Geek Speak 105: ROAAAAAR!

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On this episode of Geek Speak, Alex learns she should drink coffee in the mornings, Jo still has strong morning opinions and Diarmuid patiently explains Destiny 2 to his co-host noobs. Also, there is movie news, musical chairs of directors, update on Joker things and other awesome geeky stuff.

We ramble about:

  • Time-Waster of the Week: Buffy vs Edward: Twilight Remixed by Pop Culture Detective
  • More Images of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft
  • Star Wars: Episode IX Parts with Director Colin Trevorrow
  • Quick Update: Jared Leto is Also Confused About Joker in DC-verse
  • Jared Leto’s interview here
  • South Park: The Fractured but Whole Game Changes Difficulty Level Based on Skin Colour
  • Destiny 2
  • Tin Star
  • (WARNING! Some minor Game of Thrones season 7 things have slipped into out discussion about Tin Star, to avoid then, skip from 50.40 to 51.30)
  • Strike, the Cuckoo’s Calling

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  1. I’ve gotten so old that when I hear about new movies, I try and figure out how they could be good. I see the Joker movie kind of like Dunkirk. You dump all the past “origin” stories for the Joker into one movie, and follow each around. The gangster boss Jack Napier, the failed comedian, a member of the Red Hood gang, the Ace Chemical employee, and the key is you have it all center around the rise of “The Joker” but never show which one actually becomes the Clown Prince of Crime.

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