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A LOOK BACK AT THE LIFE OF “GREASE” STAR AND 80S ICON OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

Olivia Newton-John, the iconic singer and actress most notable for her role as Sandy in Grease, has passed away at the age of 73. According to a statement from her husband, John Easterling, Newton-John died peacefully at home after a decades-long battle against breast cancer. Newton-John's radiance, coupled with a penchant for performing, shone through…

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES ITS 75 ANNIVERSARY THIS MAY

International Cannes Film Festival May 17-28, 2022 As the world slowly begins to settle back, we are seeing the emergence of rescheduled prestigious events that have been missed during Covid-19. France's prominent film festival, Cannes Film Festival will be celebrating its 75th year. The annual international festival is set to take place from May 17-28th.…

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,…

94TH ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS: THE COMPLETE LIST

The 94th annual Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture and Arts and Sciences, will take place on Sunday, March 27, 2022. The ceremony will be located at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. A variety of outstanding performances between March 1st and December 31, 2021, will be awarded that night. The Power of the Dogs…

LGBTQ+ ACTRESS ANNA HINDMAN ON HER ROLE ALONGSIDE BRUCE WILLIS IN “AMERICAN SIEGE”, BALANCING TEACHING, ACTING, AND OTHER PASSIONS

LGBTQ+ actress, singer, and teacher Anna Hindman kicked off 2022 by starring alongside Bruce Willis, Rob Gough, and Timothy V. Murphy in the new film "American Siege." Hindman portrays gun-toting Grace Baker as she searches for answers about her sister's disappearance with her boyfriend Roy (Rob Gough), and their outlaw friend Toby (Johann Urb). The…

ZOLA: FROM VIRAL TWEETS TO A24 FILM

In 2015, A'Ziah “Zola” King wrote a Twitter thread that stretched over 148 tweets and chronicled her whirlwind self-described “hoe-trip.” She and a fellow stripper by the name of Jessica visited Florida along with Jessica’s boyfriend and her pimp. The trip ended with murder, attempted suicide, and thousands of dollars in cash, all of which…

MICHAEL JUDSON BERRY MAKES HIS FEATURE FILM DEBUT FOLLOWING THE TIKTOK SUCCESS OF “QUARANTEATIME WITH MOIRA ROSE”

It’s been a tough year for us all, and like an overwhelming many of us, actor Michael Judson Berry took solace in the ray of light and positivity that is Pop Network’s Schitt’s Creek. So after popping on a cheap wig from a Halloween costume for an improvised video impersonating the ever iconic Moira Rose,…

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL IS SET TO RETURN FROM JULY 6 TO JULY 17, 2021

As the world begins to settle back in and make up for the year of lost time caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are finally beginning to see the promised rescheduling of many prominent events that we never thought could be canceled until now. France's renowned film festival, Cannes Film Festival, has officially announced their…

THE MOVIES WE ARE MOST EXCITED TO FINALLY SEE IN 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic may not be over yet, but with the vaccine rollout officially underway, we can at least be permitted to feel a quiet creeping hope for the year to come. With the novel coronavirus changing the movie industry as we know it in 2020, the biggest blockbuster films on everyone’s radar have been…

DAVID FINCHER’S ‘MANK’: ONCE MORE, WITH FEELING

https://youtu.be/aSfX-nrg-lI Mank is a phenomenal piece of cinema, but it is not a very entertaining movie. What David Fincher has achieved is a sweeping parlor trick that satirizes the majesty of Hollywood’s Golden Age, captured at a moment when the industry was clawing its way out of the Great Depression. The film’s production and its…

ANA LILY AMIRPOUR’S ‘RIDE IT OUT’ BELONGS IN A TIME CAPSULE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JaGmaiKRLA During a 2017 interview with Berlinale Talents, 40-year-old writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, The Bad Batch) described the year after she had graduated from UCLA as disempowering. Amirpour was married at the time (i.e., 2009). She had written a script. She had landed an agent and a manager, both…

SOFIA COPPOLA’S “ON THE ROCKS”: A BREEZY STOP ALONG THE WAY

“You are mine.” These are the opening words of Sofia Coppola’s On The Rocks, delivered as a voiceover from a doting father who is speaking to his daughter (presumably in a flashback). Cut to that same daughter’s wedding reception, the bride and the groom disappearing for a midnight swim in a moonlit pool. The metaphor…

WHAT MAKES A QUEER ICON?

A cursory Google search yields few resources attempting to accurately define what makes a queer icon, well, iconic. And there’s a good reason for that. Whats makes a queer icon is at the same time simple and incredibly difficult to define. One one hand, its is easy to use blanket terms like “glamorous” or “camp”…

EXPECTATION VS. REALITY: “HAMILTON” ON DISNEY+

This article is part of a new Untitled Magazine series called “Expectation vs. Reality,” where we examine the hype surrounding popular projects before and after release, and examine whether they ultimately meet the general public’s expectations. The first part, “Expectation,” was written prior to release, while the second part below, “Reality,” was written after release.…

HOW THE CORONAVIRUS COULD CHANGE THE MOVIE INDUSTRY FOR GOOD

With movie theaters closing worldwide in order to curb the spread of coronavirus, studios have had little choice but to delay or cancel the theatrical releases of their most highly anticipated films. Pop culture junkies can be grateful that COVID-19 came along just late enough to enjoy awards season, but the reality of this distressing…

WHY WE SHOULDN’T BE SHOCKED ABOUT PARASITE’S BIG WIN

  Parasite made history at the 2020 Oscars by not only receiving the first (and second, third and fourth) award for a South Korean film, but also for becoming the first film in a non-English language to take home the coveted Best Picture. Leading up to Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, everyone loved Parasite.…

THE FEMALE GAZE HITS THE FILM INDUSTRY – A LOOK AT INFLUENTIAL 2019 FEMALE DIRECTED FILMS

A sociopathic hit-woman, a rebellious 19th century poet, a ferocious supervillain, a group of female wrestlers and a modern outlaw are just some of the characters we have been able to experience in the past year because of Hollywood’s rising number of women in front of and behind the camera. Women have made great strides in…

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