Star Wars Visions Trailer Reaction, Kevin Feige Responds To The Shang-Chi Controversy, And Tech Tuesday Talks The Volume & Gaming Tech In Film | Daily COG
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In today’s episode, Kyle (@ThatKyleMalone) and Manny (@LRM_Emmanuel) discuss entertainment news from across The Genreverse. Tuesday brings Tech Tuesday on the Daily Cup of Genre and we’re talking gaming tech in film and television. Before that though, we do a Star Wars Visions Trailer reaction and talk about Kevin Feige and his comments on the Simu Liu and Shang-Chi controversy. Bob Chapek had some… tactless comments about the Marvel film recently and Simu Liu responded. Now, the tenant of the house Stan built weighs in. All of that and sports on the Daily COG. Not joking about the sports.
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Question(s) of the day: What was your Star Wars Visions trailer reaction? Also, which story or studio are you interested in the most? What are your thoughts on Kevin Feige and his comments about Simu Liu and Shang-Chi? Lastly, gaming tech in films is a big deal, what projects do you want to see use The Volume?