Pop Culture Cosmos #296- Fast X and Fantastic Four Lose Their Direction, The Winners and Losers of the NFL Draft, and Is This The End For Tokyo Vice?

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So much to go over in the cosmos as Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford have plenty to say when it comes to the departures of directors Justin Lin and Jon Watts from big-budget movies Fast X and Fantastic Four. What could have caused the split for both of these productions? The guys also try to figure out Activision’s confusing announcement the second time around for a Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and why old habits die hard when it comes to what works for CoD. Plus they share thoughts on Moon Knight’s very well-received episode five, is it time to return to the Halo series with episode six, and with season one concluding for HBO’s Tokyo Vice does Gerald think it deserves a second season? All this and Dawn Fobbs from the Mother Daughter-ISH podcast is back with a May TV update on shows ending in 2022 and a big success story for ABC in Abbott Elementary. Plus Dom and Chris Lardieri from the Dom-Ination Sports Nation drop by with thoughts on the Winners (and Losers) of this past weekend’s NFL Draft. And we can’t end the show without some last-minute hopes and predictions for this week’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

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