It was only a few minutes ago that the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards completed their annual awards broadcast. This year’s show was originally supposed to take place at the Barclays Center but resultant of the still quite problematic Coronavirus, was instead held at assorted locations across the city. Many segments were filmed earlier to make the production a bit easier to tie together and it was hosted by Keke Palmer. I breezed through the broadcast after programming the DVR since its mostly music I am not listening to as I’m more a Heavy Metal and Hard Rock enthusiast. Those two genres were not represented at all. Here are the winners of this years VMA’s.
VIDEO OF THE YEAR:
Billie Eilish — “everything i wanted”
Eminem ft. Juice WRLD — “Godzilla”
Future ft. Drake — “Life Is Good”
Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande — “Rain On Me”
Taylor Swift — “The Man” WINNER – The Weeknd — “Blinding Lights”
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Before I begin this one, I’ve got to admit that I didn’t even know about Enola Holmes before sitting down to watch this trailer for the upcoming film on Netflix. The Young Adult fiction series that this film is based on comes care of writer Nancy Springer and there are six novels in the series currently. Now adapted for the screen and set to air on Netflix, the first trailer has been revealed. Below you’ll also find the premise, the cast and the films poster. Enjoy.
The Premise: The film chronicles the adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister Enola, as she embarks on a quest to find her missing mother. When Enola Holmes-Sherlock’s teen sister-discovers her mother missing, she sets off to find her, becoming a super-sleuth in her own right as she outwits her famous brother and unravels a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord. Continue reading Netflix Presents: “Enola Holmes” Official Trailer→
Depending on when you grew up, you very likely enjoyed the adventures found in the “Karate Kid” movies. The classic film found some renewed life as a continuation of the story set many decades later on the YouTube Red service. Now acquired by the folks over at Netflix a trailer for the first two seasons was just revealed in preparation for their continuing the tale. Take a look.
As previously discussed over on the PiercingMetal website, the DC Fandome is here and will take place for several hours on a computer or mobile device near you. Some of the highlights that were shared on that dotcom can be perused by clicking HERE. Be sure to check that out for some insight.
Piercing Ken Thoughts: Since I hit the nail on the head in my closing announcement on PiercingMetal.com, I am just going to repeat my words which said “Straight up I will say that there is a lot of things that I am expecting to see revealed during the DC Fandome and I think that I am most interested in the upcoming movie and television series trailers. There has to be a new “Wonder Woman 1984” clip at this point and could we hope that something from the late 2021 “The Batman” film as well? I am hoping for a clip from “Superman and Lois” and maybe a tease of some other series that are being planned out. I imagine we shall see more about “Stargirl” and the other shows that lived on the DC Universe streaming service. Some of the more-gossipy sites had reported that massive layoffs took place in the company and what this means for all the things that we enjoy is anyone’s guess. I imagine its “more as the story develops”. For now I am just going to see what is offered up and hope that you are as well. I’ve been assigned some work today, so my time is sporadic in terms of my full devotion to this happening. Considering that both New York Comic Con and Anime NYC convention were cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, I see more events like this one coming to pass. Closing up I guess it’s safe to say that there will be a heavy supply of content hitting our Pop Culture features. Chime in down below with your thoughts about this whole thing and I will see you next time.”