TGB Episode 2.05: There Is Nothing That Can Phase Marvel Now
by Tim Buel
May 11, 2015
On this new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy share a bunch of recent Picks of the Week and touch on a variety of interesting topics including Orsen Wells, May the 4th (aka Star Wars Day!), the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the adorableness of Martin Freeman (who has just joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe), Avengers: Age of Ultron in-depth. From there the guys get into a deeper discussion on Marvel Studio's Second & Third Phases and so much more about Marvel. We hope you enjoy. Send us topics, arguments, whatever, and we will do our best to talk about it. This episode entirely dog snoring free.
During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen to our premiere episode – 2.01 – to get a re-introduction to this new iteration of one of your favorite film podcasts. We are excited to keep talking movies with you folks and are so jazzed to be back. Tune in and we'll talk to you soon! Send us your thoughts and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your patience, and enjoy.
Previous Episode: The Internet Doesn't Care Much For Movies…
Picks of the Week:
The Golden Briefcase is:
Find Us On Stitcher:
Our show is now on Stitcher! Listen to us on your iPhone, Android Phone, BlackBerry and WebOS phones. Stitcher is Smart Radio for your phone. Find it in your app store or at stitcher.com. Stitcher SmartRadio - the Smarter Way to listen to radio.
Any and all feedback, compliments, topic discussions, contest entries and yes, hate mail, can be sent directly to email@example.com. We would LOVE to hear from you! Thank you for listening to the show.
Reader Feedback - 1 Comment
Hip-Hip-Hooray! It's Golden Briefcase Day! Thanks Tim and Jeremy. // So, is the podcast bi-weekly now or what? I am not trying to sound critical, but I am curious as to how the schedule works.
DAVIDPD on May 12, 2015
Sorry, new comments are no longer allowed.