Honey, I Punched Rick Moranis – Rusted Robot Podcast 308

Rick Moranis

October means Hallowe’en. Hallowe’en means scary movies. We have a whack of scary movie trailers. Also, oddly enough, the episode includes a lot of Arnold Swarzenegger information.

Rick Moranis, known for Ghostbusters and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (among other roles) was attacked by an unknown assailant on the streets of New York City. The internet went into a rage fit after the news broke. If you have any information, call the police. Honey, I Punched Rick Moranis!

Netflix wants to produce a Conan the Barbarian television series. They do not have scripts or a cast or a showrunner at this time.

James Cameron has completed work on Avatar 2. Avatar 3 is 95% complete.

After a long and hard search, Marvel has found its Ms. Marvel. The studio is tapping newcomer Imon Vellani to star in its Disney+ series based on the comic-book character. 

Jamie Foxx has signed on to return to the role of Electro. This time, he will be squaring off against Tom Holland in the MCU’s Spider-Man 3.

Robert Englund (famous for his role of Freddy Krueger) is launching his Nightmare Blend of coffee in partner with deadsledcoffee which you can pre-order at https://deadsledcoffee.com/product/robert-englund-preorder/

In trailers, we have a scary mix of upcoming films. We talk about the trailers for: The Craft Legacy, Spell, The Witches and Iron Mask.

Also discussed in this episode are Star Trek, The Dragon Prince, Max Brooks’ Devolution novel, Josh’s recent hunting trip, and Kitty’s first attempt at a plague doctor mask.

This week’s podcast promo: Nerdlanta

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