The film written by Andy Siara follows carefree Nyles (Andy Samberg), who meets Sarah (Cristin Milioti) a reluctant maid of honor who is in Palm Springs for a wedding. Trapped at this venue, things take a very interesting turn and they go on an existential time-loop journey of getting to know each other and themselves. During Sundance, Siara told Deadline that the movie was kind of based on the experience that Barbakow had at his wedding. … [Read more...] about Andy Samberg’s ‘Palm Springs’ Makes A Splash, Natalie Erika James Makes Haunting Directorial Debut With ‘Relic’ – Specialty Streaming Preview
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For this season, when you’re doing time jumps in the past you see the diversity, particularly in America, is not as intelligent or a forgiving as it once was, or pretends to be now. So, being able to see how each of these characters react to this world is some of the fun of the show as well. Yes, we’re going back in time but we’re also going back in our own cultural history. If S.H.I.E.L.D. can be an echo of that, and one of our viewers can walk away and go, wow, that’s what it used to be like and start that kind of conversation, that’s very exciting to me for the season. … [Read more...] about ‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ EPs Talk Tonight’s Final-Season Debut, More Marvel, Time Travel, Hydra & How It All Ends
Jumaane Williams may be the highest-ranking elected official who is black in New York City, but that doesn’t mean people know much about what his job actually does. New York City’s Public Advocate is the first in line to succeed the mayor, but even its own website describes the position’s duties as “ambiguous.” Williams sat down with Rolling Stone to discuss how he conceptualizes the position’s role, if he’s running for Mayor, buying bootleg De La Soul cassettes, Democratic Socialism, and New York City’s curfew during recent Black Lives Matter protests. … [Read more...] about ‘The First Time’ With New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams
For me, being a Black man, I knew that I was playing this man in a time where it wasn’t catered for him to succeed. I knew that he would have to navigate it in a specific way. To protect that and to make sure we had an open dialogue about it, my first question to Ryan was, “Are there going to be Black writers and creatives on the team?” As a white gay man, he was very happy about the idea of showing a Black gay man thriving, but I knew there were going to be some things that he didn’t understand. I needed to be able to have complete conversations. And his response was that that was the whole point of it. I got to meet Janet Mock and work closely with her. She was my right-hand superhero, because she was an EP, the director on two of our most ambitious episodes and in the writers room. A lot of those conversations, I could have with her, about how I could make this story feel authentic even though it was a fantasy. … [Read more...] about Jeremy Pope: How ‘Hollywood’s’ Fantasy Fosters Timely Conversations
Farah Khan had revealed, "This song is particularly close to me because it was the first time I was choreographing Sushant. We were friends for a long time but never worked together. I wanted the song to be done as a one shot song because I knew Sushant would be able to do it perfectly, because I remembered Sushant had once come to a reality dance show that I was judging as a celebrity guest and that's the only time the celebrity guest danced better than the contestants on that show." … [Read more...] about Dil Bechara Title Song: Sushant Singh Rajput Brightens Our Day With One Dance Step At A Time!