NEW TRAILERS: Upcoming Netflix Movies & Series!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

Last week Netflix launched TUDUM, it’s first live, online fan event. Netflix used the event to give audiences a first look at it’s most high profile, new and returning, content. Trailers, clips, and behind the scenes videos were released for projects like The Witcher Season 2, Stranger Things 4, and Extraction 2, a sequel to last year hit action film, starring Chris Hemsworth *. Those are just a few examples of the cool and interesting stuff Netflix has coming down the pipe. I posted the best of them below for you to see for yourself. Enjoy…

*Netflix also offered up the first look at their adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s seminal graphic novel, The Sandman, debuting in 2022. However, that deserved it’s own entire article, which you can take a look at right here: https://best-media-world.com/2021/09/27/first-look-neil-gaimans-the-sandman/

Stranger Things 4

Bright: Samurai Soul


Locke & Key (Season 2)


The Witcher (Season 2)

The Witcher: Blood Origin (Behind-The-Scenes Look)


Super Crooks


The Umbrella Academy Season 3 (Behind-The-Scenes Cast Interview)


Extraction 2


Cowboy Beebop (Live-Action Series) Opening Credits


Red Notice

 Thanks for reading! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

MOVIE REVIEW: Shang-Chi & The Legend of The Ten Rings!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…


On this episode of The World’s Best Podcast, we give our straight out of the theater reaction, to latest MCU film, Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings! While not a FULL SPOILER review, a few MAJOR SPOILERS get dropped in our discussion, so listener beware! Instead of the studio, we recorded this in our car, immediately after seeing the film, which is why there’s a little background noise. However, I did want to include some Easter Eggs, interesting background info, and connections to the rest of The MCU, that just might enrich your experience when seeing Shang-Chi.


One of the cool things about Shang Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, is that certain elements of the character’s history have been present in The MCU, all the way back to the first Iron Man film in 2008. None of this really counts as a spoiler, because it’s nothing that hasn’t been shown in the trailer. is nothing that you haven’t seen in the trailers. The Ten Rings is like a more mysterious, ninja HYDRA. I’m going to elaborate on how the organization was pulling the strings and making moves during some key moments in The MCU. The Ten Rings make their debut in the first MCU movie, Iron Man, in 2008. The Ten Rings were the terrorist organization that kidnapped Tony Stark at the beginning of the movie. They want him to make a weapons of mass destruction but instead Tony plans an escape by building his Mach 1 armor. With that Iron Man, and the MCU, was born. 


In Iron Man 2, it’s revealed that, in a deleted scene, agents of The Ten Rings, helped Mickey Rourke’s Whiplash get past security and onto the race track, where ha attacked Tony in his race car during the Monaco Grand Prix. 


Even in Ant-Man, towards the end of the film the current head of Pym Tech, Cross has finally been able to replicate his hands on Hank Pym’s shrinking technology. Cross, who’s a real sack if shit, intends to sell it to the highest bidders. Many shady buyers showed for the unveiling of the Yellowjacket, Cross’s version of the Ant-Man suit. Including Hydra, A.I.M., several agents of The Ten Rings. If you have Disney+ I’d also recommend checking out the short film All Hail The King, starring Ben Kingsley‘s character from Iron Man 3, Trevor Slattery. Not only is it a really fun little short, it also has a really cool connection to Shang Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings.

