In case you hadn’t heard, a little independent artsy film was released this past weekend called Avengers: Infinity War. Seth and Crazy Train spend the better part of two hours breaking down the film and talking the full movie. Easter Eggs, trivial knowledge, and differences between the movie and the comics.
To kick off the show Train takes a look at the unprecedented media blitz for the movie. Including the hilarious mashup with The Brady Bunch as it appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon
The main part of the show dives into the plot and ramifications of the story (Yes, this means SPOILERS) and some of the surprising apparent fates of the heroes.
The final segment of the show is devoted to speculation on the future of the MCU, and what might happen in Phase Four.
Marvel dropped a surprise final trailer for the upcoming Netflix Iron Fist series. We finally get to see Danny Rand’s live action look. Seth and Crazy Train are back to dissect the trailer, and give thoughts on what we can expect for the first season.
In case you weren’t one of the four million (and counting) views, check the trailer out for yourself below
In other Marvel news, we got a behind the scenes look at the now filming Avengers: Infinity War. Not only do we get glimpses of concept art and words from Kevin Feige, we get Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, and Chris Pratt side by side in the same room. Plus, we got official confirmation that Rocket Raccoon will be in the movie as well.
In the latter half of the show, Seth and Train talk the departure of Peter Capaldi from Doctor Who using a list of potential successors published by Digital Spy. Who does an admitted non-Whovian think would be a good Thirteenth Doctor? Some of Train’s selections might surprise you. This is a discussion far more suited for the casual Doctor Who fans than the discussion Seth and Mark had over at Examining The Doctor.
In the final segment of the show, Seth flies solo to give a quick review of The Lego Batman. Does it live up to the expectations set by the original Lego Movie?
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