Actor and comedian Monty Geer was relatively not as well-known when he was trying to make it big in the TV industry. That was until he landed a role on MTV’s drama/comedy Awkward. The show lasted five seasons and won a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Comedy. Geer played lanky, tall geek Cole Higgins, a recurring character on the show’s last two seasons. Since the show’s ending in 2016, the actor has been doing small projects here and there along with his own stand-up act in LA. Geer took the time to speak with me about his past career and the hard work and perseverance that got him where he is today.
With the instrumentals and use of electric, synthpop, the Peach Tree Rascals make the music of the ‘70s “cool” again. Artists like Poolside and Harry Styles are brought to mind when listening through. The band brings a fresh, unique sound to the pop and hip-hop communities that will surely stand out from other artists today.
Welcome back to another episode of Byte's news podcast, "Wrapped Up"! In this episode, Kellyn Harrison reports on the biggest hits movie theaters took this week. From Disney placing Cruella and Black Widow on Disney Plus to Warner Bros. making deals with Regal Cinemas, nobody knows whether theaters can survive the madness! But that's not it! Listen in on the latest anime news, Broadway updates, and whether Discord will be under a completely new owner!
Welcome back to another episode of Input 2! In this episode, join us as we discuss the anticipated Godzilla vs. Kong movie! Who will win? How did King Kong and Godzilla come about? Tune in to find out the history of the two characters, outcomes, and theories about the film, and more on this week's episode of Input 2! Hosts: Dylan Walter, Sam Shipe, and Blake Chapman Edited by: Dylan Walter Graphic by: Kellyn Harrison
The one-year anniversary of theaters closing has come and gone, and yet things have not gone back to normal. Many theaters have reopened their doors, but studios including Disney, Universal, and Sony have been reluctant to release their major blockbusters in the hopes of being able to have a normal theatrical release after the pandemic subsides.
One of the best feelings in the world in finding new music through an artist that you already love. Recently I was listening to songs by the artist eaJ, also known as Jae from the K-pop band Day6, when I came across a collaboration he had done with an artist I had never heard of called Seori, a South Korean R&B artist. Naturally I clicked on the video to listen to it, and it took approximately 30 seconds for me to completely fall in love with her voice. The song “It just is” captured Seori’s dream-like voice that makes you connect to both the song and the emotions that come with realizing you are in love, even if you do not speak Korean. I was hooked and I needed to hear more of her voice.
It’s been an exciting and anxious time for fans of young artist AJ Mitchell. In 2015, Mitchell was discovered via social media while living in his hometown of Belleville, Illinois. He released his first single, “Used to Be” in 2017, after writing it at the age of 13. He has collaborated with musicians like Meghan Trainor, Cheat Codes, Ava Max, and Ella Henderson. Mitchell is a candid, free musician, taking inspiration from his life and shaping it into worthwhile lyrics. I got the chance to speak with Mitchell about his writing tactics, inspirations, and upcoming album Skyview, set to release soon.
When thinking about female superheroes and villains, there’s a wide span of variety. Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Scarlet Witch, and many more; but one stands out. Not only for her unpredictability, but as one of the few females to side with a hero and battle him at times. Selina Kyle, more commonly called Catwoman, is one of the most mysterious female heroes/villains of the DC Universe. She has been portrayed by several actresses over the years, with each portrayal being different from the last. With Zoë Kravitz playing Catwoman in 2022’s The Batman, I thought it was only fitting to look back at the past lineage of women—from worst to best—who have portrayed the infamous whip-wielding burglar.
Ever since Disney purchased 20th Century Fox, one question swirling around has been how Marvel will implement the Fantastic Four, Deadpool, and the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Information about the Fantastic Four was revealed at the Disney executive meeting in December 2020, revealing that they hired Jon Watts, director of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home, to helm the project. News on the state of Deadpool has also been announced, revealing both the writers and that the third film will still hold an R rating. However, news on the state of the X-Men has remained silent, until now.
Despite the slow start in story development, the comical training scene shown within this first episode of season five made for an overall entertaining watch. The training scene shows fans how far the Class 1-A students have come in honing their individual quirks and teamwork. Therefore, this episode serves as an important reminder to the viewer that they are still kids who need a break sometimes before we get into the nitty-gritty of the plot again. The next episode looks to dive back into the details following Endeavor’s fight with Nomu and possibly his relationship with his son, so it shouldn’t be missed.
Welcome back to another episode of the Coven! On this special Women's History Month episode, join us as we discuss how the pandemic has affected working women, the childcare crisis, and the burdens of being a woman in the STEM field. Tune in for all this and more on another episode of the Coven! Hosts: Shwetha Sundarrajan & Rachel Smith Edited by: Shwetha Sundarrajan Graphic by: Taylor Sheridan
Graham breaks down new developments for Nintendo properties - the disappearance of Mario games and merchandise from stores and an upcoming horror movie based on Animal Crossing