Hey fangirls and guys! It’s Monique here! Jill was kind enough to let me drop in and share a little something, something with you all. Call it a blast from the not-so-distant past. Are you ready? Okay, here we go.
A couple of weeks ago, I attended the first ever Women’s Choice Awards. I had never heard of it, but the guest of honor was Ms. Sharon Stone, for the Icon Award, presented by her good friend, Kathy Griffin. There was a purple carpet for esteemed guests, including their official correspondent Deborah Cox, and nominees. […]
This summer has just ended, but I’m already thinking about the summer of 2017. June 2nd, “Wonder Woman” will finally be coming to the big screen, and solo. Initially, the film was due this winter, but I am glad the Powers That Be realized that they had a film worthy of a summer release, with […]
I remember several weeks ago, scrolling down my Facebook news feed, and seeing this ad for a studio called Legion M. Normally I scroll on by ads, cause, ads, but this one gave me pause—it said in the preview that it was a fan-owned studio, and that anyone could invest. I clicked the link—another rarity, […]
This past weekend I had the pleasure of being a panelist for The Geek Initiative on their “THE BIG TWO ON THE BIG SCREEN: Do DC and MARVEL do enough?” panel. While Marvel has Rhodey, Sam, and now King T’challa, it appears they beat DC hands down as they have…um… But wait! Everyone forgets that […]
Eddie McClintock is always a pleasure. He is genuinely a character. What I found interesting at his autograph table was his innovation. In addition to tableside photos and autographs, Eddie was also selling tee shirts that he had designed. Here’s his quite candid interview:
I have to admit that I was hesitant to ask him anything, for it was hard for me to not bring up Donald Trump. So, I sat politely and listened while he was interviewed by my peers. I am happy to report, however, that I overcame my irrational fear, and got an interview with him […]
On Alfred’s relationship with Bruce: Their relationship starts to change…as a father and son relationship should be. On acting: You don your costume; it’s tailor made for you. You straightaway feel it. Now it’s automatic; I’ve been with the character so long…we know our characters fairly well now. On a marginally unprofessional note, I have […]