Dark Winds EPs on George R.R. Martin and representation
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Dark Winds EPs on George R.R. Martin and representation

Within the first ten minutes of AMC’s Dark Winds, there is an explosive highway robbery and a devastating double homicide in a motel room. Yet, these two incidents feel relatively small in stature compared to the bigger theme at play, the exploration of Navajo life in the American Southwest. Based on the series of novels Read more

Fairfax creators on season 2, L.A. streetwear, and Guy Fieri
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Fairfax creators on season 2, L.A. streetwear, and Guy Fieri

Calling all hypebeasts: Put on your favorite Latrine hoodie, grab a tent, and get ready to camp out hen the gang returns to Amazon Prime Video for the second season of the adult animated comedy Fairfax. Created by Matthew Hausfater, Aaron Buchsbaum, and Teddy Riley, Fairfax highlights the exclusive world of streetwear culture in Los Angeles through Read more

Noah Schnapp on Stranger Things and being an entrepreneur
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Noah Schnapp on Stranger Things and being an entrepreneur

Noah Schnapp is the type of creator who wears many hats. He’s an actor who is best known for his role as Will Byers on Netflix’s Stranger Things. He’s an entrepreneur and investor who recently launched the TBH snack brand, and he will soon join the Roll app as an adviser. He’s also a good Read more

Brea Grant on mixing horror and country music in Torn Hearts
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Brea Grant on mixing horror and country music in Torn Hearts

How far would you go to make it to the top? Would you do whatever it takes, even if it meant backstabbing your best friend? The ugliness of the music industry comes to life in the new horror film, Torn Hearts. Best friends Leigh (Alexxis Lemire) and Jordan (Abby Quinn) are a country music duo looking Read more

Machine Gun Kelly and Mod Sun on stoner comedy Good Mourning
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Machine Gun Kelly and Mod Sun on stoner comedy Good Mourning

“They don’t make ’em like they used to” is the perfect adage to describe stoner comedies in 2022. From Cheech & Chong to Half Baked and Pineapple Express, stoner films made a significant dent in comedy and pop culture for almost 40 years. However, the lack of box office success over the last five or so years has Read more

Bobby Gonzalez and Jeffrey Licon on The Garcias and the power of representation
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Bobby Gonzalez and Jeffrey Licon on The Garcias and the power of representation

The Brothers García portrays the trials and tribulations of a Mexican American family in San Antonio, Texas, but it represents so much more than your typical sitcom. During its four-year run on Nickelodeon in the early 2000s, The Brothers García became a groundbreaking show for its authentic depiction of the Latino community by an all-Latino Read more

The Lincoln Lawyer’s Becki Newton on why she loves playing bold characters
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The Lincoln Lawyer’s Becki Newton on why she loves playing bold characters

Becki Newton is ready for a new challenge. Best known for her comedic work in Ugly Betty and How I Met Your Mother, Newton will switch genres for her first dramatic role in Netflix’s The Lincoln Lawyer. Based on Michael Connelly’s series of novels, The Lincoln Lawyer stars Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Mickey Haller, a magnetic defense attorney who Read more

Sarah Gadon, Michael McGowan on balancing humor with grief in All My Puny Sorrows
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Sarah Gadon, Michael McGowan on balancing humor with grief in All My Puny Sorrows

“I don’t want to die alone. I don’t want you to die at all.” This concept of life and death is the conflicting dynamic in All My Puny Sorrows. Directed by Michael McGowan (Still Mine), the film chronicles the relationship between two sisters: Struggling writer Yoli, played by Alison Pill (Scott Pilgrim vs The World), and Read more

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The Twin review: A disturbing look into a mom’s worst fears

What is the absolute worst thing that could ever happen to a parent? For Finnish filmmakers Taneli Mustonen and Aleksi Hyvärinen, the loss of a child serves as the premise for this hellish scenario in their new film, The Twin. However, when the remaining child attempts to communicate with his dead brother through the use Read more

Director Adam Sigal on Chariot & bonding with John Malkovich
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Director Adam Sigal on Chariot & bonding with John Malkovich

Adam Sigal’s journey to Hollywood did not follow the typical script. While many actors and screenwriters wait tables or park cars to make ends meet, Sigal became a private investigator at the age of 19 upon his move to Los Angeles. The life of a P.I. can be tiresome and lonely, but Sigal used this Read more