Candyman reinvents the classic villain from senseless slasher to social allegory

By Evelyn Heis, Film & TV Columnist Urban legend ‘Candyman’ has been summoned after 29 long years, appearing on the big screen as a twenty-first-century remake by Nia DaCosta, alongside producer Jordan Peele. Candyman (2021) is a direct sequel to Bernard Rose’s 1992 slasher-horror of the same name, told through a modern-day narrative that expands … Read more

Robservations: Trenier Ward joins ABC 7; Phil Kadner retires; Teri Arvesu heads Univision ‘social impact’

Trenier Ward Robservations on the media beat: Trenier Ward, a multimedia journalist who grew up in Chicago and graduated from Northern Illinois University, is coming home to join ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7 as a per diem reporter, starting Monday. Ward most recently was a reporter for WBAL, the NBC affiliate in Baltimore. Earlier he worked for … Read more

Jean Paul Gaultier: “Film costumes broke social and gender stereotypes” | The weekly country

When he was 13 years old, Jean Paul Gaultier turned on the television one afternoon and came across a scene from Falbalas (Jacques Becker, 1945), in which its protagonist wore a voluminous black and white dress in a private fashion show at a sewing house . “Look at it, it’s like a painting, incredible,” says … Read more

Emma Watson fans ask her to return to social media

Fans ask Emma Watson to return to social media | Special Emma watson She decided to leave her social networks since June of this year, since then little or nothing has been known about her, especially due to the confinement situations in which we live and that have made our social interactions difficult, but that … Read more

Colima newspaper

Colima newspaper Tejaban Wednesday October 13, 2021 9:07 pm + – To understand, from the spectacular, the genealogical field of the aesthetics of the apocalypse, one should begin with the analysis of the work of Richard Matheson. He is by no means the founder of apocalyptic cinema, but his sensitivity crossed by gothic art, vampirism, … Read more

Pedro Pascal is criticized on social networks for supporting Gal Gadot

One of the news that has most impacted humanity in recent times is the attacks that the Israeli government has been carrying out in the Palestinian city of Gaza. The victims have been countless. For the same reason, people did not take very well when the Israeli actress Gal Gadot decided to share a statement … Read more

Drew Barrymore doesn’t let her daughters watch social media and every mom should listen

By Cecilia Martinez October 12, 2021 at 11:20 a.m. Actress Drew Barrymore is strict when it comes to protecting her family. The famous woman spoke openly about the reason why your daughters are prohibited from using social media and she doesn’t share photos of them either. Her fans applauded her for being a good mother … Read more

Films that capture Paisley’s social history to be shown for first time online

A unique insight into Renfrewshire’s social history that has been captured through the lenses of local filmmakers is being broadcast on Ren TV. A mini film festival, called Reel Life Screen Gems is being first shown on Renfrewshire Leisure’s Ren TV internet channel at 7pm, on Tuesday, July 6. Supported by Creative Scotland, the programme … Read more

Antonela Roccuzzo, fully integrated into Parisian social life

It was a hard blow to have to say goodbye to his beloved BarcelonaHowever, it seems that Leo Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo have adapted perfectly to their new life in Paris. After living in the luxurious Royal Monceau hotel for these weeks, the footballer and his wife they have finally found the house they were … Read more