Steven Yeun as Keith of VOLTRON

Originally published November 30, 2018 For actor Steven Yeun, he is best known for his portrayal of Glenn Rhee on the TV series, THE WALKING DEAD. However, within the past year, he has gained even more traction for his roles in SORRY TO BOTHER YOU and the highly praised South Korean mystery drama, BURNING. To …

STAR WARS RESISTANCE Begins on a Dodgy but Optimistic Note

Originally published October 8, 2018 STAR WARS RESISTANCE at last had its series premiere last night on the Disney Channel. The third animated series set in the galaxy far, far away is set six months before the events of the sequel trilogy, as it follows New Republic pilot-turned-Resistance spy Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono, who’s assigned by …

Thoughts About the Netflix Live-Action Adaptation of AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER

Originally published September 22, 2018 After taking a few days for the news to sink in, I feel ready to share my thoughts about Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER. As a refresher, Deadline reported earlier this week on how the beloved Nickelodeon series will be recreated as a live-action series, with the …

30 Years Later, Studio Ghibli Double Feature Stands the Test of Times

Originally published on April 16, 2018 On April 16th, 1988, Studio Ghibli released a double feature into movie theaters all over Japan, with each of the films directed by two of the animation powerhouse’s co-founders. Those titles were MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO directed by Hayao Miyazaki and GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES directed by the late Isao …

Tiya Sircar Discusses Sabine Wren as This Week’s Guest of THE STAR WARS SHOW

Originally published on February 21, 2018 Two nights ago, the beginning of the end kicked off when STAR WARS REBELS started up the second half of the fourth and final season. The events that unfolded throughout that evening’s two episodes were so emotional and overwhelming, that for the sake of preventing spoilers, this is where …

4 Elements From STAR WARS REBELS Inspired by PRINCESS MONONOKE

Originally published on November 9, 2017 PRINCESS MONONOKE was not only the film that first gained film director Hayao Miyazaki overseas recognition, but is also his darkest and most complex work. Out of thousands of films out there where sides are distinctly drawn and middle ground is anything but present, PRINCESS MONONOKE is a diamond …

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