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10 Minute Marvel S2E2: WandaVision Episode 3

10 Minute Marvel S2E2: WandaVision Episode 3

Episode 3 of WandaVision is out, so of course I’m hopping back into that show to look at the latest developments and theories.

TelevisionTalks: WandaVision Speculation

TelevisionTalks: WandaVision Speculation

This is going to be a very spoilery episode, not just for the first two episodes of WandaVision, but for so much more as well.

10 Minute Marvel Season 2 Episode 1: WandaVision

10 Minute Marvel Season 2 Episode 1: WandaVision

We’ve hit a new phase of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), that means that we are hitting a new season of the 10 Minute Marvel Podcast. This will happen in each phase, in case you were wondering.

So, Phase 4 kicks off with WandaVision, which wasn’t originally supposed to be the start of the phase. I talk about the first two episodes, with some possible spoilers in there, and what I liked about it and what it worked for me. But don’t worry, it isn’t all spoilers, I also talk about a couple of pieces of casting that have come up as well for Marvel in the news. One of them especially is a big piece of news.

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10 Minute Marvel Episode 76: Marvel Legends

10 Minute Marvel Episode 76: Marvel Legends

Welcome back to another episode of 10 Minute Marvel, the Marvel podcast that gets you news and a topic fast. In today’s 10 Minute Marvel we look at a She-Hulk rumor and a “spoiler” for WandaVision. I put spoiler in quotes because it seems to 

10 Minute Marvel Episode 30: Disney+ and the Super Bowl

10 Minute Marvel Episode 30: Disney+ and the Super Bowl

There’s a lot to talk about this week. Not only was there a bunch of news and rumors that have come out, during the Super Bowl we got a new Black Widow teaser spot. But bigger than that, we got a teaser for not one, 

10 Minute Marvel Episode 22 – The Black Widow

10 Minute Marvel Episode 22 – The Black Widow

There’s a lot of MCU news that’s come out over the past week. We’ve have the Black Widow trailer, and then there was CCXP (Comic Con Expo) in Brazil where there was Eternals footage, a WandaVision still, and some production photos from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. I cover all of that, and a little bit more.

Hopefully this was a fun episode to check out, I felt like there were a lot of interesting things to talk about, and it was fun speculating a little bit on what Kevin Fiege might have meant when he said that Black Widow is going to be setting up something big for Phase 4/Phase 5.

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10 Minute Marvel Episode 9 – NYCC and House of M

10 Minute Marvel Episode 9 – NYCC and House of M

In today’s #10MinMarvel, we look at what Marvel has planned for New York Comic Con (NYCCC). No big announcements coming for the MCU, at least none on the calendar, but it looks like there is going to be a lot of comic news. So, instead 

MCU Movie Rankings

MCU Movie Rankings

First off, this is not what movies are critically the best. I think even that is subjective on some level, but there are some movies that are clearly critically better or more groundbreaking for the genre. This is how much I like the movies. Also, 

Casting the Dream – Dresden Files

Casting the Dream – Dresden Files

This is one that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but I haven’t been able to figure out who I want to cast as the main characters. I think that is actually taken care of now.

Synopsis: The Dresden Files are a series that follow around Harry Dresden as he deals with many crazy supernatural things in Chicago. There is a big overarching story that I won’t go too much into because that would be spoilers. But he works with the police to solve these crimes and mysteries. It also helps to know that Harry is a Wizard.

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Let’s meet the main characters:

Harry Dresden – The aforementioned wizard, Harry is a tall man who diffuses his own stress with his own special brand of humor, which normally just gets him into more trouble. He’s not a built person, but is lanky and has good functional strength.

Karrin Murphy – Small spitfire of a police officer. She’s had to be patient as she has worked her way up in the Chicago PD, but she has made her way up. She’s athletic and doesn’t put up his Harry’s crap or anyone’s crap, but is still a very caring person.

Susan Rodriguez – A reporter who is pretty and also investigates the paranormal or supernatural. She’s onto the fact that Harry might actually be what he says and hounds him for information.

