It’s time for another mystery folks, and Benoit Blanc, last of the gentleman sleuths, is back on the case! Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is hitting select theaters just in time for Thanksgiving, and to celebrate, we want to take you guys into all the fun and mystery from the film’s global press conference.Continue reading “Unravelling the Mysteries of ‘Knives Out’ at the ‘Glasss Onion’ Press Conference”
Benoit Blanc is back! And once more, he’s investigating another shocking mystery with a group of unsavory suspects aboard an eccentric billionaire’s glass onion in Greece; words that would only make sense in a Rian Johnson whodunnit. Among this cadre of characters is Peg (Jessica Henwick), the long suffering assistant of fashion icon Birdie Jay (Kate Hudson), and Whiskey (Madelyn Cline), the girlfriend of gun-enthusiast and alt-right male-rights activist, Duke (Dave Bautista).Continue reading “Peeling Back the Layers of ‘Glass Onion’ with Jessica Henwick and Madelyn Cline”
How great is it that we have a Benoit Blanc cinematic universe? Given the major critical and commercial hit that Knives Out was, it was easy to see why the demand for more adventures with Daniel Craig’s super sleuth were inevitable.Continue reading “NOC Review: The Knives are Out and Sharper Than Ever in ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’”
We’re gearing up to the debut of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, coming November 23 for one week to theaters, and to Netflix on December 23! The star-studded follow up to Rian Johnson’s smash 2019 hit, Knives Out features a a new whodunnit with the cheeky Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), this time set at a remote location in Greece with a new ensemble of wacky suspects.Continue reading “New Trailer for ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Debuts”
Mike Flanagan serves as co-creator, writer, director, and executive producer with Trevor Macy also executive producing The Midnight Club. All episodes of season 1 are currently streaming on Netflix. At New York Comic Con, I had the opportunity to speak with the talented creatives!Continue reading “Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy Talk Netflix’s ‘The Midnight Club’ at NYCC”
Millie Bobby Brown, who is a producer as well, Henry Cavill, and Helena Bonham Carter are all back for Netflix’s Enola Holmes 2, which is based on the Enola Holmes Mysteries books by Nancy Springer. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, the film will also star Louis Partridge, Adeel Akhtar, David Thewlis, Susan Wokoma, and Sharon Duncan-Brewster.Continue reading “Watch the Official Trailer for ‘Enola Holmes 2’ Starring Millie Bobby Brown”
I’m incredibly excited for Rian Johnson’s follow up to Knives Out, which was one of the most fun original films to come out of 2019!Continue reading “New Trailer for ‘Glass Onion’ Sets Up All the Puzzle Pieces”
In a very exciting surprise from this morning, writer/director Rian Johnson (Knives Out, Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) took to social to announce the title for the highly anticipated sequel to Knives Out!Continue reading “The Knives are Back Out: ‘Glass Onion’ is the Official Title for the Upcoming Sequel”
Rosie Dwyer brings the character of Alex to life on The A List. The show first premiered in 2018 on BBC and was then picked up by Netflix. The second season just hit the streaming platform on June 25, 2021 and continued the mystery that left fans on the edge of their seat in season 1. The A List is definitely the binge-worthy supernatural teen drama you’ve been craving.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Rosie Dwyer Discusses the New Season of Netflix’s ‘The A List’”
Lisa Ambalavanar stars as Mia in The A List. The show first premiered in 2018 on BBC and was then picked up by Netflix. The second season just hit the streaming platform on June 25, 2021 and continued the mystery that left fans on the edge of their seat in season 1. The A List is definitely the addictive supernatural teen drama you’ve been searching for.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Lisa Ambalavanar Talks All Things ‘The A List’”
Hulu’s new original Only Murders in the Building, had many waiting on the edge of their seat for news and now, we finally have some! The series will premiere on August 31 with weekly release and based on the teaser trailer that was also just released, it’s safe to say that Only Murders in the Building will definitely be worth the wait.Continue reading “Get All the Details of Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’”
Allius Barnes takes on the role of the loyal and loveable Vince Fuller — Jeannette and Mallory’s best friend in Freeform’s newest psychological thriller. I got to speak with the actor all about episode 3 of the series, “Off With a Bang,” before it aired so beware: we will be getting into spoilers. New episodes of Cruel Summer air Tuesdays at 10 PM EDT/PDT on FreeForm and are available the next day on Hulu.Continue reading “Allius Barnes Discusses the Most Recent Episode of ‘Cruel Summer’”
That’s right, you do not have to wait ’til December’s release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker to hear from Kelly Marie Tran, because she stars in Passenger List, a new mystery thriller podcast arriving today from Radiotopia! Our favorite Space Asian actor voices the lead character Kaitlin Le in this fictional narrative involving “a missing plane, a cabin full of suspects, a search for truth.”
On the morning after his 85th birthday party, acclaimed mystery writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead in his study, a cut carotid and blood splashed everywhere. His family, a classic Christiean cast of characters, are all waiting to find out the contents of his will. It’s with this well-known whodunit premise that Rian Johnson’s uproariously hilarious Knives Out begins.
For parents who know a little about me but don’t really know who I am, the conversation starts something like this: “My [son/daughter] tells me that your daughter is one of the best readers in class. She’s always reading… I also heard that you were really into… comic books, superheroes, and things like that. Is this true?” I proudly proclaim that comic books were instrumental in my becoming a voracious reader, and that I used comics and graphic novels to instill in my daughter and intense love of reading, creativity, and fantasy world-building. I explain that since reading comics and YA fantasy/adventure books, my daughter’s imagination is incredibly expansive and that her being able to make-believe is a value that I and her mother share.
They are usually intrigued by now.