This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, we talk about how the US Government loses a multi-million dollar piece of equipment by letting it gently float away like a Macy's Parade float. We discuss the full-length Star Wars: Episode VII trailer, we discuss reactions to that trailer (John Boyega, specifically) as well as speculation about Luke's abscence from these trailers. We also discuss our recent trip to Buffalo, NY for Buffalo Comicon, and how confused Colin is that there is ice and snow on the ground in October, even though he hails from there. We also have a quick Twupdate and we discuss our Halloween plans for this year, also warm cider is gross...like eww.
Redaction: Colin stated that the blimp was worth $3 billion, the U.S. Government estimates it's worth at $235 million per blimp. Whoops.
This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, we have the good fortune to speak to speak with voice actor extraordinaire, Billy West! He regales us with stories of meeting Mel Blanc, playing a sick Lucille Ball for Howard Stern and his time on the Weird Al Show (Yes, he had a show, we checked.) We also discuss how people should view voice acting as a possible career and how he harkens back to the serials of his youth with The Billy West Podcast! He also does voices and all of our inner children collectively squee.
After that, we discuss consumer's newest impulse buy, the Squatty Potty (complete with pooping unicorns!), Daenerys Targaryen being declared the sexiest woman alive by Esquire, the impossible dream of a Cubs World Series bid and the worst aunt EVER loses her court case...against her 12 year old nephew. We also discuss how you should never livestream a DUI (Periscope users, take note!)
If you are interested in The Billy West Podcast (Episode 7 has just been released), please check it out here: billywestpodcast.com/
On this episode, we discuss water being found on Mars and how that will affect the opening weekend of Space Damon (The Martian). We also talk Avengers Gag Reel, Anna Paquin passing on the Gambit movie and Watchmen as an HBO series. Then, Jordan discussed the shitty model of pre-orders, seasons passes and the ponzi scheme that is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's "Augment Your Pre-Order" campaign. Also, Pope Francis and Kim Davis have a moment, captured in watercolors by friend of the show Patrick Hamilton. You can see it here (instagram.com/p/8Sutv2rJUF/?taken-by=snakefishbird)
On this episode, we talking about Johnny Depp's performance in Black Mass, we check out Peanuts the Movie and their new website. We also groan over the fact that Christmas stuff is already in stores (its not even Halloween yet, you monsters!) We talk about the Facebook exclusive 3D clip in Star Wars VII, and gasp in horror at the possbility of Hayden Christensen returning to the franchise. Speaking of which...Stump a Star Wars Nerd is back!!!
On this episode we celebrate the Golden Girls' 30th anniversary, Arnold replacing the Donald on Celebrity Apprentice. We talka about Oscar Mayer's Bacon Dating App called "Sizzl". We get excited about Nickelodeon's 90's based channel "The Splat", Hardcore the Movie (shot in vomit inducing first-person view), Rainbow Doritos (fabulous!) and Ahmed Mohamed, who built a clock (which looked nothing like a bomb), was arrested, then released only to have rational society apologize and have him meet scholars and dignitaries (MIT, here he comes!)
On this episode, we discuss Kevin Smith's new mall for Mallrats 2, we also discuss the new mobile game from Nintendo, Pokemon Go! (complete with watches and car accidents) We also discuss artists' displeasure with politicians utilizing music without their permission (Kim Davis and Survivor/Trump and R.E.M.)
On this episode, We find out there is a group of people taking bets on the actor who will be the new James Bond, we discuss the live action Mega Man movie currenly in the works, and Jordan reviews The Road Warrior and for the first time in years, Twupdate is back!
The guys discuss the pros and cons of Jurassic World and its crushing of records at the box office. Jordan stands alone with his (legitimate) criticisms, also the humor of Jimmy Buffett running away from dinosaurs while double-fisting margaritas. The guys also talk about Terminator mythos (Genisys and Judgement Day), as well as the remaining films we’re still excited to see (Star Wars Episode VII, Spectre, The Revenant, Legend), we also try to contain our excitement over Daredevil Season 2. We also shout out to The Dollop, one of the best podcasts on the interwebs!
