Pop-Culturalist is excited to partner with Annapurna Pictures to give away tickets to an advance screening of Sorry to Bother You, starring Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Terry Crews, Steven Yeun, Omari Hardwick, Jermaine Fowler, and Danny Glover. The film hits theaters on July 6, but you’ll be one of the first to see it before it’s released. All the details are below! About the Film In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe.
Growing up in Utah, Spencer Day never thought he’d be a musician, but luckily for us, he became one. He has a classic voice that is easy on the ears. The music and lyrics he writes are infectious and entertaining. He’s incredibly personable and really cares about the world around him. All of those things together are a winning combination. We were able to chat about his newest album, Angel City, and what he likes about performing (you can see him perform in New York City at The Green Room
Donna Summer was a music legend. Not only is she credited as being the “Disco Queen,” but she’s also a mother, daughter, wife, and saavy business woman. It’s no surprise that her life story would eventually find it’s way to a Broadway stage. For audience members not as familiar with Donna Summer the woman as with her iconic songs, the show is eye-opening. From being molested as a child in the church to failed relationships and drug abuse to taking control of her business to a (finally) happy marriage and
Chas Allen is a man of many talents: bestselling author, entrepreneur, life coach, and speaker. At the age of nineteen, he was making nationwide headlines…but not for the reasons you may think. He and three friends were involved in one of the most significant art thefts in U.S. History. They were eventually caught and sentenced to seven years in federal prison. During that time, Chas hit rock bottom and made the decision to turn his life around. Today, he’s spreading an important message about “embracing your story” and has become