The week previous to the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con saw the comic book nerd world all abuzz with the uncowling of Batman’s genitalia in Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo’s Batman Damned.  The first issue released on DC’s Black Label has us visiting another universe where the Joker is dead.  Of...
BGN sat down with Anna Diop and the cast of Titans during NYCC. Diop looked radiant as ever as she gushed about the season and what fans can expect from her already controversial character Starfire. Diop even addressed the dust-up earlier this year over photos of her in full...
BGN found out that Rosa Salazar is a born storyteller when we sat down with her in a roundtable for the upcoming film, Alita: Battle Angel. She spoke about filming, her character, and her eventful audition for the film in front of director Rober Rodriguez. In fact, she has proof...
We know how hard it is to find a new show to watch on Netflix, so BGN has come to the rescue. It's October - the weather is cooling down, the night is falling earlier than usual, and pumpkin making a seasonal combat. Nothing's better than sitting back with...
I've seen A Million Little Things called the This is Us lookalike, a "copycat drama," and worse. None of these nicknames are correct, or they miss an important point about the show. That it intricately weaves into its dramatic framework suicide and depression in their real, raw, and honest forms. Depressed...
On the second day of the month that's practically made for horror/ fantasy writer Neil Gaiman, it was announced that he had signed an "overall" deal with Amazon Studios. What Happened with Amazon? Amazon is home to Gaiman's upcoming miniseries Good Omens, an adaptation of his popular 1990 novel co-written with the...
Before I can talk about Steven Loveridge's new documentary Matangi/Maya/M.I.A., we need to talk about the Sri Lankan civil war.  Warring, Bloody, Roots From 1983 to 2009, the island nation of Sri Lanka was embroiled in a horrific ethnic and civil war between the country’s Sinhala majority and its Tamil minority. The...
The new trailer for Creed II dropped this week, giving us all a better look at the lives of our favorite characters from the first film. In addition to a new baby, Adonis (Michael B. Jordan) is in that trailer struggling to get into shape and may just be...
Reinaldo Marcus Green makes a strong directorial debut with his film Monsters and Men. It’s not that we have not seen this story before, but rather it is the transparent and gritty manner in which the narrative seamlessly depicts the reality of many disenfranchised and marginalized people who are a part...
It was a photo that fellow Gary, IN native, Talicia Raggs posted on Facebook that prompted me to message her. She, and actor, Geoffrey Owens, smiling broadly on the set of CBS’s hit series, NCIS: New Orleans. Geoffrey Owens has been the target of controversy as a photo surfaced...