Reilly Johnson is a businessman, journalist, and a staple in the online entertainment community contributing at some of the largest entertainment pages in the world. He formerly contributed at Heroic Hollywood, the entertainment news website by Umberto Gonzales. Currently, Reilly is running the news and media website, FandomWire, a subsidiary of Johnson Concepts, of which he is also the Founder and CEO.
Simeone has been involved in popular culture journalism since early 2015 as the co-founder of the highly successful Up Your Geek news organization. He specializes in covering DC, Marvel, cinema, and gaming. He is a political science major minoring in sociology and plans to be a lawyer.
Andreas Fanos is a 23-year-old journalist and author with a degree in Creative Writing and a Minor in History from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is the only member in his family to graduate from college. His life has been wrought with turmoil and hardship, but he was able to overcome it all and is still learning. Topics of interest range from sports, gaming, and entertainment. His memoir "Out of Place - Lost in Time" can be purchased on Amazon.
My name is Alex Ortiz. I am a graduate of Full Sail University and a Film Editor. I have edited various projects and won several awards for my projects. Some of my works have premiered on television and contracted through big names such as Crypt TV and NatGeo in the UK. My main mission is to continue to do what I enjoy, and that is to bring entertainment to an ever-growing audience.
Brian has been writing for much of his life, having taken his childhood of conjuring up bad ideas for movies into an adulthood of online writing, which includes his web site Back To The Features, co-founded by fellow FandomWire contributor Mike DeAngelo, and movie news on sites like The Punk Effect. His film interests include sci-fi, the superhero genre, J. J. Abrams' Mystery Box and any movie that gives him a good cry. In addition, Brian’s also a professional musician, recruiter, and harbors an immense dislike of Marshmallow Peeps.
Chris Nugent is a BBA Graduate of Mount Royal University, an employee for WestJet Airlines, and a writer for Fandomwire. Chris hopes to entertain with his writing ability and host events at expos and cons. Chris has been a major player in the Popular Culture community, extending contacts through multiple different pages and sources. His ability to easily travel across the globe opens the opportunity for Fandomwire's ongoing expansion. Chris currently manages and schedules teams for Ground Handling at WestJet, but one day hopes to own and manage his own business.
Mike DeAngelo is a husband, father, superhero enthusiast, and all-around film lover that hails from the mostly-frigid Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When he’s not watching movies, he’s probably thinking, writing, and talking about movies. When he’s not watching, thinking, writing, or talking about movies, he’s probably sleeping or changing diapers. He began his film-writing obsession a few years back on a site called Back to the Features and recently brought his talents to FandomWire because he needs more movie-obsessed friends. Mike also works with a Software-as-a-Service company named Zywave, as, let’s face it, film-writing doesn’t pay the bills these days.
Steven Gurman is a movie fanatic, to the point where he has looked into if watching movies is a legitimate addiction/problem. Some of Steve’s recent crazy movie achievements include having watched every film/short/foreign/documentary film that has been Oscar nominated over the last 6 years and watching over 500 new movies in a year.
Maxwell Mantik was born in Calgary Alberta and currently lives in a hamlet about half an hour outside the city. A graduate of SAIT Polytechnic, he’s been writing for fun for over 7 years (mostly script and novel themed). His voice acting worked has been featured in films at the Vancouver film festival, and has worked on 7 short films. His interests include superheros, sci-fi, fantasy, acting, writing, hockey, and shooting guns (because he likes to think he’s edgy).