Todd Stashwick spoke with Solzy at the Movies about improv, Patrick Stewart, and the SAG-AFTRA strike while attending Fan Expo Chicago. Stashwick is a native to the Chicago area and previously performed with The Second City Touring Company after graduating from Illinois State. From there, Stashwick performed at Second City Detroit, which has given the world the likes of Keegan-Michael Key, Sam Richardson, Tim Robinson, etc. He also performed with the now-defunct Second City Northwest…"Todd Stashwick talks Improv, SAG-AFTRA Strike – Fan Expo Chicago 2023"
Star Trek: Picard nails the landing with a beautiful send-off for the Star Trek: TNG cast in the series finale episode, “The Last Generation.” Spoilers will follow for Star Trek: Picard. There is a mid-credit scene. I admit to being late to watching anything Star Trek. But regardless, I still recognize the big moments on the series. Take the end of last week’s episode. When one sees Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and company walking onto…"Star Trek: Picard – The Last Generation Nails The Landing"
Star Trek: Picard makes its return for the third and final season and reunites the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation in doing so. Engage! Paramount+ sent six episodes to watch ahead of the final season premiere. Going off of the trailer, I can say that there are sequences that are taking place during the final episodes. That’s not to say anything specific in terms of plot but my G-d, it’s so much fun…"Star Trek: Picard – Season 3 Is Cinematic In Every Way"
Olivia Munn delivers a a career-best performance in Justine Bateman’s directorial debut, Violet, making its Canadian premiere during TIFF. Let me tell you right off the bat that you need to be in the right mindset for the film. If you don’t have the right headspace, this film could prove to be problematic. Take it from me: I had major depression hit just before SXSW this year. Because of this, I didn’t review Violet during…"Violet – Toronto 2021"
The predictably cute family comedy Think Like A Dog is now available from Lionsgate for viewers to watch on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Tech genius Oliver (Gabriel Bateman) is twelve-years-old and lives with his parents, Lukas (Josh Duhamel) and Ellen (Megan Fox). When we first meet him, he’s about to present his middle school science fair experiment. The experiment doesn’t go wrong (hello, bullying!) so he makes another attempt at home with his dog, Henry…"Think Like A Dog Is Now Available"
Not every animated series or film works in live-action but I feel that Kim Possible was able to pull it off in the newest Disney Channel Original Movie. A quick prologue–serving as a glorified cameo for Professor Dementor (Patton Oswalt)–sees Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) in action alongside sidekick Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone). The duo are aided by tech genius Wade (Issac Ryan Brown). This takes place shortly before the duo enter the freshmen class at Middleton…"Kim Possible works in Live-Action"