‘I Will Make You Mine’ Review – Confronting the Past Rarely Feels this Real

Lynn Chen's directorial debut, I Will Make You Mine, follows three women: Erika (Ayako Fujitani), Rachel (Lynn Chen herself), and Yea-Ming (Yea-Ming Chen) as they reconnect with their former lover Goh (Goh Nakamura) when he stumbles back into town. Despite the three women being drastically different, they all share the same struggle: moving on. Building…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 5 Review – Ahsoka Returns with New Friends & Foes

This week's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars delivers something fans have been dying to see for years. Where did Ahsoka Tano's journey lead to next after walking away from the Jedi Temple? Series leader Dave Filoni has already given context on where Ahsoka canonically goes by the end of the Clone Wars. Season…

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Ashley Eckstein on her Advocacy for Mental Health, Ahsoka in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’, and her future in Star Wars – Exclusive Interview

Ashley Eckstein has set a path for equality in nerd culture. Well known for being the definitive voice of everyone's favorite padawan, Ahsoka Tano. Since voicing the character seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars (both film and show) and Star Wars Rebels, Eckstein has thrived in other ventures. She started the geek culture focused clothing…

‘Insert Coin’ Review – Midway’s Legacy Refuses To Be Forgotten

Midway Games, oddly enough, could not have a more widespread yet niche following. On one hand, they were the home for what is still one of the most popular video game franchises of all time, Mortal Kombat. Their other titles that undoubtedly took a decade of youth by storm, unfortunately, lacked the legs to hurdle…

‘Critical Thinking’ Review – John Leguizamo Mines Culture and Excitement from Chess

Critical Thinking, the directorial debut of John Leguizamo (who boasts well over 200 credits on IMDb), falls into the subgenre of movies where inspiring teachers have to lift up underprivileged students. Coming after films like Freedom Writers and Stand and Deliver, which was infamously spoofed by South Park, "How do I reach these kids?", is certainly…

Manjari Makijany Will Direct ‘Spin’ For Disney+ (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that a new music/dance-focused film titled ‘Spin’ is in development at Disney+. Manjari Makijany will direct the film. Manjari Makijany is an Indian director, she recently wrapped her directorial debut, ‘Desert Dolphin’ which is a sports drama that is a coming-of-age story of a rural skater girl inspired by true events. According…

Robert Richardson Joins ‘Don’t Look Up’ For Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that highly acclaimed cinematographer Robert Richardson has joined the crew for Adam McKay’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ for Netflix. Richardson’s CV is jam-packed full of classic films including the ‘Kill Bill’ films, ‘Hugo’, ‘Django Unchained’, ‘Inglorious Bastards’, ‘Shutter Island’, ‘Breathe’ and The recently released ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’, and those are…

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Sam Witwer Talks ‘DC Universe All Star Games’, Passion for DC, and What to Expect on ‘Clone Wars’ Finale – Exclusive Interview

Sam Witwer needs no introduction. The Star Wars fandom knows him as a leading voice within Lucasfilm animation. Most famously known for providing the vocals for Maul in The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, Witwer's talents far exceed into every corner of entertainment that one can imagine. The DC fandom knows him for his…

Steve Carr Sets Next Comedy Film At Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Steve Carr is set to direct and produce a new untitled comedy film for Netflix. Carr has previously directed Fox's 'Dr Dolittle 2', 'Next Friday', 'Daddy Day Care', 'Rebound', 'Are We Done Yet?' and most recently, 'Middle School: The Worst Years of my Life'. Carr is most notably known for directing…

George Tillman Jr Set To Direct ‘George Foreman’ Biopic (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that George Tillman Jr is set to direct a biopic focused on boxing legend George Foreman. George Tillman Jr has previously directed episodes of 'This Is Us' and 'Luke Cage' as well as movies such as 'Soul Food', 'Men of Honor', 'Notorious', 'Faster', 'The Longest Ride' and 'The Hate U Give'. Tillman…