The Power is coming! The highly anticipated series from Prime Video is hitting streaming at the end of the month. The dynamic and gritty sci-fi drama stars Toni Collette, John Leguizamo, Auli’i Cravalho, Toheeb Jimoh, and an ensemble of really talented individuals. And today they’ve dropped a first look at the series!
Citadel will premiere with two episodes exclusively on Prime Video on Friday, April 28, followed by a new episode released weekly. The highly anticipated action-spy thriller series is executive produced by the Russo Brothers’ AGBO and showrunner David Weil. The cast includes Richard Madden, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Stanley Tucci, and Lesley Manville.
For basketball fans, the GOAT debate is never-ending. And while LeBron may have just broken an unbreakable scoring record, only Michael Jordan can claim an A-List origin movie… for his shoes. Now that movie, AIR, has unveiled an official trailer.
A very cool series is coming to Prime Video! And even though it may not be affiliated with Lord of the Rings or The Boys, I think this one has the potential to be one heck of a shocking surprise! Called The Power, it’s based on on the New York Times best-selling novel by Naomi Alderman, and we’ve got your first look right here!
Jennifer Coolidge is having a banner year, and it’s only January! Not only did she just win a Golden Globe for her work on The White Lotus, she is also currently starring, alongside Steve Coulter, in Shotgun Wedding, which is now streaming on Prime Video. I had the opportunity to speak with the duo about their favorite elements of the film and genre!
AIR directed by Ben Affleck, from Amazon Studios, Skydance Sports, Mandalay Pictures, and the first project from Affleck and Matt Damon’s Artists Equity, will receive a wide global theatrical release in advance of its premiere on Prime Video.
It’s hard to believe that rom-com royalty — Jennifer Lopez (The Wedding Planner, Maid in Manhattan) and Josh Duhamel (Life As We Know It, When in Rome) — have never made a movie together until Amazon Studio’s Shotgun Wedding. It makes sense to put these two together in a romantic movie as both are beautiful people with experience in the genre. But unlike their sappy romantic films that follow the same formula, Shotgun Wedding gets mixed in with some action and adventure with pirates, money laundering, and lots of explosions.
Hot off the heels of Westworld season 4, Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan are back with another mind-bending, futuristic sci-fi thriller with an adaptation of William Gibson’s bestselling novel, The Peripheral.
With Britney away, Keith and Dominic are left to recap the latest She-Hulk: Attorney at Law before they reveal why high fantasy shows like the prequels for Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones currently streaming are in their pop culture blind spots.
Stallone is a legend! There’s simply no question about that. As an actor, a humanitarian, a multiple Academy Award nominee, and now as a superhero! This week marks the release of Sly’s new film, Samaritan. And to celebrate, The Nerds of Color was given the opportunity to attend the press conference for the subversive take on the superhero genre, where we had the opportunity to learn more about the film from Stallone himself, along with co-stars Pilou Asbæk (Game of Thrones), Dascha Polanco (In The Heights), and Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton (The Umbrella Academy).
Keithis back! He joins Britneyto share what he’s been watching while out with COVID — like Amazon’s The Boys and Paper Girls. He also give his two cents on the whole DC debacle over at Warner Bros. Discovery.
Teeradon “James” Supapunpinyo has a newfound appreciation for meditation. After being cast in Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives as the heroic coach Ekkaphon Chanthawong stuck in the Tham Luang caves in 2018 with 12 of his football players, Supapunpinyo had to do a lot of research for the role.
When westerners think about Thailand, there are many thoughts that come to mind: the food, Muay Thai, or martial artist Tony Jaa. There are also many harmful stereotypes of the Thai people that Hollywood gets very wrong. Movies like The Beach or The Hangover II that showcase Thai people as dirty, thuggish gangsters and the country as an untrustworthy place. With Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives, based on true events from the 2018 Thai Cave Rescue, Thais are finally being seen as they truly are – people who love their country and its people.
Playing a real-life tragic hero is never easy, especially when one also needs to reenact their devastating death scene in a large scale production. Sukollawat “Weir” Kanarot felt the pressure of his performance as former Thai Navy SEAL Saman Kunan in Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives.
Sean Kaufman plays Steven in The Summer I Turned Pretty. The show is based on the book series by Jenny Han and has already been renewed for a second season, which is currently filming. All episodes of season one are now streaming on Prime Video.
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.
Gavin Casalegno portrays Jeremiah in The Summer I Turned Pretty. The show, which is based on the book series by Jenny Han, has already been renewed for a second season. All episodes of season one are now streaming on Prime Video.
In 2018, in a small rural village in northern Thailand, thirteen lives were changed forever after being trapped in a cave for 18 days. The junior football team, which consisted of twelve children and their adult coach, went hiking along the caves of Tham Luang, but a unexpected rainstorm caused the cave to flood — trapping them deep within the caves. It took a rescue team of over 10,000 people from all over the world to save these boys.
We discuss episodes 1-2 of the new MCU Disney+ series Ms. Marvel, starring Iman Vellani!
Ms. Marvel is here! We discuss the first two episodes of the series, discussing how wonderful Iman Vellani is in the main role, how well the series does at portraying Kamala and her family and friends, how well it does on portraying Islam, the change to her powers, and where it can do better in certain fronts.
Rise and shine, The Wilds is returning and I interviewed Sarah Pidgeon, Reign Edwards, Sophia Ali, Shannon Berry, Jenna Clause, Erana James, Mia Healey, Charles Alexander, Alexander FitzAlan, Tanner Ray Rook, Reed Shannon, Zack Calderon, Aidan Laprete, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, and Nicholas Coombe to celebrate! The new season will premiere May 6 on Prime Video.