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The reviews for Ridley Scott's The Martian has been summed up as "competence porn" by many critics because it shows an intelligent person "science the sh*t" out of a bad situation. It seems like the 2009 coined term, competence porn, has a bad reputation when it shouldn't. Every inch and cranny of our media consumption shows … Continue reading Everything is Competence Porn and That is Good
Published on the Celebritycafe.com 2015 has been a weird year for TV. Empire was the hottest show in the beginning of the year and Game of Thrones is currently the biggest show every time of the year. The irony is that these two popular shows are treated differently. GOT is proclaimed as a prestige show … Continue reading The Philosophy of Halt and Catch Fire
2015 will be the beginning of a new age of cinema. I say this because there will be new Star Wars, Ant-Man, The Avengers, Jupiter Ascending , Mad Max: Fury Road , Jurassic World , Poltergeist , Terminator: Genesis, Crimson Peak, Fantastic Four and many more big budget films that scream CGI. The reality is that Geek Culture is pop … Continue reading FanBoy Directors to Watch for In 2015
Originally Posted on Blerds. Written By Ricky Riley There is a reason Atlanta is called the Empire City of the South. Like New York City, Atlanta has become a cultural center for the arts and entertainment industry. Many celebrities make the city their home, such as rapper and actor T.I., director Tyler Perry, singer and actress Brandy … Continue reading 5 Reasons Atlanta Is the New Hotbed for the Entertainment Industry
Just this Wednesday, 2015’s biggest smash hit Empire, had its season finale drawing in 17 million viewers to ever growing viewership. Empire is probably my favorite show of 2015 so far beating out Archer and How to Get Away with Murder. The show has everything a good drama should have and every week its packs … Continue reading Rupert Murdoch and ‘Empire’s’ Hold on Black America
Regina King King has had many iconic acting roles in shows like Southland (2009-13) and 227 (1985-90) and in 1990s films like Poetic Justice, Boyz n the Hood, Friday and Jerry Maguire. However, she has also voiced the iconic Huey and Riley Freeman from The Boondocks (2005-14). See more at: http://blerds.atlantablackstar.com/2015/03/12/10-black-voice-actors-you-didnt-know-were-behind-some-of-tvs-most-popular-animated-characters/2/#sthash.4djWn5wF.dpuf