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EL FANBOY: “That BLADE RUNNER Threesome, Brolin For BATMAN, and The Future of MARVEL and DC!”

EL FANBOY: “That BLADE RUNNER Threesome, Brolin For BATMAN, and The Future of MARVEL and DC!”

There’s a lot to talk about this week, and El Fanboy host Mario-Francisco Robles covers it all. Whether it’s a spoiler discussion on one of BLADE RUNNER 2049’s most controversial scenes, Josh Brolin talking about being part of the X-Men Universe and the Marvel Universe (and why he SHOULD have been in the DC Universe), Karl Urban possibly reprising Dredd, Netflix dominating the world, and Harvey Weinstein’s indiscretions actually hurting JUSTICE LEAGUE…there’s a ton to talk about.

Along the way, he also touches on Box Office, new trailers for Marvel’s BLACK PANTHER, THE NEW MUTANTS, and STRANGER THINGS Season 2, while giving expanded takes on the futures of both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe thanks to recent comments from those involved.

While discussing where Marvel may go after AVENGERS 4, MFR thinks it’s very possible we could be heading down a path that loops back to something we reported on ages ago. Meanwhile, when it comes to the future of DC, he discusses the latest comments from Kevin Smith regarding where that world will go next and how we should all feel about that.

He also provides details for how you can participate in the official El Fanboy JUSTICE LEAGUE Watch Party on November 17, and see movie alongside himself and The Splash Report’s Editor-in-Chief (and founder of Latino-Review), Kellvin Chavez!

You can check out the 35th edition of the El Fanboy Podcast, titled “That BLADE RUNNER Threesome, Brolin For BATMAN, The Future of MARVEL and DC, More!” right here, or subscribe today on iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever premium podcasts are found:

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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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