I was a guest on NY1’s Neil Rosen’s podcast show “Sitting Around Talking Movies” this week and decided to FB Live it for kicks. I was joining one of the funniest people I know, Bill McCuddy (some of you might know him from FOX News) and Bill Bregoli from CBS Radio. We really broke down this week’s releases. Catch a view people!
With the academy awards coming up, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver tackles Hollywood whitewashing in a humorous yet unflinching way. The focus of the video is self-explanatory, but this whole idea that there aren’t enough good roles for people of color is utter balderdash. Even when roles do exist, they still can be played by white actors. Just ask Emma Stone. Her portrayal of a half-Asian woman in Aloha is perhaps the most egregious act of whitewashing in the modern era.Read More
Latina singer Demi Lovato just released her new music video, “Stone Cold,” which she wrote herself, directed by Patrick Ecclesine and produced by Mark Taylor. The emotionally visceral track has already garnered more than 1 million views. Read More
If you are a big fan of Game of Thrones, and want to know more about Lady Gaga’s husband, it’s more than probable that you’ll be interested in seeing the horror film The Forest. Starring Natalie Dormer and Taylor Kinney, The Forest is set in the legendary Aokigahara Forest of Japan. It follows Sara (Natalie Dormer) a young American woman in search of her twin sister, who has mysteriously disappeared. We had a chance to sit down with the cast for an interview. Take a look!
With well over 1.2 Billion YouTube views already, the Colombian Latin Urban/Reggaeton star, J Balvin, debuts his highly anticipated music video to his single “Ginza“. The video, a highly stylized production rare for the reggaeton industry, possesses an urban-asian theme that’s infectious, sleek and sexy. Balvin says, “With Ginza, I wanted to go beyond my comfort zone, take a risk and bring a new sound to my music. I want to continually explore new and original ideas for Latin music…. Cowards rarely make history”. Read More
In a film which will probably make us all look at Arnold Schwarzenegger in a whole new light, this new trailer features, arguably, some of the best acting Schwarzenegger has ever put on celluloid. That’s not saying much, but for one of our few real movie stars left, he’s bringing a new shine to him that we like.Read More
The two lead singers of the New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys, Jordan Knight and Nick Carter, have gotten together to create a pop duo called Nick & Knight, a la Hall and Oates, or better yet, Savage Garden, maybe Air Supply, no, how about Milli Vanilli, oh who cares, the idea is that this is a very good idea for two good singers that still have something to offer.Read More