This week we’re processing both the weekend performance of Thor: The Dark World
and Marvel Studio’s giant deal
with Netflix to talk about the future of Marvel comics, and how in the coming years pretty much everything Disney makes will all be linked together. We also dig into the new J.J. Abrams production that just so happens to be a book, wonder why the Hunger Games
marketing tie-ins seem to completely miss the point of the book, answer a listener voicemail about the future of movie fandom after video stores are gone, and pick the 1999 movies for which we want to see a completely unexpected sequel.
Click here to see a box of Hunger Games chocolates identical to the ones Katey received. They are, we must confirm, delicious.
Also, apologies for the audio quality on Patches’ end. Unavoidable technical difficulty that will not be repeated.
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00:00-00:56 Lightning Round
1:39 – 12:23 Dave’s tidbit: The J.J. Abrams- masterminded book S
12:42 -23:26 Katey’s tidbit: Why is Hunger Games marketing so insane?
23:41 – 32:20 Mini-segment: Blockbusted
32:44 – 48:54 Segment 3: The Future of Marvel?
49:31 – 52:15 Goodbye!
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This week’s music:
“Don’t Leave Me” by Blink-182
“F, U” by Miley Cyrus
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