Los Fanboys Podcast

Los Fanboys Podcast
By Joseph Jammer Medina, and Mario-Francisco Robles
About this podcast
Podcast by Joseph Jammer Medina, and Mario-Francisco Robles
Latest episodes
Jan. 16, 2018
In the latest edition of Los Fanboys, Jammer and David ponder the next Tarantino film. What will it be about, and how will Tarantino’s influences be treated? We delve into the year 1969 and speculate what it could mean for this movie. From there, we dive into this week’s move, including: the box office, Fox moving the dates of three Marvel movies, Bride of Frankenstein gaining momentum, Edge of Tomorrow 2, Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s failure in China, the Black Widow movie, and a few new film synopses from films like Solo: A Star Wars Story, Avengers: Infinity War, and Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2. SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Tarantino’s next: what could it be? 00:23:00 - Box office 00:31:30 - Fox shuffles Marvel movie dates 00:37:40 - Bride of Frankenstein starts up again 00:45:35 - Edge of Tomorrow 2 00:50:50 - Black Widow movie 00:56:15 - Synopses for Solo: A Star Wars Story, Avengers: Infinity War, and Wreck-It Ralph 2
Jan. 9, 2018
In the latest edition of Los Fanboys, Joseph and David take a moment to rethink their negative thoughts regarding Sony, Venom, Silver and Black, and the entirety of their pocket universe that we’ll exploring later this year. Should we be more excited by this move from the studio? We discuss. We then discuss the latest box office, the development of a Kitty Pryde film, the new DC Films head, Walter Hamada, as well as some key pieces of Netflix news including a new trailer, a Bright sequel, and Matt Reeves’ production company signing a new deal. SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Should we be more excited for Venom and Silver & Black? 00:30:20 - Box office results 00:40:20 - Game Over, Man! trailer reactions 00:44:15 - Matt Reeves’ production company signs first-look deal with Netflix 00:47:50 - Bright 2 on the way 00:55:55 - DC Films shakeup
Jan. 3, 2018
In the first episode of Los Fanboys of 2018, Jammer and David run down their most anticipated films of 2018. What movies out there are we most looking forward to? What are your most anticipated films of the year? Let us know in the comments down below, or email David at [email protected] and let us know! SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:11:05 - Most Anticipated Films Of 2018 Jammer’s List (In Release Order): Mary and the Witch’s Flower Black Panther A Wrinkle in Time Ready Player One The New Mutants Avengers: Infinity War Incredibles 2 Alita: Battle Angel The Girl in the Spider’s Web Wreck-It Ralph 2 David’s List (In Release Order): Black Panther Isle of Dogs Avengers: Infinity War Deadpool 2 Incredibles 2 Sicario 2: Soldado Ant-Man and the Wasp The Predator First Man Mortal Engines (NOT) Aquaman
Dec. 19, 2017
In this year-ending edition of Los Fanboys, Jammer and David discuss the recent announcement that Disney will be acquiring most of 21st Century Fox. The duo then descend into the pit of hell, discussing the backlash Star Wars: The Last Jedi is receiving from hardcore fans. They then go on to fully discuss the film in spoiler-filled detail, with David giving the reasons why he didn’t care for the film — a side of the conversation that hasn’t been discussed on the podcast, thanks to Jammer’s own love of it. Where do you fall in this debate? Let us know your thoughts down below! SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:08:15 - Disney-Fox Deal — What does this mean? 00:35:50 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi backlash 00:45:25 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi - The Great Debate
Dec. 14, 2017
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has officially hit theaters. And by around this time, folks on the other side of the Atlantic have seen this film — and if you’re reading this, so have you. In this special episode of Los Fanboys, I go deep into Star Wars: The Last Jedi. I walk through the big twists and turns in an effort to justify that ridiculous A+ rating I have it in my spoiler-free review, WHICH YOU CAN READ HERE! Sure, I loved the film, but what did you think of it, and what do you have to say about my rambly musings in the podcast? Let us know what you think down below. I may have talked for a solid 50 minutes, but I’d like to think this is the start of a conversation, first and foremost. So sound off down below!
