SXSW Film 2015: Review Of Ex Machina

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Recently, topics of artificial intelligence have taken hold and forced people around the world to tackle new problems never before even thought of in history. Ex Machina added its piece to the conversation when it premiered at SXSW. This film comes from the writer of 28 Days Later and Dredd, Alex Garland, who also […]

SXSW Film 2015: Review Of Angie Tribeca

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Films like Airplane!, Monty Python’s works and those of the Marx Brothers use a certain flavor of comedy, focusing on the slapstick and over-the-top humor that many can’t help but laugh at. It’s been a while since that style of comedy existed on Television, the creators and cast of Angie Tribeca said, and so […]

SXSW Film 2015: Review of Brand: A Second Coming

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When director Ondi Timoner was initially approached to direct Brand: A Second Coming, she did not quite know who he was other than Katy Perry’s ex. The rough cut she saw further confused her as to who this person truly is – a comedian, an activist, an actor, a star. The final presentation last […]

Sam Smith and John Legend Release Duet of “Lay Me Down” For Comic Relief


Just when you thought Grammy Award winner Sam Smith’s new hit “Lay Me Down” couldn’t get any better, he decided to make it a duet, featuring Oscar winner John Legend, in honor of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day which takes place this Friday, March 13. […]

From One Hand to AnOTHER: Pharrell’s Foundation


If you’ve heard about Madonna’s big fall in Armani, then whether you know it or not, you’ve been in on the Brit Awards conversation. The Brits is the British Phonographic Industry‘s annual award show rewarding the biggest, brightest, and best in popular music. So to speak, the Brit’s are a British equivalent of the […]

Charity Meets: Michael Teh

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A scene of Michael playing a Native in a past film / Photo Credit: ZTPR

Australian-born actor Michael Teh has been making a name for himself since coming to Hollywood. Starring in flicks from Sharknado to hit television programs as Sleepy Hollow, he has been doing it all.

With his new film Alien […]

Charity Meets: Carly Robyn Green

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Recent headshot of Carly Robyn Green in LA / Photo Credit: Harold Sherrick

Singer and songwriter Carly Robyn Green has been labelled as the “female Michael Bublé” and has had her songs climbing the charts ever since she first performed alongside Cee-Lo Green at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards. Additionally, her songs have […]

Review Of Selma

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Infamously Oscar-snubbed MLK biopic/civil rights film, Selma saw heavy involvement from big names in the entertainment industry on the production end, names including Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, and up-and-coming director Ava DuVernay who, according to art and culture platform Saint Heron, is now developing a currently untitled Hurricane Katrina film that she is set […]

Usher’s New Look Charity Partners With Scolastic To Elevate Importance Of Reading And Provide 100,000 Books To Kids


Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, has announced that a donation of 100,000 new children’s books from The Scholastic Possible Fund will be donated to children in need through three non-profit organizations that work to improve global literacy: Save the Children (49,200 books), Toys for Tots (31,700 books) and Room to […]

Review of American Sniper

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Currently nominated for six Academy Awards, two British Academy of Film and Television Awards, and a laundry list of others, the Clint Eastwood-produced American Sniper is a film we’ve all heard of, no matter if we’ve seen it yet or not. Bradly Cooper is convincing in […]

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