:12.000 --> 00:05:15.639 I almost forget about the second one. Not much happens. I know, 50 00:05:15.720 --> 00:05:17.519 it's just it's been there, but it's and it's important, but it's like 51 00:05:17.839 --> 00:05:25.360 there's so much other stuff that's right shadowed that. Yeah. It's also because 52 00:05:25.360 --> 00:05:27.959 like I remember when the poster for the first one came out, the first 53 00:05:28.000 --> 00:05:30.279 aunt Man, it's just the logo and it's a white screen with this little 54 00:05:30.319 --> 00:05:32.839 black thought on it just says ant Man. I was like, that's fucking 55 00:05:32.839 --> 00:05:35.560 funny. And then ant Man in the Wasp is the same thing, but 56 00:05:35.560 --> 00:05:41.240 it's two little black. This one's like Kang holding ant Man in his sucking 57 00:05:41.279 --> 00:05:45.959 palm of his hand, and I'm like, damn, yeah, I still 58 00:05:46.040 --> 00:05:49.199 you know what the way that I still need watched Door. Yeah, well, 59 00:05:49.199 --> 00:05:51.160 I mean it's got nothing to do with this, but yeah, but 60 00:05:51.399 --> 00:05:58.160 Thor was good. Um, but this like this like just skyrocketed to like 61 00:05:58.680 --> 00:06:03.279 think of the things the next bad Guy, which is which I remember thinking, 62 00:06:03.279 --> 00:06:10.120 like they're going to introduce Kang in an ant Man sequel? How is 63 00:06:10.120 --> 00:06:14.560 this now we fucking know? But also Loki kind of helps with that too, 64 00:06:15.439 --> 00:06:17.399 which also I still can't believe this is the guy who's also in Creed 65 00:06:17.560 --> 00:06:25.240 three and it's just like nine different guy ins a jack and man it's fun. 66 00:06:27.360 --> 00:06:30.800 Um. But I wonder if this is the same Kang from Loki or 67 00:06:30.839 --> 00:06:35.560 if it's like another variant. That's actually a question because the way Loki ends, 68 00:06:36.319 --> 00:06:41.560 it's a little messy because suddenly nobody knows who he is and their statues 69 00:06:41.560 --> 00:06:45.600 of Kang everywhere. That's so I don't know. But yeah, I know, 70 00:06:45.680 --> 00:06:48.560 this just skyrockets so high to my most anticipated list, like doing wrong, 71 00:06:48.639 --> 00:06:51.319 like Black Panther still up there. But also I don't know it's coming 72 00:06:51.319 --> 00:06:55.680 out in February. I didn't realize it anither that's that's not the Panthers up 73 00:06:55.720 --> 00:06:59.439 here soon, isn't it in a couple of weeks? Yeah, God damn 74 00:06:59.480 --> 00:07:04.319 it. I know. I don't know if I'm ready. It's a lot. 75 00:07:04.600 --> 00:07:08.399 It's a lot, man, it is well, especially like this has 76 00:07:08.439 --> 00:07:12.120 been such a heavy year for like TV and series. There has been somebody, 77 00:07:12.439 --> 00:07:15.839 you know, Bully Season three, Sandman, The Orville House. The 78 00:07:15.920 --> 00:07:18.519 Dragon was just wrapped. I didn't finish it, but people said that Rings 79 00:07:18.519 --> 00:07:23.639 of Power fucking crushed and the lend the second half, so like even even 80 00:07:23.680 --> 00:07:26.399 she Huwlk, which I didn't like, but a lot of people did, 81 00:07:26.560 --> 00:07:30.000 like you know, and ors on right now, we had the obi Wan 82 00:07:30.120 --> 00:07:33.399 series too much. Just it's so much. It wasn't book a Boba Fett. 83 00:07:33.480 --> 00:07:36.759 Part of this was was part of this year too. I don't know, 84 00:07:36.800 --> 00:07:44.240 I can't keep track anymore, but yeah, it's so much and so 85 00:07:44.800 --> 00:07:46.439 also remember oh yeah, there's also movies coming out, because like, I 86 00:07:46.439 --> 00:07:49.639 watched a lot of movies this month. Most of them were pretty bad. 87 00:07:50.279 --> 00:07:56.360 Like you know, I watched the New the New Halloween. I didn't like 88 00:07:56.439 --> 00:07:58.839 it, The New hell Raiser, I didn't like it. Good Night Mommy 89 00:07:58.959 --> 00:08:01.720 didn't like it. Um hocus Pokes too was fine. If you like the 90 00:08:01.800 --> 00:08:05.519 Origin. We watched that, did you She liked it. I did laugh 91 00:08:05.519 --> 00:08:07.839 really hard at two parts. I laughed really hard at the face mask part. 92 00:08:09.360 --> 00:08:15.120 I thought that was scare. It was good the room, but I 93 00:08:15.199 --> 00:08:18.199 lost my ship. I was like, God, damn, that's so funny, 94 00:08:18.240 --> 00:08:20.639 especially when it comes in and cleans up the salt. Yeah, I 95 00:08:20.720 --> 00:08:22.560 was like, oh you gotta be. I was like, God, they 96 00:08:22.639 --> 00:08:26.519 made the rooms work. Yeah, that was like I lost my ship on 97 00:08:26.560 --> 00:08:30.079 that. Well. Also, like those three women, like no one else 98 00:08:30.120 --> 00:08:33.440 can do apparently, what's her face. Couldn't do the mouth on the one 99 00:08:33.480 --> 00:08:37.600 side. She's having a hard time doing it. It's tough, so she 100 00:08:37.679 --> 00:08:41.799 had to do it from the other side. That's why she switch sides like 101 00:08:41.799 --> 00:08:43.879 she's having such a hard time. I never even noticed though. Honestly, 102 00:08:45.080 --> 00:08:46.399 that's the first thing my wife noticed, and she and she's like, yeah, 103 00:08:46.399 --> 00:08:48.519 I remember reading about then. She couldn't do it from the one side 104 00:08:48.559 --> 00:08:52.320 anymore. It's just too hard for she had to go side. Well it's 105 00:08:52.320 --> 00:08:56.519 and also mean that movie was almost thirty years ago, so um, but 106 00:08:56.679 --> 00:08:58.039 I'm so like, if they didn't get the three of them back, there's 107 00:08:58.080 --> 00:09:01.799 no way that would work. Absolutely not, Like that's the reason you watch. 108 00:09:01.919 --> 00:09:05.639 I love the opening part where it's them as kids, and I was 109 00:09:05.720 --> 00:09:07.519 like, because the three girls they got to play young them. Oh, 110 00:09:07.600 --> 00:09:13.759 it's perfect, especially the one who was playing young bet Bett Miller was so 111 00:09:13.799 --> 00:09:18.240 good with the nose and the teeth and just the attitude. Well, that's 112 00:09:18.279 --> 00:09:20.080 the first thing that Melissa said. Melissa's like, man, shed that. 113 00:09:20.120 --> 00:09:22.200 I was like, yeah, she did really had that. That Like I'm 114 00:09:22.200 --> 00:09:26.759 not a fan of the original, but I was like, I remember it, 115 00:09:26.799 --> 00:09:28.519 and I was like, she fucking that girl always got that on. 116 00:09:30.159 --> 00:09:33.519 She studied that for real. They're saying that, They're saying that the sisters 117 00:09:33.519 --> 00:09:37.799 are like the most popular Halloween costume this year. That doesn't surprise me, 118 00:09:37.840 --> 00:09:39.639 No, no, not at all. I just don't want to see a 119 00:09:39.679 --> 00:09:41.080 sexy version of them, even though there's gonna be a sexy it's going to 120 00:09:41.120 --> 00:09:46.080 be because honestly, Sarah Jessica Parker's is already halfway to being that anyway. 121 00:09:46.200 --> 00:09:50.120 That's true. Um. I love also love that Hannah watting him gets a 122 00:09:50.200 --> 00:09:54.360 cambio with the fucking movie out of Nowhere. That's true. Yeah, I 123 00:09:54.360 --> 00:09:56.720 love that. 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I do think people should go watch 141 00:11:11.679 --> 00:11:16.279 it and decide for themselves though, because a lot of my friends really liked 142 00:11:16.320 --> 00:11:20.039 it, and like on Rotten Tomatoes it's got such a low critics score, 143 00:11:20.080 --> 00:11:24.000 but the audience scores like us. So yeah, it just it just didn't 144 00:11:24.000 --> 00:11:28.399 do anything for me. There was stuff in it I really liked, like 145 00:11:28.480 --> 00:11:35.000 Pierce Brasenn, Dr Fate and Hawkman. Carry the fucking movie Um, the 146 00:11:35.080 --> 00:11:39.200 thing we all assumed was going to happen happens, mostly because the Rock said 147 00:11:39.240 --> 00:11:41.720 it was going to happen and all these other news has come out from Warner 148 00:11:41.759 --> 00:11:45.320 Brothers that had to happen. Yeah, it was going to happen. Did 149 00:11:45.360 --> 00:11:48.759 you say they filmed that like two a month, like a month ago because 150 00:11:48.799 --> 00:11:52.279 they still hadn't fun that's what. Because everyone was wondering why wasn't he a 151 00:11:52.320 --> 00:11:56.279 comic con And I think part of it was they were trying to surprise people 152 00:11:56.320 --> 00:12:01.799 with that with the movie, but also they finalized all the contracts and ship. 153 00:12:01.840 --> 00:12:03.120 Yeah. So there's a version of that scene where he's just from the 154 00:12:03.159 --> 00:12:09.000 neck down alash zam. But I'm glad they made it work because it's it's 155 00:12:09.000 --> 00:12:11.960 a cool scene. It's a very cool scene. Doesn't make sense in the 156 00:12:11.960 --> 00:12:16.200 scheme of the movie, but it's a very cool scene. I guess it's 157 00:12:16.200 --> 00:12:18.840 just nice to have them back. Yeah, And that gets what a lot 158 00:12:18.840 --> 00:12:20.679 