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Welcome to our episode for March 18, 2016!
This week we review The Boy and The Beast, Psycho-Pass: the Movie, and Mini A-Kon 9. There’s plenty of new trailers, Dylan O’Brien is injured on set, a Where’s Waldo movie is in the works, and The CW renews everything!
Then in Talk Nerdy to Me, the Escaflowne redub gets some cast announcements, a Ninja Turtles crossover on the horizon, and a new Voltron series is headed to Netflix, and much more.
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“My Geek Confessions – Watching Bad Movies, So You Don’t Have To!”
- There were lots of new trailers while we were gone. There’s Now You See Me 2, X-Men: Apocalypse, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and Captain America: Civil War. Make sure you wait until the very end of the Captain America: Civil War trailer to see the first appearance of Spider-man!
- SyFy is at it again and I have to admit this time I’m a little more receptive. From the same people who made “Sharknado” comes a new movie called “Dead 7.” This time members of N’Sync, Backstreet, O-Town, and 98 Degrees star in a western town being attacked by zombies. Joey Fatone looks like the town drunk but honestly looks to be the best part of the movie according to this trailer.
- The MCU continues to crossover into Ultimate Spider-man, this time it’s Fitz and Simmons from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. helping Spider-man and his friends develop new tech. We hope these cameos continue!
- A new crossover is taking place with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! This time the new 3D version is crossing over with the original 1980s cartoon and even has all the original voice actors from the original reprising their roles, including a very confused Rob Paulsen playing two different characters. (He’s really not confused but it’s fun to pretend he is since he’s playing on two different series in one here.)
Box Office Mojo for March 4 – 6, 2016
Box Office Mojo for March 11 – 13, 2016
In Theaters – March 11, 2016 – 10 Cloverfield Lane – The Brothers Grimsby
In Theaters – March 18, 2016 – Allegiant – Miracles from Heaven
New Releases for March 08, 2016 – Psycho-Pass 2, TV, and The Division
New Releases for March 15, 2016 – The Road Chip – Sisters
Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg Return for Indiana Jones 5 in Summer 2019
Netflix Picks Up ‘The Little Prince’ From Paramount
2016 Kids’ Choice Awards
The Maze Runner 3: Dylan O’Brien Seriously Injured on Set
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Could Be Making a Time-Traveling Where’s Waldo? Movie
Halle Berry Will Bring More Female Badassery to Kingsman 2
Justice League Will Be ‘Lighter’ in Tone Than Batman v Superman
Star Trek Beyond Is Reshooting and Adding an Entirely New Cast Member
Gotham Was Just Renewed for Season Three
Backstreet’s back … to kill zombies? The 7 most WTF moments from the ‘Dead 7’ trailer
The Tick Live-Action Show Is Returning, But it Will Lack One Important Element
Mike Colter Announces “Luke Cage” Premiere Date
Supernatural Is Getting a 12th Season Because Someone Made an Actual Deal With Lucifer
The CW renews EVERYTHING
ABC Pilot Spark Imagines an Alternate 2016 in Which Everything Is Steampunk
Jimmy Kimmel to Host 2016 Emmys
‘Pawn Stars’ Regular Austin ‘Chumlee’ Russell Arrested On Gun & Drug Charges
Talk Nerdy to Me
We Finally Know What’s Going to Be on That San Diego Comic-Con TV Channel
Holy Snozzberries Universal Studios Is Building Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory
Lloyd Alexander’s Utterly Brilliant Prydain Books Are Getting a Second Chance as Movies
Kevin Conroy & Mark Hamill star in Animated”Batman: The Killing Joke”
The Animated Ghostbusters Movie Has a Director and Is, Apparently, Happening
See Spider-Man Meet Agents of SHIELD’s Fitz and Simmons
The New Voltron Cartoon on Netflix Is Being Headed Up by Legend of Korra Alums
Nickelodeon’s ‘Ninja Turtles’ stages ’80s cast reunion for special episode
Digimon Adventure tri. Anime’s 3rd Film Opens on September 24
Amazon Signs Deal With Fuji TV to Exclusively Stream Noitamina Series
Funimation’s Escaflowne Dub Casts Aaron Dismuke as Van
Funimation’s Escaflowne Dub Casts Caitlin Glass as Hitomi