Listen here: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/46360628     Or subscribe/listen on  Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Podchaser, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Google Podcasts, & Apple Podcasts/ITunes…

iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-worlds-best-podcast/id1246038441?i=1000534218002

Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/11mA9kClyevVZjWYMQB1Io?si=7TfnqkBiShqTQpZhh2UDsA

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185563

 Thanks for reading! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

Trailers of The Week: Lucifer:The Final Season & Doom Patrol Season 3!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

Trailers dropped a few days ago announcing new seasons for two shows, both based on DC Universe properties: The sixth and final season Lucifer on Netflix and Doom Patrol Season 3 on HBO Max. Both shows are really interesting in different ways. Doom Patrol is one of the fucking weirdest superhero television shows ever made, which is part of the fun. While I really enjoy Doom Patrol, it’s certainly not a series for everybody. Lucifer on the other hand he is a series that I genuinely love to watch. I’ll be sad to see it go, but all good things must come to an end. I’m just glad that the creators are ending the series on their terms, instead of potentially dragging the show on and risking a dip in quality. I’m happy to see Lucifer end on a high note. Not to mention six seasons pretty damn good run. Take a look at the trailers posted below to watch for yourself…

Lucifer: The Final Season will premiere September 10th on Netflix

Doom Patrol Season 3 drops on HBO Max September 23rd

Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

PODCAST & TRAILER: Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Indiana Jones 5!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

  The new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife came out earlier this week, and it really got my nostalgia going into overdrive. Personally I thought it was a fantastic trailer and I love the way they’re going with it. You can check out the trailer for yourself right below. When I think about my favorite movies of all time, the films that I really connected with were movies like Ghostbusters, Jaws, Raiders of The Lost Ark. In fact, those might be my 3 favorite movies of all time. However I do love the other Indiana Jones movies. When I was a kid, I must’ve watched Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom, Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, at least 1000 times. I was completely obsessed with those films, especially Indiana Jones. Hell, I’m still in love with those movie.

   I really became a massive film fan when I was about 12. So it was unimaginably frustrating for a burgeoning film enthusiast to hear or read about sequels to Indiana Jones and Ghostbusters sequels that never got made, throughout the 90’s. At least we eventually got a 4th Indiana Jones movie, with a 5th on the way (I am well aware that, for many people, the 4th Indiana Jones movie was by no means a good thing). Personally, despite the films many flaws, I’m actually a big fan of Kingdom of The Crystal Skull. With an Indiana Jones 5 on the horizon and the exciting new direction of the Ghostbusters franchise with Ghostbusters: Afterlife, I’m definitely feeling good about the position of two of my favorite blockbuster movie franchises. Take a look at the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife for yourself right here: 

Here’s a great video where the film’s Director, Jason Reitman, son of original Ghostbusters Director Ivan Reitman, delivers a very interesting trailer commentary for the Ghostbusters: Afterlifer. Where he explains a bit of the backstory, the choices he made going into the movie, and what he was trying to accomplish with this new film. It’s really interesting and I highly recommend you watch this after checking out the trailer:

So on this episode of The World’s Best Podcast, we discuss the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, along with a deepdive into what makes the Ghostbusters and Indiana Jones franchises so fantastic! 

Listen here: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45889442  Or subscribe/listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Podchaser, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Google Podcasts, & Apple Podcasts/ITunes…

iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-worlds-best-podcast/id1246038441?i=1000530403517

Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/11mA9kClyevVZjWYMQB1Io?si=7TfnqkBiShqTQpZhh2UDsA

Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185563

OonThanks for listening! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

The New Trailer For DUNE Has Arrived… And It Is Glorious!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

The new trailer for DUNE from director Denis Villeneuve has arrived, and it is by far one of the best trailers I’ve seen in a long time. Especially considering that this was not a movie that I would consider one of my most anticipated of 2021. Normally, this level of excitement for a new trailer is reserved for something like the latest project from The MCU. Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, for example was one of my favorite trailers of the year. (That meta-human fight tournament at the end of the teaser, with Wong fighting THE ABOMINATION! HOLY SHIT!!!). Um, sorry… that got away from me there for a minute. Anyway, back to DUNE

Take a look at the new trailer right here:


