Popcorn Magazine was invited to the Sydney premiere of the highly anticipated film Power Rangers Movie, starring Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston.
As young people, we either all remember, or all look forward to, that time when we’ll be old enough to drink and party, but young enough to still not have much responsibility.
While in Australia promoting her film Almost Adults at the Queer Screen Film Fest, Elise Bauman sat down with Popcorn Magazine to talk about the success of Carmilla.
The hit Australian dance series lights up the silver screen in this beautiful piece which is full of depth.
Popcorn Magazine spoke to amazing Sarah Deakins about her life on set, transitioning to acting and directing, and her new film Yellow.
John Wick: Chapter 2” is the second instalment in the Lionsgate produced John Wick movie series.
Alden Peters explores the realistic and human side of revealing your sexuality in the film Coming Out.
Davi Santos and Grant Davis come together in their new film Something Like Summer.
Starting off with the well-received Blade trilogy featuring Wesley Snipes, which is also coincidentally a Marvel film, back in 1998, geeks and nerds are currently revelling in the Golden Age of Superhero Movies, which has been going strong for the last eighteen years.