Join your favorite podcast Mavel "Exiles" (Claire Lanay, Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) for the latest episode of The Grindhouse-airing this Saturday at 6pm ET. This week's topics are: as expectation for the WB's Wonder Woman grows, social media critiques a recent "womens only" viewing of the iconic feminist superhero flick; legendary Bond actor, Sir Roger Moore dies from cancer at the age of 89; our impressions of the third season finale of The Flash; thoughts on some fans desire to se a Poe-Finn shippiness in the rebooted Star Wars mythology; in the wake of director, Zack Snyder's family tragedy, it appears that colleague, Joss Whedon has taken the helm for the forthcoming Justice League film; we finally voice our opinions on Tom Hardy as Venom in Sony's Spiderverse (non MCU?) movie; and in more Sony Spiderverse Non-MCU news, a Black Cat/Silver Sable movie tentatively titled Silver & Black also appears to be greenlighted with noted director/screenwriter, Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball, Shots Fired) in the director's chair; the Resident Evil franchise is slated for a reboot-with six films planned (too early?); just what is the deal with actors playing double duty between roles in Sony/Fox/MCI films? (i.e. Rosario Dawson in Netflix Marvel films and potentially New Mutants film); more info on Universal's "Marvel-esque" crossover film project entitled the Dark Universe; TheMarySue.com highlighted a new Blasian centric Manga entitled, Love Love, Fighting just in time for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. And lastly, the inevitable happened-an armed attendee of a comic con (Phoenix) attempted to initiate a terroristic event. Call LIVE-646-915-9620.
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