This trailer is a masterpiece in and of itself. It is gorgeous. The cinematography, the colors, the music, all absolutely beautiful. June is being released by Warner Bros. who announced late last year that their entire 2021 film slate would be released in theaters and on HBO Max the same day. Given the context, I can see why they would make a decision like this. The announcement was made in late November, early December of last year, still in the middle of the pandemic. While vaccinations were on the horizon, they were by no means a certainty when Warner Bros. made this decision. Movie theater chains, and the film industry in general, were hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Other streaming services we’re beginning to experiment with releasing large scale films that would normally go straight to theatres. With no guarantees on the horizon, icing that Warner Brothers just wanted a way for their films to be seen by their audience. Many of the filmmakers attached to the movies that were being released in a vastly different way than normal, were very upset by this move on the part of Warner Bros. Denis Villeneuve in particular, was furious. The production company that produced DUNE along with some of Warner Bros most successful films like The Dark Knight Trilogy, Legendary Pictures, wanted to sever ties with the studio and possibly even take legal action. After seeing this trailer I can see why they had such a strong reaction.


I’ve had mixed feelings about the theater going experience over the last several years, so I‘ve been quick to embrace the concept of releasing some of the years biggest movies on streaming services. Having said that, even though I can watch DUNE for free from the comfort of my own home, I’ll be going out of my way to see this film opening weekend at the movie theater. This is the type of movie that begs to be seen on the big screen.


DUNE is based on the classic science fiction novel of the same name by author Frank Herbert. While the book is a seminal work of its genre, DUNE… is a tough read. I’ve always made it a point to read the classics of literature. DUNE is a must read for any sci-fi fan. However, personally, it took A LOT of will power to get through that book when I first read it in college. Even though DUNE is far from one of my favorite sci-fi novels, its easy to see that it has the potential to be an incredible movie.

DUNE is a epic with as much scope and complexity as Game of Thrones or Lord of The Rings. The story, characters, and mythology, all come together to form one of the most influential and celebrated stories in science fiction. If your a fan of the novels (yes, novel(s), DUNE is part of a series of books), you’ll notice specific moments and concepts in the trailer that are pulled straight out the novel. Denis Villeneuve put his own unique vision of the story on screen, yet the characters and story elements are unmistakably recognizable.

Speaking of characters, the cast is spectacular. They’re perfect casting choices, Jason Mamoa, Stellen Skarsgard, and Oscar Issacs, in particular. It’s like the characters popped off the page.

Warner Bros did a hell of a job putting this trailer together. DUNE has become one of my most anticipated movies of the year. Plus, who doesn’t like a giant sand monster?

DUNE debuts in theaters and on HBO Max on 10/22/21

Thanks for reading! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

NEW TRAILER & POSTERS: Titans Season 3!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

Ever since Titans first premiered on the DC Universe Streaming Service, I always felt it was a pretty underrated superhero show. It seemed to get a lot of criticism, that I think, it didn’t deserve. Even Season 2 was a big improvement on Season 1, in my opinion. My theory, is that the series is a fairly dark interpretation of the Teen Titans mythology. Titans premiered right around the time many fans were souring on what they believed was overly dark and grim tone of the DCEU movies like Man of Steel and BvS. Regardless, it’s not a perfect show by any means, but for me at least, Titans has always been an absolute blast. Season 3 looks to be the best yet, adding Scarecrow, Red Hood, Blackfire, and Barbara Gordon to an already fun ensemble of DC characters. The first two seasons are available now on HBO Max. I definitely recommend giving it a shot, especially if you’re a DC fan. Titans Season 3 premieres August 12 on HBO Max. Take a look at these cool promo images, and watch the new trailer right here:

This season also sees the debut of Tim Drake, the 3rd hero to take up the mantle of Robin (pictured below). Tim eventually comes into his own as The World’s Second Greatest Detective, Red Robin.

