Jennifer Lopez ("This Is Me...Now"), Joe Keery ("Marmalade"); Jacqueline Coley talks Black Cinema

Jennifer Lopez ("This Is Me...Now"), Joe Keery ("Marmalade"); Jacqueline Coley talks Black Cinema
16 de feb. de 2024 · 49m 52s

Join Kyle McMahon and prepare to be captivated as we explore the artistic journey of https://podcast.popcultureweekly.com/guests/jennifer-lopez/ with her Amazon Prime Video project "https://amzn.to/3I9SiPy". You'll get an exclusive look at the...

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Join Kyle McMahon and prepare to be captivated as we explore the artistic journey of Jennifer Lopez with her Amazon Prime Video project "This Is Me... Now - A Love Story". You'll get an exclusive look at the synergy between her new album, the film, and an intimate documentary that sheds light on her evolution both personally and professionally. The multi-talented icon herself delves into the creative triumphs and challenges behind coordinating celebrity cameos and crafting a narrative that authentically reflects her rekindled romance with Ben Affleck.

And Joe Keery returns to the show, this time to discuss his captivating new film "Marmalade," renowned for its unique storytelling approach. Kyle chats with Joe about the genre bending new film, how doing an indie film compares to doing a big budget series like Stranger Things and why he was drawn to the project.

And in our Feature Presentation Chat, the wealth of black voices in film takes center stage, with Rotten Tomatoes editor Jacqueline Coley talking with Kyle to guide us through the annals of influential black films that have left indelible marks on our imagination. Discover how blockbusters like "Black Panther" have carved out space for representation, while hidden gems like "Jinn" and "Night Comes On" reveal the depth of the black experience. We also pay tribute to the potent narratives of Black joy, diving into documentaries such as "Summer of Soul" and "Amazing Grace," and reflecting on their profound cultural impact.

This episode is a celebration of genre-defying filmmaking, black cinema, and the collaborative spirit that energizes independent and blockbuster film. Join Kyle McMahon, for a Pop Culture Weekly episode rich with the stories and insights that exemplify the power and vitality of storytelling across all walks of life.


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Capítulos

01 · Jennifer Lopez on This Is Me...Now - A Love Story

3m 15s

02 · Jacqueline Coley on celebrating Black Cinema

11m 20s

03 · Joe Keery talks his new film, Marmalade

36m 20s

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