About Arezou Amin
Arezou is a writer and news editor for Collider. She has a wide-ranging knowledge of movies and TV, which means she almost certainly will start quoting something mid-conversation.
Arezou is passionate about Star Wars, particularly Obi-Wan Kenobi, Fennec Shand, and the Sequel Trilogy. Her TV interests are wide-ranging, with recent favorites including Bridgerton, the live-action One Piece, and Vikings: Valhalla.
On the movie side, Arezou loves a good romantic comedy, from classics like French Kiss and The Holiday to more recent ones like The Lost City (yes, it counts) and the Turkish-language Love Tactics, as well as every single one of those Hallmark holiday movies.
She is also an avid champion of Iranians working in the film and television industry. Arezou loves getting the opportunity to conduct interviews for Collider, including with Andy Samberg, Ming-Na Wen, Succession's Arian Moayed, and Ewan McGregor (her first ever interview for the site!).
While she has always wanted to work as a full-time writer, Arezou's educational background is a little more wide-reaching. She has a Bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto in English Literature and Cinema Studies (with some Classics thrown in "for fun"), and a Master's degree from the University of Geneva in Specialized Translation. She is fluent in French and Farsi, and conversational in Spanish. She is also a graduate of the Second City Training Center sketch writing program, and holds a certificate in Producing from UCLA.
In addition to her Collider pursuits, she is also the Managing Editor of The Geeky Waffle, and co-hosts podcasts on their network. Arezou is also a member of the Writers Guild of Canada, and writes novels when she can.
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