The Post-Credit Podcast -- hosted by two plugged-in entertainment writers, Brandon Katz of Observer and Eric Italiano of BroBible -- takes a look both backward and forward at everything from the MCU to mini-series, from blockbusters to streaming hits, and everything in between.
'Static Shock' Movie, 'Trial of Chicago 7' Reaction, Mando Ch 3 & 4 Recaps + Star Wars Rewind: Original Trilogy
Brandon and Eric discuss the news that Michael B. Jordan is producing a 'Static Shock' movie (1:00), reports of an extra in a Superman costume on the set of 'The Batman' (8:00), and our reaction to 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' (11:00).
Then, they recap Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 of 'The Mandalorian' (15:00) before hopping into their in-depth discussion about the original 'Star Wars' trilogy (36:00).
'Mad Max' Furiosa Prequel, 'The Boys' S2 Reaction + 'The Mandalorian' S1 Recap (Ch 1 & 2)
Brandon and Eric react to the news that George Miller has cast Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II for his 'Mad Max' Furiosa prequel (:55) before reviewing the blood-soaked season two finale of 'The Boys' and previewing next season (11:00).
Then, as we approach the Season Two premiere of 'The Mandalorian', Eric and Brandon begin their recap and review of season one by looking back at "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian" (21:30) and "Chapter 2: The Child" (45:00).
Doctor Strange in 'Spider-Man 3', 'Thrones' Prequel Casting, 'Mank' Trailer + Interview with DiscussingFilm EIC Jacob Fisher
Brandon and Eric share their thoughts on Adam Sandler's latest cinematic masterpiece 'Hubie Halloween' and wonder whether or not Happy Gilmore is in jail these days (1:40).
We then discuss the latest round of movie delays and which project we're most looking forward to (7:30), Robert Downey Jr's plans for a Sherlock Cinematic Universe (13:00), Paddy Considine being cast as the lead in 'House of the Dragon' (17:15), our reactions to the 'Mank' trailer (24:20), and the MASSIVE MULTIVERSAL news that Doctor Strange is joining 'Spider-Man 3' (33:00).
Then, Jacob Fisher, the Founder and EIC of @DiscussingFilm joins us for an in-depth chat about the launch of DF, the future of the movie industry, who the next Bond should be, and more (46:30).
Jamie Foxx Returning As Electro & Deadpool In The MCU + Nolan Rewind: 'Dunkirk'
Brandon and Eric discuss the *shocking* (get it?) news that Jamie Foxx is returning as Electro for 'Spider-Man 3' (1:30). We then discuss what this lean into multiverses means for the future of comic book movies, and how they can be used to introduce in Deadpool, who is RUMORED to be a big part of Marvel's future plans (15:30).
Then, we continue our Nolan Rewind by looking at the director's Academy Award-nominated World War II film 'Dunkirk' (25:00).
'Borat' Sequel + Nolan Rewind: 'Interstellar'
Brandon and Eric discuss the out-of-nowhere Borat sequel, how Sasha Baron Cohen could've possibly pulled it off, what the movie could potentially contain, and whether or not it'll be funny (1:00).
Then, they continue the Nolan Rewind by looking back at perhaps the Christopher Nolan's grandest film, 'Interstellar'. (9:00)
MCU Delays & Snyder Cut Reshoots + Nolan Rewind: 'Inception'
Brandon and Eric discuss the MCU delaying their entire slate of movies (1:00) and what it means for the everchanging state of the movie industry. We then chat about the upcoming James Gunn-directed, John Cena-starring 'Peacemaker' series (10:00) and the news that 'The Snyder Cut' will be doing reshoots, ballooning the budget to a reported $70M (21:00).
Then, in the second half of the podcast, we continue our Nolan Rewind by deep-diving into one of his definitive films, 'Inception' (33:30). Finally, to wrap up, Eric tells the story of the time he stood up his parents to go see 'Interstellar' (1:40:00).
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These two guys are introducing a new kind of pop culture podcast. They dissect your favorite movie franchises intelligently ...and are clearly having a great time doing it! They balance each other well - just wish I was there arguing with them. Keep ‘em
That was rough. Tried adjusting audio settings, it’s just the show..
Great insight without being “know it alls”
Love the show. I hate podcasts with hosts who think they know more than directors and actors.
This show is done from fan perspectives - and gives honest opinions - but doesn’t feel “above” listeners.
Eric and Brandon are great.