This past Wednesday the stars aligned on the blue carpet for the premiere of HBO Max’s upcoming original film, Moonshot! Among those in attendance were, of course, the amazing Lana Condor and Cole Sprouse. Read more to check out some photos of some really, really, really ridiculously good looking people!Continue reading “Seeing Stars at the ‘Moonshot’ Premiere”
Every so often, when a new series is introduced, it is immediately compared to what people may consider to be the most related to that. This rings especially true for new sitcoms and comedies starring people of color. When NBC’s Grand Crew was first announced as a series surrounding the lives of a group of Black friends at a wine bar, there were so many comparisons to HBO’s Insecure and ABC’s Black-ish that it straight away was labeled as a “Black” show.Continue reading “NBC’s ‘Grand Crew’ Doesn’t Want to be Compared to Other Shows”
I recently had the honor of attending the Don’t Look Up red carpet in New York City on behalf of The Nerds of Color and it was amazing. I spoke with Jennifer Lawrence, Tyler Perry, Conor Sweeney, Robert Radochia, Taura Stinson, Himesh Patel, Amy Mainzer, Kevin Messick, and Tomer Sisley all about the new film! Read below to hear everything that they exclusively shared with The NOC.Continue reading “Interviews with the Talent of ‘Don’t Look Up’ at the World Premiere Red Carpet”
On Wednesday, June 30, I had the honor of attending the Gossip Girl red carpet in New York City on behalf of The Nerds of Color. I chatted with Josh Safran, Karena Evans, Eric Daman, Jordan Alexander, Whitney Peak, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Thomas Doherty, Zión Moreno, Savannah Smith, Johnathan Fernandez, Laura Benanti, Jason Gotay, Adam Chanler-Berat, Rana Roy, Megan Ferguson, and Lyne Renée all about their new series and so much more. Read below to hear everything that they exclusively shared with The NOC!Continue reading “Interviews With the Cast and Creatives of HBO Max’s ‘Gossip Girl’ at the World Premiere”
This was supposed to be a different kind of article.
Two weeks ago, The Nerds of Color youth correspondents and their parental units were invited to attend the premiere screening party for Disney Jr.’s landmark new animated series, Mira Royal Detective (premiering on Disney Jr. today in the United States and India) and interview the cast of voice actors from the South Asian diaspora on the red (or rather blue) carpet at Disney’s Burbank studios. It was a celebration of diversity and community, of difference and commonality, full of music and laughter, of children of all colors and artists and craftspeople from all parts of Hollywood joining together to marvel that this milestone of representation was finally on-screen.