Pop Culture Cosmos #266- Venom Eats The Box Office, James Bond Thrills The Masses, and Has FIFA 22 Scored The Winning Goal?

Pop 266

Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford are back talking about a big win for Venom: Let There Be Carnage and No Time To Die at the box office, a Video Game Soccer mismatch between Electronic Art’s FIFA 22 and Konami’s E-Football has gotten more definitive, and thoughts on the announcements from Square Enix and XBOX at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Plus Gerald recants his original statements on Marvel’s What If series, and with all the failures of musicals this year on the big and small screen, can this genre still yield a hit movie? All this and more talk on Netflix’s latest series sensation Squid Game on our latest episode of the Pop Culture Cosmos!

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