Charlene is an Entertainment/Lifestyle Journalist and Copywriter. Her work has been featured in Glamour, GQ, HuffPost, CBR, Giant Freakin Robot, The South African, Fortress of Solitude, and more.
She loves the Backstreet Boys, advocates individuality, and is a firm believer in pancakes for dinner.
Her Bachelor of Commerce Degree gives her a unique insight into the business side of entertainment journalism. She also works as an occasional brand strategist for rock band Bon Jovi and Tourphotographer David Bergman.
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Welcome Home, Franklin Trailer Fixes Decades Old Peanuts Controversy
Flipping the script Welcome Home, Franklin sees the Peanuts gang sitting down to a similar meal, but this time, they save a spot for their new friend. "Hey, Franklin, we saved you a seat over here," Lunis van Pelt says, motioning to a place next to Charlie Brown.
The Biggest Problem With Twilight Isn't What You Think
Sitcoms Are Dead For One Brutal Reason
Gone are the days of weekly doses of shows like Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends, or Modern Family. While many attribute the downturn to binge-watching entire series on streaming platforms, the more likely reason is the outdated and harmful tropes.
Harry Potter Should Not Be Remade, Instead, We Need A Series About The Weasley Family
Navigating the festive frenzy: A guide to surviving the holiday season
From gift shopping to family gatherings, the holiday hustle can take a toll on everyone’s well-being. In this guide, we’ll explore practical strategies to help you not just endure but truly enjoy the holiday season.
Taylor Swift: A breakdown of each of her musical eras
Her music is a testament to the human experience, touching hearts and providing an emotional refuge. Swift’s musical evolution has been a spectacle, transforming her from a country music darling to an indie pop icon.
Recasting Voldemort In The Harry Potter Reboot
While Ralph Fiennes delivered a memorable performance as the terrifying villain, other actors could put their own chilling spin on The Dark Lord.
Who Is The Fastest Superhero? Flash, Quicksilver, A-Train, Makkari?
Each of these iconic characters, across Marvel, DC, and The Boys, bring their unique speed-related abilities and storylines to the table. But who is the fastest superhero among them? There can only be one, and it’s clearly The Flash.
How Accurate Is The Science In The Big Bang Theory?
Bucky Barnes Is A Better Hero Than Captain America
I Just Want You To Know… About My Journey as a Backstreet Boys Fan
The 12 best movies to stream on Showmax in June
Henry Cavill vs Chris Hemsworth: Who Would Win In A Fight?
In superhero films, Henry Cavill and Chris Hemsworth have captivated audiences as Superman and Thor, respectively. Over the years, they have become icons in their respective roles, leaving fans wondering if these two mighty heroes were to clash in an epic battle, who would emerge victorious?
Ranking The Greatest Star Wars Villains In Franchise History
At the heart of this timeless franchise lie some of the most iconic bad guys in cinematic history. From the imposing presence of Darth Vader to the sinister scheming of Emperor Palpatine, these characters have become the ultimate symbols of evil.
10 Of The Most Romantic Movie Moments Of All Time
The world of cinema has brought to life some of history’s most memorable romantic movie scenes. From grand gestures to subtle moments, these moments have the power to captivate and transport viewers to a world of love and passion.
Some have become so iconic that they are etched in our memories forever, replaying long after the credits have rolled.
The Simpsons Ruined The Series When It Axed Its Best Character
Until a few years ago, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the proprietor of the Kwik-E-Mart convenience store in Springfield, was one of the most iconic characters in The Simpsons.
But he was ultimately removed from the series, and this was a huge mistake. Removing Apu from the show not only skirts the line of censorship but in a cruel irony, it’s an example of a TV series giving its audience less racial representation.
These Are The 10 Superhero Movies That Defined The Genre
From Superman: The Movie that launched Christopher Reeve into superstardom to the epic ensemble adventure of the Avengers, superheroes have cemented their place in pop culture.
The Original Trilogy Is The Best Star Wars Trilogy, Here's Why
The Most Mind-Bending Sci-Fi TV Shows To Stream Now
Sci-fi always promises an exciting premise, likable characters, and a story that keeps viewers wanting more. One genre-defining aspect is its ability to reflect on contemporary issues by exaggerating or reframing them through a futuristic lens. Thanks to many streaming sites, there is always a wide selection of sci-fi TV shows to choose from.
The Big Bang Theory's Worst Character, Explained
Each week, fans tuned in to watch this lovable group of friends navigates the complexities of everyday life. Penny outgrew her ditsy qualities, Sheldon got better at picking up on social cues, Howard lost his creep vibe, and Raj was able to talk to women. But Leonard Hofstadter became increasingly irritating over the years, making him the most annoying character in the series.
Zack Snyder's Justice League: Superman's Best Moment Is Also the Cut's Worst Edit
Overall, Zack Snyder's Justice League has been extremely well-received, but when it comes to Superman and Lois' reunion, it does have one notable difference from the theatrical cut.
Backstreet Boys DNA Tour Pretoria: Unforgettable night of nostalgia
From the moment the spotlight lit up the stage, Brian, Nick, AJ, Kevin, and Howie, mesmerized the crowd with their infectious energy and genuine enthusiasm.
The Untold Truth of Bernadette from The Big Bang Theory
But it wasn't until the show's third season that Bernadette Maryann Rostenkowski stepped into Pasadena's Cheesecake Factory and slowly weaved her way into everyone's hearts.That's when the series about a bunch of funny nerds became so much more than that.