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South Central non-profit to sponsor Wakanda Forever screening for local families

Wakanda Forever, the sequel to 2018’s Black Panther, is easily one of the most anticipated MCU films of all time. The cultural impact of the original film, along with the stunning performance of leading man Chadwick Boseman, shows no sign of fading with box office sales projected to be record-breaking numbers. Now, a local non-profit … Continue reading South Central non-profit to sponsor Wakanda Forever screening for local families

Netflix releases Warrior Nun season 2 trailer, premiere date

Trailers and premiere dates of several female-focused projects have been released as of late, and we’re adding one more to the mix. Netflix just released the season two trailer and release date of the hit series Warrior Nun. The supernatural action/drama series follows a young girl who leaves her partying ways behind to join a … Continue reading Netflix releases Warrior Nun season 2 trailer, premiere date

Arrow vets Colton Haynes and David Ramsey reflect on show’s legacy

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the series premiere of The CW’s Arrow, which ushered in a new age of superhero television based on famous (and some not-so-famous) DC Comics characters. The show starred Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, aka the Green Arrow, along with Katie Cassidy, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, Willa Holland, … Continue reading Arrow vets Colton Haynes and David Ramsey reflect on show’s legacy

The L Word: Generation Q sets November release date for season 3

Showtime has finally released a trailer for season three of The L Word: Generation Q, which premieres November 18th. Season two left off on a few cliffhangers, including more Bettina drama, Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) going off to rehab, Tess (Hellraiser‘s Jamie Clayton) leaving Los Angeles –and Shane (Katherine Moennig)– for Las Vegas, and a couple … Continue reading The L Word: Generation Q sets November release date for season 3

Werewolf by Night expands MCU, but proves it still needs to work on it’s female characters

Just in time for spooky season, Disney+ dropped the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Werewolf by Night, a live-action special that introduces viewers to lesser-known characters that inhabit the very niche horror part of it’s cinematic world. Most of these characters, such as Jack Russell, Elsa Bloodstone, and Man-Thing, originated in the comics and this is the … Continue reading Werewolf by Night expands MCU, but proves it still needs to work on it’s female characters

Hocus Pocus 2 is an impressive, yet flawed, sequel

**Contains spoilers for Hocus Pocus 2.** Hocus Pocus is one of my favorite childhood Halloween films, edged out ever-so-slightly by Christina Ricci’s absolutely perfect portrayal of Wednesday in Addams Family Values, so when I heard there was a sequel on the way, my expectations were fairly high. This could be the reason why I both … Continue reading Hocus Pocus 2 is an impressive, yet flawed, sequel

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