Keep a look out throughout the Gaslamp and within the convention center for all signs of CBS Television Studios! They’ll kick off the weekend with an exclusive world premiere screening of the upcoming CBS series EVIL and upcoming CW series Nancy Drew on Thursday! Then on Saturday, the cast and […]
There’s energy in the air, waiting to visit another galaxy. You’re standing by the Hungry Bear Restaurant just having purchased a terrible cup of coffee because, once you go off world, there’s no coffee to be found, and you have an 8pm-12am time slot. You’ll need that caffeine for the […]
Back in the day, I used to watch Great Performances with my mother on PBS. It’s how I was introduced to Cats, Sunday in the Park with George, and Shakespeare. I was introduced to the idea of Broadway through watching theatre from my living room. And now, that experience has […]
Back in the fall of 2017, I got the chance to talk with Wyatt Cenac about his latest project, a web series on Topic called aka Wyatt Cenac. The series follows Wyatt as a vigilante called The Viceroy, and his band of companions. Wyatt wrote, and starred in the show. […]
The most exciting offsite of SDCC 2018 is here and it’s the Jack Ryan experience! There’s missions, there’s ice cream, and there’s action! We detail everything to do in our post about this awesome experience!
Happy Vulture Fest 2018! It’s my favorite time of year, when films, tv shows, podcasts, and pop culture collide. Vulture Festival is in its 5th year, and they’ve got their weekend down pat. Here’s a quick rundown of the five panels we saw over the weekend.
NerdsVote is on the Case, Combining Fandom and Civic Engagement to Encourage Nerds Everywhere to Register to Vote
NerdsVote aims to bring together individuals from the voice acting industry and other related entertainment spheres to push the importance of voter registration.
WICOMICON was everything you could ever want in a convention: cosplay, vendors, and panels. The crowds only grew throughout the day and there was a sense of joy and community that I hadn’t felt at any other convention.
The LA Times Festival of Books is worth a visit if you happen to be in the area. Books, music, crafts, conversations, sun – what could be better than that?
Hosted at Goya Studios March 30 – April 1, fans of the show can experience this free art exhibit by registering for a time on Eventbrite. And don’t forget to tune into the new season of Legion on Tuesday, April 3 at 10 PM ET/PT on FX!