Special Edition Podcast

Special Edition – Ant-Man and The Wasp

Show Notes

Paul Rudd? Morrissey jokes? Conor Kilpatrick had no choice put to pull the emergency chord and bring in former co-host Ron Richards to talk about Ant-Man and The Wasp! (Disclaimer: Ron Richard’s opinions are his own and do not represent Marvel Entertainment or the Walt Disney Corporation.)

Running Time: 00:26:42

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  1. Great show as always guys. I’ve been listening since 2006 and I look forward to these Special Edition podcasts as much as I do the movies they are focused on.

    As for Ant-Man and The Wasp, totally agree with your assessment. I can’t think of anything I would change. The story was tight, the action was fun (especially Wasp’s fighting style), from end to end it was hilarious (many times laugh out loud for me) and it featured my favorite Stan Lee cameo so far. (now that, was funny) The de-aging technique they used on Michelle Pfeiffer is some dark magic that Marvel has apparently tapped into. She looked exactly as she did 30 years ago. Truly amazing work. Can’t wait to see them pull it off for the entire run of a feature (Captain Marvel) for Sam Jackson and Clark Gregg. One thing I can’t figure though is why Ron kept calling Michael Peña “Carlos” throughout the show.

  2. With all the Morrissey references – and not the Smith but Morrissey solo! – I was wondering how you could possibly review this without Ron so it was particularly great to have him on the show. Seems like old times – even though he normally shows up for the Patron hangouts.

    As for the film, you guys are pretty much right on the money with this. I don’t actually think it is much better than the first but it’s certainly no worse.

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