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EL FANBOY: “MFR Says Thor Ragna-Rocks In New Movie, And Talks What Got Cut From JUSTICE LEAGUE”

EL FANBOY: “MFR Says Thor Ragna-Rocks In New Movie, And Talks What Got Cut From JUSTICE LEAGUE”

It’s time for a special Fanboy Friday edition of the show, and it’s absolutely stacked. There’s a non-spoiler review for Marvel’s upcoming THOR: RAGNAROK, we’ve also got analysis on how JUSTICE LEAGUE‘s runtime dropped from 170 to 119 minutes, the announcement of a DEATHSTROKE movie, the latest from Vin Diesel about AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, and so much more.

MFR thinks very highly of THOR: RAGNAROK, but the film is not without its flaws. Listen to find out in which ways Waititi scores with Thor, and which ways he disappoints with Thor.

With the recent confirmation that JUSTICE LEAGUE won’t even make it to a runtime of two hours, many are wondering where the rest of the movie wound up. Our intrepid host reveals what exactly is believed to have been chopped off of the theatrical cut of Zack Snyder’s DC epic.

But beyond talking Thor and Justice League, this week there was also a ton of news to cover:

  • The Deathstroke Movie
  • The Retcon of Wonder Woman, confirmed by Gal Gadot
  • Justin Lin Returning To The FAST AND FURIOUS series
  • How Karen Page Ended Up In THE PUNISHER
  • How JUSTICE LEAGUE‘s box office may impact that staggering slate of 18 DC films that are currently in development
  • More

You can listen to the El Fanboy Podcast, Episode 36titled “RAGNAROK Review, What Was Cut From JUSTICE LEAGUE, And WAY More!” right here:

Don’t for get to subscribe to the El Fanboy Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and where ever premium podcasts are found! And stay tuned right here at The Splash Report for his full, written review of Thor: Ragnarok next week!

About The Author

Mario-Francisco Robles

MFR is a writer, columnist, critic, and podcast host. You can find more of his personal ramblings over at ElFanboy.com

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