More character posters…

Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

PODCAST: LOKI Season Finale! FULL SPOILERS!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

Season 1 of Marvel’s LOKI has come to an explosive, MCU shattering conclusion! On this episode of The World’s Best Podcast, we’re here to breakdown all the big reveals, our favorite moments, where things go for Loki, Sylvie, Mobius, and all favorite characters, from here! (FULL SPOILERS for LOKI Season 1)

What did you think of Season 1 of LOKI? Did the finale stick the landing or were you a little disappointed? We’d love to hear you thoughts in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

As I mention in this week’s podcast, if you want to know what the deal is with “He Who Remains”: Who exactly is this guy? Who is he in the original Marvel Comics? What are the implications of “He Who Remains” being introduced into The MCU? What did he mean when he said “If you think I’m evil… Well, Just wait till you meet my… variants.”? I covered all this and more in this article, which you can read right here (Just make sure you’ve seen the LOKI Season Finale first):

MCU: Marvel Casts KANG THE CONQUEROR! Is This The New “Big Bad” Of The MCU?

Listen here: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45744650. Or subscribe/listen on Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Podchaser, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Google Podcasts, & Apple Podcasts/ITunes…

iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-worlds-best-podcast/id1246038441?i=1000529228561

Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/11mA9kClyevVZjWYMQB1Io?si=7TfnqkBiShqTQpZhh2UDsA

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185563

Thanks for listening! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

MOVIE REVIEW: Nobody

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

This week I finally got the chance to sit down and watch, what ended up being, my favorite action movie of the year. Considering how much I love The MCU, some of you might be thinking I’m talking about Marvel’s Black Widow, which opened this week. And yes, you can bet your ass that I went out my way to see Black Widow. Sure, I liked Black Widow. In fact we’re going to do an in-depth, spoiler-filled, deep dive into the film in a few days, but I’m not talking about Black Widow here. The movie that absolutely blew my goddamn socks off, easily one of my favorite movies of the year… was Bob Odenkirk’s Nobody.

 With a few notable exceptions, 2021 has been a relatively slow year for movies. Especially good movies. Which is why watching Nobody starring critically acclaimed actor and comedy legend Bob Odenkirk, was such a delight. Odenkirk has been working in Hollywood for decades, getting his start as a comedy writer. Over the last decade, he’s been best known for his role as sleazy lawyer, Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad, a series widely  regarded as one of the best in television history. Odenkirk reprised his role as the character again, in the nearly equally as lauded prequel series, Better Call Saul.

  Some might be surprised to see Bob Odenkirk out there doing his best John Wick impression, in a spectacular, action-thriller, like Nobody. However, anyone familiar with the man’s career and talent, shouldn’t find his ability to almost seamlessly step into such a different genre, all that unexpected. Like science-fiction and horror, comedic entertainers are rarely recognized properly for the level of talent it takes to succeed and excel in their genre. Time and again, some of our greatest comedic actors, like Jim Carrey or Robin Williams, have made incredible transitions into more dramatic work. Bob Odenkirk gave everything he had to make this movie work and make his character a believable and compelling bad ass. All of his hard work payed off, because it shows on screen. All the blood, sweat, and tears. By his own admission, this type of physical challenge didn’t come naturally to him. So he spent years working with some of the best stunt performers and martial artists in Hollywood to get him where he needed to be for the role. After watching the movie, his character Hutch Mansell, wouldn’t seem out of place frequenting The Continental, the assassins hotel in the John Wick series.

For those of you who don’t know, Nobody is the story of a seemingly milquetoast, mild mannered man, named Hutch Mansell. But underneath the facade of suburban dad, Hutch is much more than he seems. He’s married to a beautiful woman named Becca played by Connie Nielsen and they have two children together, a teenage son and a young daughter (His daughter  seems to be the only person in his life to show Hutch any kind of genuine love and respect). However, from the moment he wakes up every morning until he goes to bed at night, each day is an identical, soul crushing, never ending loop. His wife feels like a stranger and they haven’t fucked since God knows when. His teenage son doesn’t respect him, and Hutch spends his days working behind a desk, endlessly typing numbers into a spreadsheet. He’s a man going through the motions of life, but not actually living it.

