From the Potomac to the Chesapeake Bay, and all over Maryland, good day” It’s a great pleasure to drop by. I see you want to know more about me. I have lived in Maryland/DC/NOVA area for all my life. I am very passionate in whatever life brings me whether is to host a trivia game with friends to reviewing the latest in movies and television. No matter what have I done in life, it’s always a learning experience for me. Who do I want to meet: Local news anchors/reporters to learn all that is learnable about journalism. Old and new friends that have help shaped me into who I am today and…. The world since every place and everyone has a story to tell and I want to observe and listen. That’s the short version of my life. Have any questions, you know where to reach me
On this edition, I talked to actor/screenwriter/producer Danny Strong. He is making his directorial debut with “Rebel in the Rye” starring Nicholas Hoult, Zoey Deutch, Sarah Paulson and Kevin Spacey. Author J.D. Salinger leads a reclusive lifestyle after the success of his popular and controversial novel “The Catcher in the Rye.”
There’s something strange…coming to DC this Friday and Saturday. If you want to ride the new Ecto-1, Who Ya Gonna Call…. LYFT! Today, the famous ghost-busting ride of the upcoming summer movie made a stop in the DC Area to give fans of the franchise a preview of their upcoming promotion.
In our latest edition of Hollywood Insider, I present to you another first time director. This week, he’s making his directoral debut in the new movie “Dear White People”. Ladies and gentlemen, for your reading pleasure, writer/director Justin Simien.
I recently sat down with playwright Priest Tyaire to talk about his current production “Mrs. Independent”, coming to the Warner Theatre in Washington DC – Mother’s Day Weekend (May 8-11th). Click on the video below to check out this exclusive interview!
Priest Tyaire Productions today announced the release of its latest hit stage play “Mrs. Independent” featuring celebrity cast members Robin Givens of “Boomerang” and “Fresh Prince of Bel Air”; Shirley Murdock known for the hit song “I Can’t Go On Without You”; and, Christopher Williams known for the hit song “Don’t Wake Me I’m Dreamin”. This highly anticipated production is scheduled to take place in DC at the Warner Theatre during Mother’s Day Weekend – May 8th thru 11th – and is sure to have audiences on the edge of their seats, while also leaving them with a message of hope and encouragement.
Alfonso Riberio has kept us entertained since age 8. He was the” Tap Dance Kid” on Broadway, played the sidekick to Rick Schroeder on “Silver Spoons” and introduced the Carlton Dance and on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. Now, he’s hosting game shows like “Your Big Break” and GSN’s “Catch 21”. This time, Alfonso is bringing spelling back to TV with the upcoming ABC Family’s Spell-Mageddon. I had the chance to talk to Mr. Riberio to talk about the Art of S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G.
How does a pair of Academy Award winning pair of screenwriters follow-up their crowning achievement? They both take on the world of television. Jim went on to play a Dean of a community college and Nat played a dreamer and an underachiever who moved in to help his sister. This summer, the dynamic duo wrote, act and making their directing debut in one of the best films of the summer, The Way, Way Back. Dean Rogers recently sat down with Nat & Jim to get the story on The Way, Way Back