We have a Special Guest from The Films Exiles Podcast show, Mike Miller, and we talk about the controversial decision of Warner Bros. bringing in James Gunn to write Suicide Squad, and more….
- James Gunn possibly directing Suicide Squad 2
- Gavin O’Connor leaving Suicide Squad
- The Raid director not developing Deathstroke
- Ruby Rose and our first look at Batwoman
- Sam Benjamin discussing 20 – 30 minutes being cut from Justice League
- Plus More.
For more Episodes:
For Episodes from The Film Exiles:
If you would like to follow us:
We genuinely care about the topics and discussions involving DC and many other properties and attempt to adhere to etiquette, sometimes we just get passionate. Music for the Intro and Outro is composed by Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL ‘Ow, My Balls’ and the music during the show is assorted by the topics and discussions, arraigned by John. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest Episode.
Zack Snyder Reacts To Warner Bros. Marketing Joss Whedon’s Justice League In New Trailer
Zack Snyder Reveals Cut Green Lantern BTS Image; Signifies End Of Relationship With WB
Falcon And The Winter Soldier – Politics & Hollywood
‘Mortal Kombat’ Review: A Fun, Bloody Reboot for the Franchise
“Get Over Here!” The 6 Best Fights in Mortal Kombat (1995)
Review: ‘The Woman in the Window’ – A Muddled Mystery
After a delayed released and some re-shoots, The Woman in the Window is finally here, and well, it’s quite the...
‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’ Review – An Exciting Survivalist Thriller
Those Who Wish Me Dead is the latest contemporary western thriller from Taylor Sheridan (Wind River, Yellowstone) and stars Angelina Jolie.
Army Of The Dead Non-Spoiler Review
Soothsayer In September of 2019, I wrote a fake review about Army Of The Dead and what the nay-sayers would...
The Mission: Impossible Collection #4 Ghost Protocol
The Mission Impossible movie franchise is 25 years old this year, and as the seventh movie is delayed arriving next...
Review: “Stowaway” – A Very Grounded Space Film
When you think of space disaster films, you usually expect excitement, awe and suspense. But director Joe Penna’s latest offering...