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THE FANBOY GARAGE: ‘Can the MCU have an R-Rated film, Doom Patrol Stumbles, The Return of Batista, Captain Marvel Shakes the Hate and More


On this episode of The Fanboy Garage, hosts Aaron Virola and Chris Lisanti jump right in by unpacking some of the early word of mouth buzz rolling out around Captain Marvel.

Projected to have a $100+ million opening weekend, Captain Marvel looks to be another success for the MCU as it marches towards Avengers: End Game in April.

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From there, they discuss their thoughts on the Rated-R comic book movies and whether or not the MCU should have Rated-R films in its universe.

In the conversation, the fellas unravel the latest updates and news surrounding the Disney and 20th Century Fox merger and the implications it can have on the broader television landscape.

They quickly turn heel and discuss the return of Batista to the WWE and speculate on how long they expect to see the Guardians of the Galaxy actor after WrestleMania 35.

They even chat about how Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and the success he’s had post-his days as a WWE Superstar.

To close the show, the boys lightly discuss the results of the Academy Awards and give props to Black Panther for its win in the Original Score category before they talk a bit about Bohemian Rhapsody and the second episode of Doom Patrol.

In something near and dear to their hearts, Aaron and Chris are excited to announce a planning a Cancer Awareness Campaign with more details to come.

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Aaron Virola

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