The guys discuss AwesomeCon (things we loved and disliked), the Winter Soldier being confused for a Stormtrooper, also the weird situation of walking into a bathroom and seeing celebrities. We also discussed the multiple titles for this episodes, as well as Uwe Boll’s meltdown after his multiple crowdfunding campaigns for Rampage 3 failed (SHOCKING!). We also discuss Australia attempting to imprison Johnny Depp for screwing with their ecosystem (wait, what?). We also begrudgingly mention the reboot of “Big Trouble in Little China” (*RAGE*).
Special thanks go out to Jeff Zannini of CTB for assisting us with AwesomeCon series of interviews. We’d also like thank every interviewee at AwesomeCon for taking the time to interview with us.
On this episode, Justin Eisenstadt returns for his final episode of BGN on the East Coast. He discusses his decision to travel west and his choice of podcast to listen to on the ride out. We also discuss the film Mad Max Fury Road and why it seems so out of place to see a film with more practical effects than CGI nowadays. Jordan continues his "Film Quotes: The Game" with more interesting results than previously.
On this episode, we interview Brian O’Halloran (Clerks, Clerks 2, Mallrats, Vulgar and Dogma) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his time in the View Askewniverse. He also discusses his beginnings as an actor, his time on stage and screen, as well as his new podcast “The O’Hallorant” debuting on the SMODCo network later this year.
On this episode, we interview Townsend Coleman (TNMT 1987, The Tick, Where’s Waldo, Transformers and Fraggle Rock) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his past roles (his favorites, the ones that he most/least identified with), he gets Colin to yell “SPOON!” in a very loud manner. He also enthralled us with his story from being a radio DJ to one of the most recognized voices on television on a chance decision.
On this episode, we interview Jim Cummings (Darkwing Duck, Winnie the Pooh, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, countless Disney projects) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his introduction to acting. He also discusses with Jordan his role as the Terror Mask in Splatterhouse. He also discusses if Jeremy Irons ever calls him for a singing gig.
On this episode, we interview Jess Harnell (Animaniacs, Crash Bandicoot, AFHV, Transformers) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his past roles (his favorites, the ones that he most/least identified with), he discusses his band, Rock Sugar and how his original interpretation of Wakko was entirely by chance. He also gives some great advice to those who might be trying to break into the industry. You check out more from Jess at his website www.rocksugarband.com/
On this episode, we interview Rikki Simons (Invader Zim, Robotech) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his time as GIR (how he created the voice and how he would like to return to the role, if offered). He also discusses his writing on titles such as Robotech: Clone and his own series, Shutterbox. If you’re interested in seeing more from Rikki, check out www.rikkisimons.com/
On this episode, we interview Cam Clarke (TNMT 1987, Metal Gear Solid, Akira, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 2002) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his past roles (his favorites, the ones that he most/least identified with), he waits VERY patiently for Brian to apologize for saying that Raphael was better than Leonardo. He also shows us his sweet pair of shoes (very Sixth Doctor-esque!) You check out more from Cam at his website www.camclarke.com/
On this episode, we interview Barry Gordon (TNMT 1987, The Jetsons, Darkwing Duck, Batman: The Animated Series, NesQuik commercials) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his early career as a child singer/actor, he ends up having to correct Colin on his role on the original TMNT (even though Colin had reminded the crew of his CORRECT role not less than two minutes before the interview). He also discusses his recent decision to joining the convention circuit and the surprises he’s encountered. You can check out more from Barry at his website: www.barrygordonfromleftfield.com/
On this episode, we once again have the pleasure of interviewing Rob Paulsen (Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs, TNMT 1987/2012) at Awesome Con 2015! He discusses his past roles (his favorites, the ones that he most/least identified with), he gleans some advice to those who might be trying to break into the industry. If you’re interested in hearing more from Rob, check out his podcast “Talkin’ Toons” at robpaulsenlive.com/
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The Internet...the final frontier. These are the travels of Boldly Going Nowhere. Our on-going mission? To explore the strange new realms of nerddom, join hosts Colin Caccamise, Brian Massey and Sean Holmes for a weekly podcast that blends pop culture and the week's latest nerd news.