S2E14: The Weekly Bugle Vol 20 Assembled WandaVision & more

Welcome back to the Geek Girls’ Universe for The Weekly Bugle Vol 20. It’s been a relatively quiet week, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have something to talk about. Assembled: The Making of WandaVision debuted on Disney+, Wynonna Earp season 4 is in full swing, and we may have screened the first episode of a show you MIGHT know about. 

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The Weekly Bugle Vol 20

The Weekly Bugle Vol. 20

So WandaVision may be over but that doesn’t mean there was nothing new from Marvel this past week. First Assembled: The Making of WandaVision debuted on Disney+. Then Marvel shared the final trailer ahead of the premiere of Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

Assembled: The Making of WandaVision

Assembled: WandaVision took viewers behind the scenes of the show. It showcased each of the main characters and gave us all a glimpse into what they thought about being part of the first official MCU show.

Related: WandaVision Episode 9 Easter eggs and Breakdown

Did you know Paul Bettany wore a fake butt? Hilarious and true. The sets were designed and redesigned quickly to allow for the filming pace. Kathryn Hahn and Evan Peters were thrilled to be part of the MCU.

Related: WandaVision Cocktail The Darcy

This show required a lot from everyone involved and they delivered. This is a must-watch for any fan of the show.

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Wynonna Earp Season 4

Hands down one of our favorite shows on television, Wynonna Earp season 4 has finally come back from its mid-season break. In this latest episode, Andrew Phung’s Casey made his return as well.

Halloween in Purgatory, nothing could possibly go wrong right? What is actually going wrong is the fact that once again Wynonna is being ended after this season. We discuss the Earper fandom and our hopes that we can save this show–again.

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New York International Children’s Festival

New York International Children’s Festival (NYICFF) just wrapped up Sunday and we both had a great time (virtually) checking out all the features and shorts this festival had to offer. The NYICFF was founded in 1997 to support the creation and dissemination of thoughtful, provocative, and intelligent film for children and teens ages 3-18. The Festival experience cultivates an appreciation for the arts, encourages active, discerning viewing. It also stimulates lively discussion among peers, families, and the film community.

Hands down one of our favorite features was The Legend of Hei. The Legend of Hei, based on the web series from director MTJJ, combines fantasy-world building with gorgeous animation, humor, action, and the most adorable character ever maybe- Hei.

Related: The Legend of Hei Review

Another favorite was the shorts, especially the ones focused on breaking the binary. These films explore identity beyond gender binaries, as queer kids shape their own ideas of who they are, finding possibilities of joy and community along the way.

Related: Becoming Ourselves Breaking The Binary

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Falcon and The Winter Soldier Final Trailer and Theories

Marvel Studios dropped the final trailer for Falcon and The Winter Soldier ahead of its premiere this Friday.

From what we have seen it’s going to be epic but you should’ve already known that. Plus for all those negative nellies who complained about WandaVision starting too slow, they won’t have anything to say this time.

Falcon and Winter Soldier is an action-packed show. AKA MARVEL. The relationship between Sam and Bucky is golden, all the fun you are expecting after seeing them together in other films. And yeah get ready for a few tears too. Our full reviews will be dropping later this week when the embargo lifts. Until then… on your left. 

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