– by Joseph Jammer Medina



In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer, David, and Explicit E delve into a question from Nathan Ivey that revolves around the brand new Star Wars trilogy set to hit from Star Wars: The Last Jedi helmer Rian Johnson. What does it mean for the franchise, and what timelines can it explore? From there, we discuss Disney’s new streaming service, the new Star Wars TV series, and status of the Marvel-Netflix shows once the service launches. We then take a trip to the DCEU, once again discussing Ben Affleck’s future in the franchise, and first reactions to Justice League before rounding off with the impending Lord of the Rings Amazon series.

If you’d like to send us a question, email us at david@lrmonline.com, and get your question read aloud on the show!


00:00:00 – Intro and box office
00:16:30 – Listener Question: Thoughts on the new Star Wars trilogy from Rian Johnson
00:33:00 – Disney’s streaming service, Star Wars series, Marvel series, status of Marvel/Netflix series?
00:47:15 – Ben Affleck segueing out of the DCEU?
00:54:50 – Justice League first reactions
01:04:00 – Lord of the Rings Amazon TV series
01:12:55 – What we’ve been watching

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  • Loveblanket

    I love the idea of a new trilogy that has nothing to do with Solo’s and Skywalkers. They are great characters, but we’ve already spent way too much time with them and we likely still have more prequels coming before it’s over with Obi Wan and Boba Fett. It’s a big galaxy and I would love to see the new trilogy set in the far future and dealing with the legacy of the Skywalker trilogy while forging a new path and without the tired burden of being another prequel. Hopefully the tv series will be set in the NT era also.

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.