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Bad Boys For Life Mid-Credits Scene: How It Sets Up The Future

What It Means For The Future

While Bad Boys 3 has been one of those movies that’s been talked about since basically the last one came out, there was a point a few years back when the talk turned from something more theoretical to something more real. In fact, at one point there was a plan to film not just a third Bad Boys film, but a fourth film as well. While the fourth film has since been dropped from Sony’s release calendar, it seems quite clear from this setup that the plan is still to make at least one more movie in the franchise, which will be used, at least in part, as a redemption arc for Mike Lowrey’s kid.

Will There Be A Quiet Place Part III? Here’s What John Krasinski Says

He’s not getting ahead of himself just yet. When John Krasinski wrote the first Quiet Place movie with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, there were no plans for the story to continue beyond that installment. But once the demand for it came, Krasinski began working on the sequel. As he told Total Film Magazine, he has built a complicated world, and with that, there’s always more story to be told.

Lili Reinhart Wants to End the Stigma Around Acne

What’s one beauty rule you think is BS?

I feel like “baking” your face with powder is kind of overrated. I think it’s just sort of adding product on your face that you don’t really need. I don’t like wearing a lot of product; I like keeping it very simple and clean. So, I’ve never been a huge fan of layering on a bunch of powder. Less is more sometimes. No, most of time!

Fill in the blank: “I love my hair…”

Healthy. I use a lot of Olaplex, which strengthens your hair in between highlighting sessions. I have to get my hair heat styled for work every day. But for my CoverGirl shoot, we’re showing my natural waves. It’s nice to bring out the diffuser and let my natural hair texture come out rather than blowing it dry and straightening it out.

You travel constantly. What city or country gives you the greatest beauty inspiration?

When I’m in L.A., I feel like I have the most creative freedom to go crazy with makeup and try bold looks. I think it’s a really golden place for people to be very exploratory with their makeup.

You’re stranded on a desert island. What are the three products you bring with you?

I would bring lip balm because I have to have lip balm with me literally everywhere I go. I use one by Hanalei. It’s made in Hawaii. I would also bring a moisturizer that has sunscreen in it. And probably a cheek stain that I could also use as a lip stain, like CoverGirl Clean Fresh Cream Blush. I love creamy products that you can use wherever.

What colors are you loving on your nails right now?

I actually don’t get my nails done very often. I rarely have polish on them; usually just nail strengthener. When I do paint my nails, they’re usually a very-nude pink. I think I would paint my nails more if I wasn’t on set so much and didn’t have to worry about continuity.

What’s your go-to getting ready music?

I really like Tame Impala. I listen to feel good and chill. I like to—how should I say this?—calmly jam out to music. That’s sort of the whole vibe of my life, calmly jamming out.

How much time do you spend getting ready?

I tend not to have a lot of patience when I’m getting ready. If I’m going to an event, I’ll probably start getting ready an hour before. But if I’m just going out for breakfast for the day, I can probably get ready in five minutes. I’m pretty quick.

Taika Waititi Is Being Eyed For A Star Wars Movie

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Taika Waititi has been approached to develop a Star Wars movie. Not only is it unclear where those talks currently stand, but it also wasn’t clarified if this is the same Star Wars movie that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is tackling or something separate. And, of course, the word ‘develop’ can be quite flexible. One could easily imagine Waititi directing a Star Wars feature film, but it’s also possible he would act as a producer.

Uncut Gems’ Adam Sandler And The Safdies Already Reunited For A Short Film You Can Watch Right Now

Adam Sandler’s Goldman is doing his best, but he’s clearly struggling with his performance, lacking the balance to really blow away his audience. Benny Safdie’s Silverman not only shows no respect for his fellow performer, he actually proves to be antagonistic. Silverman makes fun of Goldman, ridiculing him in front of the surrounding crowd and then attempting to do basically the same act right nearby.

Birds Of Prey: All The Confirmed Characters, Including Harley Quinn

Black Mask (Ewan McGregor)

Little is known about Roman Sionis to anyone whose exposure to Batman has been purely cinematic. The powerful Gotham crime lord who wears the broken skull of his father (whom he murdered), earning the nickname Black Mask, is one of the Dark Knight’s most sadistic villains, but other than a subtle tease in 2017’s Justice League, his life outside of the comics has only existed in television, animated movies, and video games.

Tyler Perry Responds To Eddie Murphy’s Filmmaker Comparison With Dolemite Is My Name

Sure, he is known for his massive movie and television empire and he’s recently amassed a 330 acre studio of his own in Atlanta. But, in the beginning it was just him and a stage. In the ‘90s, when he was just 22 years old, Perry financed his own play in Atlanta with $12,000 of his own life savings. It didn’t do well. But, he came back with $5.5 million raised money from ticket sales to make Diary of a Mad Black Woman in 2005.

The 1975 Give Fans Two Reasons To Smile And One Reason To Frown

Who’s better than the 1975? Although their forthcoming album, Notes On A Conditional Form, has been pushed back a couple of months, the Matt Healy-led band delivered double the good news to make up for the bad announcement: not only did they released a new tune, “Me & You Together Song,” they’ve also announced a new tour. What a way to build anticipation, am I right?

So, let’s start with the bad news. Notes On A Conditional Form was supposed to come out on February 21. That date is now out of the window. The new date for the LP’s release is April 24.

