"Snyder's F**kin' JUSTICE LEAGUE Growing in Significance? Fisher and Warner Make Nice, Marvel's Phase of Crossovers, THE MANDALORIAN Finale Freakout"
For this week's packed edition of The Fanboy Podcast, host Mario-Francisco Robles kicks things off with his response to the news that Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins is about to head out into that galaxy far, far away with a film called Rogue Squadron. He sounds off on what excites him about Jenkins and other similarly talented filmmakers getting to make a Star Wars movie. Things then turn towards Zack Snyder's Justice League, which may no longer be called Zack Snyder's Justice League. The film now has a projected release month, as well as some intriguing whispers about what's gone into the 4-5 of additional footage Snyder is adding to his story. MFR shares the rumors he's heard about who was able to shoot more, and who wasn't, and how that factors into the endeavor's rumored $70 million budget. And why isn't it called Zack Snyder's Justice League anymore? Oh, and it's another f**kin' rated-R DCEU movie from Snyder? I'm shocked. From there, we go into the latest between the issue between Ray Fisher and WarnerMedia over conduct on the set of Justice League- and what that means for the likes of Joss Whedon and Geoff Johns. Tessa Thompson's latest comments regarding the cast of Thor: Love and Thunder have MFR realizing a tip he'd gotten about Marvel's future plans was spot on. And then, with proper *SPOILER WARNINGS* he concludes the episode by reacting to The Mandalorian's second season coming to an impactful end.