In the latest episode of Lady Parts, we talk all things Captain Marvel
In the latest episode of Lady Parts, Sophie and Aimee talk Scrubs, Train to Busan, (belatedly) talk about the 2019 Oscars, the new Hellboy trailer, Rotten Tomatoes ditching user reviews before movie's are released, and talk all things superheroines ahead of Captain Marvel.
In episode 36a, Aimee and Sophie talk about watch they're watching (Bright and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel respectively), before jumping into the latest news - everything from Marvel including the latest Captain Marvel and Spiderman Far From Home trailers, and the announcement of the Disney+ series', John Lasseter's employment at Skydance, and the changes to the British ratings system. Finally, they talk the #LongRead of the week - From Split to Psycho: why cinema fails dissociative identity disorder by Steve Rose, ahead of reviewing Glass next week.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk what they’ve been watching, EW’s fall movie preview, and review Marvel’s latest, Antman and the Wasp, and Australia’s Occupation.
0.01.00 Penny Dreadful and Preacher
0.09.10 EW’s Fall Movie Preview
0.16.20 Antman and the Wasp review
0.34.40 Occupation review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk Jurassic World, Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger, LA’s Finest, LGBTQI characters in the MCU’s future, diversity in the new slate of cinematic rom coms and finally review Incredibles 2.
0.00.20 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
0.06.30 Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger
0.09.07 LA’s Finest
0.13.45 LGBTQI characters in the MCU
0.24.10 Are we nearing a new rom com renaissance?
0.32.50 Incredibles 2 review
In the latest episode, Aimee and Sophie give a #metoo round-up, talking everything from the Arrested Development casts disastrous New York Times interview, the allegations against Morgan Freeman, and Harvey Weinstein’s arrest, before diving in to review Avenger Infinity War and Deadpool 2.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie discuss the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, Joss Whedon’s departure from DCU’s Batgirl, the drop in female protagonists between 2016 and 2017, and finally review Black Panther.
0.11.06 Avengers: Infinity War trailer
0.18.08 Joss Whedon’s departure from DCU’s Batgirl
0.24.30 The Hollywood Reporter reports on the drop in female protagonists between 2016 and 2017.
0.28.49 Black Panther review
In the first episode of 2018, Aimee and Sophie talk what they did over the holidays, the first trailer for Ant Man & Wasp, the Roswell reboot, new controversy over the Fantastic Beasts sequel and, finally, review The Shape of Water.
0.05.32 Antman and Wasp trailer
0.11.48 The Roswell reboot
0.21.30 Jude Law’s Dumbledore won’t be explicitly gay in the Fantastic Beasts sequel
0.31.15 The Shape of Water review
In this episode, we talk about the recent allegations against Kevin Spacey and the toxic harassment culture being revealed in Hollywood, the news of Lupita Nyong’o starring in an Australian zombie rom-com, the trailer for new Netflix series, Godless, and review Marvel’s latest, Thor: Ragnarok.
0.00.40 The sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey
0.16.30 Lupita Nyong’o has been cast in Australian zombie rom-com, Little Monsters
0.22.30 Godless trailer
0.28.14 Thor Ragnarok review
In this episode, we talk the trailer for new, hitwoman thriller, Proud Mary, the first look at Domino in Deadpool 2, CBS’ lack of female-fronted TV drama and the pros and cons of women-focused initiatives, and review Cold War spy movie, Atomic Blonde.
In this episode, we talk Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Emma Stone and pay gaps, Radha O’Meara’s article for ArtsHub on writing less sexist screenplays, the latest Geostorm trailer, and then we gush all over Spiderman: Homecoming.
In this episode, we talk the new trailer for Arrival, the lack of trans actors in Anything, and the news about new Marvel Studios TV series, New Warriors. We also take a deeper look at Swiss Army Man.
0.00.32 Arrival trailer
0.03.35 Anything casting
0.13.36 Marvel’s New Warriors
0.19.00 Swiss Army Man