Posts in Film
Nathalie Emmanuel

After spending seven years in Game of Thrones as the role of an allegiant advisor, Nathalie Emmanuel is ready to take on more sovereign duties. This summer, she will be starring as the lead in Mindy Kaling's adaptation of Four Weddings And A Funeral. Unlike the original, the miniseries will be streamed on Hulu, embracing a more modern approach with an exceptionally diverse cast. The narrative ensues the reunion of four friends at a London wedding, but after a shocking revelation at the alter, their lives are never the same again. There are twists, turns, love affairs, and of course, four weddings and a funeral. We can also look forward to Nathalie starring alongside Ron Livingston in the unconventional comedy Holly Slept Over. The story follows the couple's struggles in trying to conceive and the evoked tensions when an old college roommate stays over for the weekend. Given her outstanding credentials, we are here for anything she touches. And we are thrilled to see her at the forefront of incredible projects, regardless of whether winter is coming or not.

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Storm Reid

At 15 years old, Storm Reid is a young actress working in one of the most shaky and quick- moving times in recent decades. Acting alongside contemporary greats and acquiring much knowledge through her journey. At 5’8 she stands a sophisticated, well-spoken professional. We chat about family, rights and wisdom, and I have to remind myself I’m conversing with a teenager. Certainly at her age, with dreams of my own—I lacked the discipline to execute them. Storm is different it seems.

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Jack O’Connell

You can’t tell from his youthful face, but Jack O’Connell is a veteran. The Darby native has honed his talents on television and screen for over a decade, and it shows. From humble beginnings on cult favorites like Skins to big-budget period pieces written by the Coen Brothers, Jack has proven himself to be a capable actor, regardless of the demands. Jack O’Connell meanders about his past with The Laterals and provides insight on two feature films due out this year.

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Henry Lau

Henry Lau, the Toronto native turned global resident has juggled a bevy of identities throughout the span of his decade plus long career. For someone who has successfully built a brand appealing to a worldwide audience with his impressive artistry and atmospheric charm as a K-Pop music prodigy, Chinese TV star, and now as Hollywood’s newest face, it comes as no surprise that he thrives in the role of playing a global chameleon.

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Justice Smith

Justice Smith was most notably the breakout star of The Get Down and has moved beyond the world of streaming with Jurassic World and Pokémon: Detective Pikachu. He always seems to balance a comedic effect with deep empathy and a disarming physicality in his work. With everything that he has accomplished in the last few years, Justice Smith is undeniably a star. And yet, he's just getting started.

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Sivan Alyra Rose

Sivan Alyra Rose is no debutante beneficiary of Hollywood. She grew up right outside of Phoenix on the San Carlos Apache reservation, raised by her mother and grandmother. Unlike those bequest into the industry, Sivan was discovered at 16 years-old, modeling at the Santa Fe Indian Market. This comes as no surprise because Sivan is absolutely captivating. What's even more remarkable than her exceptional good looks is her unique aesthetic; a goth-glam extrinsic projection of the visionary within. Her unconventional upbringing impressed an affinity for abstract art and a passion for civil issues. In 2016, Sivan drew inspiration from Marley Mitchell, Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat to exhibit "Hypnotize", her collection of skateboard art in support of the Phoenix Indian Center. A year later, she attended the Institute of American Indian Arts where she was cast as the lead in a short horror story called The Entrada. This was the inception of her artistic odyssey into film and television.

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