Twitter Has Created A Death Hoax, Involving 55 Year Old Author, J.K. Rowling

J.K. Rowling is best known for writing the 8-part Harry Potter series. Her first Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, came out in 1997, and she only grew from there. Four years later, the first [of many] Harry Potter films were shown in movie theaters across the nation — jump-starting her careerContinue reading “Twitter Has Created A Death Hoax, Involving 55 Year Old Author, J.K. Rowling”

FaZe Rug Announces His First Major Motion Picture Role, Directed By Gregory Plotkin

Brian Awadis (FaZe Rug) is a gamer/social media influencer, with over 16 million YouTube subscribers. Awadis joined FaZe Clan — a professional esports and entertainment company — in 2010, and has worked extremely hard to grow his fan base.  Along with excelling in video games, FaZe Rug has created skits, adventures, and new experiments toContinue reading “FaZe Rug Announces His First Major Motion Picture Role, Directed By Gregory Plotkin”

Sharkboy and Lavagirl Will Be Featured In The 2022 Netflix Film, We Can Be Heroes

2020 may be full of crazy, unforeseen events, but Netflix is here to save the year. Since the pandemic has started, there’s been various cast reunions, from the early 2000’s Disney/Nickelodeon shows. Cast members have been providing nostalgia and entertainment for the ones that grew up watching shows like: Victorious, Sonny With A Chance, BigContinue reading “Sharkboy and Lavagirl Will Be Featured In The 2022 Netflix Film, We Can Be Heroes”

Ava DuVernay, Director of “13th”, Discusses Her Thoughts On Law Enforcement and A Need For Change

If you haven’t heard of Ava DuVernay, now is the perfect time to learn about her. DuVernay is the mastermind behind the award winning Netflix documentary, “13th”. The documentary revolves around the history of race, police brutality, and mass incarceration within the Black community. The film is almost two hours in length, but it’s filledContinue reading “Ava DuVernay, Director of “13th”, Discusses Her Thoughts On Law Enforcement and A Need For Change”

The Original Cheaper By The Dozen Cast Reunited For An Iconic TikTok

A lot of celebrities have joined forces to create virtual reunions, gatherings, and celebrations, to provide entertainment during this awful time. In 2003, 20th Century Fox released one of the most infamous movies to date: Cheaper By The Dozen. The movie revolved around two parents, and their twelve children. Tom Baker (played by Steve Martin)Continue reading “The Original Cheaper By The Dozen Cast Reunited For An Iconic TikTok”

Fantasy Island – A Film Review

BlumHouse is known for its extreme supernatural/horror films. Nowadays, between so many cliches, and the amount of boring thrillers that there are, I only watch horror films if its through BlumHouse productions. Recently, I went with a friend to see the new Fantasy Island movie in theaters, and I’ll start off by saying that itContinue reading “Fantasy Island – A Film Review”

7 Best TV Show/Movies To Watch When Quarantined:

As we all know, the COVID-19 virus is spreading like wildfire. People who have it are either quarantined in hospitals, their own homes, or they haven’t exhibited symptoms yet, and are unknowingly spreading it to other people. Regardless, everyone is in a panic right now, and stores/supermarkets are looking like Black Friday every day now. Continue reading “7 Best TV Show/Movies To Watch When Quarantined:”

The National Hispanic Media Coalition Impact Awards Were Today, and The Nominees Were So Inspiring

Last night was the annual National Hispanic Media Coalition Gala, and it was full of powerful, courageous Latinx members in the media. It was held at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, California, and sponsored by companies, such as: WarnerMedia, Univision, Southwest, T-Mobile, NBCUniversal, and more. The reception started at 6 pm, and followingContinue reading “The National Hispanic Media Coalition Impact Awards Were Today, and The Nominees Were So Inspiring”

A Review On The Award Winning IFC Film, Premature

On Tuesday, February 18th, I had the pleasure of attending a private screening at NeueHouse in New York City, to see an award winning film, called Premature. Written by Zora Howard and written/directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green, the event was held by the NYWIFT organization, in honor of Black History Month. Before watching, I didn’tContinue reading “A Review On The Award Winning IFC Film, Premature”