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Interview with Katherine Langford (Love, Simon)

7th April 2018 | Films

Interview with Katherine Langford (Love, Simon)

Love, Simon - based on the book ‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ - follows Simon Spier, a teenager who is just like us. He has a family who he likes and his friends; they do everything friends do - drink way too much iced coffee whilst gorging on carbs. Except, he has one huge secret: He’s gay.

As Simon tries to protect his secret from destroying those who he cares most about, he starts messaging a boy from his school - nicknamed ‘Blue’ - who anonymously came out online. As their bond grows, he tries to work out who ‘Blue’ is… that is until his world is shattered in an instant after a disgruntled ‘frenemy’ outs him online.



As well as playing the lead in Netflix’s hit series “13 Reasons Why”, Katherine Langford plays Leah Burke, Simon’s best friend, in Love, Simon.

We interviewed Katherine about what’s it like to have made film history, her music career and Harry Potter.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Interview with Katherine Langford

We interview Katherine Langford from the new film Love, Simon about hat’s it like to have made film history, her music career and Harry Potter. (11 minutes)

Interview with Nick Robinson (Love, Simon)

7th April 2018 | Films

Interview with Nick Robinson (Love, Simon)

Love, Simon - based on the book ‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ - follows Simon Spier, a teenager who is just like us. He has a family who he likes and his friends; they do everything friends do - drink way too much iced coffee whilst gorging on carbs. Except, he has one huge secret: He’s gay.

As Simon tries to protect his secret from destroying those who he cares most about, he starts messaging a boy from his school - nicknamed ‘Blue’ - who anonymously came out online. As their bond grows, he tries to work out who ‘Blue’ is… that is until his world is shattered in an instant after a disgruntled ‘frenemy’ outs him online.


Nick Robinson plays Simon Spier and is making history by playing the first gay lead in a teen flick released by a major film studio.

We interviewed Nick about what’s it like to have made film history, his Wikipedia page and some very dedicated fans...

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Interview with Nick Robinson

We interview Nick Robinson from the new film Love, Simon about what’s it like to have made film history, his Wikipedia page and some very dedicated fans... (8 minutes)

Review: Love, Simon

7th April 2018 | Films

Review: Love, Simon

When it comes to award season, not every film can win an award - but then again, not every film needs to.

Love, Simon - based on the book ‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ - follows Simon Spier, a teenager who is just like us. He has a family who he likes and his friends; they do everything friends do - drink way too much iced coffee whilst gorging on carbs. Except, he has one huge secret: He’s gay.


As Simon tries to protect his secret from destroying those who he cares most about, he starts messaging a boy from his school - nicknamed ‘Blue’ - who anonymously came out online. As their bond grows, he tries to work out who ‘Blue’ is… that is until his world is shattered in an instant after a disgruntled ‘frenemy’ outs him online.

Suddenly, he has to come to terms with his identity all whilst fixing friendships and trying to get through school.

Whilst Love, Simon may try just a tad too hard to be ‘relatable’ to young adults, one of it’s glistening features is how it is grounded in the realities of being a young LGBTQ+ person trying to be yourself whilst fearing the implications of just that.

Simon’s Dad, who says all of the inappropriate comments that everyone’s Dad says, is shocked; his Mum is supportive. His friends care more about how he’s manipulated them than what his sexuality is… the film doesn’t make drama where there isn’t any, it looks to help viewers understand what is going on in Simon’s mind whilst navigating the fact that he has just been outed in, of all places, school - an experience difficult enough even without having your secrets publicised.


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