During Bill McCormick’s weekly visit from the World News Center, he shared some exciting news for those with food allergies, and then gave us the breakdown on superhero movies coming out now through 2020.
Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center with more information about the Suicide Squad movie, including several exclusives and a possible breaking story about an incredible bit of casting.
During his weekly segment, Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center to give us more updates on Batman vs. Superman filming in Chicago, news about Suicide Squad casting, and how this podcast has taken on an international flavor. We also briefly revisit Bill’s controversial Thanksgiving story about how the beloved Squanto was actually a real jerkstore.
During Bill McCormick’s weekly segments, we’ve been so busy being educational and sharing information on all the new superhero movies that we’ve been neglecting all the stories from our favorite state. This week, we remedied that.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center used his weekly segment to talk about a team of Chinese scientists going to the moon, what’s happening on the Marvel Comics side of the movies, and giant methane bombs in Arizona that could blow things up real good.
Bill McCormick joined us for his weekly chat from the World News Center to give us an update on the Batman/Superman movie, what’s happening on the set of the new Fantastic Four movies (yep, plural), and also how 3-D printing technology could eradicate homelessness.
Whenever there is an uptick in cheese consumption, more people are killed by being strangled by their bedsheets. Bill shared these and other fascinating facts on his weekly visit from the World News Center, including a heartwarming story of how 16 high school students used information from last week’s segment to get a leg up on their science projects. Also, mentions of cleavage if that does anything for you.
Bill McCormick from The World News Center spent his weekly visit with The Big Wakeup Call talking more about the future of space travel. As in, like, November.