Bob – A talking skull that is a wealth of knowledge that is in Harry’s possession. Also a quite pervy spirit who inhabits the skull.

Michael Carpenter – A large strong man with a large family. He is a man of faith who is very even keeled but not afraid to step into a situation, help Harry out and make a difference when evil is threatening Chicago or anywhere in the world.

Waldo Butters – A small coroner who knows some about the supernatural. He also really loves polka and can’t stand injury, though has no problem working on a corpse.

“Gentleman” Johnny Marconne – A mobster who runs basically all the organized crime in Chicago. He helps out Harry at times and gets in Harry’s way at other times, depending on what is most useful for him.

Ebenezar McCoy – Harry’s mentor, teacher, and friend. Took Harry in when his first teacher went evil. He’s an old wizard with a ton of power and very respected. Also part of the White Council which oversees the wizarding community.

There are really a plethora more characters who could make sense to talk about and cast, but this is limited spoilers as well and does focus on a lot of reoccurring characters throughout the series.

So who would I want to play them?

Harry Dresden – Tom Ellis
Tom Ellis, who plays Lucifer in Lucifer, is sufficiently tall. He also has that long frame, that comes with height, but isn’t too built. He’s very polished looking as Lucifer, but if his hair was a bit longer and messier and, like Harry, had a beat up look about him most of the time, I think that he’d make a good Harry Dresden.

Karen Murphy – Maggie Lawson
I really only know Maggie Lawson from watching Psych. But in that show she’s very much a character who has to put up with Shawn’s crap as a fake psychic detective. The only thing I wonder about is if she can be as grouchy as Murphy is sometimes. But Lawson can definitely play a character who is caring.

Susan Rodriguez – Melissa Fumero
We’ve seen her in a comedy in Brooklyn 99, and while Susan isn’t the most comedic role, I think that Fumero would have the acting chops to pull it off. What I think works really well with her is that she’s an intense character in Brooklyn 99 who is always needing to do the best, I think that Susan possesses a lot of those similar qualities.

Bob – Paul Bettany
He’s the first person I thought off. He does a good job as J.A.R.V.I.S. and Vision in the Marvel movies, but I think it’s more his Knight’s Tale Chaucer that he could channel into Bob, this spirit who has been around for so long but also has this surprisingly pervy human side.

Michael Carpenter – Adam Copeland
You’re more apt to know him as Edge from WWE. So clearly you have someone who is going to have a larger build. Edge, though, just has a very friendly looking face and with a few beard hairs turning grey, he would make a really believable family man who is also strong and tough.

Waldo Butters – Elijah Woods
Frodo as an eccentric coroner? That doesn’t make a ton of sense, but the actor who was in Dirk Gentley’s Holistic Detective Agency, that makes perfect sense. Woods has shown that he’s up for those odd roles and has done a very good job with them. I think he’d make a lot of sense continue in those odd roles as the worried and polka loving Waldo Butters.

“Gentleman” Johnny Marconne – Ben Mendelsohn
You might know him as Sorrento in Ready Player One or Orson Krennic in Star Wars: Rogue One. He’s done a good job of playing those skeezy bad guys before who are slick. Marconne definitely has that feel and while I would think of Marconne being a bit younger personally, I think that Mendelsohn’s acting shows that he could deal with the role very well.

Ebenezar McCoy – Brendan Gleeson
Older, bigger, and still tough as nails. Gleeson fits that quite well I’d think. I’m not extremely familiar with Gleeson’s work, but if you’re not making McCoy quite as crazy white haired as he has been in my brain, just older and tough as nails, Gleeson fits that to a tee.

There are so many more characters to cast, and I really want to go through and figure out all of them, but that would be semi-spoiler heavy to describe who the characters are. So instead, I’ll hold off on those and maybe do another post to talk about them, just be warned there would be spoilers.

So what do you think of my casting, who would you cast in their place if you disagree?

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Revisit Rewatch Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Revisit Rewatch Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War But, but, but, but this is new, it isn’t an old movie, this is a brand new movie. Well, we can still review them, and with something as nerdy as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we clearly need to do a review on