The trailer for Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon is now out, but very little is known about the film. Fortunately, Netflix invited several media outlets, including those of multicultural-based, to attend a special press event with director Zack Snyder himself.Continue reading “How Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon’ Pushes for Inclusion and Diversity”
Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon trailer is out, and it looks good!
Created by Snyder, Rebel Moon was initially meant to be part of the Star Wars universe, but was dropped due to Disney’s purchase of LucasFilm. He decided to continue with the project and spin it into his own new IP and worked with Netflix to do so.Continue reading “Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon’ Trailer is a Dark, R-Rated Science Fantasy”
Despite the tropical storm (and little earthquake), KCON Los Angeles successfully wrapped up its 11th year at the Los Angeles Convention Center and Crypto.com Arena with over 140,000 fans in attendance.Continue reading “KCON LA 2023 Was a Success!”
Strays had all the makings in becoming a successful film. Cute dogs? Check! Star-power voices? Check! Dogs that curse? Check!Continue reading “‘Strays’ Goes Straight to the Pound”
Hero origin stories can become a little formulaic — where the hero thinks of themselves as a “nobody” but through the power of his loved ones and emboldened by tragedy, they prevail. The thing is that these formulas work. Everybody likes seeing the little guy win. Jaime Reyes (Xolo Maridueña) as Blue Beetle is no exception.Continue reading “Family is Everything in ‘Blue Beetle’”
Chainsaw Man fans, rejoice!
There’s a collaboration that, not only celebrates Chainsaw Man, but also is practical to use for every day life. CASETiFY, the popular global tech accessory brand, has teamed up with the equally popular anime series Chainsaw Man.Continue reading “CASETiFY & ‘Chainsaw Man’ Collab Celebrates Pochita and Special Division 4 Devil Hunters”
The poster for the upcoming comedy Quiz Lady, starring Awkwafina and Sandra Oh, has finally dropped. It was first announced in June of last year that Oh and Awkwafina have teamed up as a sister duo.Continue reading “New Poster for ‘Quiz Lady’ Starring Awkwafina and Sandra Oh”
There is something to be said about movies that know their own ridiculousness and fully embrace it. The Sharknado films, Snakes on a Plane, and just about all B-grade monster movies know they need a hero, greedy antagonists, and a deadly monster. Meg 2: The Trench, the sequel for 2018’s The Meg – based on the popular books by Steve Alten, does just that.Continue reading “‘Meg 2: The Trench’ is a Summer Blockbuster to Sink Your Teeth Into”
It’s nearing the end of Shark Week, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Shark Week celebrates sharks in all of their forms in TV and film. From the very first Jaws (1975) to the upcoming blockbuster sequel The Meg 2: The Trench (releasing on August 4), these movies have sensationalized the danger of sharks and the deep blue sea.Continue reading “Celebrate Shark Week With These Shark Movies!”
Paramount+ has officially released the trailer and key art for the all-new YA film Love in Taipei.Continue reading “Paramount+’s ‘Love in Taipei’ Trailer Will Give You the Feels”
It’s no surprise that BTS ARMY, the fandom name for the global superstars BTS, noticed Ryan Gosling, as Ken from the new Barbie movie, wearing an outfit very similar to Jimin’s Permission to Dance outfit.Continue reading “‘Barbie’ Star Ryan Gosling Offers BTS’ Jimin a Gift”
When Apple TV+ first announced an adaptation of the hit manga The Drops of God, there was a little hesitation on adapting a story based on Japanese characters by changing the main character to a French woman. In hindsight, with France being the creators and largest producers of wine and the series being set around gastronomy and fine wine, it just made sense. Fortunately, the series is really well done — despite minor changes from the original source material.Continue reading “Apple TV+’s ‘Drops of God’ is Good to the Last Drop”
Disney California Adventure has a new show at the Hyperion Theatre and it’s one that was born from a silly gag from Disney+’s Hawkeye. In the series, Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) takes his kid to see a Broadway musical in New York called Rogers: The Musical – the story of Captain America and the Avengers. Clint makes fun of the musical as there is a scene depicting the Battle of New York, with a song called “Save the City” (written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman).Continue reading “‘Rogers: The Musical’ Creatives Wanted to Focus on Steve and Peggy’s Love Story”
The latest episode of Hulu’s How I Met Your Father, “Working Girls” — out tomorrow — has Sophie (Hilary Duff) and Ellen (Tien Tran) working on a project together; Sid (Suraj Sharma) visiting Hannah (Ashley Reyes) in LA; and, Charlie (Tom Ainsley) and Val (Francia Raisa) trying to prevent Jesse’s (Christopher Lowell) ill-fated psychic reading from coming true.Continue reading “‘How I Met Your Father’ Exclusive Clip: Jesse Gets A Bad Psychic Reading”
Are you ready for a music competition?!
