Masters of the MOvieverse!
Hosted by nerds extraordinaire Andre Kincaid & Alex Keller, being backed by a diverse gang of expert fanboys and fangirls, MOTM covers the latest in geek entertainment and popular movie news, while changing the narrative on the word “nerd.”
Inspired by fan-favorite series Attack of the Show, MASTERS OF THE MOVIEVERSE is a movie, entertainment and pop-culture news series, with a focus on the trendier side of geekdom. If Complex and Screenjunkies had a baby, this would be it. We produce movie trailer reactions, podcasts, countdowns, movie reviews and all things entertainment for the fans of the movieverse.
Andre Kincaid was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Majoring in Film and Television Production at La Salle University, Andre wrote, filmed, directed and performed in several student films. He created and co-hosted a program for the campus radio station, and acted as host for the university’s cable television network. From college, Andre moved to Los Angeles to pursue his passion for the entertainment industry. After landing various acting roles, including parts on television series like The Unit, Brothers and Sisters and Chuck, he decided to sharpen his production skills in the Air Force Reserve. Upon graduating from the United States Defense Information School, Andre began a career as a combat correspondent. While in service making documentaries for the military, he gained invaluable experience regarding the art of writing, filming and editing. Upon returning to Los Angeles, he used his newly acquired skill-set to reinforce his career as an entertainer, booking several new television roles and writing/producing for the online series The Load and Up Up Down Down. More recently he has worked on the production side of programs like The Carmichael Show, Hot in Cleveland and is currently copywriter for the CBS daytime program The Talk.
Alexandra Keller was raised in the small town of Enola, Pennsylvania, where she grew up training in ballet and performing in musical theater. With dreams of being an on-camera host and the lure of city life, she moved to Philadelphia to attend Temple University and study journalism. While in school she reported for the university’s television news station, hosted a radio program, and volunteered at Seacrest Studios inside the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In her junior year, she stepped back into her dancing shoes when she made the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleading Squad. After cheering for a season and graduating from Temple with her B.A. in broadcast journalism, Alex made the 3,000 mile move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment. She learned the ins and outs of showbiz working for major companies, Principato Young Entertainment and United Talent Agency. Then she moved into television production, working as a talent coordinator on the CBS daytime program The Talk. These days you can find Alex hosting celebrity interviews on the red carpet for Maximo TV, running her travel and lifestyle blog Wanderdreams, and of course hosting and producing her pride and joy, Scoobies Do Movies.