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Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is on Digital April 18 and 4K, Blu-ray & DVD May 16

  Super Heroes Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) return to continue their adventures as Ant-Man and The Wasp. Together, with Hope’s parents Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), and Scott’s daughter Cassie Lang (Kathryn Newton), the family finds themselves exploring the Quantum Realm, interacting with strange new creatures and embarking on an adventure that will push them beyond the limits of what they thought possible. Directed by Peyton Reed and produced by Kevin Feige and Stephen Broussard, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania also stars Jonathan Majors as Kang, David Dastmalchian as Veb, Katy O'Brian as Jentorra, William Jackson Harper as Quaz and Bill Murray as Lord Krylar.  Bonus Features* Gag Reel Take a look at some of the fun outtakes on set with the cast and crew of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.  Audio Commentary -Watch the film with audio commentary by director Peyton Reed and writer Jeff Loveness. Featurettes All

Following Films Podcast: David Kaye on Marvels The Eternals, Beast Wars, and X-Men: Evolution

While the Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest outing has enough outsized star power to go around, one of its sharpest casting decisions had zilch to do with that. For the voice-only role of Arishem the Judge, the Celestial who shepherds the Eternals and sends them on the mission that opens the film, director ChloΓ© Zhao and casting directors Sarah Finn and Anna Tenney made the eminently commendable decision to hire an actual voice actor. And, while this actor may not be as much of a household name as his fellow castmates, he's certainly a superstar in his own field. David Kaye. He's one of the few performers to have played both Optimus Prime and Megatron in some of the Transformers animated shows, while he also lent his voice to both Professor X and Apocalypse in X-Men: Evolution. He's played several more Marvel characters in the past, as well as Clank in the Ratchet & Clank games. He also serves as the announcer for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on HBO.

The Wakanda Files: A Technological Exploration of the Avengers and Beyond to be Released Sept. 29th

An in-world book from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Wakanda Files—compiled by request of Shuri (Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War) as part of her quest to improve the future for all people—is a collection of papers, articles, blueprints, and notes amassed throughout history by Wakanda’s War Dogs. In a nod to Wakandan technology, the pages of the book have a printed layer of UV ink with content that is visible only under the accompanying Kimoyo bead–shaped UV light. Within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Wakanda has been on the forefront of what is technologically possible. Their ability to stay ahead of the rest of the world is second only to their ability to keep themselves hidden. As the architect behind many of Wakanda’s great advancements, Shuri is constantly seeking ways to improve what has come before. To aid in her search, she researches the past for context, reference, and inspiration by compiling The Wakanda Files. Organized into areas of study,

THE True Bromance Film Podcast - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Episode 208 - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse We like to keep up with the latest and greatest in the film universe so for this episode we're dialing up Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. In a world where superhero films saturate the market, can an animated feature distinguish itself from the pack? MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK: A Fistful of Dollars, The Favourite, Skyscraper, The Meg, RBG, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Searching, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

THE True Bromance Film Podcast - Hold the Dark / Venom

Episode 203 This week we dive into the latest from film fan favorite, Jeremy Saulnier. He's back with a Netflix "original" that stars Jeffrey Wright, Alexander SkarsgΓ₯rd, James Badge Dale, and Riley Keough. Also, we couldn't help ourselves and tacked on a review of the box office champ, Venom. Can a well respected cast, including Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, and Riz Ahmed bring something special to the superhero genre? Tune in and find out. MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK: Ocean's Eight, Venom, Elizabeth, Destination Wedding, Hereditary, Hold the Dark

THE True Bromance Film Podcast - Avengers: Infinity War

Episode 197 We're back from another long hiatus and what better movie to come back for than the greatest movie of all time of the week, Avengers: Infinity War. After a ten year barrage of set up films, the MCU promises to bring a degree of conclusion to this beloved franchise. MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK: Blockers, Rampage, Kodachrome, What If, Rust and Bone, Avengers: Infinity War

THE True Bromance Film Podcast - Black Panther

Episode 190 Black Panther is taking the theaters by storm and, just like everyone else, we're here to give you our two cents on the film. This week we are joined by Allegra Alvarado who hosts a variety of shows on the Core Temp Arts network (History of Color, Music Ate My Brain & TV Ate My Brain) to discuss the efforts of Ryan Coogler, Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and company to differentiate themselves from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also keep providing the same level of excitement that has had Marvel fans turning out in droves for years. MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK: Triple 9, Landline, Battlestar Galactica, Black Lightning, Harry Potter Series, Greatest Showman, Cloverfield Paradox, Den of Thieves, Black Panther

Ep. 158 of War Machine vs. War Horse: Ant-Man (The Borrowers vs. The Secret World of Arrietty)

On this episode we are inspired to think small with guest Paul from the BLOKEBUSTERS podcast as we watch THE BORROWERS go up against THE SECRET WORLD OF ARRIETTY in a battle of tiny thieves taking orders from Marvel's latest release ANT-MAN.

Episode 54 of Hydrate Level Four - Ant-Man

Peter is joined by Anton Balane, of Projct Fandom and UnSpoiled! Podcast, to discuss review Ant-Man! Anton gives a back story on the character and gives insights from the comic books perspective.  

Episode 64 of Pop Culture Case Study - Iron Man and Post Traumatic Growth

In this episode, Dave finally gets to research something positive as he delves into how people can respond positively to trauma.  Paired with this, timed with the new release, Ant-Man, is the original MCU film, Iron Man.  Let's go back in time to before Dave was exhausted with Marvel movies.  Britt again stops by to tell us how she feels about Iron Man and the MCU. Listen! Show Notes Fangirl Fixation: 0:04:39 Post Traumatic Growth:0:24:51 Iron Man: 0:42:49 Rate and Review on iTunes! Visit our website!

Ep. 137 of War Machine vs. War Horse: Avengers Age of Ultron (WALL-E vs. Ex Machina)

We are joined by Dave, the host of Pop Culture Case Study, one of our favorite podcasts which pairs psychology with pop culture, be it movies, music, books, tv shows, or comic books. The new movie we will be talking about in this episode is a comic book adaptation, the newest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Avengers Age of Ultron. This inspires a theme of Responsibility With Robots, where we look back at the Pixar classic WALL-E, which predicts a future where robots care for and ultimately control the survival of humanity, going up against the second older film which is only a few weeks old in EX MACHINA. This movie has the responsibility for one being of artificial intelligence being shared between a mad scientist and the young man brought in to test her humanity. Along the way we come up with the appropriate defensive porn watching tactics to use against A.I. and wonder if lovable WALL-E was involved in an abusive relationship.

Episode 03 of Pop Culture Case Study - The Avengers and Teamwork

Today is the day, folks!  Avengers is coming out later tonight! I know I will be there at the 7 PM showing.  If you're watching this weekend (and who isn't?), catch up with one of our episodes, The Avengers and Teamwork.  Does the greatest team in comics comprise a good or great team?  Are any of them psychologically sound?  Listen and find out!