Hello All (if anybody is indeed reading this).
Somehow you have ended up here – reading an ‘About Me’ page by someone you don’t even know. So; who am I, what is this blog and why should you read it?
First of all, I need to say that the name “athemoviez” is not supposed to be some urban slang, but instead is named after what this blog is about; the movies. Because “atthemovies”, and “funatthecinema” (among many others that I tried) where taken, “themovies” was the best next choice. But, I wanted too have some sort of impact on the name and leave my mark on it so I put my initials at either side of the name and alas;”AthemovieZ”. (don’t worry I pronounce it “atthemovies” as well)
Right, so now that’s sorted. My name is Adam Zenasni and I started this blog when I was 15 and am 20 right now. Ever since I was younger I wanted to be an actor, I loved acting and was lucky enough to get the opportunity to star in a CBBC TV show (for just about a minute). My short career didn’t stop there though, I starred in musicals (playing Judas in an Easter play) and have even been an extra in a TV Show(!!). My passion for films and shows have stemmed from there and as the years have passed I started getting more and more into media ; showbiz and music as well. I realised that I really wanted to do something with media and express myself somehow, I wanted to express my thoughts on films that I love. But I had no idea how to express my opinions.
But, in June of 2015, I saw a little film called Avengers: Age of Ultron and… simply… could not contain my anger. I created a blog the very next day and uploaded a post just rambling on – and to be fair – that is what I have continued to do to this day! Luckily, since then I have seen this blog go from strength to strength, and quite frankly I never imagined running a blog to this level of success or for this long.
I really hope you enjoy my blog and read my posts – and just a little tip: don’t read anything prior to 2018; the quality is shocking. Please follow this blog and follow me on twitter: