The Batman Trailer Reaction – The Nerd Soup Podcast!

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Get free shipping on all water and merch at LiquidDeath.com/nerdsoup The Soup Gang reacts to the new trailer for The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Colin Farrell & Paul Dano! Plus, Black Adam & The Flash also get new trailers, the first movie shot entirely in space has wrapped filming, & Will Poulter is joining the MCU as Adam Warlock! TOPICS: 03:49 – The Batman Trailer Reaction 16:20 – Black Adam Trailer Reaction 20:57 – The Flash Teaser Reaction 23:55 – LIQUID DEATH REVIEW 26:54 – First Movie Shot in Space Wraps Filming 31:05 – Will Poulter Cast as Adam Warlock in Guardians of the Galaxy 3 34:22 – M. Night Shamalyan & Wes Anderson 37:03 – FAN QUESTIONS! Listen to episodes of ‘The Nerd Soup Podcast’ at nerdsouppodcast.buzzsprout.com FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & FACEBOOK! TWITTER! – twitter.com/NerdSoup Aaron Twitter: @nerdsoupmonkey Beau Twitter: @beausoup Teddy Twitter: @TeddyNerdSoup Nash Twitter: @AnthonyJQNash Marissa Twitter: @purplegirlns INSTAGRAM – www.instagram.com/nerdsoup FACEBOOK! – www.facebook.com/NerdSoup Visit our Patreon page here – patreon.com/nerdsoup

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  1. I agree with Aaron, the trailer was good but the first one was better, and I used all my excited up on that and we are too far to get excited for this already. But Conroy was the first one to portray Batman that changed his voice when doing Bruce Vs Batman. It wasn't raspy Christian Bale levels though.

  2. I don't completely agree with Beau's point argument about Hollywood's underhanded discrimination towards fat people by not hiring them. Let's not forget that Colin Farrell's a great actor before all else. They hired him because they saw that he could pull off the intricacies and nuances of Oswald Cobblepot's character which let's be honest is a very difficult balance to strike in this gritty Gotham that Matt Reeves has illustrated given how inherently cartoony and exaggerated he is in the comics. Also Colin Farrell is a name that gets people into the cinemas and we all know that they're setting his character up to play a larger role in subsequent installments. In the case of the Baron in Dune, I feel like going the prosthetics route gives way more latitude to the artists and creatives behind the film to physicalize the character exactly the way they'd envisioned him to be, accentuating certain features to the extreme like the drooping neck fat and the overly-hunched back – So I guess my point being that the priority is above all else to hire brilliant actors like Skarsgard with the talent and patience for the cosmetic transformation process.

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