Ellie Kendrick – Levelling the Field
Actresses / Drama / Foreign Films / Interviews / Movies / Pop Culture / Television / Video

Ellie Kendrick – Levelling the Field

Ellie Kendrick Levelling the Field by Jay S. Jacobs You always think of the bright, shiny places that young actors go to find stardom. However, acclaimed young British actress Ellie Kendrick is making a buzz by literally descending into the muck. Though she is only 26, Kendrick has been making a name for herself in … Continue reading

20th Century Women (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
Drama / Movie Reviews / Movies / Pop Culture / Reviews / Video / Video Reviews

20th Century Women (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

20th CENTURY WOMEN (2017) Starring Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig, Lucas Jade Zumann, Billy Crudup, Alison Elliott, Thea Gill, Vitaly A. Lebeau, Olivia Hone, Waleed Zuaiter, Curran Walters, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Alia Shawkat, Nathalie Love, Cameron Protzman and John Billingsley. Screenplay by Mike Mills. Directed by Mike Mills. Distributed by A24.  118 minutes.  Rated R. … Continue reading

James Van Der Beek – CSI: Cyber Star Balances His Career and Life As a Dad
Action / Actors / Drama / Family FIlms / Interviews / Medicine / Movies / Online / Pop Culture / Television

James Van Der Beek – CSI: Cyber Star Balances His Career and Life As a Dad

James Van Der Beek CSI: Cyber Star Balances His Career and Life As a Dad by Landyn Gerace For more than 20 years James Van Der Beek has been a household name to families everywhere. From his notable role as Dawson Leery on Dawson’s Creek to playing a comic version of himself on Don’t Trust … Continue reading

Robert De Niro – The Actor and Filmmaker Shaped Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale As His Directorial Debut
Actors / Directors / Drama / Interviews / Movies / Oscar Nominees / Pop Culture

Robert De Niro – The Actor and Filmmaker Shaped Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale As His Directorial Debut

Robert De Niro – The Actor and Filmmaker Shaped Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale As His Directorial Debut by Brad Balfour On February 26, 2014, the First Time Fest team held a special event in tandem with Tribeca Enterprises in anticipation of the 20th anniversary of A Bronx Tale, Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro‘s directorial debut. Since the concept of the fest is … Continue reading

Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World
Actors / Books / Comedy / Comics / Drama / Interviews / Movies / Online / Podcasts / Politics / Pop Culture / Reality Television / Television / Video

Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World

Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World by Jay S. Jacobs Stand up comedian.  Actor.  Podcast host.  Father.  Occasional color commentary guy.  Seeker of knowledge.  Chronicler of sexual roles. You don’t want to be the dude responsible for keeping Bryan Callen’s résumé current. You’ve seen him on TV, or on the big screen, or in the … Continue reading

KT Tunstall – Eyes to the Skies
Classic Rock / Concerts / Folk / Interviews / Music / Music Videos / Online / Pop Culture / Rock & Roll / Singers / Video

KT Tunstall – Eyes to the Skies

KT Tunstall Eyes to the Skies by Jay S. Jacobs Originally posted on May 27, 2006. Is it possible that the next big thing in music is a thirtyish woman from Scotland?  An adopted daughter of a scientist who had no real interest to speak of in music?  An iconoclast who became a figurehead of … Continue reading

Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six
Drama / Interviews / Literature / Movies / Pop Culture / Sports / Television / Writing

Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six

Elwood Reid He Didn’t Six By Ronald Sklar Elwood Reid and I have formed the I-Love-Richard-Price Club. You already may (and should) know that Richard Price (The Wanderers, Ladies’ Man, Blood Brothers and Clockers) is the most brilliant working-class writer who ever lived. Elwood and I worship and adore him. So, kids: now you know the yin-yang of … Continue reading