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Geek Legacy Podcast Episode 33

Posted on February 19, 2013 at 12:20 pm by Justin Cavender


Welcome back to another episode of the Geek Legacy Podcast.

This week Amanda gives us a rundown on TV pilot season. There are several new shows that are trying to make their way onto your television, and she gives you the scoop on what to expect from shows like S.H.I.E.L.D., Sleepy Hollow, Beverly Hills Cop, andĀ Intelligence.

In video game news we cover everything we know about Destiny, the first-person MMO from Bungie. We also predict this week’s winners in the Injustice Battle Arena. Be sure to listen to our special podcast on Wednesday after Sony’s big announcement.

In movie news David talks Star Wars; John Williams may return to score Episode VII. Additionally, Harrison Ford may or may not reprise the role of Han Solo. We also discuss which role Peter Dinklage might play in X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Finally, Randy’s list for this week involves horrible movie sequels. There are plenty to choose from and it was fun trying to guess which films made the cut.

  • 3:13 TV News
  • 12:04 Video Game News
  • 21:00 Movie News
  • 32:30 Randy’s Fun List: Horrible Sequels

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    • Jennifer

      Just listened to this week's podcast! I LOVE the length. šŸ˜‰
      I was giggling over the John Williams rymor of scoring the new Star Wars flicks bc I thought it'd be ridiculous if Disney went with their tried and true Randy Newman. Hahaha
      Randy's list was great this week! There were so many others that could have made it on there.

    • Steve

      Those pilot shows sound awful. I wonder how many of them will actually get made.

    • Rico

      Those movies were horrible. Starship Troopers 2 should have made the cut. That's worse than Jaws 4 any day of the week.

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