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“JUMP, DARLING” SHOWS HOW FAR QUEER NARRATIVES HAVE COME, BUT DOESN’T QUITE STICK THE LANDING

I’ll say one thing for Phill Connell's indie film Jump, Darling straight away: it is frankly refreshing to see a gay-boy-in-a-small-town storyline that doesn’t take the To Wong Foo or Pricilla approach. That is to say, despite taking place in a small Canadian country town east of nowhere, the film’s flamboyantly queer protagonist does not…

STUART MARTIN HAS STORMED BIG AND SMALL SCREENS WITH HIS STARRING ROLES IN “ARMY OF THIEVES” AND “MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE”

Many actors who start out working on television or the stage take the leap into film, but few do it in as big a way as Stuart Martin. After starring regularly on TV dramas like Medici and Jamestown, Martin made a huge splash in the wildly popular Zack Snyder comedy heist caper Army of Thieves,…

BALMAIN X CHANNEL 4 NEW DRAMA SERIES “FRACTURE” WITH JESSE JO STARK

On September 2nd, creative director for Balmain, Oliver Rousteing, released his new limited drama series, Fracture, created in partnership with Channel 4. This is Rousteing's first embark into the world of television, and he is doing so with a bang. By combining his love for fashion with the brooding element of drama television, he created…

WHAT WILL, SHOULD, AND MIGHT WIN AT THE 2020 EMMYS

In spite of the tumultuous last half year, the current pandemic has done very little to derail the typical media storm leading up to the Primetime Emmy broadcast. Perhaps it’s the escapism we have been so desperate to cling onto in short bursts over the last six months, or maybe there really is nothing that…

THE SNUBS AND SURPRISES OF THE 2020 EMMY NOMINATIONS

In spite of the global game of Disaster Bingo this year has been, the 2020 Emmys are a go to air as planned on September 20th on ABC. The ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, saw its list of nominees announced early Tuesday morning, with many categories reflecting the new nominee selection rule changes announced earlier in…

RIHANNA SET TO MAKE HER TV DEBUT ON BATES MOTEL

This year's Comic-Con was full of exciting news, especially that Rihanna will be making her television debut in the drama series Bates Motel, the prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 film Psycho. RiRi is set to play the iconic Marion Crane, who was played in the film by Janet Leigh. The actress, singer, fashion icon, and designer said in last year's Vanity Fair profile that she was…

TEN MOVIES TO SEE BEFORE THE SUMMER ENDS

Whether it's date night, girl's night, or just something to do, seeing a film is always a welcome option. Not to mention, there's always a few huge flicks that are released in the summer. From the heartbreaking Me Before You to the highly-anticipated Suicide Squad, here are ten movies to see before the season ends and we all go back to…

NEON DEMON PREMIERES IN NEW YORK CITY WITH ELLE FANNING

The stars of the film The Neon Demon arrived to the NYC premiere of their new thriller on Wednesday night among many other celebrity guests. In attendance were actresses Elle Fanning and Abbey Lee Kershaw, writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn, model Hilary Rhoda, and designers Cynthia Rowley and Nicole Miller. Fanning looked pretty in pink in her tulle Gucci…

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