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ISSUE #260 (Venom 3, Legend Of Zelda Film, & More)

In this week's new issue of The Comic Section Podcast, the hosts dive into a variety of entertainment news and updates.

The episode kicks off with a discussion on this year's Golden Globes Award winners. The hosts likely explore the highlights, surprises, and notable moments from the ceremony, sharing their thoughts on the winners and the overall vibe of the event.

A significant achievement is celebrated as Storm Reid is recognized as a newly minted Emmy winner, securing the Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her work on HBO's "The Last of Us." The hosts likely discuss Reid's talent and the impact of her win on the entertainment industry.

Paramount's expansion of the 'Star Trek' universe with a new film is another hot topic. The hosts probably share their excitement about the continued growth of the iconic sci-fi franchise and discuss potential directions for the upcoming film.

Tom Hardy's return as Eddie Brock in "Venom 3" is a highly anticipated event, and the hosts discuss the first glimpse shared by Sony Pictures. They likely share their thoughts on what fans can expect from this installment of the Venom series.

Exciting developments in video game adaptations are covered as Sony Pictures announces co-production for Nintendo's "The Legend of Zelda" live-action film and the upcoming God of War series. The hosts likely explore the potential for success in adapting these beloved gaming franchises to the screen.

Tom Cruise signing a deal with Warner Bros. to develop and produce original and franchise films is another headline. The hosts probably speculate on what this collaboration might bring to the entertainment landscape.

On a different note, the Warner Bros. Discovery-backed streamer cancels its comedy series "Our Flag Means Death" after a two-season run. The hosts likely discuss the factors contributing to the cancellation and the series' reception among viewers.

The trailer preview segment offers glimpses of "Alexander: The Making of a God" and "The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Lives," with the hosts sharing their initial reactions and expectations for these upcoming projects.

The episode concludes with the review segment, featuring Jason's thoughts on Netflix's "The Brothers Sun" and Ant's review of the film "Saltburn." These reviews provide valuable insights for listeners seeking recommendations for their watchlist.

Tune in to this week's episode of The Comic Section Podcast for a comprehensive breakdown of these topics, engaging discussions, and insightful reviews!

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