INTERVIEW: Happy Death Day 2U Costume Designer Whitney Anne Adams Enters Time Loop

Costume Designer Whitney Anne Adams worked her magic on Happy Death Day 2U, the upcoming sequel to the sleeper-slasher-hit from 2017 about Tree (Jessica Rothe), a girl who just can’t stop dying at the hands of a killer and must relive the same horrific days again and again until she figures it all out. Happy… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Happy Death Day 2U Costume Designer Whitney Anne Adams Enters Time Loop

Interview: POPAXIOM Talks With Robert Rodriguez And Jon Landau About ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL

Robert Rodriguez and Jon Landau’s latest film, ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL hits theaters on February 14. POPAXIOM spoke with Rodriguez and Landau about the blockbuster sci-fi epic that has been in the works since 2003. Rodriguez is best known for EL MARIACHI, the SIN CITY films, and the SPY KIDS franchise. Landau is a producer and… Continue reading Interview: POPAXIOM Talks With Robert Rodriguez And Jon Landau About ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL

INTERVIEW: James Parnell Makes Hulu’s PEN15 Sound Like The Early 2000s

PEN15 is a new show on Hulu from comedy duo Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle about the life of two young women in middle school during the early 2000s and James Parnell is the Supervising Sound Editor responsible for making every pencil tap, school bell, or video game sound sooo 19 years ago. In five… Continue reading INTERVIEW: James Parnell Makes Hulu’s PEN15 Sound Like The Early 2000s

INTERVIEW: Catherine Ashton Put Clothes On Terror In THE PRODIGY

Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling is Sarah, the mother of a possibly possessed or possibly just psychotically crazy pre-teen, Miles (Jackson Robert Scott) in the horror film The Prodigy and putting clothes on the fear is costume designer Catherine Ashton. Catherine is an industry vet with films and television projects such as… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Catherine Ashton Put Clothes On Terror In THE PRODIGY

INTERVIEW: Costume Designer Kiersten Hargroder Talks Superman And To The Stars

To The Stars is a new film from director Martha Stephens and starring Malin Akerman that’s about a withdrawn farmer’s daughter who forges an intimate friendship with a reckless new girl in 1960s Oklahoma and designing the array of costumes from a bygone era is costume designer Kiersten Hargroder. Kiersten Hargroder took some time out to… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Costume Designer Kiersten Hargroder Talks Superman And To The Stars

INTERVIEW: Director And Star of THE GOLEM Discuss Bringing Jewish Folklore To Life

The Golem is a new horror film from Doron and Yoav Paz about Hanna, a woman (Hani Furstenberg) who turns to mystical forces to save her village that’s based on a centuries-old Jewish folktale. The Golem is a fun horror flick with some great, underlying themes about fear and motherhood. The Paz brothers have evolved… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Director And Star of THE GOLEM Discuss Bringing Jewish Folklore To Life

INTERVIEW: Composer Dan Marocco Talks Trying To Keep A Straight Face While Scoring Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Composer Dan Marocco has scored many movies and TV shows but none like the Andy Sandberg starring Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the former FOX comedy that was saved by the fans and continues on NBC without missing a beat. Dan Marocco is approaching 20 years in a career scoring for film and television. He’s gone from playing… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Composer Dan Marocco Talks Trying To Keep A Straight Face While Scoring Brooklyn Nine-Nine

INTERVIEW: Editor Patrick J. Don Vito On Movie 43, Jason Vorhees, And Green Book

The Green Book is a film starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali that’s getting a lot of Oscar buzz, and veteran film editor Patrick J. Don Vito made the magic come together in the editing room. Patrick J. Don Vito started his career in the early 90s, and today he’s on the verge of being… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Editor Patrick J. Don Vito On Movie 43, Jason Vorhees, And Green Book

INTERVIEW: Star Trek Discovery’s Gersha Phillips Talks Fashion In The 23rd Century

Star Trek: Discovery is the flagship show for the fledgling CBS All Access streaming service and making the show look slick and stylish is costume designer Gersha Phillips who brings decades of experience creating fashion for fiction. Star Trek: Discovery survived crossing a galaxy full of geeks around the world who hold the Enterprise and… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Star Trek Discovery’s Gersha Phillips Talks Fashion In The 23rd Century

INTERVIEW: Composer Robert Lundgren Takes On Mutant Year Zero With Synth Music

Robert Lundgren is a composer with several films (Trappan, En sjel for mye) under his belt but an ever-growing list of credits that include video games like the new Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden which features a lot of strategies, story, and mutated animals with guns. Robert’s tracks for Mutant Year Zero features a… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Composer Robert Lundgren Takes On Mutant Year Zero With Synth Music

