Jenn Fujikawa

Jenn Fujikawa is a lifestyle and pop culture writer, creating digital content for Lucasfilm, Marvel, and Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls. Jenn has created show specific editorial pieces, red carpet interviews, on-site social media engagement, live-tweeted events, and created brand specific content for special events.

Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, and the Filmmakers of Frozen 2 Discuss the Disney+ DocuSeries Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2

It’s the songs and scenes in our favorite Disney movies that make them memorable, staying with us long after our first viewing. Frozen and Frozen 2 from Walt Disney Animation Studios are the top two animated movies of all time, and are a testament to that magic. But what does it take to get those moments onto the big screen? The documentary series Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look into the challenges and complexities that popped up during the production of

6 Things You Need To Know About Goose the Cat | News | Marvel

Brie Larson may be the star of Marvel Studios' "Captain Marvel," but one cast member stole the show with their brief on-screen trailer debut—Goose! Goose the Cat has become quite the media darling, even garnering his very own Marvel livestream watched by hundreds of thousands of fans. Not much is known about the cinematic version of this Marvel super-pal, but the cast and crew were happy to spill the beans at the recent "Captain Marvel" junket. So what did it take to bring the enigmatic feline

D23 Expo 2019: Robert Downey Jr., Ming-Na Wen, and Jon Favreau Are The Newest Disney Legends | News | Marvel

Legend is a word not to be taken lightly; it’s a high mark of honor and Robert Downey Jr., Ming-Na Wen, and Jon Favreau are already regarded as Marvel legends to fans around the world. Yesterday, they were officially honored along with nine others, at the D23 Expo Disney Legends ceremony hosted by Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger. The Disney Legends Awards program is a 32-year tradition, honoring those who have made remarkable contributions to the Disney legacy. Kickstarting the MCU ten years

Discover The Mad Titan’s Origins In This New Original Novel Then Make These Thanos Infinity Cones In A Snap | News | Marvel

Before creation itself, there were six singularities. Then the universe exploded into existence, and the remnants of these systems were forged into concentrated ingots… Only beings of immense power can hope to wield these stones, but for those who are worthy, the powers of a god await. In Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War,” Thanos, a ruthless warlord, proved himself to be one such being. But he wasn’t always. Born on a doomed world and cast out by his people for his genius, physical devi

D-O Rolls from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker to Star Wars Day Snack

It’s almost Star Wars Day! And what better way to celebrate May the 4th than by honoring the droids of the Star Wars universe. The newest droid on the scene is D-O, a little uni-roller who will debut this December in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Paying tribute to the pint-sized counterpart requires a one-of-a-kind cookie, one that is just as exceptional as BB’s little friend, and these cookies — like their inspiration — actually move.

Bringing The Comics World of 'Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger' To Life

Executive producer and showrunner Joe Pokaski looked to the past for inspiration. “The original mini series is kind of the gold standard for me. The comics, from the very beginning, the way their powers worked, the idea of the cloak and what the cloak could do, and the way the darkness sort of seeps out from the character and the idea of the brightness that is Tandy’s character and the daggers that fly through the night… Working all of that out from a physical sense was a lot of fun, to have som

Celebrate July 4th with this Cap-Inspired Bundt Cake

There’s no better way to celebrate a birthday than with cake, of course — and Steve Rogers’ is no exception! Serve up this deliciously magical Cap-inspired bundt cake at your friend or family’s Fourth of July party to prove to them that you ARE worth the invite, and that you are actually an interesting and talented person, thank you very much, Aunt Linda. Thanks to Just Jenn for the recipe and photos — make sure to follow her on Twitter for more sweet, geeky goodness: @JustJenn