Month: June 2022

The hard launch that everyone saw coming. After months of speculation, Bachelor Nation‘s Blake Horstmann and Love Is Blind‘s Giannina Gibelli have finally confirmed their romance.  “Happy,” Blake wrote on June 29 along with a series of loved up photos with Giannina. “Just so damn happy.” In response, Giannina commented, “we’re REALLY good at keeping secrets. I’m so happy my
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By the time Warren Lotas’ first store opened its doors in Los Angeles on a recent Saturday morning, hundreds of people had already queued up outside. Some had started camping out the night before, eager to get early access to a streetwear brand known for its namesake designer’s distinctive heavy metal-inspired, hand-painted illustrations and high-quality
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After a two year delay due to the pandemic, Illumination/Universal’s Minions: The Rise of Gru, the fifth movie in the Despicable Me/Minions universe, arrives looking to lead the Independence Day domestic box office with $70M-$80M over 4-days, and another $70M+ abroad for a potential $150M global launch. There are no other major studio wide entries over July 4th
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Top Gun: Maverick has proven its staying power after reaching the coveted $1 billion-dollar mark following the box-office dogfight with newcomer Elvis. While audiences have loved Maverick’s cinematic return, it also marked the return of aviation fashion. The original film spawned a love for aviator shades, bomber jackets, white tees, and cowboy boots. But there’s
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A talented new crop of memoirists explore the friction between their queer identities and their cultural and geographical surroundings. Asylum Edafe Okporo’s aptly titled memoir, Asylum: A Memoir and a Manifesto, recounts his experience growing up gay in Nigeria, a place known for having harsh laws against “known homosexuals.” Okporo writes with sensitivity about the
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The film adaptation of Wicked has been nearly twenty years in the making, but it’s finally happening, and we have more details on the production via the musical’s original songwriter, Stephen Schwartz. While speaking about the upcoming movie musical, which has already been announced to be two films, the composer and lyricist shared why the
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The Ghostbusters sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife that Sony teased at CinemaCon in a sizzle reel and which director Jason Reitman and writer Gil Kenan confirmed on Ghostbusters Day, June 8, is getting a theatrical release of Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2023. As hinted at in the end credits of Afterlife, the next chapter will return to the original
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Best College Athlete, Men’s Sports Bryce Young, Alabama FootballDante Polvara, Georgetown Men’s SoccerChet Holmgren, Gonzaga Men’s BasketballLogan Wisnauskas, Maryland Lacrosse Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports Aliyah Boston, South Carolina Women’s BasketballJaelin Howell, Florida State SoccerJocelyn Alo, Oklahoma SoftballCharlotte North, Boston College Lacrosse Best International Athlete, Men’s Soccer Karim Benzema, Real MadridKevin De Bruyne, Manchester CitySadio
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News Rina Sawayama Shares New Song “Catch Me in the Air”: Listen Sawayama’s latest Hold the Girl single is a tribute to her mother By Madison Bloom June 27, 2022 Facebook Twitter Rina Sawayama, photo by Thurstan Redding Facebook Twitter Rina Sawayama has released the latest single from her forthcoming second album, Hold the Girl.
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Since wrapping The Little Mermaid in 2021, Halle Bailey has kept mum about what moviegoers can expect from the live-action adaptation. Remaining tight-lipped wasn’t just a thing for Bailey as her cast members and Disney have not shared much yet, though there are a few Little Mermaid details out there. While the live-action feature won’t
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The season one finale of Disney+/Lucasfilm’s Obi-Wan Kenobi drew a 5-day Wednesday through Sunday audience of 1.8M U.S. households, which is 20% higher than the Wednesday through Sunday 5-day pull for The Book of Boba Fett finale which clocked 1.5M U.S. households. This comes from Samba TV which measures streaming viewership in 3M U.S. terrestrial TV households
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