Author: Andy Sharp

Andy Sharp is a writer/director/actor who's worked behind and in front of the scenes in the entertainment industry for the past 8 years. Currently a voice actor, he's still pursuing his dream of becoming relevant in the world of Hollywood. Outside of the pop culture dome, he's very passionate about the world of Pro Wrestling and Cosplaying. Support his group Agents Of Cosplay if you ever see them around!

Now that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is officially open wide to the public, the first thing Disney implemented was the new Virtual Queue. Think of it as a FASTPASS to the land itself. Park Goers will now have to enter through the gates of Disneyland, and ONLY, the Disneyland side will you be able to check if there is a virtual queue for Galaxy’s Edge. The only catch is, the virtual queue will only appear IF the land hits capacity. Which is already did on opening day. In 20 minutes. Other services turned on too like the ability to book…

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Didn’t get a reservation for Galaxy’s Edge? No worries, as its been documented everywhere that the reservation period ends June 23rd, marking the end of what I like to fondly call, a beta test. A division of Walt Disney Imagineering Beginning June 24th, YOU, the general public, can freely go into Galaxy’s Edge without any strings attached! Except for one string… you will still need a reservation. According to OC Register, once the floodgates open to the park, you will have to go through the Disneyland App to put yourself into a virtual queue for Galaxy’s Edge. Think of it…

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Greetings off-worlders! If you’re reading this, you’re about to embark into a galaxy far, far away or you at least have reservation for them, right? Because you’re here, let me run down some of the biggest DO’S and DON’TS while you visit Batuu, “a planet on the outer rim of the galaxy’s edge.” DO’S SPEAK THE LANGUAGEThe whole experience while you’re in the new “Star Wars Land” is to be completely immersed. Meaning, don’t refer to the land as Star…Wars…Land…. You’re not funny, Derek. There is a ton of backstory to the land, which is canonized into the Star Wars…

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Just when you think things can’t get any more…Stranger, Coca-Cola comes in and says “Hold my soda.” To celebrate the release of the new season of Netflix’s retro series Stranger Things: Part 3, Coca-Cola has partnered with Netflix to celebrate a…classic? https://youtu.be/yrTVc6bfzVg Though it may seem like an ad for regular Coke, it is actually for the failed experiment “New Coke”. You see back in 1985, the soda company decided to revamp the ‘Original’ recipe and called it “NEW” Coke. And it super sucked according to the people of America. Per this article here, the New Coke recipe last all…

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Lionsgate announced Monday that the Keanu Reeves action franchise, which just saw its third installment do $56 million this past weekend in theaters, will have a fourth entry coming on May 21, 2021. The news was sent out via text by the studios if you signed up through a text-alert from the John Wick movie website. The threequel drew in big numbers for the studio, outperforming expectations with a global total of $92.2M. This is Lionsgate’s highest opening since November 2015’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2‘s $102.6M. Also starring Laurence Fishburne, Ian McShane, Lance Reddick and Halle Berry, the Chad Stahelski-directed John…

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Previously on my review of The Twilight Zone, Black Lives Matter! Unless you’re in the Zone, then I guess you can flip it and reverse it on racism. Tonally, this episode of The Twilight Zone feels like a classic episode. A lot of trademark nods to the Serling era but ultimately I feel like relying on that crutch weighed the whole story down. It’s a tale that’s been done many times before but this one includes some present-day topics that can be… collusionary. Yes. I made up a word. Get cozy and stay for a bit as I review episode…

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Previously on my review of The Twilight Zone, “THERE’S! SOMETHING ON THE PLANE! SOME…THING!” Like undertone racism and a podcast that can predict the…past? We wipe clean the weird aftertaste that was left by Ben Wyatt Adam Scott in his rendition of a classic episode and move on into a world that will hit closer to home. A topic that will, undoubtedly, stir up a lot of conversions as to the state of our society. Peele and Co. might as well have ripped this episode from real life events because it happens almost on a daily basis. Yet we allow…

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“Worst. Monopoly. Ever.” -Comic Book Guy That’s right folks, America’s favorite (and longest running) dysfunctional family is heading to the land of Disney! No, not the land that has overpriced churros and entitled passholders but to the land of Disney+, the new streaming platform coming November, 12th for $6.99. During an investor’s meeting today, a whole slew of info came out concerning what content Disney+ will provide including the new Mandalorian series from Jon Favreau (Iron Man, The Jungle Book) and a lot of new Marvel content. But from day one of the acquisition, a lot of people pondered what…

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