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Full West Side Story Trailer Reveals Steven Spielberg’s Colorful New Take On The Musical

Anticipation for West Side Story has been steadily building since it was revealed that Steven Spielberg was behind the camera and collaborating with Oscar winner original star Rita Moreno. But footage has been limited, at least until now. Check out the trailer above, featuring more of the performances given by the likes of Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, and Ariana DeBose.

Hey, James Bond Producers, Put Benediction’s Jack Lowden On Your Shortlist For 007

I’ll admit, Benediction isn’t a movie that most would consider a proper James Bond audition. [Terence Davies’ dour historical drama](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benediction(film) is an absolutely serious affair, with Jack Lowden turning in a spellbinding performance as the younger Sassoon. But in terms of the dramatic weight that the Daniel Craig era has given the world, starting with _Casino Royale, Lowden has proven himself rather well to handle that piece of the action.

Malignant Director James Wan Reveals How He Pulled Off That Bonkers Third Act Twist

SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains massive spoilers for Malignant. If you have not yet seen the film, proceed at your own risk!

James Wan takes audiences on one hell of a wild ride with Malignant, as the energy in the mystery-driven thriller continues to escalate until the movie delivers an awesome shock with the answer to the question, “Who is Gabriel?” Not only is the core concept both disturbing and brilliant, but it’s executed with some incredible style and physicality. Of course, pulling off something like having a horror villain living in the back of a protagonist’s skull is no easy task, but Wan was working with some excellent collaborators on the film, both in the cast and crew, and they all worked together closely to bring the vision to life.

Talking Morning Routines, Workplace Rejection, and Dream Jobs with Tarana Burke

Her childhood dream job:

A fashion editor. I wanted to be a writer, from a very young age, so I should say writing in some form. That kind of shifted into fashion at about 13 or 14, when I became obsessed with Vogue magazine, Glamour, and Elle. I would get all these fashion magazines and devour them. I always wanted to write in some capacity, and I just knew it was going to be fashion. 

How she deals with rejection in the workplace:

As the person in a leadership position, I trust my team. That’s the reason why I hired them; that’s the reason why we are successful. So when they reject my ideas, it’s never really a rejection. It’s more like we all agree that this other way is better. I have to kind of swallow that. It doesn’t hurt me—I trust that they know better than I do. Part of accepting rejection is also some humility that says, “I’m not the smartest person in the room all the time.” It’s different if somebody is like, “No. Get out of here. That’s dumb.” I don’t want to be a part of that team. That means I don’t belong in that space because I don’t want to be around people who will be that disrespectful.

Her biggest workplace challenge:

My biggest workplace challenge is keeping up with all the moving pieces. I’ve spent a lot of years being completely involved in every aspect of the work that I’m doing or the work that I’m leading. Part of my work now does involve me being a public-facing figure or representative for the organization and the movement. So that means that I can’t be in the granular stuff, and that’s really difficult.

The moment she realized, “I’m successful”: 

Years ago we joined MySpace. We really just joined to have a place to house the information about the work, like a website, because we couldn’t afford a website. When it started trickling out, and we started getting responses from people around the country, saying, “This is brilliant. How can we join? I want to support. I want to be a part of it.” It was validating on one hand that the young people were receptive, but it was a completely different level of “Oh yeah, we’re onto something. This is super necessary.”

Her favorite treat after a long, productive day:

My husband is the chef in the house. He does a good deal of the cooking, and he has started making these pound cakes from scratch. Oh my God, they’re so good. I’ll come downstairs, and I can smell it in the house. I keep saying, “Hey, please stop making these.” He’s like, “Well, don’t eat it.” That’s not an option. If you make it, I’m going to eat it. I get a cold glass of milk and a warm piece of pound cake.

Tarana Burke’s Workday Essentials

I’m not really a techie person, but I was gifted a Google Home. I love it because I just say, “Google, when’s my next meeting?” “Google, what time is my dentist?” I talk to my little assistant all day.

