“You’re A Man Looking At The World Through A Keyhole.”
Welcome to the 11th episode of DorkDuo! This week the Dorks wonder how in the world a live-action Pokemon movie could work and complain about MORE reboots (yay!).
The topics we cover this week are:
- Doctor Strange Trailer
- Suicide Squad Trailer
- Spider-Man Homecoming confirmed as title of reboot, Michael Keaton rumored to play villain
- Original cut of BvS was almost 4 hours long
- Batman solo movie directed by Affleck confirmed, no release date yet
- Killing Joke animated movie rated R
- Hanna Barbera Cinematic Universe in the works, first will be S.C.O.O.B, a reboot of Scooby Doo.
- James Cameron announces 4 Avatar sequels, first in 2018
- Another Peter Pan reboot in the works
- Pokemon Company reportedly having a “top secret auction” for the rights to a live-action Pokemon movie, Legendary, Warner Bros, and Sony all in the running.
- Gamestop executive says that new or improved consoles are “imminent”
- Ghostbusters movie tie-in video game announced, will be an RPG starring a new cast of Ghostbusters recruits
- Kirby: Planet Robobot getting Amiibo bundle
- My Humble Opinion: Our weekly segment where we both give our honest opinions on what we have recently played/watched recently. This week the Dorks look at Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD and Battleborn
- WhoDaWin: Our weekly segment where we randomly pick two characters from across the Geek universe and pit them against each other in a random competition so that we can decide ‘Who Would Win,’ or ‘WhoDaWin.’
And that’s it for this week! DorkDuo will be a weekly show posted each Friday(ish). See you next week!
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