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Brought to you by the IGN Movies staff, The IGN Movies Show podcast series offers listeners the latest news, box office numbers and reviews for all things Hollywood. No star is too big or film too small for this Movies channel roundtable.
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Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda and Tom Jorgensen explore all the latest developments from the geek moviesphere! Our topics include the never-ending rumors of Idris Elba as the next James Bond, the latest on James Gunn and Disney, Ewan McGregor's recent comments about a purported Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie, the casting woes plaguing Star Trek 4, Disney's live-action Mulan ditching songs and Mushu, and the box performance of The Meg and Slender Man. We also chat up Spike Lee's new film, BlacKkKlansman, and respond to your listener questions!
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! Sorry for the delay but an office, San Diego Comic-Con, and some vacations have delayed our return until now. In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda and Tom Jorgensen explore all the latest developments from the geek moviesphere! We chat about the announcement of Lucasfilm's plan to bring back Carrie Fisher as Leia in Star Wars: Episode IX, which began filming this week. We delve into Disney's recent firing of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn and what it all means for Vol. 3. We also discuss the bonus content and commentaries on the digital release of Avengers: Infinity War. Other topics covered include Mission: Impossible - Fallout, Shazam!, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Glass, James Bond, and Sony's reported plans for a movie featuring Spider-Man villain Kraven the Hunter.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda, Laura Prudom, and Tom Jorgensen explore all the latest developments from the geek moviesphere! We begin with a discussion on the conflicting reports about the state of the Star Wars Story anthology films before seguing into our reactions to those set photos of Linda Hamilton back as Sarah Connor in the latest Terminator reboot. We also chat up the trailer for Creed II and address the buzz about the long-awaited Black Widow solo movie closing in on a director. Finally, we close with a FULL SPOILER discussion about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and share our thoughts on where the franchise could go next.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda and Tom Jorgensen explore all the latest news from the geek moviesphere! We begin with a discussion on the box office failure of Solo: A Star Wars Story -- and what it might mean for the franchise, Lucasfilm, and Disney -- before moving on to our hopes for the Boba Fett movie that Logan's James Mangold may direct. Then we chat up the latest news on the Disney-Fox deal, Hasbro's hopes for the Power Rangers franchise, and the casting of Jamie Foxx as Spawn. We also field listener questions and discuss the movies we most recently watched.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda, Terri Schwartz, Jacki Jing, and Tom Jorgensen talk FULL SPOILERS about Solo: A Star Wars Story. We go into what we liked and didn't about the Han Solo origin story, its depictions of Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian, Alden Ehrenreich's performance in the title role, the new characters, surprise appearances and fan service, and more. It should be noted this spoilercast was recorded before Solo opened -- and promptly disappointed at the box office.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda, Tom Jorgensen, and Joshua Yehl talk up the latest developments in the geek moviesphere. First, we chat up the most noteworthy new trailers (including our thoughts on the first look at The Predator), the news about a G.I. Joe spin-off featuring Snake-Eyes, and more. The bulk of this week's episode, though, is dedicated to us picking our absolute favorite and least favorite entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We also respond to listener questions, including offering our choices for our favorite classic Universal Monster movies.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda, Tom Jorgensen, Terri Schwartz, Laura Prudom, and Joshua Yehl all chime in on what they thought about Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War -- in FULL SPOILERISH detail! Tom and Laura team for their segment -- with Jim, Terri, and Joshua paired for theirs -- where they chat about whether they liked the movie, what they thought about who lived and who died, and if they liked Thanos as a villain. We also discuss how we think the MCU will move forward following the events of Infinity War.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda and Tom Jorgensen are joined by entertainment features executive editor Scott Collura to talk about the latest happenings in the genre moviesphere. (And sorry for such a long break in-between episodes!) We dive into what we thought of the new Deadpool 2 and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailers, and also weigh in on the current state of video game movies in light of the recent release of Rampage. We also discuss the news that Steven Spielberg will direct a DC movie. The bulk of this week's episode, though, is dedicated to which summer movies we're most looking forward to, starting with Marvel's The Avengers: Infinity War ... which we will be back next week to talk about in full spoilerish detail!
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! In this week's episode, Jim Vejvoda, David Griffin, and Tom Jorgensen talk about the latest happenings in the genre moviesphere. We delve into what we thought of The Shape of Water and Get Out's Oscar victories, and share our reactions to the big winners overall. We also discuss some of the most recent, big geek movie news, including the confirmation of Kristen Wiig's casting as Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2.
Welcome back to the IGN Movies Podcast! Jim Vejvoda, Laura Prudom, and Tom Jorgensen talk FULL SPOILERS about Marvel's Black Panther in this week's episode. We talk about what we thought of director Ryan Coogler's vision, Killmonger as the villain, and what the movie means in the larger cultural sense. Our colleagues Terri Schwartz, David Griffin, and Joshua Yehl also lend their insights into what worked and didn't with the movie. We also discuss what the events happening in Black Panther might mean for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Nick Leshi

Great content as always but please speak into the microphone. You all sometimes mumble and it's difficult to hear.

Jul 1st
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Walker One

this crew misses why Solo flopped. Last Jedi killed solo in north America.

Jun 9th
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iTunes User

I'm a fan of IGN and the podcasts tend to be pretty darn funny. The hosts all have good relationships with each other and keep things moving while covering TV, movies, tech, and more. I'm glad these are all gathered together in one stream. Thanks, guys!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

I love ALMOST all IGN’s entertaining, yet informative, podcasts. Keepin’ it Reel and Channel Surfing are fun and surprisingly informative as the hosts have a pretty good grasp on what's going on in the film and TV industries. I like them, but my girlfriend who works in the industry loves them! I, being the comic book geek I am, enjoy Comics SMASH the most. While I don't have the exact same taste in comics as them, I definitely appreciate their informed opinions. They also give said opinions without the typical comic book guy type snobbery of being “too cool.” An attitude that is omnipresent in Digigods. I’m not a fan of two people talking over each other to tell unfunny jokes about how everything created after 1985 is lame. If Comics SMASH had its own channel like Channel Surfing, Keepin’ it Reel, and Tech Fetish, I would subscribe to those four separately and never again be reminded of the abysmal Digigods during my weekly deletion of it.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

The good ones are great, the bad ones are really bad. I really enjoy all the IGN podcasts, but digigods is pretty stupid--it feels so detatched from everything else and the two guys aren't fun to listen to. The Stars podcast is horrible though, Phil Perrello sounds like a dweeby tool.

Aug 30th
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