They really do need Jenny Lewis to make a proper sequel. What plot would make sense other than her own daughter becoming a Wilderness Girl? Grandma Phyllis could help out along with her old friends Chica Barnfell (Carla Gugino), Emily Coleman (Kellie Martin), Tasha Scott (Jasmine Shakar) and Tiffany Honigman (Emily Schulman). If the evil Red Feathers troop are up to their old tricks in the movie, director Betty Thomas should return to acting to play Velda Plendor once again. (Troop Beverly Hills die-hards will be enraged if they dare re-cast any of these roles.) … [Read more...] about Flashback: Beach Boys ‘Make It Big’ in ‘Troop Beverly Hills’
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Written by Gonzalez and Haft, Golden Boy centers on Ricky “The Big Hurt” Hurtado, a generational NFL prospect with an ego to match. He suffers a very public and humiliating flameout so returns home as a failure with no clear future. The Big Hurt is determined to rebuild his fractured relationships with his family and the community that once showered him in love and support, but now hate him. … [Read more...] about ‘Golden Boy’ Latinx Dramedy In Works At Freeform From ‘On My Block’ Co-Creators Eddie Gonzalez & Jeremy Haft And LeBron James’ The SpringHill Company
This fantastic fella has shown off his super talent in the Marvel universe since 2005 and even dabbled in voice acting when he was cast in an animated 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' series. This A-list actor is best known for his spot among an ensemble cast that has broken box office records. … [Read more...] about Guess Who This Brunette Boy Turned Into!
'Cartel Land' and 'A Private War' director Matthew Heineman returns to docs with a portrait of reggaeton superstar J Balvin. Appropriately enough given the subject matter of his celebrated documentaries like Cartel Land, director Matthew Heineman delivers something different from the usual rock-doc in The Boy from Medellin, his portrait of reggaeton superstar J Balvin: While offering some of the expected musical material and concert footage, the film is much more interested in the singer's emotional health, especially as it pertains to political unrest in his native Colombia. Though these themes might open the film up to interest outside Balvin's fan base, neither is explored with enough depth to really accomplish that; in practice, Boy is for pretty devoted fans only. … [Read more...] about ‘The Boy from Medellin’: Film Review | TIFF 2020
When asked which of his past concerts was the hardest to perform, J Balvin recalls playing Puerto Rico: “I was in a bad state of mind.” He opens up about his struggles with anxiety and the toll it has taken on his professional life, describing it as, “Everything outside is OK, but not inside your mind. It’s hell for real…And only when you focus on the present can you trick your brain.” … [Read more...] about Watch J Balvin Grapple With Anxiety in ‘The Boy From Medellín’ Clip