Dec. 12, 2017
In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer is joined by Brandon Collins and Justin Brown from the Medium Popcorn podcast. The trio discuss the latest box office, and give their predictions for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Just how much will this behemoth of a flick make in its opening weekend? Jammer then gives a rundown of his thoughts on the film (CLICK HERE for a full review). Jammer, Brandon, and Justin then run down three trailers: Alita: Battle Angel, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and Ready Player One. We talk about Tarantino’s upcoming R-rated Star Trek film, and then end big with the DCEU talk. What does the future of this universe look like? Special thanks to Brandon and Justin for joining me today, and be sure to check out the Medium Popcorn podcast, if you haven’t already! SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office, & Star Wars Mini-Review 00:16:12 - Alita: Battle Angel trailer reactions 00:24:30 - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer reactions 00:32:55 - Ready Player One trailer reactions 00:42:35 - Tarantino’s Star Trek movie to be R-rated 00:50:10 - DC Extended Universe Shake-Up, Jon Hamm, & new film slate 01:10:52 - What we’ve been watching
Dec. 6, 2017
In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer and Dave discuss the latest box office before jumping into our reactions to the Avengers: Infinity War trailer. From there, we venture into the world of Star Trek to discuss Star Trek: Discovery, as well as the possibility of fillmmaker Quentin Tarantino throwing his hat in the ring as director of an upcoming Trek film. We then head into Fox land to discuss Bryan Singer getting fired from Bohemian Rhapsody, and getting kicked off the lot, as well as the potential for the studio to get acquired by Disney. We then touch on the Han Solo release date, and take one last deep dive into the DC Extended Universe, where we discuss Harley Quinn and the Justice League behind-the-scenes drama. SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:10:25 - Avengers: Infinity War trailer reactions 00:25:15 - Listener question from Robert: Question about Star Trek: Discovery 00:30:15 - Could Quentin Tarantino direct Star Trek movie? 00:41:15 - Bryan Singer fired from Bohemian Rhapsody movie, kicked off Fox lot 00:47:53 - Disney set to acquire 21st Century Fox assets? 01:00:45 - Han Solo release date still May of next year? Good or bad move by Disney? 01:06:30 - Margot Robbie developing yet another Harley Quinn project? 01:11:30 - DCEU Justice League drama rundown
Nov. 29, 2017
In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer is joined by Birth.Movies.Death writer Kristen O’Neal, and the two discuss the latest box office before delving into the mammoth Vanity Fair piece that dropped earlier this week. In it, we learned that Marvel Studios has 20 films planned after Avengers 4 in 2019. Is that too many films? Are we guaranteed to get Superhero Fatigue with that kind of output? We discuss. We also delve into rumors surrounding an impactful death in the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix film. Who will it be? We hop into the Pixar side of things to discuss the Incredibles 2 teaser, as well as the recent controversy surrounding Pixar and Disney Animation head John Lasseter. SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:11:50 - Is 20 films after Phase 4 too much? 00:33:05 - X-Men: Dark Phoenix death 00:40:15 - Incredibles 2 teaser trailer reactions! 00:45:35 - John Lasseter scandal 00:56:00 - What we’ve been watching
Nov. 21, 2017
In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer and David go all in on Justice League. The pair discuss the box office for the film, where it went wrong, and what led to the disappointing take. From there, they delve into a full-on review and discussion, where they talk about what worked for them, what didn’t, and how the film came together. Finally, they discuss the $10,000 question: where does DC go from here? Sadly, Justice League has left them in a less-than optimal situation, and we discuss what steps they can take. SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:27:00 - Justice League Review & Discussion 01:03:05 - Where does DC go from here?
Nov. 14, 2017
In the latest episode of Los Fanboys, Jammer, David, and Explicit E delve into a question from Nathan Ivey that revolves around the brand new Star Wars trilogy set to hit from Star Wars. What does it mean for the franchise, and what timelines can it explore. From there, we discuss Disney’s new streaming service, the new Star Wars series, and status of the Marvel-Netflix shows once the service launches. We then take a trip to the DCEU, once again discussing Ben Affleck’s future in the franchise, and first reactions to Justice League before rounding off with the impending Lord of the Rings Amazon series. If you’d like to send us a question, email us at [email protected], and get your question read aloud on the show! SHOW GUIDE: 00:00:00 - Intro and box office 00:16:30 - Listener Question: Thoughts on the new Star Wars trilogy from Rian Johnson 00:33:00 - Disney’s streaming service, Star Wars series, Marvel series, status of Marvel/Netflix series? 00:47:15 - Ben Affleck segueing out of the DCEU? 00:54:50 - Justice League first reactions 01:04:00 - Lord of the Rings Amazon TV series 01:12:55 - What we’ve been watching