Composer Tom Holkenborg A.K.A. Junkie XL chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con just after the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel. Watch the video below as he discusses how he goes about creating a score, how involved he is throughout the process of putting music together and his experience creating the incredible sounds for Mad Max: Fury Road.
The Angel Ball is not only the signature fundraising event for Denise Rich’s Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation, it is the highlight of the social season in New York City. Attendees included Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Jamie Foxx, Sophia Vergara, Kris Jenner, Tina Knowles, Ludacris, Lala Anthony, Halle Baldwin, Paris and Nicky Hilton and many, many more. The Daily Quirk was on the red carpet catching up with these celebrities who were there to support, give back, and help find a cure. We heard from guests like actress Brittany Daniel, The Today Show’s Hoda Kotb, and singer/songwriter Natalie Cole. We also got the first look at the surprise musical guests for the evening. Watch to see exclusive interviews at the Angel Ball red carpet. Continue reading
The Daily Quirk sat down with Extraterrestrial stars Brittany Allen and Jesse Moss for an exclusive interview at Tribeca Film Festival to discuss the film and their respective roles in the Vicious Brothers’ newest sci-fi horror film. Watch the interview below where Allen and Moss discuss interesting aspects of their characters, working with the Vicious Brothers and just what makes Extraterrestrial different from other alien invasion flicks that have come and gone.
The Daily Quirk caught up with Latoya Luckett at the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of her film, From the Rough, and we’re bringing you the inside info! Watch the exclusive interview below where Luckett shares how her role in the film came about, learning from co-star Taraji P. Henson on set and working with the late Michael Clarke Duncan. Continue reading
The Daily Quirk sat down with Thrilling Adventure Hour Player Hal Lublin and Guest Stars Richard Speight Jr. and Timothy Omundson at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, where they appeared to take part in the general C2E2 awesomeness and give a special Thrilling Adventure Hour performance, for an exclusive interview where they shared all the details on what the Thrilling Adventure Hour is all about (and why it’s so super cool), as well as their individual projects, like Psych and Supernatural, and much more! Watch the interview below!
The Daily Quirk caught up with stars of NBCUniversal’s Cable Networks on the red carpet at the 2014 Upfronts and we’re bringing you an exclusive inside look! For all the info, watch the feature below where we talk to Mark Feuerstein, Peter Gallagher, Serinda Swan, Nigel Barker and more to find out what we can expect from the new seasons of shows like Royal Pains, Covert Affairs, Graceland and The Face! Continue reading
The Daily Quirk got to take an inside look at the Ink Fusion Tattoo Festival at Megacon in Orlando, FL, to find out from two of the festival’s artists, Kelly Rogers and Mike Bianco, just what makes the world-travelling tattoo festival which specializes in sci-fi and comic book tattoo artistry, including Spider Man, Thor and Doctor Who themed pieces, so awesome, and how much fans love their superheroes. Check out the video below to hear the artists discuss why they got into the tattoo business, some of their more memorable concepts and why these festival goers decided to get their tattoos done at Ink Fusion.
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A semi-biographical film written and directed by Miguel Ali, Confessions of a Womanizer explores the humor and darkness behind Ritchie’s (Andrew Lawrence) sex addiction. Unable to connect with any of his sexual partners beyond a physical release, Ritchie meets a transgender prostitute, Ginger (Kelly Mantle). Ginger helps Ritchie come to terms with why he cannot emotionally connect with his partners before Viagra and prostitutes ruin his life.
The Daily Quirk sat down with Writer/Director Miguel Ali, Producer Erick M. Crespo and Star Kelly Mantle during Cinequest Film Festival to discuss the movie. Watch the exclusive interview below to find out more about what inspired the film, the heart of the story and why Kelly Mantle enjoyed working with Gary Busey so much! Continue reading
Eternity: The Movie is a love letter to the 80s and the iconic flashy music scene. Described as an 80s homage, by Writer/Producer Joey Abi-Loufti and Producer/Editor Eric Staley, the film is a comedy about losers Todd (Barrett Crake) and BJ (Myko Olivier) who meet in the infamous San Fernando Valley and become R&B duo, Eternity. Together they make music only this era of melodrama, big hair, flare and sex can handle.
The Daily Quirk caught up with Abi-Loufti and Staley on the Cinequest Film Festival red carpet to discuss the film. Watch the exclusive interview below where we talk their love of 80s music, such as: Hall & Oats, Richard Marx, & Wham!, how it influenced the making of Eternity: The Movie and some of their favorite scenes to film! Continue reading
In the dark comedy, Friended to Death, Michael Harris (Ryan Hansen) fakes his own death via Facebook to see who’s sad to see him go, leading to a series of unexpected and hilarious events. With lots of laughs, a touch of social commentary and a fabulous supporting cast including Zach McGowan (Black Sails/Shameless), James Immekus (Once Upon a Time, Boxboarders) and Richard Riehle (Office Space, The Man from Earth), Friended to Death is a must see indie comedy.
The Daily Quirk caught up with Friended to Death Writer/Producer Ian Michaels and Writer/Producer/Director Sarah Smick (who both star in the film as well!) at the Cinequest Film Festival to talk what inspired the film, the film’s commentary on social media, and some of their favorite scenes to film. Check out the exclusive interview below!
Worlds and genres collide in the dark comedy-drama, It Was You Charlie, an “unrequited love story meets thriller” written, directed and co-produced by Emmanuel Shirinian. The film follows Abner (Michael D. Cohen), once an accomplished sculptor, who suffers the emotional and psychological effects of a disastrous car crash. In the midst of guilt and suicidal thoughts, Abner finds comfort in the lively company of Zoe (Emma Fleury), a young, free-spirited taxi driver. Continue reading