In honor of Netflix’s Geeked Week, the Duffer Brothers have announced some new cast members who will be joining Stranger Things season 4. They shared a total of four new faces that we will be seeing as well as the characters they will each play.Continue reading “Check Out All the New Characters Joining Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’”
The new horror film trilogy hits Netflix in July and now we officially have a trailer! Fear Street Part 1: 1994 releases globally on July 2, Fear Street Part 2: 1978 on July 9, and Fear Street Part 3: 1666 on July 16.Continue reading “Watch the Official Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Fear Street’ Trilogy”
HBO Max’s Gossip Girl premieres on July 8, but that hasn’t stopped the icon from giving us some new content as we continue to count down the days. Jordan Alexander, Eli Brown, Thomas Doherty, Tavi Gevinson, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Zion Moreno, Whitney Peak, and Savannah Lee Smith will be bringing the new generation of New York private school teens to life, which includes getting spotted by Gossip Girl.Continue reading “‘Gossip Girl’ Has Spotted Some New Faces”
I realize I’ve only seen two episodes, but as of this moment, Loki is absolutely already my favorite of the Marvel Studios shows so far. Don’t get me wrong. WandaVision is incredibly original and ambitious.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Captain America and the Winter Soldier was relevant and politically aware. But after the first two episodes of each, I found myself questioning whether or not I loved the shows as much as the films. Yes it’s great to give us time to explore these characters as more than just B-members of The Avengers, playing second fiddle to the original six. But was it really going to give me the same feelings I got whenever I’d walk out of the cinemas after another rousing $200M budgeted 2-3 hour installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
B.K. Cannon stars as Dee in the dark comedy, Why Women Kill. The show’s new season premiered with its first two episodes on June 3. The remaining episodes drop weekly on Thursdays on Paramount+. I got to ask Cannon about the time period of the second season, Dee’s storyline, what drew her to the character, the importance of the female lens, and so much more! Keep reading to find out what she shared.Continue reading “NOC Interview: B.K. Cannon on the New Season of ‘Why Women Kill’”
Marvel President Kevin Feige didn’t know if they were going to expand Loki’s story after the character’s tragic death at the hands of Thanos in Infinity War. It was only until they brought the character back for Endgame that they realized there was a story behind bringing Loki back from the dead.Continue reading “Kevin Feige Knew He Wanted to Bring Loki Back During ‘Endgame’”
In the global press conference today for Marvel’s Loki, director Kate Herron and writer Michael Waldron revealed the style of the drama-crime series was inspired by the films, Se7en, Zodiac, and Silence of the Lambs. The series does have a dark aspect — muted colors around the series — which Herron used to highlight similar film noir aspects.Continue reading “Marvel’s ‘Loki’ Series Style Inspired By ‘Se7en’ and ‘Silence of the Lambs’”
The new MotorTrend series is an automotive-themed adventure that follows Kevin Hart and The Plastic Cup Boyz as they experience America’s classic car culture. MotorTrend Group is the largest automotive media company in the world, bringing together Discovery’s MotorTrend TV and a vast automotive digital, direct-to-consumer, social, and live event portfolio. It is meant to embrace, entertain, and empower the motoring world.Continue reading “Watch a Sneak Peek Clip of ‘Kevin Hart’s Muscle Car Crew’”
It’s been a long time coming for the celebrated actor Owen Wilson to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s hard to believe he’s never been in a Marvel film or television series. Having been part of the Disney family since 2006 in Disney Pixar’s Cars as the voice of Lightning McQueen, Wilson never really thought about being part of the MCU until he was pitched to by Loki director Kate Herron. Now, Wilson plays Time Variance Authority (TVA) agent, Mobius, who works with Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to stop a rogue variant from killing more of his Time Agents in Marvel Studio’s Loki.Continue reading “Owen Wilson Talks About Being in the MCU in New ‘Loki’ Featurette”
Netflix has finally announced the renewal of its second season of the hit series Shadow and Bone. The cast surprised fans with their own announcement of the renewal. Based on Leigh Bardugo’s worldwide bestselling Grishaverse novels, Shadow and Bone had more than 55 million member households watching the fantasy series in its first 28 Days. The series made the Top 10 list in 93 countries around the world and hit #1 in 79 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Germany, Russia, Spain, South Africa, and the U.S.
Showrunner, writer, and executive producer Eric Heisserer said in a press statement, “I’m honored and thrilled to return to the Grishaverse and continue the stories of these endearing characters, particularly Milo.”Continue reading “Netflix’s ‘Shadow and Bone’ Renewed for a Second Season”
Looking for your next binge-worthy show? Paramount+ has you covered! The streaming service from ViacomCBS combines live sports, breaking news, and a mountain of entertainment. It features an expansive library of original series, hit shows, and popular movies across every genre from world-renowned brands and production studios, including BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, and the Smithsonian Channel.Continue reading “Check Out What to Watch This June on Paramount+”
The official trailer and key art for Netflix’s new film, directed by Matt Thompson and written by Dave Callaham, has finally dropped! The talented voice cast includes Channing Tatum, Jason Mantzoukas, Olivia Munn, Bobby Moynihan, Judy Greer, Will Forte, Raoul Max Trujillo, Killer Mike, Simon Pegg, and Andy Samberg. America: The Motion Picture is produced by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Will Allegra, Channing Tatum, Peter Kiernan, Reid Carolin, Matt Thompson, Eric Sims, and Dave Callaham.Continue reading “Netflix Has Released the Trailer and Key Art for ‘America: The Motion Picture’”
Have you ever had a dream that you met a famous hot actor and instantly become inseparable?
