metal + hardcore
pop punk + alt-rock
indie spins


News Flashes 06.08.21: Crying In H Mart Film Adaptation, The Strokes Team Up with Maya Wiley, Behind The Scenes of The Sandman

[Left Clockwise: Photo via Japanese Breakfast Twitter, Photo via The Strokes, Photo via Netflix]

Today we have the scoop on the film adaptation of Crying In H Mart, The Stroke’s teaming up with NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley, and a behind the scenes look at Netflix’s The Sandman.

Crying in H Mart Adaptation In the Works at
MGM’s Orion Pictures

Photo via Japanese Breakfast Twitter

The New York Times best seller, Crying In H Mart, is set to have a film adaptation through MGM’s Orion Pictures. Stacey Sher and Jason Kim are expected to produce the project. Author Michelle Zauner who is also known for her indie pop project Japanese Breakfast, will provide the soundtrack for the film. “It is a surreal thrill to have the opportunity to memorialize my mother in film, and I consider it of the highest honor to pursue that task alongside creative luminaries such as Stacey Sher, Jason Kim and Orion Pictures,” shared Zauner. 

The Strokes Team Up with Maya Wiley

Live From Irving Plaza

Photo via The Strokes

Nothing says live music is back like The Strokes teaming up with NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley for an event at Irving Plaza. The band will be performing in person this Saturday June 12 along with some friends. Tickets go on sale Wednesday at 12pm ET and can be purchased here

Behind The Scenes with Netflix’s The Sandman

Enter a world of dreams. Netflix has shared a sneak peek at The Sandman with author and executive producer Neil Gaiman. The new behind the scenes video takes viewers to the set of the series that is currently in production.

We utilize cookie technology to collect data regarding the number of visits a person has made to our site. This data is stored in aggregate form and is in no way singled out in an individual file. This information allows us to know what pages/sites are of interest to our users and what pages/sites may be of less interest. See more