   All that begins to change after a home invasion incident. The home invasion itself isn’t a big deal. They don’t kill his puppy and steal his car or anything like that. Hutch and his son walk in on a desperate couple wielding a gun isn’t even loaded, attempting to steal whatever they can from Hutch’s home. Hutch could have easily taken the intruders apart. He knows how easy it would be to kill the duo, but it seems like he almost pities them. Hutch allows the thieves to leave. In the aftermath, Hutch’s son and many of the other people around him, view him as a coward who failed to act in protection of his family, having no knowledge of the carnage Hutch is capable of. In the following days, something begins to reawakens in Hutch and it begs to be fed. Hutch may look like a “nobody”, but in truth he is a former CIA assassin. An extremely deadly and skilled assassin at that. He thought he left that life and that part of himself behind, to start a family and live a “normal“ life (whatever the fuck that is), but the beast inside Hutch has awakened and it is fucking ravenous.

Bob Odenkirk, who also produced the film, came up with the idea for Nobody after experiencing a home invasion in real life, similar to one we see in the film. Because of his long history as a comedy writer and performer, Odenkirk’s vision for this film was to play it completely straight, a brutal, hard-hitting action movie. He didn’t want to make a tongue-in-cheek movie, with a wink and a nod to the audience. He liked the idea that this isn’t the kind of role audiences wouldn’t expect to see him in. Bob has said that he really wanted to push himself in both mind and body, the challenge that this movie presented was nothing like anything he’d ever done before. Which was one of the reasons he found it exciting. 

   It takes awhile to put a movie like this together, so as a producer Odenkirk knew he had a few years to get himself ready while the film was being developed. He turned to 87Eleven Action Design, one of the best stunt teams in the business, and began intense stunt and martial arts training with them as early as November 2017. That’s some impressive commitment.

Some of the fight scenes in this film called to mind the brutality and realism of the Netflix Daredevil series, which is extremely high praise. The best example of this, and probably my favorite action sequence in the movie, is “The Bus Fight“. Like Matt Murdoch, Bob Odenkirk‘s Hutch isn’t a super soldier, he’s a man. An extremely fucking bad-ass man, but a man nonetheless. Which makes you really feel, every brutal kick, punch, and stab. “The Bus Fight“ is my favorite scene in the movie, for the same reason I really loved this film in general, it wouldn’t work unless Odenkirk was performing the predominant amount of the stunts himself. As I already mentioned once before, Bob knew that he wasn’t naturally inclined for this type of physical action, so you gotta respect the hell out of fact that he spent years, basically getting his ass kicked by bad-ass, career stunt men and martial artists to make himself ready and believable for the film. Even while working on other projects, like Better Call Saul, he continued to train and work his ass off. Oedenkirk and the stunt team seemed to really hit it off, as a result many of the stunt performers that Hutch fights in the film are the same guys who spent years working with Bob and teaching him how to fight. The rapport that developed over years of working with each other, makes it easier to push the envelope and make the action scenes as real as possible. The collaboration between the guys at Eighty Seven Eleven and Bob Oedenkirk really shines through in scenes like this.

  I want to give a special shout out to the director Ilya Naishuller. In the wrong hands,Nobody may not have worked as well as it did. He does a great job of using editing, blocking, and camera placement to help tell the story. He flawlessly uses the tools he has on hand to create the mood and tone necessary for any given scene. Whether it’s a car chase or a close quarters hand to hand fight sequence, he’s a brilliant action director. Naishuller seems equally as comfortable with the movie’s quieter, more emotional moments, a touching and honest scene between Hutch and Becca about halfway through the film comes to mind. As a relatively young filmmaker, Ilya Naishuller is definitely a director to keep your eyes on.

