Ep139: It’s not the Power Glove

Feb 15, 2017 | Podcast episode, Podketeers

In this episode: This week we talk about getting a peek under the covers of the upcoming 'Mission Breakout', we get a behind-the-scenes of Infinity War and we talk about how people might be affected if Disney got rid of the monthly payment option for their annual passes.

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Congratulations, Michelle!

Michelle was the winner of the Belle Funko giveaway!

Big thanks goes out to everyone that entered!

This last week photos began to surface of sneak peek of the new Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout! structure. We don’t really feel that this was an accident, either. We think this a way to start getting people used to seeing the new facade of the structure especially due to the backlash of fans on social media when they found out that their beloved Tower of Terror would be heading into Yesterland. What do you think of the new look so far? Leave your comments down below!

Some viewers (mainly Javier) of Marvel’s Civil War film left the theater thinking “nothing was resolved” but when you look at the big picture of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), Civil War ended the way that it needed to (even if they did stray away from the comic series). Although the film isn’t scheduled to be released until May 4, 2018, a new behind-the-scenes video for Infinity War got a lot of people excited for something that has been building for 16 years.  Check out that video below.

In the new film, Thanos will be the main threat to the Avengers and he uses something called ‘The Infinity Gauntlet’. The Infinity Gauntlet was created when Thanos took the 6 Infinity Gems  and placed them on his glove. This gave him the ability to master time, space, mind, soul, reality and power. Having those abilities, he can do anything that he wants. The 6 issues series was critically acclaimed when it was first released back in 1991. Due to the changes made to films for time, story, etc., it’s going to be interesting to see how much is left out or changed in this film.

This last week a rumor circulated that the Disney Company was going to discontinue the ability to purchase an annual pass on a monthly payment plan. We don’t really like to give a lot of attention to rumors but this one sparked an interesting question:

“If Disney eliminated monthly payments for APs, how would it affect your park going experience.?”

Almost immediately after posting we started to get responses. Check out the thread below.

Looks like Mission Breakout is breaking out of its tarp!! 😱(waited a whole day to say that, haha) I am ready for new adventures and new memories! 💛🎉

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As of the publication of this episode the rumor has turned out to be false. Now, this doesn’t mean that it won’t/can’t happen in the future, it just means that purchasing your AP will still be available. As it stands, the Signature and Signature+ passes will be the same price but other ticket have gone up slightly. Check out the image below.

Looks like Mission Breakout is breaking out of its tarp!! 😱(waited a whole day to say that, haha) I am ready for new adventures and new memories! 💛🎉

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Until next time! °o°

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1 Comment

  1. Karina

    Hey guys! Thanks for another great episode. I really enjoyed listening. However there are a couple of things I have to clarify. One, because I’m OCD, and two . . . see reason one. 🙂

    The first one has to do with Marvel. You discuss the new Avengers film and the Infinity Gauntlet, and then the conversation turns to movie meetups. Then Thor is mistakenly mentioned as the next film to be released in the MCU. That is unfortunately incorrect. Guardians of the Galaxy Volume: 2 is actually out first. In May of this year, as a matter of fact. Ironically enough, you mention GOTG earlier in the episode when you talk about the “ride formally known as The Tower of Terror.” (still not over it, can you tell?)

    The second topic has to do with the section about Beauty and the Beast and the different actresses discussed. Javier mentions that Lily Collins would be his pick, (#TeamEmma, by the way) and says she is the actress from Cinderella. However, Lily Collins was never in the live action version of Cinderella. You all have her confused with Lily James. The only fairy tale film Lily Collins was in was “Mirror, Mirror,” a version of Snow White that also featured Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen. However, this was not a film made by Disney. This was a simple case of mistaken identity!

    Anyway, just wanted to point those out, but as I said before, it was another great episode! Looking forward to the next one! Much love, K.


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