Month: January 2021

13. The actresses truly had to play hardball, training some eight hours a day, six days a week for seven-and-a-half months. “That bruise on Renee Coleman [backup catcher Alice Gaspers] from [sliding into base]—that was real,” said Reiner. “That was not one pinch of makeup. She had that bruise for, like, 10 years.” 14. Meanwhile Anne Ramsay (first baseman
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We gathered today to witness the historical inauguration of President Joe Biden and our first female, South Asian, and Black Vice President Kamala Harris. And through sobbing tears of relief, Ella Emhoff’s sparkly coat offered yet another bright spot from today’s events. While most attendees chose solid colors and monochromatic outfits—purple, in particular, being significant—Emhoff
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At this time, Gaga and Michael have yet to publicly discuss their loving display at the inauguration. However, the “Rain On Me” singer took a moment to reflect on her experience during today’s ceremony. “Singing our National Anthem for the American People is my honor,” she began her caption on Twitter. “I will sing during a ceremony, a transition,
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Austin-based duo Black Pumas were the musical guests on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night (January 19). They performed “Colors” from their 2019 debut, also titled Black Pumas. Check it out below. Black Pumas have also released a pair of Spotify Singles. They recorded a new version of “Colors” with Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
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CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Given the popularity of superhero movies, a number of cinematic universes have been born over the last decade. The genre faced a major shakeup when Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, with fans hoping
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It’s a streaming world, and we’re just living in it. With a majority of the globe’s movie theaters closed due to Covid, and Hollywood studios scrambling to figure out new distribution models, Netflix has already been experiencing the roaring ’20s with close to 204 million subscribers taking in the service worldwide and the company’s market
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Lil Wayne received a full presidential pardon and Kodak Black received a commutation from Donald Trump in the president’s final hours in office, CNN and Reuters report. The two rappers’ reprieve comes amid a flurry of pardons as some of the outgoing president’s final acts. Other names on the presidential pardon and commutation list include
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Warner Bros will be releasing Wonka on March 17, 2023, a prequel to Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which focuses on the candy architect Willy Wonka’s younger days before having his confection empire. The movie has been in development for roughly four years. David Heyman was always attached as producer, and Paddington director Paul King is helming.
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Under normal circumstances, asking the question, “How are you?” would likely render a habitual response. “Fine.” But as 2020—and the first few weeks of 2021—proved, there’s nothing normal about the current state of the world. Posing the same question to the famed fashion editor and author of The Chiffon Trenches: A Memoir, André Leon Talley
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As for what Shotgun Wedding holds in store, the movie will follow Jennifer Lopez’s Darcy and Tom, the character Josh Duhamel would play. The couple is holding a destination wedding, but having to contend with their opinionated families, which in turn leads to Darcy and Tom getting cold feet. As if that wasn’t enough, uninvited
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Fleet Foxes have shared a new video for “I’m Not My Season,” from their 2020 LP Shore. The live performance video, directed by Robin Pecknold’s brother Sean, was shot at Brooklyn’s St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, where Robin Pecknold played his Very Lonely Solstice Livestream. Watch the clip below. Shore is coming out
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