Spider-Man: Homecoming Mini-Review, Death Note, Jumanji, Inhumans Trailer Reactions – Los Fanboys Podcast, Episode 54

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In perhaps the most heated and downtrodden episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer, Eric, Sophia, and David discuss plenty of good news pieces, including a Spider-Man: Homecoming min-review, and reactions to the Death Note and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailers. From there, things take a turn for the worst when we talk about the god-awful Inhumans trailer. From there we discuss the oversaturation of blockbuster movies, Amy Pascal’s clarification of Venom’s place in the MCU, and Michelle Rodriguez threatening to leave Fast & Furious.

SHOW GUIDE:

00:00:00 – Intro and box office
00:15:50 – Spider-Man: Homecoming mini-review (non-spoiler)
00:21:29 – Death Note trailer reaction
00:42:38 – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailer
00:52:34 – Inhumans trailer reaction
01:06;16 – Fox sets dates for mystery Marvel films
01:17:40 – Sony’s Venom in the “same reality” as MCU
01:25:45 – Michelle Rodriguez threatens to leave Fast & Furious franchise
01:40:40 – What we’ve been watching and outro

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