Ep160: It’s Peter Parker!

Jul 12, 2017 | Podcast episode, Podketeers

In this episode: This week we give our thoughts on Spider-man Homecoming possibly being the first billion dollar Spider-man film and whether Peter Parker appeared in Iron Man 2. Javier tell us about the dangers of riding swings and we give our thoughts on a petition created to save the redhead on pirates of the Caribbean.

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There’s been a debate on whether Peter Parker actually appeared in Iron Man 2. The idea has been a popular fan theory for many years but Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, confirmed to none other that Spidey himself, Tom Holland, that the fan theory was true. The scene in question is when a young boy is right smack in the middle of a battle at Stark Expo and he stands up to the drones while wearing his little Iron Man helmet (no fear). As he raises his hand the real Iron Man shows up and blasts the bot just moments before saying “Nice work, kid.” Check it out below and let us know what you think. Was this just an “easy way out” as Javier states or could this have been the plan all along but Marvel didn’t say anything because they didn’t own the rights to Spider-man. Leave your comments below.

More photos are surfacing of the Maui meet and greet at Shanghai Disneyland. We were very on board with the new Maui that recently debuted but a clearer photo was posted by @eberlematthew on Instagram and Maui looks exactly like a life-size Maui doll. What do you think? Does this change your mind about how you felt about him?

Watching music from Pixar films performed live is something special. In June, the Disney Parks blog announced a live stream of ‘The Music of Pixar Live! A Symphony of Characters’ live from Hollywood studios in Florida and not only featured some amazing music but some familiar friend stopped by too. The stream is about an hour  long and we have set the video below to start playing within a few seconds (Start was delayed by about 7 minutes and 30 seconds. Enjoy!

If you’re interested in signing the petition to save the Redhead on ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ (or at last checking it out), click here:


Until next time! °o°

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1 Comment

  1. Karina

    Hey guys! I won’t make this too long because I already posted my thoughts about this in the previous episode’s blog post, but I really just wanted to share a brief thought.

    Before I do, I just want to say that I in no way mean any disrespect or maliciousness with my thoughts; just expressing how I feel.

    That being said, I’m sorry but this petition is one of the silliest things I have ever heard of. People actually started a petition to “Save the Redhead”????

    One, she’s not going anywhere. She is staying there. She is just being repurposed. They are simply changing the character. If anything, they are making her a stronger character and her presence more relevant.

    Two, (and more importantly) I don’t think the folks behind this petition understand what change.org is for. It is intended to create CHANGE. And it was mainly created to enact social and political change: saving net neutrality, anti-bullying laws, stricter gun reform, immigration, health care reform, education . . . the list goes on and on. But to use this resource for something like a ride in an amusement park simply because you don’t like what is being altered seems like an abuse of something that is used correctly by people who want to make a difference. Especially when Disney has already made up their mind to move forward with the change. I mean, look at Tower of Terror. I was one of the people that was against the change (different reasons; different story for a different day) but even I thought creating a petition for that was ridiculous and a waste of time.

    Anyway, those are my thoughts on that subject. Thanks for another great episode!


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