Google Home Mini

$39.99$34.99

Best Buy

I chew on crushed ice all day, probably because I’m anemic and need iron, but that’s another conversation. Occasionally, I add apple juice, which is my favorite juice. I usually like to fill a tall glass with crushed ice, drink all the apple juice, and then chew on the ice. I focus that way.

I have to have my pen. The kind that you twist. I need them to be a certain width, a little fat but not too bad.

My big sticky notes. I am obsessed with sticky notes. They’re all over the place, and I very rarely use the little square ones. Mine are 5″x7″ and bigger. I write whole outlines on sticky notes all over my computer screen.

Post-it Notes

$5.49

Target

I’m a big fan of Free People and Anthropologie. I’m a size 14, and you’d think they don’t fit us because they advertise to the California yoga free-spirited white woman, but their clothes do fit. Their large and extra large fit, and they have the best lounge clothes. Quarantine turned us into homebodies, so all my clothes are lounge clothes. I have a ton of pants from Free People and Anthropologie, and their loose-fitting, flowy tops and T-shirts.

Sweatshirt Dress

$49.95

Anthropologie

The Way Home Joggers

$60

Free People

Janae McKenzie is a contributing writer for Glamour.

Tarana Burke Has the Best Advice for Workplace Rejection

Her childhood dream job:

A fashion editor. I wanted to be a writer, from a very young age, so I should say writing in some form. That kind of shifted into fashion at about 13 or 14, when I became obsessed with Vogue magazine, Glamour, and Elle. I would get all these fashion magazines and devour them. I always wanted to write in some capacity, and I just knew it was going to be fashion. 

How she deals with rejection in the workplace:

As the person in a leadership position, I trust my team. That’s the reason why I hired them, that’s the reason why we are successful. So when they reject my ideas, it’s never really a rejection. It’s more like we all agree that this other way is better. I have to kind of swallow that. It doesn’t hurt me—I trust that they know better than I do. Part of accepting rejection is also some humility that says, “I’m not the smartest person in the room all the time.” It’s different if somebody is like, “No. Get out of here. That’s dumb.” I don’t want to be a part of that team. That means I don’t belong in that space because I don’t want to be around people who will be that disrespectful.

Her biggest workplace challenge:

My biggest workplace challenge is keeping up with all the moving pieces. I’ve spent a lot of years being completely involved in every aspect of the work that I’m doing or the work that I’m leading. Part of my work now does involve me being a public-facing figure or representative for the organization and the movement. So that means that I can’t be in the granular stuff, and that’s really difficult.

The moment she realized, “I’m successful”: 

Years ago, we joined MySpace. We really just joined to have a place to house the information about the work, like a website, because we couldn’t afford a website. When it started trickling out, and we started getting responses from people around the country saying, “This is brilliant. How can we join? I want to support. I want to be a part of it.” It was validating on one hand that the young people were receptive, but it was a completely different level of, “Oh yeah, we’re onto something. This is super necessary.”

Her favorite treat after a long, productive day:

My husband is the chef in the house. He does a good deal of the cooking, and he has started making these pound cakes from scratch. Oh my god, they’re so good. I’ll come downstairs, and I can smell it in the house. I keep saying, “Hey, please stop making these.” He’s like, “Well, don’t eat it.” That’s not even a fair question. That’s not an option. If you make it, I’m going to eat it. I get a cold glass of milk and a warm piece of pound cake.

Tarana Burke’s Workday Essentials

I’m not really a techie person, but I was gifted a Google Home. I love it because I just say, “Google, when’s my next meeting? Google, what time is my dentist?” I talk to my little assistant all day.

Google Home Mini

$39.99$34.99

Best Buy

I chew on crushed ice all day, probably because I’m anemic and need iron, but that’s another conversation. Occasionally, I add apple juice, which is my favorite juice. I usually like fill a tall glass with crushed ice, drink all the apple juice, and then chew on the ice. I focus that way.

I have to have my pen. The kind that you twist. I need them to be a certain width, a little fat but not too bad.

My big sticky notes. I am obsessed with sticky notes. They’re all over the place, and I very rarely use the little square ones. Mine are 5 x 7 and bigger. I write whole outlines on sticky notes all over my computer screen.