of it is. It's it's nice to just see that he is, in 159 00:12:20.759 --> 00:12:24.960 fact back. He posted a thing on like Twitter today or on Instagram like 160 00:12:24.120 --> 00:12:30.519 confirming that, like yeah, like it's it's happening. Because he got fucked 161 00:12:31.000 --> 00:12:33.879 he got foxed. The fucked everybody in that when the Snyder Verse they fucked 162 00:12:33.919 --> 00:12:37.679 everybody, And like, yeah, and I don't like how a lot of 163 00:12:37.720 --> 00:12:41.159 things have a lot of the choices that have been made by Warner Brothers in 164 00:12:41.240 --> 00:12:46.559 DC, especially this year. But if that's the one, and that's why 165 00:12:46.600 --> 00:12:48.200 I think, you know, when they were talking about how Black Adam is 166 00:12:48.200 --> 00:12:52.879 going to be the game changing I don't think they meant quality of the movie. 167 00:12:52.919 --> 00:12:56.200 I think because Henry cats back a Superman spoiler alert in case you haven't 168 00:12:56.240 --> 00:13:00.799 read a paper or been on the internet. Super a paper anymore, but 169 00:13:00.879 --> 00:13:05.519 on the internet in the last because again, he's all Dwayne Johnson has all 170 00:13:05.559 --> 00:13:07.320 but said it in every interview he's given anyway. And then and then the 171 00:13:07.360 --> 00:13:11.200 week before the movie comes out, they announced they were making Man of Steel 172 00:13:11.200 --> 00:13:13.879 too. I was like, Okay, so he's definitely in this thing. 173 00:13:13.879 --> 00:13:18.759 Um yeah, it's there's stuff about it that's cool. The movie itself is 174 00:13:18.799 --> 00:13:22.720 just weird to me. I'm trying to get out of the habit of saying 175 00:13:22.759 --> 00:13:26.399 something's good or bad and just saying whether or not I liked it. Um, 176 00:13:26.480 --> 00:13:31.480 but I didn't like it at all. I did watch finally turning red. 177 00:13:31.799 --> 00:13:35.000 It was it was cute. It was very cute. It was like 178 00:13:35.120 --> 00:13:37.279 I needed a palate cleanser because I've watched a lot of horror and a lot 179 00:13:37.320 --> 00:13:41.639 of action this month and the House of the Dragon. I need something that's 180 00:13:41.679 --> 00:13:45.320 just like clean. I gotta watch House of Dragon and I still know what 181 00:13:45.320 --> 00:13:48.639 I'm gonna. It's good. It's done old season. Everybody at work I 182 00:13:48.720 --> 00:13:50.879 was talking about it. I'm like, you, guys, like, I'm 183 00:13:50.879 --> 00:13:54.279 just gonna. I watched it this morning when I was at work, but 184 00:13:54.639 --> 00:13:58.639 um, yeah, it was good. But I'm starting to running. I 185 00:13:58.639 --> 00:14:00.879 am starting to like kind of run out of stuff to watch. But I'm 186 00:14:00.879 --> 00:14:03.799 almost okay with that. You have to force yourself through so much ship. 187 00:14:03.879 --> 00:14:07.679 Yeah, because and Ors still got like five episodes left that Tales of the 188 00:14:07.759 --> 00:14:13.879 Jedi thing drops this week, which looks well that that's also like it's not 189 00:14:13.919 --> 00:14:16.000 going to be like a week to week thing. And they're dropping all the 190 00:14:16.000 --> 00:14:20.240 episodes at once, and they're all shorts. They're like ten fifteen minutes a 191 00:14:20.240 --> 00:14:22.639 piece. I think it's just a it's just a quick burn. It's mostly 192 00:14:22.679 --> 00:14:26.559 it's mostly a kids thing because they're bringing back like the old voice cash from 193 00:14:26.600 --> 00:14:31.480 the other cartoons and stuff. So I'm gonna power through that like in an 194 00:14:31.480 --> 00:14:35.440 Afternoon or something because it drops Wednesday morning, the same day as and Or, 195 00:14:35.519 --> 00:14:39.159 which is weird well and wors for the parents. That's Adult Star Wars 196 00:14:41.879 --> 00:14:43.879 because she hawks half hour right, yeah, oh yeah, none of them 197 00:14:43.879 --> 00:14:48.759 are over like thirty minutes. Miss Marvel's half hour also those go between thirty 198 00:14:48.759 --> 00:14:52.799 and forty. But yeah, they're both like six episodes or something. She 199 00:14:52.919 --> 00:14:56.320 yolks nine. She yolks nine, but yeah, Miss Marvel six. She 200 00:14:56.320 --> 00:15:00.600 shouldn't be too and and like Miss Marvel like there a, they're short, 201 00:15:00.759 --> 00:15:03.360 but they also just flow really quick, so it's an easy binge. So 202 00:15:03.399 --> 00:15:05.919 that's when I wanted to I'm still a better call Salt, man, I 203 00:15:05.960 --> 00:15:09.639 