Oh My Geek! Podcast Episode 005 — Hashbrown Mission Impossible

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Hashbrown Mission Impossible?

What kind of title is that?

Listen to this week’s “live” podcast to find out because we’re throwing stuff out until it sticks on Twitter.

In case you need a primer on what we’re talking about, you’ve come to the right place. As usual, I’ll put up trailers and news articles here so you can build your own opinion of the various topics we discuss.

First, the Deadpool trailer. It’s a red-band trailer, so watch responsibly.

On to Star Wars, JJ Abrams got a question about Episode VII, and he said there will be no mention of those Midi-chlorians that rankled so many Star Wars fans when they were first mentioned in Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. Abrams has also disavowed the Phantom Trilogy and doesn’t consider them canon or worth mentioning.

Sony Pictures has a ton of release dates. Two more Bad Boys movies, another underworld, a Jumanji reboot, a sixth Resident Evil, and BARBIE?

Are you ready for Archie the musical? A Broadway show is in the works written by Adam McKay. So far, no news on cast or who’ll take up songwriting duties. If it’s something along the proposed Anchorman musical, this one could be worth taking a trip out to New York for.

Reviews for the new Fantastic Four movie are out, and they’re fantastically bad. We discuss our thoughts on what might have gone wrong.

For our podcast’s main topic, we all took a trip to the local movie theater to watch Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. We share our thoughts, opinions, and even more thoughts as we look forward to Spectre.

Keep checking the National Steinbeck Center’s Pop Cinema page for more announcements about upcoming screenings. The September movie will be Day of the Doctor. Bookmark the page for updates.

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