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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

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In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer is joined by Birth.Movies.Death writer Kristen O’Neal, and the two discuss the latest box office before delving into the mammoth Vanity Fair piece that dropped earlier this week. In it, we learned that Marvel Studios has 20 films planned after Avengers 4 in 2019. Is that too many films? Are we guaranteed to get superhero fatigue with that kind of output? We discuss.

We also delve into rumors surrounding an impactful death in the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix film. Who will it be? We hop into the Pixar side of things to discuss the Incredibles 2 teaser, as well as the recent controversy surrounding Pixar and Disney Animation head John Lasseter.

Sadly, we were not able to get to any listener questions today, but we’ll be sure to get back to that next week when David returns!

SHOW GUIDE:

00:00:00 – Intro and box office
00:11:50 – Is 20 films after Phase 4 too much?
00:33:05 – X-Men: Dark Phoenix death
00:40:15 – Incredibles 2 teaser trailer reactions!
00:45:35 – John Lasseter scandal
00:56:00 – What we’ve been watching

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  • syambo87

    20 movies is just planning.. they’re not making 20 movies in the next 2 years… Kevin Feige planned the events for Iron leading up to the Avengers… when Marvel say they have 20 movies planned… i think its just them saying that…. we have a plan and its a plan for the next 5-10 years and probably in that 10 year duration… we have about 20 movies we’d like to have made and produced… but all we have now is a plan for the next 10 years or so… I’m 30… and i have a retirement plan… does it mean i plan to retire soon?.. no… just means i have a plan… and a long thought of plan is better executed than a plan that just happens to present itself when needed… *cough* DC* cough*

  • Kronx

    I would expect that to change as time goes on and new ideas surface and old ideas change.

  • The Graz

    Marvel won’t stop until everyone in Hollywood has a part in a MCU movie.

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer’s always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he’s always been something of a story junkie.