Geek Speak 165: Gobbits?!


A new Geek Speak goodness is upon you as Diarmuid, Jo and Alex ramble about:

  • Time-waster of the week: Kitbull
  • Recommend:  Tetris: The Games People Play by Box Brown (thanks, Stingo!)
  • Hulu or FX will likely bring back the Marvel Netflix shows
  • John Krasinski to direct A Quiet Place 2, Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe also returning
  • An Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series is rumored for Disney+
  • Google to unveil gaming project at GDC 2019 in March
  • There may be an R-rated animated Alien: Isolation series in development
  • Anthem
  • How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • Dirty John
  • The Dragon Prince – Season 2

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