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About Ben Wasserman
Ben Wasserman is a graduate of NYU's M.A. Cinema Studies Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. He's previously written for the pop culture websites ComicsVerse and mxdwn Movies and currently writes movie reviews for Film-Forward alongside CBR. Ben loves all things film, television, gaming and comic-related, especially when it comes to Marvel. You can reach out to Ben on his Twitter page: https://twitter.com/WassermanReview
Actor Xolo Maridueña praises his mother's early love of comics and how it resulted in his exposure to Blue Beetle and other superhero characters.
Greta Gerwig's Barbie crosses a domestic box office milestone of $537.5 million, surpassing the numbers set fifteen years ago by The Dark Knight.
Speaking on Andor's relevancy in the midst of Hollywood's ongoing strikes, Diego Luna calls it, "a show about the strength we have as a community."
The Last of Us' Peter Hoar discusses making the show's third episode and using Bill and Frank's meal scene to establish their feelings for each other.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom's Jason Momoa addresses the recent Hawaiian wildfires and what people should and should not do to show their support.
Dan Trachtenberg reflects on the making of Prey and why he fought back against one brief attempt to make the film independent of the Predator IP.
A first look at Blue Beetle teases Jaime Reyes and allies trying to master his Scarab suit, resulting in Jaime taking a literal leap of faith.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's Alan Hawkins discusses animating the Spot and how a certain artist's self-portraits influence his movements.
A collection of Ahsoka images preview Ahsoka Tano, Hera Syndulla, and more ahead of the Star Wars show's release, complete with personal hashtags.
Check out a snippet of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's Gwen Stacey storyline before the animated film becomes available to stream digitally.
Director Jeff Byrd discusses Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' war flashbacks and what it was like telling stories about a "Starfleet black ops team."
Akiva Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers confirm which singing character in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' latest story was Bruce Horak in disguise.
Following her Star Wars casting, Ahsoka star Rosario Dawson remembers her Ahsoka Tano costume test and immediate reaction to the outfit afterward.
Horror director and screenwriter Christopher Landon will replace Radio Silence on the new Scream sequel, though its release date remains unknown.
Chad Stahelski reveals his history with Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon and what the John Wick movies took away from Lee's enduring impact on cinema.
Chris Miller explains how Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem's success could lead to Hollywood permitting more risky animated projects.
Director Ridley Scott reflects on seeing Joaquin Phoenix in Joker and what about it made his former Gladiator star perfect for the role of Napoleon.
Despite its recent cancellation, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth love Star Trek: Prodigy for how it makes the franchise accessible to newcomers.
Dafne Keen, Manny Jacinto, and Charlie Barnett discuss The Acolyte's fight scenes and how the action models itself off a certain Phantom Menace duel.
Angel Manuel Soto and Xolo Maridueña discuss the role anime played in bringing Blue Beetle's scarab suit weapons and Palmera City setting to life.