know, but better call salt by all accounts, I haven't seen it yet. 204 00:15:09.759 --> 00:15:13.840 Is yeah amazing as much as scene, I was just like, how 205 00:15:13.840 --> 00:15:20.080 did Michael McKean is it? Michael McKean not nominated for this, because I 206 00:15:20.120 --> 00:15:24.240 was like, what the fuck? I am really curious to see what the 207 00:15:24.279 --> 00:15:30.919 Emmy slate is gonna look like for this year's because between between Anthony starr In 208 00:15:31.360 --> 00:15:37.360 in the Boys Season three as Homelander, Um Patty cons and I Who's in 209 00:15:37.399 --> 00:15:39.559 the House of the Dragon this year? And a couple other shows. I'm 210 00:15:39.600 --> 00:15:43.840 like, who the fuck is getting nominated for what this year? Because good 211 00:15:43.879 --> 00:15:48.200 god, it's a lot. I suddenly watched The Boys. That's right, 212 00:15:48.240 --> 00:15:52.320 you're you you've only ever seen like what season one? When I've seen like 213 00:15:52.320 --> 00:15:54.759 a couple episodes of season one, But I like watched so much on YouTube. 214 00:15:56.039 --> 00:16:00.559 They know everything. There's a moment in season three the guy who plays 215 00:16:00.600 --> 00:16:04.840 Homelander. I was just like, get this man his Emmy right now. 216 00:16:06.519 --> 00:16:10.600 It's a it's a great scene. Yeah, it's it's I'm really curious with 217 00:16:10.679 --> 00:16:12.600 the Emmies a little like next year because just there's been so much great TV 218 00:16:12.720 --> 00:16:17.440 this year, so much. I can't even keep dragon it whyever, it's 219 00:16:17.440 --> 00:16:22.080 because of COVID. Great TV came from COVID like a lot more, probably 220 00:16:22.120 --> 00:16:26.480 because TV shows, especially for the for the long form streaming stuff, been 221 00:16:26.759 --> 00:16:32.720 production forever and so they finally get released. They staggered the releases of them. 222 00:16:32.759 --> 00:16:34.840 And yeah, with COVID, it was like people need to watch stuff, 223 00:16:34.879 --> 00:16:37.600 Let's just start putting the ship out. What do you think? Do 224 00:16:37.639 --> 00:16:41.320 you think it. What's better a great movie or a great TV show? 225 00:16:41.360 --> 00:16:47.320 Oh shit, that's that's a tough one because like, to me, well, 226 00:16:47.360 --> 00:16:48.879 I'll tell up like this. To me, a great TV show, 227 00:16:49.639 --> 00:16:53.600 every episode should feel like a great short film. That is how I look 228 00:16:53.639 --> 00:16:56.240 at it. That's how I like. That's why I like Sandman so much. 229 00:16:56.320 --> 00:17:00.080 Every episode like it's a slow burned show, but every episode felt like 230 00:17:00.679 --> 00:17:06.519 a really great short movie. Same with like The Boys, or or even 231 00:17:06.559 --> 00:17:11.519 if you go back to like going back to Breaking Bad every episode. If 232 00:17:11.559 --> 00:17:15.759 you give a TV show the same amount of care that you do a movie, 233 00:17:17.319 --> 00:17:19.839 you're gonna have a great show. Because a lot of times movies get 234 00:17:19.880 --> 00:17:25.359 treated like they're the higher art form than TV because they're more buzz, more 235 00:17:25.400 --> 00:17:27.240 budget, there's more talent, there's a lot more work put into them. 236 00:17:27.960 --> 00:17:32.599 TV shows are seencasts kind of cheap, but nowadays they're so interchangeable. It's 237 00:17:32.640 --> 00:17:36.079 like now you have a Yellowstone and like, yeah, Tulsa, which is 238 00:17:36.119 --> 00:17:38.680 Servest Sloan's thing. Yeah. So it's like you have all these big name 239 00:17:38.720 --> 00:17:45.880 actors that are going over Game of Thrones, and a lot of big actors 240 00:17:45.920 --> 00:17:51.759 have started doing TV again because a it's it's steady work, it's and there's 241 00:17:51.759 --> 00:17:56.319 just more interesting things I think happening in TV than in movies right now. 242 00:17:56.880 --> 00:18:00.000 And the most interesting movies tend to be some of the more like independent one. 243 00:18:00.240 --> 00:18:04.119 But also you look at like like Bill Murray is gonna be in this 244 00:18:04.160 --> 00:18:07.039 fucking ant Man movie, which the first moment I saw that, all I 245 00:18:07.079 --> 00:18:11.240 could think of was Woody Harrelson and Zombi Land. It's Bill fucking Murray. 