Deeby’s away for his birthday, so Wumi and I took advantage of this to talk Nothin’ But Comics! You’ll probably hear the moment when I realise I don’t know as much about current comic arcs as I thought: //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5426940/height/90/width/640/theme/custom/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/b8bbb1/
We’re back! While we get back into the groove with our own film ideas, we decide to have a look at the actual remakes, reboots and adaptations coming out throughout the year.
This week Tam finally snaps, Deeby loves the Fast and Furious Film Franchise and Wumi’s secretly a Brony?
In this week’s episode, Tam adds two lesser-known superheroes to DC’s Cinematic Universe with an ‘Icon and Rocket’ solo film.
This week, Tam takes on the impossible: he attempts to pitch a good sequel to 2015’s Fantastic Four.
Wumi pitches a feature-length film for the animated show ‘The Boondocks’. Deeby talks about the N-word, Wumi tries not to mention it, and a third thing probably happens.
Tam digs into the Hollywood archives for this week’s pitch, bringing the real script that *almost* became 2008’s Justice League Mortal, directed by Mad Max’s George Miller.
With X-Men Apocalypse coming up, and a successful Deadpool movie already out, the gang all come up with ideas for the next series of films in the X-Men Cinematic Universe.
In this week’s episode, Tam pitches a long-awaited sequel to Sam Raimi’s ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy. Adeeb wants Spider-cleavage, Wumi talks 80s hair and the gang plot the perfect sendoff for Aunt May.