Tag: Culture

Boy George Biopic Karma Chameleon to Start Filming in Summer 2021

In 2019, when Boy George announced his biopic, he mentioned that he wanted Sophie Turner to play him. Now that biopic is becoming more of a reality. George’s film now has a title —Karma Chameleon because of course — and finds the singer saying that “there are rumours of Keanu Reeves popping in,” according to Deadline. Whether that’s […]

April 20, 2021

Outriders Is the Loot-Heavy RPG-Shooter You and Your Friends Have Been Waiting For

If there’s one game that’s surprised a lot of people in this new console generation (other than Astro’s Playroom), it’s Outriders. Written off by many as “just another looter-shooter” set in a futuristic apocalypse scenario (one brought on by climate change instead of Terminators or easily-transmitted respiratory viruses), the latest title by the Polish Gears […]

April 8, 2021

What’s It Like to Be a Woman in Stand-Up Comedy? It’s Hysterical

FX is stepping behind the velvet rope with Hysterical, a documentary about emerging and established female comics that looks at how the comedy world is finally catching up with the times. Feature-length, the piece explores the joy of stand-up, tackles the “women aren’t funny” trope, tiptoes into cancel culture from a female perspective, and reveals […]

April 5, 2021

Whatever Is Left of It

April 1st (aka April Fool’s Day) marks 13 months since independent venues have been shut down across the country due to COVID-19, including comedy clubs and comedy theaters. While musicians adapted nimbly and found ways to thrive publicly with livestreams, comedy went underground. Backrooms, basements, rooftops, alleyways and even apartments and backyards became the new […]

April 1, 2021

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Soundtrack Gets Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Release

Fans of the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla soundtrack can finally rejoice, as their wish for a limited edition vinyl release has finally come true. Ubisoft partnered with Lakeshore Records to put out the multicolored double-album containing hours of the game’s original score. The May 21 release (which is available for preorder through Lakeshore right now) features an […]

March 31, 2021

Simply the Best

To be a Baptist gospel choir singer from Nutbush, Tennessee, and dream of being the first Black rock and roll performer to sell out football stadiums is a daunting desire to have, let alone achieve. However, Tina Turner did just that and HBO’s documentary TINA shares that story from desire to fulfillment.  Magnetized by her […]

March 27, 2021

Grammy-Nominated DJ Kaskade Explains Why He’s Performing in Fortnite Tonight

If normal live-streamed performances haven’t been enough for you during the COVID era, Epic Games are back with another big addition to their Fortnite Party Royale series. As previously announced on Monday, Grammy-nominated DJ Kaskade is the latest artist to be featured within the massive video game, headlining tonight’s event at 8pm ET. As those who […]

March 26, 2021