Well, in the new HBO Max series Starstruck, Jessie (played by comedian Rose Matafeo), a millennial living in East London juggling two dead end jobs and navigating the awkward morning-after-the-night-before when she discovers the complications of accidentally sleeping with famous movie star Tom (Nikesh Patel). What she thought would become an amusing anecdote soon turns into something more, as the couple realize they can’t keep away from each other. The ensemble cast also includes Sindhu Vee, Emma Sidi, and Minnie Driver.Continue reading “British Romantic Comedy Series ‘Starstruck’ Coming to HBO Max”
Disney’s Launchpad: Shorts Incubator — a filmmaking program dedicated to amplifying underrepresented voices — celebrates six directors in its inaugural year to create a story centered on the theme of ‘Discover.’
One of the voices came from Los Angeles-based filmmaker Aqsa Altaf who wanted to capture what it meant to be a Muslin American. Growing up in Kuwait by Pakistani and Sri Lankan parents in a Muslim home, Altaf realized there were not many stories surrounding Muslim stories, especially positive ones that celebrates the culture. Instead, Altaf only saw negative stereotypes of Muslims in the media. She wanted to change all of that and became fascinated with telling diverse stories that reflected on subject matters that are universal.Continue reading “‘American Eid’ Director Aqsa Altaf on the Importance of Muslim Stories and Finding Her Voice”
Joi McMillion lives up to her name on a daily basis — you’ll rarely catch the Oscar-nominated editor with anything less than a smile. As the co-editor of Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, Joi became the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar for film editing and the proof is in the process. Joi and longtime friend and colleague Nat Sanders knew Barry from their time at FSU’s film program and have since established a long and successful working relationship together. After working on If Beale Street Could Talk, Joi took on a project she’s never worked on before: a television series on a streaming service.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Joi McMillion, Oscar-Nominated Co-Editor of Barry Jenkins’ ‘The Underground Railroad’”
We are SO excited to discuss Nida Manzoor’s We Are Lady Parts, a British series featuring a punk rock band of all Muslim women of color, including MENA women, premiering today on Peacock TV! What did we love particularly about this series, and how well does it handle representation? We also discuss the news of the additional Sandman for Netflix, including the Lebanese Razane Jammal, American Eid debuting on Disney+, and much more!
Happy Pride month everyone! Like most month-long celebrations of a minority group, Pride really is something we should be appreciating all year round. But a month with the spotlight shining on the LGBTQ+ community around the world is definitely something to get excited about.
We still have a long way to go before anyone can say that LGBTQ representation in media is as present as it is not, but if you’re looking for some incredible examples of Pride in entertainment, all you need is an HBO Max subscription.Continue reading “HBO Max Celebrates Pride 2021 By Shining A Light On LGBTQ+ Representation”
Ready to jump 10 years into the future? Paramount+ has just released the official trailer and key art for iCarly, which will star Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor, Nathan Kress, Laci Mosley, and Jaidyn Triplett. The revival will premiere with the first three episodes, while the remaining ones drop weekly, exclusively for Paramount+ subscribers.Continue reading “Check Out the Official Trailer and Key Art for Paramount+’s ‘iCarly’ Revival”
From creator Robia Rashid, Atypical‘s fourth season will include 10 half-hour episodes. Along with new first-look images, Netflix has also released the final season’s official premiere date and synopsis. The cast includes Jennifer Jason Leigh, Keir Gilchrist, Brig Lundy-Paine, Michael Rapaport, Amy Okuda, Jenna Boyd, Graham Rogers, Fivel Stewart, Nik Dodani, Tal Anderson, Domonique Brown, Naomi Rubin, Kimia Behpoornia, and Sara Gilbert.Continue reading “Here’s Your First Look at Netflix’s Final Season of ‘Atypical’”
Jesse Plemons is set to star opposite Elizabeth Olsen in the new Max Original limited series Love and Death as “Allan Gore.” Olsen was previously announced to portray “Candy Montgomery.” Love and Death is produced by Lionsgate. Executive producers include David E. Kelley (who will also write the series) through David E. Kelley Productions, Nicole Kidman and Per Saari through Blossom Films, Lesli Linka Glatter (director of the series), Scott Brown and Megan Creydt through Texas Monthly, Matthew Tinker, Michael Klick, and Helen Verno.Continue reading “Jesse Plemons Joins Elizabeth Olsen in the Max Original ‘Love and Death’”
Are you ready for your next Netflix adventure? The heroes from Trollhunters, 3 Below, and Wizards are teaming up to face a mysterious enemy in Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans. The movie will premiere on July 21.Continue reading “Get All the Details on Netflix’s ‘Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans’”
HBO Max has just released the first look teaser and character posters for the highly-anticipated Gossip Girl. The show explores just how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the intervening years. The new cast includes Jordan Alexander, Eli Brown, Thomas Doherty, Tavi Gevinson, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Zion Moreno, Whitney Peak, and Savannah Lee Smith.Continue reading “Check Out the Character Posters and First Look Teaser for HBO Max’s ‘Gossip Girl’”