Amy Adams is “Enchanted” again and has a teenage daughter

Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden and Idina Menzel reprise their roles in Disenchanted, whose literal translation would be Desechanted, a sequel to Enchanted (Nice to meet you), whose filming has started in Ireland, as reported by Disney in a statement. Directed by Adam Shankman, the film will premiere exclusively on the platform Disney+ in … Read more

Actor Finn Wolfhard says the Ghostbusters sequel is faithful to the original

Back in December, when the first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, many fans came out to criticize the teaser for the new sequel because they believed it did not respect the comedic tone and influence that the original ’80s movies had. Now, one of the protagonists of this relaunch of the saga -which would premiere on … Read more

“To face my Shockwave character I looked at LeBron James and even Lionel Messi”

“The Boys” was one of the great surprises of 2019, with which Amazon managed to establish itself and compete in the streaming market against Netflix. This year, the second season doubled the staging in terms of darkness and sour humor, which resulted in rave reviews. One of the actors who was part of both installments, … Read more

the day Patrick Stewart met Lionel Messi

The image went viral in 2017. That year, at the “The Best” awards gala (organized by FIFA in London), Patrick Stewart, the renowned actor who played, for example, the Professor X in the X-Men saga, was photographed with Lionel Messi, one of the stars of the ceremony. The jokes, of course, did not wait. “He … Read more

Robert Kerbeck, Acclaimed Author of Malibu Burning, Selected as a Finalist for the 2021 SoCal Journalism Awards

Robert Kerbeck, Acclaimed Author Malibu Burning: The Real Story Behind LA’s Most Devastating Wildfire Robert Kerbeck (left) & LA Mayor Eric Garcetti (right) Sean Penn and Dr. Sanjay Gupta will be on hand to celebrate Kerbeck and the best of Southern California Journalism LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 14, 2021 / — Robert Kerbeck, … Read more

Artificial intelligence can write itself

As soon as Tom Smith was able to get in touch with Codex – a new technology for artificial intelligence who writes his own computer programs — he interviewed him for a job. He asked if he could solve the “code challenges” that programmers often face when interviewing them for jobs that could make a … Read more

The East Gallery died and only a ghost inhabits it

Something strange happens in this city of insatiable commercial rotation, where there may be locals boasting in English and without the slightest ironic pride: “Since 2014”. We go in search of The Little Hole, the mythical 3×2 record store that is in the no less legendary East Gallery from (since) 1969. More than a record … Read more

The French made the leap from the Ten percent series to Hollywood

At some point in the pandemic, perhaps between the premiere of Ted Lasso in August 2020 and Bridgerton in December, you may have come across the French Netflix import, Call my agent! (Ten Percent o Ten percent in various countries), a sweet, if absurd, parody of the global entertainment complex seen through the lens of … Read more

Alone with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the actor who created Mr. Corman in his image and likeness

Life is not all the time rosy and Mr. Corman knows it well. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt (500 days with her, Inception and The Chicago 7 trial), the new series of Apple TV+ takes us in an emotional journey through the mind of Josh Corman. Hopefully, and if he had made better decisions, Josh Corman I … Read more

On the phenomenon of El Reino, five series on the B-side of religion

“I write fiction. And fiction is a lie. It can be a plausible lie or not, entertaining or not, that opens debates in society or not. But always a lie ”. With those words, the writer Claudia Piñeiro explained what apparently needs no explanation: the fictional pact. The screenwriter and one of the creators of … Read more