246 00:18:11.960 --> 00:18:19.440 But you're seeing Oscar winning actors going to do the superhero movies because they're putting 247 00:18:19.440 --> 00:18:23.519 out great scripts. And so I think I think it just kind of depends 248 00:18:23.559 --> 00:18:27.039 on, like with any movie, your TV shows, So what are you 249 00:18:27.039 --> 00:18:30.559 looking to get out of it? Are you looking to have fun? Are 250 00:18:30.559 --> 00:18:37.440 you looking to like have an exploration? Mainstream or whatever you call main TV? 251 00:18:37.920 --> 00:18:41.720 The Baby, the Fox, the CB, network TV. The TV 252 00:18:41.759 --> 00:18:44.880 shows aren't that great. Network TV for the most part. Network TV is 253 00:18:44.880 --> 00:18:49.039 pretty terrible, horrible because it's it's made for They get minimal budgets there on 254 00:18:51.079 --> 00:18:53.920 fast track time because they're because they're just looking to just crank something out. 255 00:18:53.960 --> 00:18:57.720 They just need something to fill airtime because they've got to be on the air 256 00:18:57.759 --> 00:19:03.400 they've got to show something, whereas opposed to like a streaming series, they 257 00:19:03.400 --> 00:19:07.400 can put it out whenever the funk they want. They're not beholden. It's 258 00:19:07.440 --> 00:19:11.920 all on demand. They're not beholding to anything sathing with movies. Like movies, 259 00:19:11.480 --> 00:19:14.920 they've got to come out at a certain time. If they get released 260 00:19:14.920 --> 00:19:19.480 in the wrong monk, they might not do as well. And I just 261 00:19:19.519 --> 00:19:23.599 hold this whole binging versus like, I don't know, like I love the 262 00:19:23.599 --> 00:19:27.160 binge watch literally that's my thing, as I love doing nuts because you can 263 00:19:27.200 --> 00:19:30.160 catch up. It's like, that's the thing. Is like I thought about 264 00:19:30.200 --> 00:19:33.079 what's better a better TV show or a better movie, Like what's great? 265 00:19:33.119 --> 00:19:38.599 What's better great movie or a great TV show? And it's just like it's 266 00:19:38.599 --> 00:19:41.319 hard. It's hard to I think it kind of depends on my mood. 267 00:19:41.960 --> 00:19:45.440 But also one thing I've noticed because like Disney Plus did this and in Amazon 268 00:19:45.519 --> 00:19:52.559 Prime did this as well, which is even stuff that was streaming only it 269 00:19:52.680 --> 00:19:55.880 was only one episode a week, And at first you're like, I kind 270 00:19:55.880 --> 00:19:59.839 of want to binge the whole thing, but at the same time, they're 271 00:20:00.000 --> 00:20:04.000 giving people a week to talk about the show. Then a new episode drops 272 00:20:04.039 --> 00:20:07.400 and they're talking about it another week, as opposed to you put the whole 273 00:20:07.440 --> 00:20:11.359 show out at once, people talk about it for two three weeks and they 274 00:20:11.359 --> 00:20:15.880 move on to the next show. So Stranger Things, Yeah, exactly, 275 00:20:15.880 --> 00:20:18.599 people talk about Stranger Things for like a month after it gets released, and 276 00:20:18.640 --> 00:20:22.559 then they move the funk on. Almost That was season four. How do 277 00:20:22.559 --> 00:20:26.400 you like it? I love it? Season four is incredible. I know 278 00:20:26.599 --> 00:20:29.400 I'm still waiting for him to tell me how the hell Matthew Bodine's back, 279 00:20:29.559 --> 00:20:38.079 But it's fucking like it is amazing season season where at I'm an Episode four, 280 00:20:40.559 --> 00:20:42.680 So she just for the first time got her powers back. She's trying 281 00:20:42.720 --> 00:20:47.880 to escape and she marks those guards, but then she can't do it again. 282 00:20:48.640 --> 00:20:52.079 So yeah, it's such a great And then and and it's because like 283 00:20:52.160 --> 00:20:56.000 she's like going back, like reliving her past and ship. It's so it's 284 00:20:56.079 --> 00:21:00.000 so good. And also the fact that they were able to c g I, 285 00:21:00.240 --> 00:21:04.160 Mini Milli Baby Bobby Brown and it doesn't look weird. It doesn't it 286 00:21:04.200 --> 00:21:07.599 doesn't look weird. I don't know how they did it. I don't know 287 00:21:07.720 --> 00:21:10.160 how you did it, but you did it. It looks very good, 288 00:21:10.400 --> 00:21:15.160 very good, and everything with Hopper in the in the prison is so is 289 00:21:15.200 --> 00:21:19.200 so good. It's season four Stranger Things. I get the hype now Vecna 290 00:21:19.400 --> 00:21:26.440 is terrifying. And that moment with Max with that fucking song playing at the 291 00:21:26.480 --> 00:21:30.880 cemetery that gave me a fucking heart attack. But I get it now. 292 00:21:30.359 --> 00:21:37.759 She made so much money. Um oh yeah, the yeah her, she 