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THE FANBOY: ‘Why The WB Deserves Credit, The Flash, Batman, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Dark Phoenix, Way More!’


On this week’s episode of The Fanboy Podcast, host Mario-Francisco Robles opens up by doing something few seem willing to do these last few years: Give Warner Bros credit for the way they’ve handled their biggest IPs. You’ll want to hear why MFR thinks they’ve attempted to be at the cutting edge of blockbuster filmmaking, and why that needs to be celebrated (even if the current pop culture landscape is teaching them an important lesson right now).

From there, he dives into the latest updates and rumors on projects like The Flash, The Batman, and The Suicide Squad.

This brings him into a rant on James Gunn’s firing by Disney, and the way the Mouse House will live to regret that knee-jerk reaction, and this gives way to chatter about Fox, Marvel, and the X-Men. Why? Because we got a new Dark Phoenix trailer this week and MFR has lots to say about the entire way people are approaching this film right now.

Here’s the international version he says he wishes they would’ve released domestically because it’s a much more complete trailer:

He then touches on the possibility of J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot shingle becoming exclusive to Warner Bros., and what he’d kill to see come of that.

Hint: Look to the sky.

You can listen to Episode 89 of The Fanboy Podcast, titled “Why The WB Deserves Credit, The Flash, Batman, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Dark Phoenix, Way More!” right here:

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