Post-it Notes

$5.49

Target

I’m a big fan of Free People and Anthropologie. I’m a size 14, and you’d think they don’t fit us because they advertise to the California yoga free-spirited white woman, but their clothes do fit. Their large and extra large fit, and they have the best lounge clothes. Quarantine turned us into homebodies, so all my clothes are lounge clothes. I have a ton pants from Free People and Anthropologie, and their loose-fitting, flowy tops and T-shirts.

Sweatshirt Dress

$49.95

Anthropologie

The Way Home Joggers

$60

Free People

Janae McKenzie is a contributing writer for Glamour.

Black Adam’s Pierce Brosnan Hypes Up The Justice Society In Dwayne Johnson’s Movie

Anyway, so who’s joining Pierce Brosnan’s Doctor Fate in Black Adam? That will be Aldis Hodge’s Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell’s Cyclone and Noah Centineo’s Atom Smasher. Hawkman and Doctor Fate were two of the JSA’s founding members in the comics, while Cyclone and Atom Smasher are among the “newer” heroes who’ve been added to the lineup over the last several decades. It’s unclear if the DCEU’s version of the JSA will have any ties to World War II like its comics counterpart or if its members have solely operated in contemporary times. It also remains to be seen why the JSA will clash with Black Adam, although considering he likes to dispense justice with a lethal touch, it’s easy enough to understand why they’d ideologically disagree.

Peter Capaldi’s Benediction Is As Pithy As It Is Heartbreaking

Setting itself apart from standard biopics, Benediction injects a serious subject with two qualities you wouldn’t expect in a film such as this: humor and almost dream-like visual flare. As we see Siegfried Sassoon’s younger years play out through military service and on the social circuit, Jack Lowden holds court as the English poet. Right from the start, we see Benediction clue us into the heartbreak that Sassoon would find himself suffering throughout his life; and the art that would come from it. Haunted by World War I, we see actual footage integrated into scenes of reflection, as both Lowden and Peter Capaldi’s incarnations of Siegfried reflect on what was to be the war to end all wars.

10 Great Cinderella Movies To Watch After Camila Cabello’s Amazon Prime Adaptation

The Princess Diaries (2001)

In this adaptation of the novel of the same name, The Princess Diaries follows Mia Thermopolis, a shy teenager from America who suddenly learns she is the heir to the throne of a European kingdom, completely changing her life forever.

Another modern adaptation of Cinderella, The Princess Diaries isn’t necessarily your standard Cinderella story. There’s no magic, no Prince Charming, not even a blue dress or masked strangers – but what makes The Princess Diaries such a great film is The Princess Diaries cast, and their characters, especially Anne Hathaway’s character, Mia. She’s this random girl, with no royal training, and is thrown into this new world, not knowing what to do, something that Cinderella did touch on, especially in its direct-to-video sequels. It’s another great modernized version, and deserves all the praise it has gotten.

Plus, it has Julie Andrews, and she’s always a win. I still can’t believe it’s been twenty years since it first released – somebody stop me from growing up.

Stream The Princess Diaries on Disney+.
Rent The Princess Diaries on Amazon.

Why Wong Has Become One Of The MCU’s MVPs

Given his latest appearance and what we saw in it, I think it’s high time we acknowledge Wong as the current MVPs of the MCU. This guy has been quietly in the background for years in the MCU, and now it finally seems he’ll get a chance to step to the forefront and lead a new generation of heroes. Wong will likely, and perhaps always has been, one of the best in the MCU fold, and after a brief evaluation of the facts, it isn’t hard to see why.

Crew Member Injured On Kevin Hart And Mark Wahlberg’s New Movie After Fall

So that’s all we have on official revelations, but Deadline also heard details about what went down from unnamed sources. Supposedly this accident happened at Sunset Gower Studios’ Studio 12, which is where Me Time is shooting, and the person who fell is “believed” to be a studio technician in his 30s. This technician apparently fell approximately 30 feet from the grid above the stage. At this time, there’s no word about his condition, but fingers crossed he’ll be ok.