The Nerds of Color have received an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming episode of Disney+/ Disney Channel’s new original animated series Hailey’s On It. In the episode called “Splatter of the Bands,” Hailey must decide between perfection and fun in order to win a local music festival.Continue reading “‘Hailey’s On It!’ Exclusive Clip: Sing a Sea Shanty!”
It’s World Tetris Day!
In honor of the day that inventor created the game in 1984, Apple TV+ wanted to release a special video tied to their recent released film, Tetris. Very fitting with the gaming/AI theme, global K-pop sensation, asespa, teamed up with the film for a song — “Hold On Tight.”Continue reading “Happy World Tetris Day with Apple TV+ and aespa!”
It’s the last day of AAPI Heritage month, Lionsgate gifted audiences with special character posters from their new comedy, Joy Ride. The posters speak for themselves on each of their unique personalities. The four main characters consists of Audrey (Ashley Park), the responsible one; Lolo (Sherry Cola), the mouthy fun one; Kat (Stephanie Hsu), the almost-famous one; and, Deadeye (Sabrina Wu), the chaotic — and unexpected — one.Continue reading “‘Joy Ride’ Celebrates Individuality with Character Posters”
Vehicle designer Dala Elsheikh grew up playing with Hot Wheels. She never expected she would be working with them as an ambassador to the brand, let alone judging a Hot Wheels Competition on national television.Continue reading “Dalal Elsheikh on Judging NBC’s ‘Hot Wheels: Ultimate Challenge’ and the Changing Auto Industry”
Anna Cathcart didn’t expect her character Kitty in Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before to explode the way it did. She had played the charismatic matchmaker for three films and it looks like Netflix couldn’t get enough of Kitty. Now Cathcart returns as the title character on her own series, X.O. Kitty.Continue reading “Anna Cathcart is Ready for the Spotlight in ‘X.O. Kitty’”
It’s finally here! How I Met Your Father returns tonight with episode 12 “Not A Mamma Mia,” and we have an exclusive clip from the episode to share!Continue reading “‘How I Met Your Father’ Exclusive Clip: Sophie Searches For Her Father”
There is a lot to be said about a show that is entertaining but also packs a punch when it comes to relatability. Disney Channel’s The Ghost and Molly McGee (and Disney’s Amphibia) has always been the show for me, growing up in a Thai American household.Continue reading “‘The Ghost and Molly McGee’ Exclusive Clip: “Molly Culture Cram””
Rachael Leigh Cook is no stranger to romantic comedies. She starred in the hit teen rom-com She’s All That and became the princess of the genre, now working with Hallmark and Netflix as both an actress and producer on the 2020 film Love, Guaranteed and this week’s rom-com A Tourist’s Guide to Love.Continue reading “Rachael Leigh Cook on Keeping it Authentic for ‘A Tourist Guide to Love’”
Academy Award winner Ke Huy Quan and Emmy-nominated actress Sandra Oh will be honored at the second annual Gold House Gala in May.Continue reading “Gold House to Honor Sandra Oh, Ke Huy Quan, Iman Vellani, and More at Annual Gala”