There’s so many things I love about this movie. I don’t want to get too much into spoiler territory but, for example there’s a massive action sequence that features Bob Odenkirk, RZA, and Christopher Lloyd fighting together, back to back, in a full blown, balls to the walls, battle to the death with the Russian mob. Who would ever think to put that trio together? It’s just another testament to the fun and ingenuity of thins film. It’s one of those moments that makes you think “Man, I’ve gone my whole life without realizing how much I needed to see this insane team up of Bob Odenkirk, RZA, and Christopher Lloyd kicking ass and taking names together. But now I’m watching it and it’s fucking GLORIOUS”. One of Nobody’s strengths is the great supporting cast, who each bring something interesting to the movie. Like RZA (who plays Hutch’s brother), who’s a lifelong student of martial arts and martial arts cinema. He’s directed a few martial arts films himself and even directed a few episodes of Marvel’s Iron Fist on Netflix. Then of course, there’s Christopher Lloyd who’s always a joy to see pop up in a movie and he’s exceptionally fun in this film as Hutch’s dad. Connie Nielsen as Hutch’s wife Becca, is talented as ever and somehow hasn’t aged a day since Gladiator. She and Bob Odenkirk have great chemistry together and share some movie’s best non-action scenes. Nielsen and Odenkirk have some touching and tender moments that are among the most important beats in the movie. 

If the film has a weakness, it’s the inevitable comparisons to John Wick. The John Wick films have become one of the most influential action franchises of the last decade. While there are certainly similarities, I think they’re mostly superficial and coincidental. John Wick is the gold standard for action films right now, so any film in the genre will of course draw comparisons to the franchise. I think the fantastic performance by Bob Odenkirk, the fight choreography, the stunts work, the supporting cast, and even some great music, makes Nobody stand head and shoulders above the rest. 

Bob Odenkirk absolutely fucking crushes it with Nobody . I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more successful 180 from an actor. He’s so goddamn impressive as a action bad-ass, that you almost don’t even notice he still giving an incredible performance throughout the entire film, action or no action. This a fantastic movie and a MUST WATCH! 

Nobody is available on Blu-Ray/4K, On Demand, ITunes, and digital download everywhere.

Thanks for reading! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

TRAILER: Marvel Studios’ WHAT IF?…

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

It’s an exciting week to be a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! LOKI on Disney+ is in full swing, with the season finale premiering next Wednesday. More significantly, this week sees the release of the long-awaited and much anticipated Black Widow film, starring the always incredible Scarlett Johansson. But those sly dogs over at Marvel Studios always want to leave us wanting more, so they dropped the first full trailer for WHAT IF?… their upcoming Disney+ series premiering in August. I was already excited for this project, now that I’ve seen the full trailer and I understand the ambition of where they’re going with this, I’m really psyched. So, take a look for yourself right here:..

Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul

PODCAST – Last Action Hero: A Cult Classic!

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

In the EPIC Crossover episode of The World’s Best Podcast and Cuff’s Basement! Hosts, Tim Cuff, Ryan McDonald, and I discuss the 90’s Schwarzenegger cult classic, LAST ACTION HERO! Though Last Action Hero is easily one Arnold’s most underrated films, the film was considered a failure and a major disappointment for the studio. The movie was considered a failure for several interesting reasons, which we discuss in detail on this episode.

Listen here: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45392952 Or subscribe/listen on Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Podchaser, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Google Podcasts, & Apple Podcasts/ITunes…

iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-worlds-bestpodcast/id1246038441?i=1000526348109

Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/11mA9kClyevVZjWYMQB1Io?si=7TfnqkBiShqTQpZhh2UDsA

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185563

Thanks for listening! Follow us on Twitter @PJWrightWBM, Instagram @worldsbestmedia2017, and our Facebook Page, Worlds Best Media. Those likes and follows, as well as iTunes reviews, go a long way to supporting World’s Best Media. We really appreciate the loyalty and support shown to us by our fans, so thanks again! Stay healthy and stay safe!

-Paul