Quest for 100 Episode 11 Ant-Man and the Wasp

The Quest for 100 podcast centers around a challenge to watch 100 movies in the theater in one year. Matt and BCON lead the quest as they talk about recent movies they have seen, rate those movies, and chat about some of their favorite stories that happen in the movies and AT the movies.

On this episode, the Big Poppa Matt and BCON talk about 2 summer blockbuster movies and the impact that each of them have on their respective movie franchises. The conversation first starts with all things Jurassic as Matt and BCON discuss Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The episode wraps up with an in depth discussion of Marvel’s newest theatrical release, Ant-Man and the Wasp. They discuss the movie as it stands on it’s own, as a sequel, and as a bigger part of the Marvel picture in light of Infinity Wars. Let us know what movies you have watched and join in on the conversation on twitter @questformovies or email us at questfor100movies@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like, share, comment, and subscribe wherever you download the show. Thank-you all for listening.

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Quest for 100 Episode 10 Hearts Beat Loud

On this episode the Big Poppa Matt and BCON catch you up on the movies they’ve watched including TAG, The First Purge, Uncle Drew, Sicario 2, Incredibles 2, I Can Only Imagine, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, and their favorite movie of 2018, Hearts Beat Loud.  Let us know what movies you watched and feel free to join in on the conversation on twitter @questformovies or email us at questfor100movies@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like, share, comment, and subscribe wherever you download the show. Thank-you all for listening.

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Could X-Men & Fantastic Four be joining the Disney MCU?

Good Day to all the Geek Enthusiasts and Nerd Aficionados!

Typing up articles recently has eluded me, and I am glad to be back. Discussing the current news surrounding 21st Century Fox and Walt Disney Co. Speculation has been running rampant about Disney buying a large chunk of Fox. Now at this time these have just been talks. Official deals or paperwork are not in place. Why are these talks so important to pop culture and geekdom? If a deal is made on these talks, as a result we will have our merry mutants and comic books first family in their rightful cinematic universe. Yes, the Fantastic Four and X-Men would be part of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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No Laughs About it, New Joker Origin Film in the Works

Deadline has reported that there is a new DC film project in the works over at Warner Brothers. A new Joker origin film with such heavy hitter names as Martin Scorsese, Todd Phillips, and Scott Silver attached.

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