He does, and he's gonna get his own Star Wars spin off movie directed by Nick Meyer. So join myself and Jamie as we discuss....
Classic Movie Moan
The ever reliable Matt Thompson joins us to talk about the potential and realities of science fiction cinema's two biggest franchises. Since Disney is now firmly committed to giving us a Star Wars movie every year, we ask ourselves what kind of stories do we want, what don't we want, and, most importantly, will Star Wars ever feel as special as it used to? (9:35)
Then, Jamie and Matt indulge Phil while he casts his mind into the far future of 2017 to discuss the potential of 'Avatar 2' (assuming it actually comes out that year). Is a sequel going to work for a film with such a self contained story? Are three sequels? Will the public care? And can Star Wars and Avatar go head to head for box office in the same month, let alone the same year? (35:33)
Marveling At The Future
We stop talking about Daredevil for just one show and turn our minds towards the fantastical. Spencer Perry and myself ask a question long overdue - why don't they just reboot X-Men? (1:00:14)
And then Phil finally gets off his chest why, despite Aquaman coming to the silver screen first, Namor The Sub Mariner must be made into a film, and that film could be one of the most visually stunning ever made. (1:24:25)
Cinematic Happy Comfort Food
Phil is joined by special guest Hannah Southwell to talk about one of her top 3 favourite films, and Phil's second favourite - James Cameron's 'Aliens'. We talk about what the film means to us, why it's still a tour de force of adrenaline and atmosphere which remains unmatched to this day, and we quote dialogue from it exactly the way it's said in the movie, because that's the way you have to do it. (1:38:20)
See you in two weeks for the Box Office show.