You know I’m a sucker for stories featuring Asian Americans in the south. That’s why I created a whole podcast to highlight said stories. So you better believe I’ll be at the theater on September 17 when Focus Features’ Blue Bayou is released!Continue reading “See the Trailer for Justin Chon’s ‘Blue Bayou’”
Tenet is my favorite John David Washington film. There, I said it. Washington’s performance in the work he’s been featured in the last several years proves both his range as an actor but also his drive to further establish himself in the industry. His style is uniquely his own, with subtle hints to the performance magic that runs in the family. Netflix’s newest thriller Beckett has Washington in the fight of his life after a devastating accident forces Beckett to desperately trek across the country to the American embassy.Continue reading “Official Trailer for ‘Beckett’ Shows John David Washington in the Fight of His Life”
This summer, English majors of the world will be sure to journey to cinemas to see A24’s first foray into medieval fantasy with The Green Knight, David Lowery’s adaptation of the classic Arthurian poem. Check out the first teaser trailer!
On Hard NOC Life, Keith is joined by one of the stars of Warner Brothers’ upcoming Tomb Raider movie, Daniel Wu!
AMC’s Into the Badlands is in their second season and are going strong with their viewership, storyline, and martial arts. Unlike other series that attempts the martial arts genre, Into the Badlands’ stellar moves can be attributed to executive producer, and star of the series, Daniel Wu.
The Nerds of Color got a chance to sit down and chat with the actor about the second season and what makes the show so appealing to audiences.
I saw Ex-Machina a few months ago at a special pre-screening here in Los Angeles. Now that it’s out on video, I’m going to jump right in and address some points critics have made against how women — specifically women of color — are treated in the film. I disagree with many of these views and this is why.
Also, SPOILERS — and expletives — ahead. Consider yourself warned.