Matthew Libatique on Capturing the Nightmare of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Today, after many weeks of drama, Don’t Worry Darling, the anticipated sophomore film for director Olivia Wilde is finally hitting theaters. And while the film itself is getting something of a mixed reaction, the one thing many can agree on is that the visuals are terrific. And part of that is the vision of Oscar-nominated, Filipino American cinematographer Matthew Libatique.

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‘Law & Order,’ ‘Organized Crime,’ and ‘SVU’ Stars Preview the Crossover Premiere Event

The new seasons of Law & Order, Law & Order: Organized Crime, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiere tonight on NBC. This will mark a historic crossover, bringing all three of the brand’s casts together for a special night on television. At the Law & Order Season Premiere red carpet, I discussed the event with Ice-T, Hugh Dancy, Danielle Moné Truitt, Octavio Pisano, Sam Waterston, Ainsley Seiger, and Camryn Manheim.

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NOC Review: ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is Not That Bad

I need to get something off my chest. We’ve gotten to a point where behind the scenes drama that has absolutely nothing to do with narrative, character, acting, etc. is affecting audience perceptions of movies, without audiences actually bothering to see a movie.

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Mariska Hargitay on the Power of Olivia Benson and ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’

Mariska Hargitay executive produces and stars as Captain Olivia Benson in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The new season premieres on Thursday, September 22 on NBC and marks a historic crossover event, bringing all three of the brand’s casts together for a special night. To celebrate, I covered the Law & Order Season Premiere red carpet and spoke with Hargitay!

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Naveen Andrews on What to Expect from His Role in ‘The Cleaning Lady’

With the premiere of The Cleaning Lady set for this Monday, little is known about what to expect for the series in its sophomore season. Thony (Elodie Yung) is dealing with Marco (Ivan Shaw) taking Luca at the end of last season after helping Arman (Adan Canto) take over Hayak’s (Navid Negahban) empire. But now, there seems to be a new foe added to the mix.

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Showrunner Chris Hollier Breaks Down the ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Series Finale

Chris Hollier serves as the Showrunner and an executive producer of Roswell, New Mexico, which premiered in 2019. You can stream new episodes of the sci-fi drama free the next day, only on The CW. This interview will include major spoilers for episode 4×13, “How’s It Going to Be.”

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Tyler Blackburn and Michael Vlamis Talk Malex’s Cosmic Love Story on ‘Roswell, New Mexico’

Tyler Blackburn and Michael Vlamis bring the beloved couple of Alex Manes and Michael Guerin to life on Roswell, New Mexico. The sci-fi drama premiered in 2019 and is currently finishing its final season. The series finale will air Monday, September 5 at 8pm ET/PT on The CW. This interview will include spoilers for episode 4×12, “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane.”

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New Motion Poster for ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Debuts

We’re getting closer to the release of Olivia Wilde’s sophomore feature, Don’t Worry Darling! And WB is counting down with the release of another new motion poster. The film, starring global treasure, Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, and Chris Pine, hits theaters September 23.

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‘Don’t Make Me Go’ Cast/Director on Telling a Universal Story about Parenthood and Grief

Talking about illness or death is not an easy subject for many families, especially for people of color. In Hannah Marks’ Don’t Make Me Go, John Cho plays Max, a single father who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness and is given less than a year to live.

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The Cast of ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Discuss Kugelblitzes and Season 3

The Hargreeves are back! And this season of The Umbrella Academy, they have some pretty stiff competition in the form of The Sparrow Academy! You may remember at the end of Season 2, after saving the world from yet another apocalypse, the family and Number 5 teleported themselves back into the present. Only now, due to the changes they’ve made to history, it was a completely different present than the one they are used to. They created an alternate timeline! Let the expletives fly!

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Check Out John Cho’s Father-Daughter Dramedy ‘Don’t Make Me Go’

We all love John Cho.

This site is a John Cho-love fest. He’s broken barriers and pushes for change in the industry for Asians in the diaspora. Not only that, he’s a pretty damn good actor too.

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Chrissy Metz Talks Bringing Kate’s Story to Life on ‘This Is Us’

Chrissy Metz has beautifully brought the character of Kate Pearson to life on screen for six seasons of NBC’s beloved family drama, This Is Us. The award-winning and critically acclaimed drama will air its series finale tonight at 9 PM ET.

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Jon Huertas on the Series Finale of ‘This Is Us’

While covering the 2022 NBCUniversal Upfront Red Carpet, I had the chance to speak with Jon Huertas. The actor portrays Miguel in the award-winning and critically acclaimed drama, This Is Us, which has its series finale tonight at 9 PM ET on NBC.

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Watch the Official Trailer for ‘Hustle’ Starring Adam Sandler

Netflix has just released the trailer and key art for Hustle, which will premiere on June 8. The inspirational new drama stars Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, Juancho Hernangómez, Ben Foster, Kenny Smith, Anthony Edwards, Jordan Hull, Maria Botto, Ainhoa Pillet, Raul Castillo, Jaleel White, Heidi Gardner, and Robert Duvall.

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Jon Huertas Discusses Special Miguel Centric Episode of ‘This Is Us’

Jon Huertas portrays Miguel in the award-winning and critically acclaimed drama, This Is Us. The beloved series is currently finishing its sixth and final season. New episodes of the final chapter air Tuesdays at 9 PM ET on NBC.

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Gavin Stenhouse on Evan’s Rogue Mission and Finding His Place on ‘Kung Fu’

It’s fair to say that Evan (Gavin Stenhouse) has had it rough on The CW’s Kung Fu. In the first season of the series, Evan’s had to deal with the return of his first love Nicky (Olivia Liang); the breakup with his longtime girlfriend; Nicky ultimately choosing Henry (Eddie Liu) over him; and, realizing how shady the District Attorney’s office, where he works, is.

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NOC Exclusive Clip: ‘This Is Us’ is Telling Us Miguel’s Story

This Is Us is finishing with its final four episodes and tomorrow night, viewers will get to see Miguel’s journey over the years. Written by Jonny Gomez and directed by Zetna Fuentes, “Miguel” will air May 3 at 9 PM on NBC. The Nerds of Color is thrilled to share this exclusive look at the new episode, which features Jon Huertas and Mandy Moore.

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Check Out Florence Pugh and Harry Styles in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Booksmart was one of the very best films of 2019, making it an incredibly terrific debut for first-time director, Olivia Wilde. Wilde crafted an absolutely hilarious film with a sharp script and star-making performances from Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein. She employed hilarious stop motion techniques and stylish indie sensibility with the feel of a classic teenage coming-of-age romp.

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