Now, let’s get to the good stuff. The 1975 have also revealed North American tour dates. They head out on April 27 and perform their first show in Houston, TX. The Spring trek wraps right up before summer on June 12 in Manchester, TN. Supporting them on the tour are indie-rock musician Phoebe Bridgers and singer Beabadoobee.

Are you overwhelmed with giddiness yet? Just wait until you hear their new tune, “Me & You Together Song.” The cheery tune finds Healy trying to slide out of the friend zone into a prospective lover’s arms. Drums doing jumping jacks make the mood a festive, celebratory one. If this were the mid-2000s, Adam Sandler would be chasing a lover’s taxi to tell the woman inside that he loves her with this playing in the background.

Okay, we’re finally done with all of the news. The wait for Notes On A Conditional Form just got a bit longer but, with all of the news that’s come with this pushed back date, the world can manage. The 1975’s forthcoming LP will also feature “Frail State of Mind,” “People,” and their self-titled song that features climate change activist Greta Thunberg.

Check out the 1975’s upcoming tour dates below.

04/27 – Houston, TX @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

04/29 – Austin, TX @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater

05/02 – Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis Pavilion

05/03 – El Paso, TX @ Don Haskins Center

05/05 – Phoenix, AZ @ Gila River Arena

05/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum ^

05/08 – Irvine, CA @ FivePoint Amphitheatre ^

05/11 – Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

05/13 – Omaha, NE @ Baxter Arena

05/14 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center

05/16 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center

05/18 – Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum

05/19 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center

05/21 –  Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage

05/23 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem

05/26 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

05/29 – Hanover, MD @ The Hall at Live! Casino and Hotel

06/02 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center

06/03 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

06/05 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

06/06 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center

06/08 – Jacksonville, FL @ Daily’s Place

06/09 – Miami, FL @ Bayfront Park Amphitheater

06/11 – Atlanta, GA @ Infinite Energy Center #

06/12 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival # ^

# – without Phoebe Bridgers

^ – without Beabadoobee

The Circle Is More Than a Netflix Reality Show—It’s Challenging Fatphobia

Netflix’s new reality series The Circle is an undeniable hit, thanks to a premise that’s truly unlike any other show on TV. In it, contestants rate each other based on their profiles and interactions on a fake social network (called The Circle, naturally). But the wildest part is that the contestants’ profiles can be whatever they want—meaning a person can catfish other players. And in this week’s set of episodes, fans saw one catfishing contestant, Sean, face both support and backlash after revealing that she’d been using a friend’s photos on her profile.

Sean, a plus-size social media manager and self-proclaimed body acceptance advocate, shared her true personality, job, and hometown with the others in The Circle. The only difference: She used the photos of a straight-size friend. But after getting to know the other contestants, she eventually decided to share her real self with them.

Several were positive about Sean’s reveal, but two in particular, Shubham and Ed, were less than impressed. And they’re not alone—a quick Twitter search for “Sean The Circle” shows that many feel critical about her choice. “Sean using a catfish photo is such a shitty thing to do when she promotes body acceptance irl,” one user argued. “She had this huge platform to show HAES & continue promoting body acceptance. Instead, she decided to reinforce the idea that size & beauty is what matters most.”

But Ed, Shubham—and, I’m assuming, many of Sean’s critics on Twitter—don’t know what it’s like to go through life as a fat woman, and I think they’re missing the core point of what she’s doing. As Sean explained on the show, she didn’t use her friend’s pictures because she’s not confident. Rather, it was a strategy: She knows the harassment that simply existing while fat can bring, especially online. As a plus-size person myself, I was excited to see her reveal on-screen—and what she said about fat women being mistreated rang true. Sure, most of The Circle‘s contestants were supportive of Sean, but trolly, anonymous comments are what many plus-size women deal with on a daily basis on Instagram and Twitter. (Just ask Lizzo.)

Sean on Netflix’s The Circle.

Courtesy of Netflix

It’s not like the catfishers, Sean included, who made it to the final three episodes were pretending to be other people for fun. One, Seaburn, used his girlfriend’s photos because he wanted to show it was OK for men to express their emotions. Karyn says she chose to be Mercedeze because she didn’t want to be judged for her looks. And Sean connected with her fellow competitors without having to worry about potential snap judgments that could have come with using her real photos.

By using another woman’s photos, Sean challenged the show’s contestants—and viewers—to examine the unconscious biases society has toward plus-size women. Even The Circle players who responded to her reveal positively might be more cognizant of some of the challenges and harassment that plus-size people face every day after hearing Sean’s reasoning. What her critics are missing is that this isn’t a debate about whether or not Sean should just “be herself”—it’s a call to rethink internalized fatphobia entirely. And how often do we get that on a reality show?

Meghan De Maria is a writer and editor based in New York.

Apparently Warner Bros. Asked For That Ezra Miller CW Cameo Late In The Game

As for whether or not Movie Flash and TV Flash will meet again, that’s hard to say, and Marc Guggenheim added that that question is up Warner Bros and DC. However, he added that the companies, including DC Comics’ Co-Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee, have a “wonderful vision” for not just the cinematic Flash, but the entire DC Universe. So perhaps there will be an opportunity for these Flashes of two worlds to have a proper team-up in the years to come.