Avid consumer of pop culture with over 5 years of experience in digital editorial and publishing. As an editor, I have interviewed some of the industry's leading talent in film and music and have delivered high caliber opinion features on the current cultural climate. I have also overseen print and digital production from initial concepts to pre-production and final delivery.
After the release of the Netflix hits To All The Boys
I’ve Loved Before, Sierra Burgess is A Loser and
the upcoming rom-com The Perfect Date, Noah Centineo
is quickly carving his way to household status, landing
him the unexpected title of The Internet’s Boyfriend™
Sons of an Illustrious Father are turning harsh realities into cultural gold.
“We never want to feel inhibited” states Ezra Miller of Sons of An Illustrious Father, the gender-queer group formed with childhood best friend Lilah Larson and their more recently found kindred spirit Josh Aubin.
By drawing references from the 2016 Orlando shooting, refusing to identify with any gender binaries and promoting sexual fluidity, the band has become a symbol of hope to their loyal fan base and within the LGBTQ+ community.
With criticism flying back and forth over Vanessa’s blatant fridging that the writers had committed, Baccarin still feels strongly that her role in the sequel is more than
the catalyst for Deadpool’s actions: “People need to chill. It’s a movie - it’s a story. They’re allowed to have their opinion. I’m not saying that they’re wrong. I mean, yes, I’m there so he can have a really kick-ass reason for doing everything that he does in the movie. In that sense it’s correct. But with every story that we tell, we solidify who these people are more and more. She’s a true partner to him"
"I don’t want to be solo. I don’t want to do it on my own. I’m not a guitar player or a prolific songwriter. I can write a few songs every now and again but I miss being in a band. I miss my brother the way he was back then. I miss singing those great songs that we all made great."
What do you think people in the industry should do to in order to make it safe for both men and women?
"I think that these occurrences are happening by and large because of individuals who are corrupt. The best thing that can be done is what’s already being done. But it’s also boycotting and taking a personal stance against artists that you don’t agree with. I hear the same thing a lot, which is ‘I really dislike them as a person but they make great films.’ Well okay – you shouldn’t watch them then."
"So many people suffer from self-hate because they don’t feel that they are worthy – in spite of the fact that their outside egos project that they’re comfortable in their skin. I feel like this movie shows that we’re all worthy. And I hope people take that with them into their lives."
After spending the year touring the world, The Vamps are ready to go back into the studio and start working on their third studio album. Currently, just back from India, the band sat down to chat upcoming single All Night, relationships and what makes them tick. It’s been a full year for the boys and they keep going on strong.
With a number 1 single in her pocket, Jess Glynne is no longer just ‘the girl who sings Rather Be”. After hitting all the awards shows from the Brits to the Grammy’s, fast forward to 2015 and she’s topping the charts with ‘Hold My Hand’. Jess chats all things music, her forthcoming album and how having a one hit wonder doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re gonna disappear.
Ryan Tedder is a very busy man these days. Having worked alongside the biggest talents in the industry, he’s now taken time to focus on OneRepublic’s 4th album due to be released in early October. Some have accused Tedder of handing out his greatest hits to other musicians, but the band’s upcoming album is bound to prove everyone wrong. Appropriately entitled Oh My My, the album unmasks Tedder’s incredible versatility and vocal range, as you’ve never heard it before. In short, it’s safe to sa...
Taylor Swift at Wembley - SWIFT DELIVERS IMPECCABLE PERFORMANCE OF POWERHOUSE CALIBER IN FRONT OF 90,000 PEOPLE AT WEMBLEY STADIUM.
People might have strong opinions about Swift, but the singer-songwriter is clearly in her imperial phase. With 13 years in pop music, long may her reign continue. In a couple of decades, we will see this emblematic day at Wembley Stadium as the pinnacle moment of when Taylor Swift’s became a legacy name to rival Michael Jackson.
“Feel free to be whatever you want and whoever you want in this room,” Harry chants to the audience. That’s what they’re here for, after all. “I wouldn’t get to do this if it hadn’t been for you” he carries on with the grateful innocence of a child. And a child he is – one that might not even be aware of what even greater of a journey lies ahead of him. “He’s a Bowie in the making,” I hear shyly from an eager fan sat behind me. He’s not – He’s Harry Styles in the making.
BAFTA EE The Costume Series in partnership with Swarovski - Interviews with I, Tonya and The Shape of Water Costume Designers
’It’s a magical time when an actor feels incredibly wholesome with the costume” Johnson says while reflecting on working with Margot Robbie. Robbie’s costumes were made from scratch – there was no particular insight into Tonya’s actual outfits that she wore during the Olympics.