The Credible Nerds talk about the latest Venom news, such as run time and MPAA rating, as well as a new star has been revealed to be in the film! We also talk about the… More
I didn’t write this, but I agree 100% and have had similar thoughts since I first saw the movie in the theater.
I found this on Twitter, on @Martha5527‘s account. I’m assuming he is the author.
The digital copy of Avengers: Infinity War is available for purchase today! Download it via your favorite platform, iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Movies Anywhere, etc. and watch it today.
The physical copy will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K will be available on Aug 14th.
Join the Credible Nerds, Marc and Justin, as we discuss the recently released trailers from San Diego Comic Con 2018. Aquaman, Shazam!, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Glass, and Fantastic Beasts 2! We also talk about the new model of streaming services that movie studios are gravitating towards. How will this affect Netflix and Hulu? Is it a good thing for the Nerd consumer?
Marc’s back! We discuss upcoming conventions – Salt Lake FanX and Star Wars Celebration 2019, as well as some upcoming summer movies. We revisit The Last Jedi six months later as well as give our final thoughts on The Avengers Re-Watch series now that Avengers 3 is out. We discuss where are all the superheroes when the Earth is about to be destroyed?
The Credulous Nerds discuss three nerdy things for June 4th 2018. Star Wars Celebration 2019 tickets go on sale June 5th – are you going? We talk about the new logo for Wonder Woman 2 and the latest news from this film. A new trailer for the latest Transformers film – Bumblebee, drops tomorrow! This latest Transformers film isn’t directed by Michael Bay – so is it going to be any good?
Join The Credulous Nerds as we give a spoiler filled review of Solo: A Star Wars Story with special guest host – Harry. We break down the film and discuss what we like about Solo and how well it fits into the rest of the Star Wars Universe.
Today is International Sherlock Holmes Day! Which actor, TV show, movie, or story is your favorite?
I prefer the Robert Downey Jr. films myself, but I have enjoyed all of them.
Here’s a great write up of Solo: A Star Wars Story by Variety by Kristopher Tapley. If you’re on the fence about seeing Solo, this article breaks it down and puts the movie into perspective and as to how it fits into the Star Wars Saga.
The article also outlines how Lucasfilm has misfired on hiring the right directors for over half of the Star Wars films (except Episode 7 and 8) since the Disney buyout, and how they made the right choice with Ron Howard for Solo.
“Solo” is the fourth film in Disney’s revamped franchise machine to creatively malfunction: Director Josh Trank exited a still-unmade Boba Fett spinoff in 2015; Oscar-nominated filmmaker Tony Gilroy was brought in to save 2016’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” when director Gareth Edwards’ efforts missed the mark; and “Jurassic World” helmer Colin Trevorrow — who was originally hired to direct the next “Star Wars” movie, “Episode IX,” in 2019 — was shown the door following clashes over the script.
Making a Star Wars film isn’t easy and is serious business, not only from a financial perspective, but from a producer/actor/filmmaker’s perspective, and a fan’s perspective. It’s not easy to have a successful Star Wars film without scoring big on those three perspectives, something even George Lucas had to work hard to do.
The article also lets the reader know which scene George Lucas had a little bit of input on, so check it out!
While I am looking forward to Solo, I’m a little more excited about seeing it after reading this article from Variety. The Nerds will be seeing this film on Friday! We’ll be giving a reaction video and a review show as usual, so stay tuned! Anyone else have tickets yet?
Which is your favorite Star Wars movie? StarWars.com is having a poll on their official website, that you can vote in.
Are you old school with the Original Trilogy? Or are you down with the Prequels? Perhaps you’re loving the Disney-era films and the new stories being told?
I don’t think there can be a wrong answer as they all bring something awesome and fun to the Saga!
But we all have our favorite – which is yours?
My favorite – and yes it’s hard to choose just one, is Episode 3-Revenge of the Sith. For me it’s the pivotal point in the Saga, everything changes in this film. It’s the heart of Star Wars – the Prequels come to a dramatic end, and it provides a deep, dark hole for the Original Trilogy to climb out of and bring us that hope that we know and love that culminates in Return of the Jedi. – J
Marc and Justin delve into the history of May the Fourth Fan Day and how it came to be. We talk our memories of Star Wars since 1977 until 2018, and where the Star Wars franchise can go from here.