293 00:21:37.839 --> 00:21:41.640 owned the rights to it. That happened with a lot every every every song 294 00:21:41.720 --> 00:21:45.319 that gets featured in Stranger Things, like they always talk about like the next 295 00:21:45.440 --> 00:21:48.279 like like, yeah, they're not with Metallica. Master Puppets was like number 296 00:21:48.359 --> 00:21:51.519 one on Spotify. You haven't got to that. I haven't got of that 297 00:21:51.519 --> 00:21:52.279 scene, and I know it's coming out. I can't wait to get to 298 00:21:52.319 --> 00:21:56.480 it. Because also, I fucking love Eddie, but I know he doesn't 299 00:21:56.480 --> 00:22:00.400 make it out of the season and that breaks my heart because Eddie me, 300 00:22:00.000 --> 00:22:04.160 it's so good. So yeah, no, it's a great it's it's it's 301 00:22:04.240 --> 00:22:08.079 I get I get white people like they was so satisfying watching a Levit hit 302 00:22:08.119 --> 00:22:11.240 that bitch in the face of the roller skate, Oh my god, God 303 00:22:11.319 --> 00:22:15.359 about that was the most satisfying ship because I had seen people talking about it. 304 00:22:15.519 --> 00:22:18.240 I didn't realize it happened like two episodes into the season. I thought 305 00:22:18.240 --> 00:22:22.359 that came later. I was like, Oh, she fucked her up. 306 00:22:22.680 --> 00:22:26.480 It was like I think I put on Twitter. I never thought I would 307 00:22:26.480 --> 00:22:29.519 find a teenage girl hitting another one of the face of the roller skates so 308 00:22:29.559 --> 00:22:36.680 satisfying. Now you can rep the Basement Lounge out in public by checking out 309 00:22:36.720 --> 00:22:40.920 some of the merch that we have available on our website. 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They even got the fucking 318 00:23:15.000 --> 00:23:18.839 Jerry curl in his hair from the from the from the nineties when he had 319 00:23:18.880 --> 00:23:22.039 that spit curl for a little while in the comic books, I mean, 320 00:23:22.079 --> 00:23:26.599 it's just to see what they're gonna do with that me too, because because 321 00:23:26.640 --> 00:23:30.119 they've been avoiding it for so long, how are you gonna reboot? Like 322 00:23:30.240 --> 00:23:33.079 it's not a reboot, it's reintroduced, yeah, because like what do you 323 00:23:33.079 --> 00:23:37.440 don't have anything set up for him? All you set up for him? 324 00:23:37.480 --> 00:23:41.960 And Man of Steel was Justice League in b VS, so you know, 325 00:23:41.119 --> 00:23:45.519 and then Justice League's over and then they scrapped because they're supposed to fight dark 326 00:23:45.559 --> 00:23:48.759 Side at one point, weren't they That was supposed to be Zack Snyder already, 327 00:23:48.759 --> 00:23:52.240 because like Zack Snyder, because they released like animated, they animated some 328 00:23:52.279 --> 00:23:55.160 of his storyboards and like, yeah, he was. He was going to 329 00:23:55.240 --> 00:23:59.200 do Justice League two and three, and the endgame for that was like Justice 330 00:23:59.279 --> 00:24:03.279 League two was going to be like basically them fighting dark Side and they lose. 331 00:24:03.319 --> 00:24:10.720 And in Justice League three was the apocalyptic future that we kept seeing and 332 00:24:10.759 --> 00:24:12.559 then trying to undo it. And I'm like, that's fucking amazing, And 333 00:24:12.599 --> 00:24:18.279 that's where that's where, that's where that's scene in BBS when the Flash goes 334 00:24:18.279 --> 00:24:21.960 back in time and talks to Bruce. That's what all that was leading up 335 00:24:22.000 --> 00:24:29.400 to. I know, right, it makes you sad, It makes you 336 00:24:29.559 --> 00:24:36.480 how good that would have been. Days totally fucked that entired fuck uh Warner 337 00:24:36.599 --> 00:24:41.440 Cuts, that's what their names, because that Warner Cuts is a bush, 338 00:24:41.440 --> 00:24:47.000 you bullshit, that is a name. When the Snyder cut came out and 339 00:24:47.119 --> 00:24:52.160 fucking crushed, all of that came out because they were like, I am 340 00:24:52.359 --> 00:25:03.000 so because Justice League was so bad. I never watched the original because everybody 341 00:25:03.039 --> 00:25:04.640 told me not to watch it, and I watched the Snyder cust like this 342 00:25:04.720 --> 00:25:08.839 is great, and then they hear how he had it fit, you fucking 343 00:25:10.759 --> 00:25:15.559 cunts, you pieces of shit. I don't think all hope is lost. 344 00:25:15.599 --> 00:25:21.960 I hope Ezra Miller comes into all your mouths and doesn't say I'm