Thursday November 29th 2018: Episode 19
Netflix's Lucifer has new new king of hell
Writers posted a photo on Twitter of a script cover page with "[REDACTED]: King of Hell," on it.
The writers then made things even more clear by asking fans to guess who the new king of hell is.
This was the script for episode 10 of the upcoming fourth season.
So who do you think the king of hell is?
Are Daredevil fans a vocal minority?
There is a loud outcry from fans of Daredevil for a season four.
But data analysis of social media traffic hints that this could be just a vocal minority.
Business Insider hired Crimson Hexagon to do the data analysis.
Most of the cast and crew of Nerd's Drink Whiskey are big fans of Daredevil, so we want Netflix to #RenewDaredevil too.
But when online conversations are down, Netflix tends to cancel shows.
National Board of Review listed Black Panther as a "Top Film."
Now keep in mind that this was alongside nine other movies.
Marvel is seriously trying for most categories at the Academy Awards.
This will probably increase hope in many circles.
I loved the movie too, but it's not at all the type of movie that gets a flood of Academy Awards.
Discuss the chances Black Panther has at the Academy Awards in the comments.
A major Star Wars Episode 9 leak has happened.
I call it major because there is so much detail that many on the subreddit called it a fake at first.
The leak comes from someone claiming to be an extra on the set, another extra has somewhat confirmed that this person knows things that only an extra would know.
The scene includes Poe, Finn, Chewbacca, Dominic Monaghan's character, Vera Calrissian, and even General Hux.
"A body is seated with a bag over their head. He gets dropped down. Revealed to be a cowering General Hux. He admits surrender and is searched by Domenic who prods him with an instrument and taunts him."
Read the entire leak by clicking the Reddit link in the show notes.
But do you think this is a legit leak or a fake?
Kevin Smith blames himself entirely
A fan on Twiiter asked Kevin Smith "Sometimes I wonder what really happened between @BenAffleck and @ThatKevinSmith that made them not talk to eachother."
An extremely bold and sad response from Smith was given.
"If I had to guess? It’s because one of us has a big mouth and told too many candid stories that sometimes weren’t his to tell, and the other one is Ben."
Well, it looks like Kevin Smith blames himself entirely for the fallout, but is ready to offer a humble apology to his old friend.
Is the ball in Ben's court now or is this just the first step Kevin Smith needs to take to repair their friendship?
Game Of Thrones reunion special for big Boxset only?
The special even included Sean Bean, who fans will remember as Ned Stark.
The reunion special was filmed in Belfast, Northern Ireland earlier this year.
It was hosted by hosted by Conan O'Brien, but will not air on his show.
The rumor is that it won't air on HBO either.
The only confirmed way to see it will be as part of a major box set after the show ends.
So Netflix has announced a live action Cowboy Bebop.
So how many of you are thinking, "Isn't that pretty much just Firefly then?"
There will be ten episodes, but no release date, or starting production date was given.
There was no casting announcements, but they did announce one very important behind the scenes person.
The original director Director Shinichiro Watanabe will serve as a consultant.
Although the Jazz soundtrack is extremely important to fans of the original animated series, original composer Yoko Kanno has yet to be attached to this live action version.
It should also be noted that the press release says "Based on the worldwide phenomenon," which tells me that this is an entire re-boot of the story.
As a huge fan of Firefly, I have been told repeatedly that I should watch Cowboy Bebop.
This announcement tells me that I better start binging it now, so I can complain about this reboot not being as good.