If you consider yourself a nerd, you’ve probably asked the question “Who would win?” at some point in your life. Whether you’re asking about Batman vs. Captain America or Luke Skywalker vs. Harry Potter, we’re betting you have an opinion and could argue it well.
In this episode, Scott interviews James Gavsie from the “Who Would Win?” podcast. In it, James and his co-host Ray pit some interesting characters against each other to decide who would win in an epic battle.
Listen as Scott and James discuss how the Who Would Win podcast came to be and how they choose which characters to use. You'll also get some behind the scenes insights of what goes on with each episode.
James also produces Superhero Diaries on YouTube. And you can find him on Twitter, and Instagram at @JamesGavsie.
Scott has interviewed stars of some fantastic sci-fi movies and TV shows in the past, and he’s sharing highlights from some fan favorites!
Listen to answers from Ron Glass (Firefly), Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Ashley Eckstein (The Clone Wars), Claudia Wells (Back to the Future), Catherine Hicks (Star Trek IV) and Danny John-Jules (Red Dwarf) and Nick Castle (The Last Starfighter).
We all tend to think that celebrities have a perfect life full of fame and perks. However, that's not always the case. You may know Stephanie Nadolny as the voice of Gohan and Kid Goku on Dragon Ball Z. She was building the perfect life in music, voiceover and family when a series of events turned her world into a life of doubt, depression, alcohol and health issues.
Listen as she tells her story and shares how she changed her life for the better.
Do you ever look back on the movies you watched as a kid and think, "How was THAT appropriate for my childhood?" Maybe these disturbing children's shows and movies have contributed to our childhood trauma. Or maybe we are more disturbed by them as adults than we ever noticed as kids because we were so into the action.
FTN contributors Jeff McGee, Darth Taxus, and Regina Davis join Scott to discuss these movies and shows. The group examines some scary, dark, and disturbing themes and how they might not have truly been appropriate for children.
The discussion includes Cloak & Dagger, The Goonies, The Wizard of Oz, The NeverEnding Story, the Muppet movies and more.
Jeff and Regina are co-hosts on a podcast called The Pilot Episode where they watch and review the first episode of different TV shows.
Jeff also co-hosts Star Wars Splash Page where he and Matt Moore discuss that week’s Star Wars Comics. Both podcasts can be found on Marvin Dog Media.
Regina also co-hosts Comic Book Noob with Scott Murray and Matt Moore.
Darth Taxus is currently playing country and western music with Gene Tobin around Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
We were all devastated to hear the news of Chadwick Boseman's passing in August of last year. He was a wonderful actor who was loved my many, and most people didn’t even know he was fighting a battle with cancer.
Chadwick was also very dear to the nerd community because of his portrayal of the beloved King T'Challa or Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The film, Wakanda Forever, will be in Phase 4 of the MCU, and Disney has announced they will not recast the role. Today, Scott discusses if that's a good or a bad idea with FTN contributors Tiffany Ojeda, Mia Dallas, Matt Moore, and Jared J. Lee.
Listen to this fantastic discussion as you anticipate heading back to the theaters and getting back into the MCU.
The first episode of the CW Nancy Drew series aired in October of 2019 and season two is currently going strong.
Well, today's guest is part of the Nancy Drew cast. Aadila Dosani plays Amanda Bobbsey, one of the most intriguing characters on this new season of Nancy Drew.
She and Scott discuss her early days of performing for her family, her background in theater, auditioning for the role of Amanda Bobbsey and the new spin this series is puts on the Bobbsey twins!
Scott revisits his 2019 interview with Violet Ramis Stiel - Harold Ramis' daughter and the author of Ghostbuster's Daughter: Life with My Dad, Harold Ramis. Scott shares some of Twitter's reasons for removing cartoon characters from existence.
FTN contributor and 80s author/speaker Chris Clews takes over the show to challenge Scott, Darth Taxus and Matt More with some 80s-themed questions, including:
Thanos snaps his fingers and takes out all but one of Corey Feldman's movies. Which one do you save?
What recent movie would fit perfectly into the 80s movie library?
If you could go back in infuse modern CGI/effects into an 80s movie, which would it be?
Find out how Beastmaster, ZZ Top, Weird Al, Thanos, Colonel Sanders, Robocop, Atari, Mission Impossible, leg warmers and vampires made it into the answers.
When we think of love and Star Wars, most people probably think of Han and Leia and their iconic line, "I love you, I know."
Or maybe they think of Anakin and Padme's tortured love story. However, we can learn so much more about all types of relationships from the Star Wars movies, shows and extended universe.
Today's guest, Amy Richau, wrote a book about those relationships. Listen as she and Scott discuss some lessons we can learn from a few Star Wars characters such as Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Rey, Finn, Galen Erso and Agent Kallus.
Also, be sure to check out Amy's new book Star Wars I Love You, I Know: Lessons in Love and Friendship.
Today's episode features a talented special guest starring in a time travel mystery series and two memorable conversations in honor of Black History month.
Landon Gordon plays Wyatt in The Disney Channel's Secrets of Sulphur Springs, a TV series featuring time travel, town secrets and unexplained phenomenon. After his father unexpectedly moved the famiy away from Chicago, Wyatt and his siblings soon realize their new home (a hotel) might be haunted by a missing girl. As his brother (Griffin) and his new best friend (Harper) investigate the mysteries, Wyatt and his sister set out to get some answers of their own.
Landon joins Scott on today's episode to discuss the role, time travel, generating scares and much more.
In honor of Black History Month, Scott also shares his memorable 2013 interviews with two Tuskegee Airmen - Master Sergeant Joseph Montgomery and Brigadier General (then Colonel) Charles McGee. These interviews were conducted in conjunction with the release of the George Lucas movie - Red Tails.
Both men discuss the challenges of fighting wars on a global scale while enduring personal battles at home.
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