#93 | A Tale of Two Conventions, Pt. 1: San Diego Comic-Con 2016 #SDCC

Following all of the important announcements in the worlds of film and TV at San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Brandon and Kareem discuss the biggest news from the convention, including the official casting announcements for Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther”, Brie Larson being cast as the lead in Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel”, the Justice Society of America and Legion of Doom being added to The CW’s “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”, Rihanna being cast as Marion Crane in A&E’s “Bates Motel”, and our thoughts and analyses of the various trailers that debuted at Comic-Con for “Suicide Squad”, “Wonder Woman”, “Justice League”, “Doctor Strange”, “The Flash” Season 3, “Luke Cage” Season 1, “Iron Fist” Season 1, and more.

We also review “Star Trek Beyond” and discuss Disney’s first Black animator (and who, exactly, that is), Michelle Obama & Missy Elliott’s “Carpool Karaoke” on “Late Night with James Corden”, and the troubling new information about Warner Bros’ “Batman: The Killing Joke” animated feature.


• 00:00:24 Intro/Comic-Con Film Announcements

• 00:31:36 Comic-Con TV Announcements

• 00:59:37 Star Trek Beyond Review/Current Releases Talk

• 01:09:39 Other Film News

• 01:25:36 Say Something Nice Challenge

• 01:45:18 RIP Garry Marshall/Outro



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