On this episode: * Ray Fisher Calls Whedon, Johns and Berg Out * Lots of People Back Ray Up * Zack Snyder Answers Justice League Questions on Vero! *HBO Max Has Replaced Theatrical BvS with Ultimate Edition *Henry Cavill Talks Crazy Rumors *The Batman to Have HBO Max Compansion Series About Gotham PD * Is There an Amazon Animated Series on the Horizon? *Avengers: Endgame Theoretical Physicist Consultant Working on The Flash *Batman Forever: The Ultimate Edition? *Ask Questions for Fandome! *Javicia Leslie Cast as New Batwoman *Stargirl Renewed for Season 2 on CW *Doom Patrol Has a Lost Episode? *Harley Quinn Coming to HBO Max *Neil Gaiman Talks Sandman for Audible and Netflix *Lucifer Season 5 Trailer *Listener Questions
With rumors rampant that Ryan Reynolds will return as the Emerald Knight in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Jason and I sat down and rewatched Reynolds’ original 2011 adventure, reviewed it, then discussed studio shenanigans and a version of the script that wasn’t shot!
Keaton Vs. Flashpoint Batman: Which do you prefer? Ryan Reynolds’ Green Lantern seems to be hot on everyone’s feeds these days! Is there something going on that we don’t know? We also have every DC Film coming to HBO Max in July, plus Lucifer officially has a 6th and final season at Netflix!
Jason bids a fond farewell to a room that saw countless hours of Batman played and heard thousands of hours of podcasting for years before we ever hit “record.” At the beginning of DC on SCREEN, there was East Forest. No matter where we go, how many more episodes of this podcast there are, or who we might become, a piece of that place comes with us.
Before starting our 600th episode, we had quite the fun little conversation with Scott of DC Films Squadcast, Effie Ophelders of Stealing the Remote and Chris Balga of World’s Finest True Believers! Among the topics of conversation:
– Editing practices of fine podcasts
– Weezer is NOT the Beatles
– Legends of Tomorrow: Accepting the insanity
– Keeping up with the post-Crisis Arrowverse
– What nearly broke DC on SCREEN.
– DC Universe needs to go international already
– The walkie-talkies that invaded the house in E.T.
– Scott’s intimidating Goodreads notifications
– Doomsday Clock and the tin-foil hat theory surrounding the delays
In THIS episode of Breaking Bond, we’ll be talking about 1967’s You Only Live Twice
Sean Connery as James Bond
Akiko Wakabayashi as Aki,
Tetsurō Tanba as Tiger Tanaka
Mie Hama as Kissy Suzuki
Donald Pleasence as Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Directed by Lewis Gilbert
Screenplay byRoald Dahl
So is film racist or is it one of the first accurate and positive representations of Japenese culture in popular film? Is it both? We’re welcoming our guest, Japanese culture expert and 5-year Japan resident Christianna Traynor to discuss these topics and more! We’re getting into the plot, the quotes (both favorite and most horrendous), talking our favorites scenes, and of course, some good old-fashioned trivia!