Here is our big movies episode where we talk at length about our top 10 most anticipated films for 2017. We chat ‘Last Jedi’ theories, why Guardians will be the biggest movie of the year, who will die/survive in Alien Covenant, and the very special guests that are set to appear in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Do you agree with us? Are we totally off the mark? Let us know in the comments or get in touch with us on @thelazycouch on twitter.
Don’t you hate it when you hail a Uber but the driver is nowhere to be found? Sounds far-fetched, doesn’t it? Well, Uber began trialling driverless cars in the city of Pittsburgh this week — That escalated fast! Google is also getting in on the action with its own ride-sharing service. It’s happening people!
As we wait for the Apple announcements next week, Fitbit has come out to launch their own upgraded products and they sure do look sexy. We also discuss what the future of Nexus phones may or may not be. Hmmm makes you think.
While Batfleck has been playing silly buggers by spreading rumours about a certain villain in the DC Extended Universe. This and so much more on episode 72 of The Lazy Couch.
San Diego is where it’s at this week with all the fanfare and geeky goodness coming out of the annual nerd fest that is Comic-Con. We flip out over the new Justice League teaser, Wonder-Woman doing the splits in her solo movie, Kurt Russell playing a living planet with a “space-dong” (sic), and the Wu-tang-ification of Marvel. Find out if Kelvin really is a Cumber-bitch, and Geoff may or may not try to impersonate Pikachu!
But first, we’ll cover some tech news for the week including the sale of Yahoo, Citymapper finally being directed to Sydney and Melbourne, and Elon Musk outlining his master plan without sounding too evil. This and so much more in this San Diego Comic-Con extravaganza of an episode.