Originally Aired: 08/26/16
We discuss the geek news of the week. Talk about the rumour that Rock & Vin Diesel are actually not really fighting and might be a a publicity stunt for WWE. Marvel comics Ri Ri Williams who takes over the mantle of Iron Man will be called Iron Heart. Victor Miller’s lawsuit to reclaim the copyright of Friday the 13th series. Bryan Singer’s bold declaration that Legion and other X-universe TV shows & movies will all connect together going forward in the future.
Our review of Mechanic: Resurrection starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones. Synopsis: Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.
We also talk with Tiffany Smith. Tiffany has been all over internet and television spreading the word of geek, most notably as one of the hosts of DC All Access and most recently, as a correspondent on the new AMC show, Geeking Out with Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg. Tiffany Smith has lived all over the country, from L.A. to San Diego, Hershey to New York. Every move created an exciting opportunity to explore, develop new friendships, and cultivate new interests. Each experience built up her spirit for adventure, a love for travel and the ability to connect with just about anyone. From SoCal surfer to Manhattan fashionista to MIT technology geeks, she is equally at ease. After a successful stint in New York, Tiffany felt like it was time for her next big adventure – moving to Los Angeles! Since living in LA she has been putting, what she likes to call, her glamorously geeky personality to good use. Working for G4, MSN, E! News, Marvel, Oxygen, CW Talks, Fandango, DC All-Access and AMC’s Geeking Out.
It was a great show!
Plus for our Patreon supporters, our latest Geek Hard Extra After Credits segment discussing some the events/panels from the upcoming Fan Expo convention Sept. 1-4 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
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