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Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 8-Naked In Space!

Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 8-Naked In Space!

Topics discussed on this episode:

  1. Robert Downey Jr. stepping down as Ironman after the next two Avengers movies
  2. A discussion on the future of the Spider-Man franchise
  3. A reboot of the G.I. Joe movie franchise
  4. Will Beadl to write the remake of The Creature From The Black Lagoon
  5. Lucasfilm confirms Darth Vader’s castle will appear in future films
  6. A reboot of The Blob
  7. Rain Wilson playing Harry Mudd in Star Trek: Discovery
  8. Jordan Peele directing the live action Akira movie
  9. Joss Weedon possibly writing and directing a Batgirl movie
  10. A discussion on the DC comics New 52 universe
  11. Fringe recommendations
  12. Fringe movie review of the week – 2019: After The Fall Of New York

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