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EL FANBOY: ‘Announcing Batfleck’s Future, Snyder Cut Status, Solo Thoughts, Reynolds Was Right, And So Was Thanos’

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On this week’s El Fanboy Podcast, host Mario-Francisco Robles sounds off on the big question he’s been seeing since last week’s big rumors about Ben Affleck’s future as Batman: “When will the studio finally address the status of Batfleck officially?

From there, he clues you in on the latest he’s heard about the status of the Snyder Cut of Justice League, and how it factors into DC Entertainment’s current plans under its new leadership. This leads into some chatter about how the company is handling its small-screen endeavors, whinch includes this week’s big ArrowverseDC Universe, and Gotham announcements.

There’s also some discussion about Solo, with regard to the early reviews, what he’s heard about the movie, and where his personal hype level is at for this new Star Wars Story.

MFR then turns his attention to Deadpool 2, and whether or not Ryan Reynolds got the last laugh after showing Tim Miller the door.

This week’s El Fanboy wraps things up with MFR’s revised thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War, now that he finally had a chance to see it for a second time. He picked up on some provocative, potentially controversial themes he noticed about the film’s script, as well as uncovering some more of what makes Thanos such a compelling character (and yes, it’s hard to call him a villain!)

You can check out the latest episode of the El Fanboy Podcast, called “Announcing Batfleck’s Future, Snyder Cut Status, Solo Thoughts, Reynolds Was Right, And So Was Thanos” right here:

Or, better yet, you can subscribe to the El Fanboy Podcast on Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Podbean, and where ever else premium podcasts are found!

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Mario-Francisco Robles

Editor-In-Chief and Co-Founder of Revenge of The Fans. Previously, he's written for Latino-Review, IGN, Moviehole, and The Splash Report. In late-2017, with the popularity of his solo endeavor (the El Fanboy Podcast) reaching an all-time high, he decided it was time to launch a proper site for his scoops and analysis. Welcome to RTF!

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