Hero Chat Episode 3 – September 6, 2012

Hey everyone!

Welcome back to Hero Chat, SuperHeroHype’s semi-regular readable podcast, where hopefully the third time’s… well, the third time. As always I’m here with my co-host, Mr. Spencer Perry. What do you have to say to the fine folks, Spencer?

“Every time we get together to do a new Hero Chat I always think of a few topics that come to my mind that I’d like to talk about, but that is getting harder and harder to do. So, I’d like to open up an invitation for you good people to make suggestions for topics for the next Hero Chat and if we like it, we will definitely use it! Back to you Ed.”

Our guest this episode is Mr. Jamie Williams who has provided this rather thorough bio:

“Jamie Williams was always your typical anonymous film nerd giving his two-cents on Comments sections. It wasn’t until back-and-forth correspondence with Vic Holtreman that led to his tenure writing for the popular movie-news site Screen Rant. That led to him and good friend Peter Georgiou forming their own site Think McFly Think starting in 2009 where it continues today. TMT also houses the video-podcast Movie Moan, hosted by the British Gentlemen Agent Phil Gee, Queen Kristina, Captain Ed Hocken and Jamie.”

I’ve appeared on Movie Moan and it was a lot of fun, so we’re returning the favor as Jamie joins us for conversations about the directors of the upcoming Marvel Studios movies, the recently-announced ABC S.H.I.E.L.D. show, what options Warner Bros. has for their planned Justice League movie and a rare discussion about actual comics as we compare Marvel Now! to DC’s New 52! So you can keep track of who is speaking: 

Edward Douglas


Spencer Perry


Jamie Williams



Also Edgar Wright for the Ant-Man movie whenever that is.


Right, if that ever is…. but yeah, Edgar Wright is a long time attachment and if that movie ever happens I imagine he’s directing. Have either of you seen the Iron Man 3 footage from Comic-Con by any chance? I haven’t.






I wouldn’t go that far but yeah… one does get that impression at times. I’m just more concerned with tone. Alan Taylor on Thor for example seems like a good fit since Game of Thrones has that big bombastic Norse God vibe at times anyway.


Maybe Anna Kendrick is going to be Ant-Man!! Oh, wait… Silas isn’t here… strike that! 🙂




On page 2, we talk about the S.H.I.E.L.D. TV Show!

(Alan Taylor Photo Credit: Adriana M. Barraza / WENN, James Gunn Photo Credit: C.Smith/ WENN.com)