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THE FANBOY GARAGE: ‘Hammer is/isn’t Batman, Captain Marvel a Dud?, Doom Patrol and Unpacking the Short Film Catfight with Director Ariel Sinelnikoff and Actor Vanessa Bontea’

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On the 36th episode of The Fanboy Garage, hosts Aaron Virola and Chris Lisanti immediately kick things off by unpacking all of the scoops, rumors, and debunkings related to Armie Hammer potentially donning the Cape and Cowl of Batman

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From there, they discuss Captain Marvel and the idea that the film could be the MCU’s first official flop. In the conversation, they quickly talk about the first episode of Doom Patrol and unravel the many Star Wars characters rumored to be getting their own show on the Disney+ streaming service.

In the second half of the episode, Aaron and Chris welcome special guests director, Ariel Sinelnikoff and The Revengers co-host and actor, Vanessa Bontea.

They join the show to talk about Catfight, a short film set in a dystopian world where men gather in hordes to bet on women who have been dressed in degrading costumes, doped up on performance enhancing drugs, and are forced to fight to the death.

In the interview, Ariel and Vanessa share their influences and experiences making the film and more.

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