Coachella Producer Goldenvoice Unveils Social Justice Initiatives, Clothing Lines

Goldenvoice, founder and producer of the Coachella Festival, has announced several social-justice initiatives including Black Lives Matter-inspired clothing by four Black designers based in California.

The initiatives, launched by GV Black, an internal organization launched in 2017 to “guide the venues, festivals, and company forward in the mission to expand on racial justice work,” include:

We commit to continuously evolve as a festival that not only speaks on equity, justice and actively anti-racist change, but acts on it.  Our initiatives are a starting point; not meant to be static but to expand and evolve to best suit our community. 


Share our platform with Black creatives to support their brands and Black nonprofit organizations of their choosing as part of a specialty merchandise collaboration. Continue this dynamic partnership within the entire festival merchandising ecosystem from design, to strategy, to final product.  

Encourage fans to get ready to vote with 

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Longtime Batman Producer Wants Mr. Freeze to Get a Joker Style Standalone Movie

Longtime Batman movie producer Michael E. Uslan would love to see Mr. Freeze get his own supervillain origin story in the vein of Joker, especially if the “Heart of Ice” episode of Batman: The Animated Series is used for inspiration. Starting with Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie with Michael Keaton in the lead role, Uslan has been serving as an executive producer for every modern movie about the caped crusader. That includes the LEGO Batman movies, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, and The Batman with Robert Pattinson.

Michael E. Uslan knows a thing or two about Batman’s adversaries as well. He also served as an exec producer for last year’s Joker, which undeniably proved just how successful supervillain origin movies can really be. Speaking about the movie in a virtual “From Batman to Joker” panel for Wizard World, Uslan addressed how there are “great possibilities” for other

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