In the second half of our interview with Kung Fu star JB Tadena, the actor discusses how he prepared for episode 7’s shocking twist, body image standards for men in Hollywood, where to find the best Filipino food in the DC area, and, most importantly, his three-legged dog, Agatha.
JB Tadena, who plays Sebastian ‘Hot Chef’ Cailao on The CW’s Kung Fu spoke extensively with Subjectify Media in advance of episode 7, which, without giving anything away, is a particular showcase for his character. In this first spoiler-free part, JB discusses the two relationships that have defined Sebastian’s story on Kung Fu so far. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star JB Tadena on the relationships that tie Sebastian to the Shen family: ‘They’re kind of soulmates’”
Kheng Hua Tan spoke with Subjectify Media about her role as Mei-Li on the CW’s Kung Fu. Tan discussed Mei-Li’s journey from season 1 to season 3, the satisfaction to be found in portraying a character with so many layers, the symbiosis between show’s cast and writers, and working with her beloved “kids.” Continue reading “Kheng Hua Tan on her ‘Kung Fu’ parenting style: ‘You’re getting to know your child and you’re getting to know yourself as your child grows up’”
Be among the first to see the Cruel Seduction cover and read an excerpt from Katee Robert’s highly anticipated Dark Olympus Book 5, which follows the stories of Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Adonis, and Pandora. Continue reading “Exclusive: ‘Cruel Seduction’ cover reveal, plus read an excerpt from Dark Olympus Book 5”
Kung Fu’s Eddie Liu spoke with Subjectify about Henry’s feelings about Olivia Liang’s Nicky and, of course, the unexpected magical path that season 3 is setting Henry on, including a few teases about how he might handle this newfound power.
Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star Eddie Liu on what’s next for Henry: ‘His magic ability is going to hit him in ways that he doesn’t expect and he isn’t prepared for’”
Our interview with Roseanne A. Brown examines elements of Serwa Boateng’s Guide to Vampire Hunting while also discussing how the author is an OG Percy Jackson fan, which of Serwa’s friends might be her favorite, what could possibly happen in Book 2. Continue reading “Roseanne A. Brown discusses ‘Serwa Boateng’s Guide to Vampire Hunting,’ her love of Percy Jackson, and what to expect in ‘Witchcraft and Mayhem’”
Our interview with Tehlor Kay Mejia explores the third and final book in the Paola Santiago series, Sanctuary of Shadows, how writing this trilogy deepened her connection to her culture’s legends, and what awesome projects she has coming up next. Continue reading “Tehlor Kay Mejia discusses ‘Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows’ and deepening her connection to Mexican folklore”
This month’s Third Thursday Throwback revisits the Neopets craze of the early 2000s, from daily treks across Neopia to finding plushies in the real world, and then checks in with JumpStart Games CEO Jim Czulewicz to find out how he’s breathing new life into the brand. Are your Neopets dying? You better check on them! Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – Neopets nostalgia is alive and well, with a Neopian renaissance visible on the horizon”
Continuing our coverage of The Sandman at SDCC 2022, Subjectify spoke with Vanesu Samunyai, who plays Rose Walker, at the show’s roundtable interviews following their Hall H panel, about Rose finding the right to grasp a little human autonomy in her new world of gods and monsters. Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ star Vanesu Samunyai on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy: ‘Maybe Rose is allowed to be angry’”
The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman and showrunner Allan Heinberg spoke with Subjectify at the show’s SDCC roundtable interviews about how they used Dream’s relationships with his loyal ravens (as well as a heartbreaking sacrifice in episode 2) as a way to invite the audience to fall in love with their famously reserved hero. ‘The Sandman’ at SDCC 2022 After SDCC attendees got an incredible first … Continue reading ‘The Sandman’ showrunners Neil Gaiman and Allan Heinberg explain Matthew’s entrance and the show’s ‘very emotional’ new ways to get to know Morpheus
The Sandman television series was a huge focal point of SDCC 2022, and Subjectify was able to speak with some of the stars and EPs of the new Netflix’s adaptation on site in San Diego. Tom Sturridge, who leads the cast as Dream, shared plenty of insights about picking up the helm of Neil Gaiman’s Prince of Stories. Continue reading “Tom Sturridge on Dream’s trajectory in ‘The Sandman’ season 1: ‘The most important thing within the story we’re telling is the birth of empathy inside of him’”
The Orville touched down in San Diego this weekend for the first time since moving to their new home on Hulu. Subjectify sat down with the cast and EPs of The Orville: New Horizons at SDCC 2022 to discuss their time aboard the weirdest ship in the fleet before the crew took the stage for a packed Ballroom 20 panel. Watch our interviews below. Continue reading “‘The Orville: New Horizons’ at SDCC 2022: Cast and creators celebrate season 3’s expanded storytelling, confirm desire to continue if there is demand”
In our Mark Greaney interview, the author discusses what it’s been like to see his first novel, The Gray Man, get the adaptation treatment, as well as what’s been going on in his corner of the book world. Continue reading “Mark Greaney discusses ‘The Gray Man’ movie, returning to Jack Ryan, and his latest book”
My Fake Boyfriend’s Marcus Rosner spoke with Subjectify Media about his turn as Keiynan Lonsdale’s comically bad boyfriend in the new semi-screwball queer romcom from Amazon Prime Video. Continue reading “‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico”
Our interview with Graci Kim takes us from The Last Fallen Moon and whether we’ll ever get a true Rick Riordan Presents crossover, to the author’s next project. Enjoy! Continue reading “Graci Kim talks ‘Last Fallen Moon’ and where we go when we sleep”