Super Smack’s Journey to Reclaim Cuteness

It’s been well over a year since I met Super Smack in our last interview for his song “Black and Gold” featuring Mega Ran, and we’ve talked and hung out several times after. So when he approached me about interviewing him for the singles off his new project, I was a bit hesitant at first, but my curiosity and excitement won out. I’m happy to say that this is the first of many short interviews with Super Smack for each of his upcoming singles and debut album. 

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Showrunner Eric Wallace on the Beginning of the End of the ‘The Flash’

CORRECTION 2/7/2023, 6:05 PM: An earlier version of this article incorrectly quoted Mr. Wallace as saying “All the Legends [of Tomorrow] at least are all going to appear in an episode.” There is no confirmation of all the Legends returning in The Flash.

As The Flash approaches its ninth and final season, we are happy to have showrunner Eric Wallace back on to discuss what Flash fans can expect in the final season!

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Ian Bohen on Returning for ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ and the Beloved Series

Ian Bohen is one of the OG actors to reprise their role in Teen Wolf: The Movie, which is now streaming on Paramount+. For six seasons, he played Peter Hale, the character that fans love to hate.

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‘Ginny & Georgia’ Creator Sarah Lampert and Sara Waisglass on Max’s Season 2 Journey

Nearly a month after its sophomore season release, Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia continues to dominate the Top 10 charts. The comedy-drama series revolves around the eccentric Georgia (Brianne Howey) and her teenage daughter, Ginny (Antonia Gentry), as they aim to start a new life in the idyllic small town of Wellsbury, Massachusetts. However, Georgia’s got more than a few skeletons in her closet. Like a cross between Gilmore Girls, Big Little Lies, and something else entirely, the series packs in romance, teen angst, family drama, and murder. 

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‘That ’90s Show’ Star Reyn Doi on Ozzie’s Storyline and Advice Wilmer Valderrama Gave Him

We all know Reyn Doi didn’t grow up in the ‘90s. Heck, Doi wasn’t even born yet when the original series That ‘70s Show was even on television in the ‘90s to its conclusion in 2006. He was born three years after that. Yet, the 14-year-old actor felt a connection to his ‘90s counterpart Ozzie in the new Netflix revival That ‘90s Show.

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Pornsak Pichetshote Brings His Thai American Perspective to DC’s ‘Dead Boy Detectives’

When I first ran into writer Pornsak Pichetshote to talk about his latest DC Comics series The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives, he was nervous about the conversation that would come up — especially since I texted him prior that I had a lot to say after receiving an early copy of the first issue. Pichetshote and I have known each other for years in the same Thai American entertainment circles. So, when I was alerted he was penning the next Dead Boy Detectives comics surrounding Thai culture and the Thai American community, I knew I had to talk to him about it.

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Jennifer Coolidge and Steve Coulter Talk ‘Shotgun Wedding’

Jennifer Coolidge is having a banner year, and it’s only January! Not only did she just win a Golden Globe for her work on The White Lotus, she is also currently starring, alongside Steve Coulter, in Shotgun Wedding, which is now streaming on Prime Video. I had the opportunity to speak with the duo about their favorite elements of the film and genre!

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Holland Roden and Shelley Hennig Discuss ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’

Teen Wolf premiered back in 2011 and ran for six seasons, ending in 2017. Holland Roden and Shelley Hennig return as Lydia Martin and Malia Tate in Teen Wolf: The Movie, which is now streaming on Paramount+.

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Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed Talk Scott and Allison’s Happy Ending in ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’

Teen Wolf premiered back in 2011 and ran for six seasons, ending in 2017. Tyler Posey starred in the series since the pilot as Scott McCall and fans fell in love with Crystal Reed’s Allison Argent, who we heartbreaking lost in season 3. However, they both reprise their roles in Teen Wolf: The Movie, which is now streaming on Paramount+.

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Jordan Alexander Discusses Season 2 of ‘Gossip Girl’ and What to Expect From the Finale

Jordan Alexander stars as Julien Calloway in Gossip Girl. The season two finale, which will now also serve as the series finale, premieres Thursday, January 26 on HBO Max.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar and the Cast of ‘Wolf Pack’ Preview Their New Supernatural Series

Wolf Pack, which is based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, premieres on Thursday, January 26, exclusively on Paramount+. To preview the series, I spoke with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who also serves as an executive producer, Rodrigo Santoro, Chloe Rose Robertson, Tyler Lawrence Gray, Bella Shepard, and Armani Jackson!

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The Stars of ‘Bel-Air’ on Black Excellence and Representing for the Culture

A cloudy evening over The Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena did nothing to hide the high spirits inside The Tap Room — the resort’s cocktail bar and lounge — where the cast of NBC/Peacock’s NAACP award-nominated series Bel-Air came both to cool down and celebrate, post red carpet, after a long day of photos and interviews just an hour earlier.

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Sony’s ‘Missing’ Highlights How Society Responds to Missing Black Women

Missing executive producer Sev Ohanian said it’s great seeing this movie with an audience after I told him this would be my first viewing of the film at the special CAPE and Product of Culture screening. And, it was.

From the creative minds of the 2018 critically-acclaimed film Searching, Missing follows the same technological format as its predecessor, filled with unexpected twists and turns that are amplified with audiences’ gasps.

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‘Plane’ Stars Daniella Pineda and Remi Adeleke Discuss the Film’s Depiction of Filipinos

Plane hit theaters this past weekend. And if you’re interested to see what we thought of the film, feel free to check out our review here. While it’s no surprise that I’m personally not the movie’s biggest supporter, I do still admire the talent and work of its stars, and was given the opportunity to speak with Daniella Pineda and Remi Adeleke about the movie.

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Deconstructing ‘M3GAN’ with Screenwriter Akela Cooper

She Tiktok danced her way into our hearts, before brutally cutting down people with the blade of a paper cutter guillotine. Yes, I’m talking about M3GAN, the homicidal A.I. doll/singer/dancer that has taken the country by storm, grossing $30M domestic on a $12M budget this past weekend, and a 95% Rotten Tomatoes score. But where did the insanely loyal robot get her start? Only screenwriter Akela Cooper knows!

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Protecting ‘The Last of Us’ with Star Gabriel Luna

When you’re Gabriel Luna, and you’ve already been a Terminator and a Spirit of Vengeance, what’s the next logical phase in your life? How about surviving a hostile post-apocalyptic wasteland of zombies, cannibals, and marauders! Luna plays Tommy Miller in the new HBO adaptation of the Naught Dog masterpiece video game The Last of Us. And we were fortunate enough to speak with him about the series and his role as Tommy.

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Mindy Kaling and Charlie Grandy Talk Their New Animated Series, ‘Velma’

Velma is executive produced by showrunner Charlie Grandy and Mindy Kaling, who also voices the titular character. The first two episodes of the thrilling adult animated comedy series are now streaming on HBO Max!

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Dylan Sprayberry and Khylin Rhambo Reflect on Their Friendship, Fans, and ‘Teen Wolf’

MTV’s Teen Wolf premiered back in 2011 and ran for six seasons, ending in 2017. Dylan Sprayberry and Khylin Rhambo joined the series as Liam Dunbar and Mason Hewitt in season four. They will both be reprising their roles in Teen Wolf: The Movie, which begins streaming Thursday, January 26 on Paramount+.

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