sorry because 345 00:25:22.000 --> 00:25:25.359 he thinks he's God. I don't think all hope is lost, though, 346 00:25:25.599 --> 00:25:30.880 because all the ship they've done that I haven't liked. It seems like they're 347 00:25:30.880 --> 00:25:34.359 trying to get back to that, bringing Henry Cavill, but when I go 348 00:25:34.440 --> 00:25:41.119 home, I punched my wife. But also like for Wonders, but also 349 00:25:41.200 --> 00:25:45.440 like them bringing back in Ben Affleck to go reshoot all these scenes that they 350 00:25:45.440 --> 00:25:48.839 were going to replace him with Michael Keaton, and it's like I think they're 351 00:25:48.839 --> 00:25:52.960 trying to get back to that because even when when the when the big merger 352 00:25:52.039 --> 00:25:56.759 first happened, they said, we want to focus our d C stuff on 353 00:25:56.000 --> 00:26:02.519 things that we consider if uh like effective whatever the word was, and they 354 00:26:02.559 --> 00:26:07.440 included the Snyder cut and BBS in those So so what Zack Seyer said he 355 00:26:07.480 --> 00:26:12.400 never do it again? Did he? I don't think you said never manage? 356 00:26:12.480 --> 00:26:18.079 But also that was back under the old management. God what what fucking 357 00:26:18.200 --> 00:26:22.440 idiots? Yeah, hysterical right now. Well, because Dayne Dwayne Johnson even 358 00:26:22.480 --> 00:26:26.079 said, like before Black Adam came out, he's like the old management of 359 00:26:26.240 --> 00:26:30.599 Warner Brothers straight up said they did not want to bring they had no plans 360 00:26:30.599 --> 00:26:33.480 and that was part of their things he was fighting for with Black Adam was 361 00:26:33.559 --> 00:26:37.119 to get the Superman scene. He's like Superman and Black Adam have to fight, 362 00:26:37.200 --> 00:26:41.119 like he has to fight Shazam too, but like him and Superman have 363 00:26:41.200 --> 00:26:45.400 got just as big a rivalry. And that was a part that was part 364 00:26:45.440 --> 00:26:48.279 of the reason why this movie was stuck in development hell for a while, 365 00:26:48.319 --> 00:26:52.079 because I remember The Rock was also the producer on this movie. It's because 366 00:26:52.079 --> 00:26:56.000 Warner Bus was like, no, we don't have any interest in moving forward 367 00:26:56.000 --> 00:27:03.160 with more Henry Cavill Superman, and he was like that's bullshit, And I 368 00:27:03.200 --> 00:27:07.319 love that he was just trashing them in these interviews leading up to the movie, 369 00:27:07.400 --> 00:27:10.759 like like, no, old management can fucking suck a dick. Basically, 370 00:27:11.240 --> 00:27:12.400 I said, I didn't watch any of that stuff. They yeah, 371 00:27:12.519 --> 00:27:15.319 he was like, he was like, you said everything. He was talking 372 00:27:15.319 --> 00:27:17.480 to Hollywood reporter. He's like, yeah, they pretty much said like, 373 00:27:17.480 --> 00:27:19.559 no, we have no interest in Morsuperman, which is the dumbest thing you 374 00:27:19.599 --> 00:27:25.119 could say, as as the head of the DC Film Division, Like Okay, 375 00:27:25.400 --> 00:27:29.039 you're taking like your what would you could see him the your second best, 376 00:27:29.039 --> 00:27:33.279 your best? He's he's up to him and Batman tied for number one. 377 00:27:33.519 --> 00:27:36.519 Those are pretty much the only two comic books they really keep in regular 378 00:27:36.559 --> 00:27:40.559 production are Batman and Superman. Titles and we want to stop one. We're 379 00:27:40.559 --> 00:27:42.839 gonna stop that, yeah, because they were going to basically replace him with 380 00:27:42.880 --> 00:27:48.359 Supergirl with the flash was they were going to have it be where she was 381 00:27:48.440 --> 00:27:52.400 the super person, not Superman. It was gonna get refit because her because 382 00:27:52.440 --> 00:27:56.200 they've also asked her a movie, but it was nowhere near in production. 