Jon Negroni

Jon Negroni is a film and television critic based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. His bylines include Mashable, Slate, Vulture, The Young Folks, AwardsWatch, The Spool, and plenty more.

Years ago (who’s counting?), Jon wrote a viral long-form essay called The Pixar Theory but don’t hold that against him. Since those halcyon days, he’s written a few books, including a sci-if/fantasy novel called Killerjoy. Nowadays, he’s the host of Cinemaholics, a weekly podcast that covers new film releases across all genres.

You can find Jon on Twitter (@JonNegroni) pitching new ideas for Muppets movies or rambling about his favorite movie of all time, The Mask of Zorro.


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