Pop Culture Cosmos #186- The Movie Industry In Limbo, Restructuring the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Is It the Beginning of the End for Gamestop?

Josh and Gerald are on lockdown and in isolation as the search for toilet paper continues. But before it does, the guys talk about if they were in Marvel Executive Producer Kevin Feige’s shoes, what would need to be changed within the confines of the MCU because of the postponement of the Black Widow movie. We throw out many ideas including where is Black Widow best suited to land on the movie calendar for theaters, or should it go straight to digital? And what about the other movie and tv projects in Marvel’s phase four? We break down what we think should be the new schedule going forward for the next twenty months so fans can fully embrace their Marvel fanship once again. Plus they also talk about the movie theater industry being damaged by the ongoing pandemic and if the industry should get a shot in the arm from the government. All this and Gamestop finally complies with state and local governments and closes its doors for customers (with drive-up options available in some areas, but is this latest public relations slip up going to be the final cause for their undoing? All this on our latest Pop Culture Cosmos!

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Presented by Pop Culture Cosmos, Rob McCallum Films, the novel Congratulations, You Suck (available for purchase HERE), and Retro City Games!

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