383 00:27:56.279 --> 00:27:59.799 It was just on their list ones they were going to make, and they're 384 00:27:59.799 --> 00:28:03.119 like, they're going back to square one, They're going back to what they 385 00:28:03.160 --> 00:28:07.200 felt was the strong because because I know what, the movies were divisive, 386 00:28:07.240 --> 00:28:11.319 but it had a strong beginning because even though there were people who did not 387 00:28:11.400 --> 00:28:14.160 like BBS, they at least admitted like, like, at least it kept 388 00:28:14.640 --> 00:28:18.559 with everything else. Everything else has been such a hot fucking mess, like 389 00:28:18.359 --> 00:28:23.240 the fact that this Black Adam was borderline raided r and he's the antithesis of 390 00:28:23.400 --> 00:28:26.880 Shazam, which was basically a kid's movie, a good kids movie, but 391 00:28:26.960 --> 00:28:34.839 basically a kid's movie. Like that's all over the place. Yeah, I 392 00:28:34.920 --> 00:28:38.279 know it's Warner Rose is a fucking mess, man. It's a fucking mess 393 00:28:38.279 --> 00:28:42.599 over there. And also Walter Hamada just resigned, which he was the head 394 00:28:42.640 --> 00:28:45.960 of their film division. He wasn't there Kevin Figy, but he was like 395 00:28:47.000 --> 00:28:49.839 whoever Kevin Fike's boss is basically, and people have been asking for him to 396 00:28:49.920 --> 00:28:52.559 leave forever because he was part of the problem with all this ship going on 397 00:28:52.559 --> 00:28:56.200 with John Sweden during the first Justice League, like Race Fisher, the guy 398 00:28:56.200 --> 00:28:59.920 who played Cyborg, has been calling for him to get his ass run out 399 00:29:00.039 --> 00:29:03.480 a long time, so they haven't they have a nas Is replacing him yet, 400 00:29:03.519 --> 00:29:07.039 but it's like, not funk that guy, he can go. Well, 401 00:29:07.319 --> 00:29:11.079 it sounds like they want to bring Snyder verse. Yeah, why not, 402 00:29:11.119 --> 00:29:14.599 you can get him on board. Yeah, that's that's one of those 403 00:29:14.640 --> 00:29:17.799 like you know, for me once you know, Shamon, shame on you 404 00:29:17.839 --> 00:29:19.240 wull me ty Shamon. Maybe it is. I don't know, they bring 405 00:29:19.240 --> 00:29:22.759 back Karen Cavill. I mean maybe it is there. Well, and I 406 00:29:22.799 --> 00:29:26.599 will say the action in Black Adam is very good. It's very Zack Snyder. 407 00:29:27.599 --> 00:29:33.440 Like there's stuff in there that reminds me of BBS Justice League even three 408 00:29:33.559 --> 00:29:36.960 hundred, Like there was like he had some type of role in it. 409 00:29:37.000 --> 00:29:40.680 That's secret. Probably it's kept secret, yeah, because I haven't seen anything 410 00:29:40.680 --> 00:29:45.960 anywhere. He wasn't listed as a producer or anything. So either they're going 411 00:29:45.079 --> 00:29:51.200 with that style that he kind of started everything with, or he's he's chiming 412 00:29:51.200 --> 00:29:55.119 in behind the scenes, because you can tell, like when you see it, 413 00:29:55.160 --> 00:29:56.960 you've watched like, oh yeah, no, this is right in line 414 00:29:57.000 --> 00:30:02.279 with like I know talking about and it's really hard to be like that's not 415 00:30:02.359 --> 00:30:06.799 Zack Snyder. It's it's Zack Snyder's a very visual director. Specifically, it's 416 00:30:06.839 --> 00:30:11.160 his style of slow motion action because Black Adam, like Shazam, is super 417 00:30:11.200 --> 00:30:15.640 fast. So there's a lot of action scenes in this movie that happened at 418 00:30:15.880 --> 00:30:19.359 very slow similar to like with the Flash or like Quicksilver in the X Men 419 00:30:19.400 --> 00:30:26.319 movies, so you can actually see the things he's doing. It's very Zack 420 00:30:26.359 --> 00:30:30.359 Snyder. There's there's straight up a moment that looks like they literally were paying 421 00:30:30.359 --> 00:30:34.319 homage to three hundred. I'm like, that is straight out of three something 422 00:30:34.359 --> 00:30:38.200 new behind the scenes or they're like, listen, we love you and just 423 00:30:38.240 --> 00:30:44.160 see what we did. We'll blow you will blow you blow, We'll suck 424 00:30:44.200 --> 00:30:48.799 your dick, and you can call us a cut right on the ball stroke 425 00:30:48.880 --> 00:30:55.039 the shaft, just come back, zackly it's baby come back, helping the 426 00:30:55.079 --> 00:31:02.039 bolting the box outside the way. That's dark side. Oh man, I 427 00:31:02.079 --> 00:31:03.160 think I might watch Slider. I think you might watch the Slider cut again. 428 00:31:03.359 --> 00:31:07.359 That's the thing is like it's a four hour movie and I'm like, 429 00:31:07.359 --> 00:31:10.000 I can watch it again. Here's the thing about that movie, though, 430 00:31:10.039 --> 00:31:14.559 It's like, like, how like to think that they weren't going to finish 431 00:31:14.559 --> 00:31:18.200 it, even though like it ends basically Seeing Dark Side, you were never 432 00:31:18.240 --> 00:31:22.000 going to finish that, were you? What the fun? What a what 433 00:31:22.119 --> 00:33:28.400 a cliffhanger to end on, like it's like, who shot Jr.