Laci Mosley stars as Harper in the new Paramount+ series iCarly. New episodes of the 13 episode first season release Thursdays on the streaming platform. The show has also already been renewed for a second season. Mosley is known for A Black Lady Sketch Show as well as her podcast Scam Goddess.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Laci Mosley Discusses All Things ‘iCarly’ on Paramount+”
It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins here at The NOC. And to celebrate the movie’s release, we’re giving away free tickets and Snake Eyes-branded apparel! And all you have to do is follow us on social and subscribe to our channel — where we’ve been posting awesome Snake Eyes content!Continue reading “Follow Us for the Chance to Win a ‘Snake Eyes’ Prize Pack”
Keith is solo on Hard NOC Life this week as he talks to Snake Eyes star, Henry Golding from an interview recorded in May (for this article). Then, he’s joined by FDI Cast’s Jamie Noguchi and Brandon Chalmers, plus fellow NOC, Will West to share their instant reactions at a private Snake Eyes screening this weekend before Keith offers some extended thoughts on the movie he’s been waiting 40 years for.Continue reading “Hard NOC Life 227: ‘Snake Eyes’ Speaks (with Henry Golding)”
Disclaimer: I would like to apologize in advance to everyone out there who is a huge G.I. Joe fan, because you’re about to read a review from someone who isn’t a hardcore fan. I have heard mixed things about the film from a hardcore fan perspective, and I know some of the fans aren’t happy the mythology was changed. I would like you to know that if that’s the case, I’ve been there.Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Snake Eyes’ is a Win for the ‘G.I. Joe’ Franchise”
In one week, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins hits theaters everywhere, and Paramount is introducing each of the main characters via these short video promos. The NOC is proud to be the first place you get to see and hear Haruka Abe in action as one of the Arashikage’s deadliest warriors: Akiko!Continue reading “NOC Exclusive: Meet Akiko, Played by Haruka Abe in ‘Snake Eyes’”
Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is just around the corner, and advanced tickets are finally available to purchase! To spread the news, Paramount and Hasbro have teamed up with the team behind Robot Chicken to share this stop-motion version of the classic G.I. Joe PSA.Continue reading “Knowing ‘Snake Eyes’ Tickets are on Sale is Half the Battle”
Nyambi Nyambi’s character Jay Dipersia has been through a lot the past four seasons of The Good Fight. From facing deportation to fighting pay gap disparities, Jay has been given difficult circumstances to overcome. But, in the fifth season of The Good Fight, which premiered yesterday on Paramount+, Jay is given multiple obstacles that he must deal with — the aftermath of COVID, Black Lives Matter Marches, and losing three of his colleagues — two have moved (Cush Jumbo and Delroy Lindo left in the season five premiere episode) and his fellow investigator Marissa Gold (Sarah Steele) has decided to study law.Continue reading “Nyambi Nyambi Avoids Black Trauma in ‘The Good Fight’”
If you haven’t been watching the Paramount+ iCarly revival, you’re missing out. The series premiered on June 17 with the first three episodes. New episodes drop weekly, every Thursday. iCarly picks up ten years after the original Nickelodeon series ended and offers a really fresh take while staying true to the show we love. As someone who grew up watching the original, I can truly say this has been my favorite revival/reboot of a series that I’ve seen so far. So let’s talk about why exactly the new show works so well and why it is a must-watch for any fans of the original series.Continue reading “Why the ‘iCarly’ Revival Actually Works”
In a little over a month, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins finally hits theaters. To tide us over, Paramount just released a full trailer that gives fans a more thorough glimpse into the origin story of the world’s most famous ninja commando!Continue reading “New ‘Snake Eyes’ Trailer Goes Behind the Mask”
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’”
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+”
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”
The iCarly revival premieres on June 17 and original cast members Miranda Cosgrove (Carly) and Jerry Trainor (Spencer) showed fans what the set of the new Paramount+ series looks like. With the beloved show’s return, Nathan Kress is also reprising his role as Freddie while Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett join the cast.Continue reading “Miranda Cosgrove and Jerry Trainor Give a Tour of the Updated ‘iCarly’ Set”
As I came up with the title for this review, I got emotional. It’s been a long, difficult time for me not being able to enjoy a film in a darkened theater. You see, film is my second passion (behind superhero comic books of course), and while going to the cinema is an absolutely necessary sacrifice in the name of public health and safety, I can’t deny I’ve missed it. And A Quiet Place Part II represents the first film I’ve seen in a theater since March of 2020.Continue reading “NOC Review: A Worthy Return to ‘A Quiet Place’”
Few comic book characters mean more to me than G.I. Joe’s resident Ninja Commando. Created by Larry Hama and based on the Hasbro action figure designs, Snake Eyes wasn’t just my favorite action figure, he unlocked my imagination as a child. A silent warrior with a classified name and background meant that anyone could be beneath that iconic all-black mask. So for years, Snake Eyes looked like me until the comics eventually revealed the man underneath was yet another white-guy-who-happens-to-be-best-Asian.Continue reading “Actions Speak Louder than Words: Henry Golding on Being ‘Snake Eyes’”
Wake up the members of iCarly nation — the revival of the hit Nickelodeon show, which ended in 2012, is finally premiering on June 17! The streaming service’s official Twitter shared a sweet video to both celebrate star Miranda Cosgrove’s birthday and share the exciting news. Along with Cosgrove, original cast members Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress are also starring in the revival! New cast members include Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett.Continue reading “The ‘iCarly’ Revival Has its Paramount+ Premiere Date”
We are so close to seeing a trailer for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins! To whet our appetites, Paramount has unveiled the first official one-sheet for the film, featuring Henry Golding in all his Ninja Commando splendor against the backdrop of the iconic Arashikage hexagram!Continue reading “‘Snake Eyes’ Poster Offers a Silent Interlude Before the Trailer”
Get ready for a new story and new cast! The new season of Why Women Kill, which is set in 1949, will explore what it means to be beautiful, the hidden truth behind the facades people present to the world, the effects of being ignored and overlooked by society, and finally, the lengths one woman will go in order to finally belong.Continue reading “‘Why Women Kill’ Returns June 3 on Paramount+”
I am really excited for A Quite Place: Part 2! The first film had an amazing premise with enormous thrills and chills of suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat! I cannot wait to see what the story lies ahead for the Abbott Family! After being delayed for over a year, the sequel is finally here.Continue reading “The Wait is Over: The Final Trailer to ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ is Here”
Dominic, Keith , are joined by new recurring co-host (and friend of the NOC) Britney Monae! Together, they break down the series finale of WandaVision, review Disney’s latest animated adventure Raya and the Last Dragon, and more!
As soon as I was exposed to it, I was a rabid fan of Star Trek. We share a birthday, September 8, and a value system that holds art and science as equals. Trek was more to me than a fandom. It was a vision of our shared future world that was achievable. Maybe not warp drive and phasers, but philosophically and materially achievable. While I loved the Original Series, it was The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine that seemed to realize R. Buckminster Fuller’s (one of my favorite thinkers) dream of universal equity.
I’m actually on vacation right now, but the moment news broke that Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding was in talks to play the lead in Paramount’s G.I. Joe solo Snake Eyes movie, I couldn’t not write about it!
What does it take to become a Latino-icon in Hollywood? We all know that Hollywood is a city/industry that favors Caucasian leads with the occasional Latino thrown in for good measure. For every Evans/Pratt/Hemsworth/Reynolds, you’ll occasionally get a Banderas/Hayek/Del Toro that crosses over into the mainstream American Hollywood spotlight. Thankfully, as of 2013, we can add “Derbez” to that list.