On this episode of The Fanboy Garage, we jump right in to unpack the latest news that discussions between Sony and Disney to keep Tom Holland's Spider-Man in the MCU collapsed. While negotiations are reported to still be ongoing, we speculate on the reasons behind the decision and what it could mean for both studios going forward.
From there, we discuss the surprising announcement that Lana Wachowski will return to write and direct a fourth Matrix film with Keanu Reeves and Carrie Ann Moss set to reprise their roles of Neo and Trinity respectively.
Deeper into the episode, we take on the validity of the Snyder Cut version of Justice League after Aquaman himself, Jason Mamoa, says the movie is "sick." In the discussion, we share our intrigue around the Snyder Cut and why we think there's nothing to lose on Warner Brothers' part, to finally release the film.
We then switch gears and answer listener questions around whether or not JJ Abrams is overrated and provide our favorite red wine recommendations. That's right, come to The Fanboy Garage for wine pairings and food discussions!
To close the show, we bring on our Wrestling Council buddies Phil and Tavo to discuss the latest news around WWE and USA Network's announcement to air WWE’s weekly Wednesday night show, NXT, live on USA Network starting Sept. 18. In a clear counter-programming move against AEW, we speculate the ins and outs of the decision from WWE's top brass, Vince McMahon.
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