Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) reunite to talk about Marvel's "Spider-Man: Far From Home," as well as an overview of what's coming next following the conclusion of the Infinity Saga. In the podcast ahead, Josh and Kevin break down Marvel's Phase Four lineup, which includes the following projects: * "Black Widow" in theaters May 1, 2020 * "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" on Disney+ in August 2020 * "The Eternals" in theaters November 6, 2020 * "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" in theaters February 12, 2021 * "WandaVision" on Disney+ in Spring 2021 * "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" in theaters May 7, 2021 * "Loki" on Disney+ in Spring 2021 * "What If...?" on Disney+ in Summer 2021 * "Hawkeye" on Disney+ in Fall 2021 * and "Thor: Love and Thunder" in theaters on November 5, 2021 Plus, what's ahead in Marvel's Phase Five, given the announcement of Mahershala Ali as the new star of "Blade," plus hints at "Fantastic Four" and "X-Men" reboots? Josh and Kevin break it all down in this special edition of Post Show Recaps.
Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Emily Fox (@emelette) break down Succession season two, episode two, "Vaulter." They podcast not because their dads told them to, but because they genuinely want to do it for reasons they cannot explain ? like a kid taking candy from a candy store, or a grown adult stealing a pack of batteries from a bodega for no reason other than... well, he can?
In "Vaulter," the HBO drama continues dragging Kendall Roy into darkness, as his father Logan forces him to shutter a beloved project. Kendall surprises both his father and the audience alike with the ruthlessness in which he executes the command, proving once again that there's nothing he isn't willing to do on behalf of dear old dad. It's a bleak display of power, one that even the wicked Roman Roy couldn't quite enact, his best efforts to impress his dad notwithstanding. Meanwhile, Shiv Roy decides to go all in on the plan to succeed her father, dropping out of Gil Eavis' presidential campaign in big, barn-burning fashion. Bonus: Cousin Greg identifies his moral code and gets a brand new apartment.
Josh and Emily break down the events of the episode and field feedback from listeners. Their next podcast will recap season two, episode three, "Hunting." Send in questions and comments for that show by reaching out on Twitter @PostShowRecaps.
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