Apr 18th '19

What’s the Deal with ‘Bond 25?’

Following 2015s Spectre, the 24th film in the James Bond series of action flicks, all eyes were on the follow-up. Bond 25 would mark actor Daniel Craig’s fifth outing as the titular MI6 secret agent, which is arguably the most popular portrayal yet. There’s a reason why the character of James Bond has endured in […]

Hollywould: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Black Adam,’ and ‘Space Jam 2’

Hollywould: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Black Adam,’ and ‘Space Jam 2’

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Star Wars At CinemaCon, Rian Johnson announced that […]

The World of Waititi

The World of Waititi

Are you craving something funny, yet different? Do you need something truly unique just like you? Of course you do because you’re a modern human being who wants to step away from the slapstick humor and weak plots of comedies from the past, and step into 21st century hilarity. Let me be your shepherd into the world of […]

ON WAX: KEVIN ABSTRACT DROPS ‘ARIZONA Baby,’ ANDERSON .PAAK’S ‘OXNARD’ FOLLOW-UP, & 070 SHAKE DROPS TWO SINGLES

ON WAX: KEVIN ABSTRACT DROPS ‘ARIZONA Baby,’ ANDERSON .PAAK’S ‘OXNARD’ FOLLOW-UP, & 070 SHAKE DROPS TWO SINGLES

KEVIN ABSTRACT RELEASES ARIZONA BABY While we wait for new releases from Brockhampton, the boyband’s mastermind, Kevin Abstract, dropped a short EP. At just under nine minutes, ARIZONA Baby is a blend of Kevin’s influences. Experimental at times, the project explores hip-hop, indie rock, pop, jazz and rock. According to his Instagram, the rest of the project will […]

Be Kind Rewind: ‘Slacker’

Be Kind Rewind: ‘Slacker’

In 1991, Richard Linklater would release his first film, Slacker. Now, most will probably recognize him for films like Boyhood and Dazed and Confused, but this film was the one that took the usual approach to tell a story and threw it out of the window. Releasing six years before I was born, it would […]

There’s a New(ish) Breed of Cartoon

There’s a New(ish) Breed of Cartoon

There’s a new(ish) breed of cartoon roaming the fields of entertainment. They appear on networks, such as Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon, and they are just as valid as any live-action series out there. These animated shows are first kid-friendly, but nonetheless entertaining. Shows, like Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra, Adventure Time, Steven Universe, […]

Christopher Nolan’s New Movie Sounds Weird

Christopher Nolan’s New Movie Sounds Weird

Christopher Nolan seems to be one of those directors that Hollywood deems can do no wrong, though it is for good reason. The man is a box office buster, after all, with two films under his belt that have crossed the one billion dollar mark. Also, who can forget The Dark Knight, which is the […]

Could TV Eventually Move to a One-Season Format?

Could TV Eventually Move to a One-Season Format?

Over the past five or so years, anthology television has become a big part of the current TV landscape. The limited series has taken on a life of its own. With more and more shows being released each year, the sheer amount of content can be overwhelming. There are so many options and so little […]

‘Shazam!’ and the Importance of Understanding Your Characters

‘Shazam!’ and the Importance of Understanding Your Characters

At the time of writing this, I had just came home from watching the latest DC cinematic venture, Shazam! Real quick: the movie is good. Is it a game changer? No. Is it as big of a spectacle as a certain Endgame coming out later this month? Nope. Is it a good movie that you […]