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Defenders Expectations, Justice League Reshoots - The John Campea Podcast The John Campea Podcast

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On this episode of The John Campea Podcast (Episode #65 Recorded Tuesday July 25th 2017) John takes the following viewer emails:

2:30 The Canon - Can you talk a little about your expectations for The Defenders? I know it might be crazy to say, but I came away more impressed with the Defenders' trailer than anything else at Comic-Con. I wasn't a fan of Iron Fist or Luke Cage...but there is something to be said about a team up of fully fleshed out characters over multiple seasons.

7:17 Frank Johnston - After the Infinity War movies, do you see the MCU taking a break for a year or 2? I am wondering if after a massive payoff after 10 years of movies if they'd take a break, in order to stop potential fatigue? (I don't believe comic book movie fatigue is out there yet, as you've said many times). Or do you think the MCU will keep rollin'?

11:11 Robert Kessler - With the success of The Simpsons Movie a decade or so ago, why hasn't there ever been a Family Guy movie? This could be a good way to being Seth McFarlane back to the big screen.

13:46 Topher Doll - Prior to Comic-Con we heard rumors from sites normally known as reliable that the Justice League reshoots would take months and would be considerable but we learned at the panel they were brief and almost completed. What are your thoughts on this now that we know the Whedon's role seems to be accenting the film Snyder made rather than remaking it?

23:14 Kailas Menon - What are the chances that we will see a movie adaption of the play, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"? The play has been a hit since its release.A year ago there were rumors from Warner Bros about the possibility of a movie being made after the "Fantastic Beasts" series ended.

25:34 Madoka Aburaya - A few years back we had Les Miserables which was good, but a lot of the singing was mediocre compared to professional and experienced broadway actors. Do you think broadway actors or regular actors should star in these adaptations of musicals into movies?

On this episode of The John Campea Podcast (Episode #65 Recorded Tuesday July 25th 2017) John takes the following viewer emails:

2:30 The Canon - Can you talk a little about your expectations for The Defenders? I know it might be crazy to say, but I came away more impressed with the Defenders' trailer than anything else at Comic-Con. I wasn't a fan of Iron Fist or Luke Cage...but there is something to be said about a team up of fully fleshed out characters over multiple seasons.

7:17 Frank Johnston - After the Infinity War movies, do you see the MCU taking a break for a year or 2? I am wondering if after a massive payoff after 10 years of movies if they'd take a break, in order to stop potential fatigue? (I don't believe comic book movie fatigue is out there yet, as you've said many times). Or do you think the MCU will keep rollin'?

11:11 Robert Kessler - With the success of The Simpsons Movie a decade or so ago, why hasn't there ever been a Family Guy movie? This could be a good way to being Seth McFarlane back to the big screen.

13:46 Topher Doll - Prior to Comic-Con we heard rumors from sites normally known as reliable that the Justice League reshoots would take months and would be considerable but we learned at the panel they were brief and almost completed. What are your thoughts on this now that we know the Whedon's role seems to be accenting the film Snyder made rather than remaking it?

23:14 Kailas Menon - What are the chances that we will see a movie adaption of the play, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"? The play has been a hit since its release.A year ago there were rumors from Warner Bros about the possibility of a movie being made after the "Fantastic Beasts" series ended.

25:34 Madoka Aburaya - A few years back we had Les Miserables which was good, but a lot of the singing was mediocre compared to professional and experienced broadway actors. Do you think broadway actors or regular actors should star in these adaptations of musicals into movies?

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