INTERVIEW: Composer Thomas Parisch Used A Musical Contraption For Video Game Iris.Fall

Thomas Parish is a German-born composer living in Los Angeles and making music for TV, film, and video games including the new moody, puzzle game Iris.Fall. The composer spoke with PopAxiom about making music for the strange, surreal game alongside composer Edwin Wendler, and the musical contraption they invented to get the job done. From… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Composer Thomas Parisch Used A Musical Contraption For Video Game Iris.Fall

INTERVIEW: Composer Of THIS IS US Siddhartha Khosla Talks Goldspot And Temp Love

In case you’re not up-to-speed, This Is Us is a Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning, tear-jerking drama on NBC and tying all the heartbreaking and beautiful moments together is the work of composer Siddhartha “Sid” Khosla. This Is Us is only one of three shows Sid is currently scoring. The musician-turned-composer also weaves his sonic… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Composer Of THIS IS US Siddhartha Khosla Talks Goldspot And Temp Love

INTERVIEW: East Side Effects And The Visual Music of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a new film on Netflix from the Oscar-winning Coen Brothers, and East Side Effects made the film look its absolute best with a dazzling array of effects that are both shocking and subtle.  East Side Effects boasts an impressive filmography that includes work on Creed, American Ultra, Into the… Continue reading INTERVIEW: East Side Effects And The Visual Music of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Interview: Lin-Manuel Miranda Talks MARY POPPINS RETURNS

Lin-Manuel Miranda is an actor and writer perhaps best known for his Broadway smash hits HAMILTON and IN THE HEIGHTS and for writing the original songs for Disney’s MOANA. Currently he can be seen as the lamplighter Jack in MARY POPPINS RETURNS, the sequel to the beloved 1964 Disney classic. Popaxiom got to sit down with Lin-Manuel… Continue reading Interview: Lin-Manuel Miranda Talks MARY POPPINS RETURNS

Charlie Cox Talks Daredevil’s Cancellation And His Future In The Role

Cox is open to reprising Daredevil onscreen in a future MCU movie

While we’re still reeling from Daredevil‘s cancellation, the show’s star is also feeling the same way. Netflix chose to cancel the show due to Marvel’s preparations for. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly,Cox admits how he felt upon learning of the show’s axing. “A lot of us really expected to keep going, and I certainly did,”… Continue reading Charlie Cox Talks Daredevil’s Cancellation And His Future In The Role

Netflix and 1492 PICTURES Sign First-Look Feature Film Deal

Fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus … inked a deal with Netflix? That’s right, the streaming giant has secured a multi-year deal with Chris Columbus and partners, Michael Barnathan and Mark Radcliffe, all of 1492 Pictures. The deal allows Netflix to get a first look at any feature film from the company that it may seek… Continue reading Netflix and 1492 PICTURES Sign First-Look Feature Film Deal

INTERVIEW: Richard Hoover Designed ‘Twin Peaks,’ ‘Newsroom,’ And ‘Second Act’ Starring Jennifer Lopez

Richard Hoover is an award-winning production designer with a long career in theater, television, and film that includes creating the sets of the original Twin Peaks, Ed Wood, Apt Pupil, and Girl, Interrupted. Pop Axiom stepped onto an imaginary set together as we spoke on the phone about his career in creating the playgrounds where… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Richard Hoover Designed ‘Twin Peaks,’ ‘Newsroom,’ And ‘Second Act’ Starring Jennifer Lopez

John McPhail’s ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE Deserves Your Attention This Holiday Season

If you are wondering what director John McPhail is up to these days, you can find him either playing Red Dead Redemption 2, like everyone else in the world, watching his favorite movie of all-time, Ghostbusters, or going through numerous scripts that continue to pile up on his desk, thanks in part to the success… Continue reading John McPhail’s ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE Deserves Your Attention This Holiday Season

THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND Acquired by Netflix

The global rights for the upcoming film, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, in Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut, was acquired by Netflix, for a 2019 release. The film is based on the true story and bestselling autobiography, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope, by William Kamkwamba, born in Malawi,… Continue reading THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND Acquired by Netflix

ESCAPE FROM HAT to be Adapted as Animated Feature Film at Netflix

The next animated feature film in in Netflix’s growing slate of original programming for families will be Escape From Hat, which will be spearheaded by Academy Award-nominated director and producer Mark Osborne. Escape From Hat, written by Adam Kline and featuring illustrations from Brian Taylor, was published in 2012. The book tells the story of… Continue reading ESCAPE FROM HAT to be Adapted as Animated Feature Film at Netflix