On the latest episode of The Comic Section Podcast, we delve into some intriguing topics. One major report has emerged suggesting that the 2023 Emmy Awards might be delayed until the following year due to the ongoing strikes by SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America. This development has raised concerns in the entertainment industry, prompting Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger to express his worries in a CNBC interview on Thursday morning. He described the strikes as "very disturbing" and emphasized their potential to severely impact the entire business.
In response to Bob Iger's statements, actress Fran Drescher commented that she finds his perspective unrealistic, especially considering his daily earnings of $78,000. The strikes have been a contentious issue, and opinions on the matter differ greatly.
Meanwhile, Netflix has made adjustments to its financial projections amid the ongoing strikes. Citing reduced spending due to the strikes, the company has increased its estimate of free cash flow by an impressive $1.5 billion dollars.
In the comic book world, exciting news awaits as The Marvels star Iman Vellani is set to write a new Ms. Marvel comic. Fans can look forward to seeing her creativity shine in this new venture.
During the episode, we also provided previews of movie trailers from "A Haunting In Venice", "One Love", and "The Creator". These upcoming films promise to bring thrills, horror, and intrigue to the silver screen.
Additionally, our hosts shared their reviews of Dragonball Super: Superhero and Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One, offering their thoughts on these highly anticipated films.
Be sure to tune in to The Comic Section Podcast to catch all the latest updates, discussions, and insights from the world of comics, movies, and entertainment.