Looper spoke to Jansen and Lanter in an exclusive interview about Chasing the Rain, during which the duo spoke about the making of the film and its important messages. Lanter also strolled down memory lane, dishing on Clone Wars, George Lucas, and his time on Timeless.
Harry Shum Jr. spoke to Looper during an exclusive interview for All My Life during which the actor revealed the film's significance, teased a Glee storyline that fell through, and dished on the Shadowhunters ending between Magnus and his onscreen boyfriend, Alec.
Looper spoke to Matt Lanter during an exclusive interview about his work in the remarkable new indie film, Chasing the Rain. We took the opportunity to have the actor dish on all things Clone Wars, what it was like working with George Lucas, and whether he'd be game to play a live-action Anakin someday.
Here are some of the best LGBTQ+ hidden gems on Netflix that defy many of the stereotypes we've come to expect from these movies.
Looper spoke with Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan about all things Synchronic, as well as Mackie's upcoming MCU projects. Mackie also playfully cast Dornan in an MCU role that hits close to home.
Looper virtually sat down with Cindy Jansen and Matt Lanter to discuss how they hope a 2020 audience will resonate with Eric's perseverance and the film's message, and how Lanter's previous roles compare to Eric.
What happened to the Beverly Hills High teens (and adults) after they stopped forgetting their Cranberries CDs in the quad and finished scamming their teachers for better grades? Here's what the cast of Clueless has been up to since the closing credits rolled.
With a show this enduring, it can be challenging to keep the timeline straight — especially when much of the Winchester history unravels out of order. Let's take a look back at 15 seasons of Winchester and Campbell family drama, hunting, resurrections, and that little thing called the apocalypse.
To understand the ending of Supernatural, we can't just look at the final episode. Instead, we need to examine the last three episodes to get a firm understanding of where each pivotal character ends up, what it means for them, and what it means for the series as a whole. In other words, "We got work to do."