phase zero A new episode dropped on Wednesday, diving into episode 2 of Ms. Marvel and episode 5 Obi-Wan Kenobic But saving the spoiler discussions for the second half of the episode. Season 2, Episode 22 also includes lots of updates from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The conversation about the news ranged from a special update from Chris Evans regarding whether or not he would be playing Captain America again in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 castings and a Thunderbolt movie in the making. Above all, the conversation involved none other than NFL pro bowler and Pittsburgh Steelers legend-in-the-making, Cam Hayward.
second half of wednesday phase zero Episode features spoilers for the Star Wars series Obi-Wan Kenobic, After a positive response from the Phase Zero community regarding talking about the Star Wars series on the Marvel show, Obi-Wan once again cut short for discussion. The episode was recorded and broadcast live on Wednesday at 12p ET and has since been made available in podcast form. Hayward, who has been a guest on previous episodes of Phase Zero, brought some impressive cuts of every bit of excitement and wisdom from the pages of Marvel Comics.
phase zero Episode 2×21 is now available on all major podcast platforms. It is also available as a video on the ComicBook.com Twitch channel and the official phase zero Youtube channel.
phase zero The podcast heralds an exciting new year in 2021. In its first episode, phase zero The show revealed its mission to create a fun and positive community of Marvel fans, giving fans the opportunity to interact with members of the Marvel Studios family, and providing exclusive insights from hosts and celebrity guests. With over 1.2 million listeners across all platforms in 2021 all those boxes have been checked and more!
During 2022, phase zero has continued to innovate its content and provides a fun, welcoming environment for all fans. exclusive interview with Moon Knight executive producer Grant Curtis, prop master Russell Bobbitt of Marvel Studios, and poison Director Ruben Fleischer is featured in Season 2, along with a trivia episode, diving into plot holes and ranking anticipation!
Throughout 2021, stage Zero featured live interviews with several members of the Marvel Studios family. wandavision Director Matt Shuckman, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Director Kari Skogland bottle gourd Director Kate Heron, Marvel Studios Head of Visual Development Andy Park, Thanos and Shang-Chi co-creator Jim Starlin, philosophy comic writer Tom King, what if…?The creative team of AC Bradley and Brian Andrews, Eternal Producer Nate Moore, avengers: endgame cameo-producer (and ESPN’s fantasy football expert) Matthew Berry, HawkeyeTracksuit Mafia actors Carlos Navarro, Alex Paunovic, and Piotr Adamczyk, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Star Simu Liu and director Destin Daniels Cretton joined the show live. Extended pre-recorded interview with Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, Spider-Man: No Way Home Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon Star, Hawkeye Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld Star, Kali Mai author Eric Pearson, and Venom: Let There Be Massacre Director Andy Serkis was featured as well!
Other celebrity guests include NFL pro bowler and Pittsburgh Steelers player Cam Hayward, TikTok star Supps, Vegeta and Ulysses director Leena Khan, and NXT wrestler Johnny Gargano. The show is hosted and produced by Brandon Davis, with All-Star co-hosts Jenna Anderson, Aaron Perrin, and Jamie Zirak.
phase zero Invites you to celebrate all things Marvel, while hosting a weekly talk of theories, speculation and exclusive interviews and insights. This is the number one spot for MCU fans who welcome newbies and those who think they know it all! New episodes are recorded live twitch.tv/comic book Every Wednesday at 12PM ET, before being made available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and wherever podcasts can be found. for updates about phase zero podcast, follow official phase zero account on twitter,
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