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Ariana Grande Might Be Extending Her Season Of Festival Domination

2019 has barely begun, and yet Ariana Grande‘s year is already completely packed. The singer will drop her much-anticipated, heavily teased “7 Rings” music video this Friday, launch her ambitious, multi-continent Sweetener World Tour in March, and become the youngest-ever female Coachella headliner in April. Somehow amid all this, she’ll find time to release her new album, Thank U, Next, too.

Oh, and she might be headlining Lollapalooza, too. At least, that’s a what a new Variety report says.

Though the Chicago festival’s organizers typically don’t officially announce its headliners until March, “multiple sources” told Variety that Grande is already locked down as one of Lollapalooza’s 2019 marquee names. The fest hits Grant Park from August 1-4. And those same sources, the magazine reports, said Grande’s negotiations with Lolla predate her locking down a deal with Coachella. (The story goes that Grande reportedly got that invite only days before the announcement, after plans with Kanye West fell through due to an overly complicated stage setup.)

Grande also recently shuffled around some of her Sweetener World Tour dates in order to accommodate the Coachella gig, and it’s possible she could do the same if the Lolla news is true. We’ll likely have to wait until March to find out the news for sure.

In the meantime, we’ve got “7 Rings” to look forward to — and based on the teases she’s shared, including the delightful tale of its origin (“You know how when you’re waiting at Tiffany’s they give you lots of champagne? They got us very tipsy, so we bought seven engagement rings, and when I got back to the studio I gave everybody a friendship ring.”), it’s gonna be a wild ride.

We Tried Urban Decay’s New Brow Products – Reviews With Photos

My attempts to sculpt my eyebrows into two symmetrical, precisely defined arches usually end like attempts to please my parents: More often than not, I walk away from my efforts disappointed and tired. It’s not for a lack of trying; I’ve studied up on editors’ picks and investigated Internet hacks for easy, breezy, I-woke-up-like-this eyebrows. Left to my own devices, though, I end up with two uneven faux caterpillars.

Just when I’d lost hope for my dream eyebrows—even, full, and defined—Urban Decay stepped in with a big assist. Today, Urban Decay is unveiling a new brow collection at Sephora, Ulta, and QVC—and instead of suggesting one product fits every arch, there’s a specific item tailored to the precise look you’re going for. Fans of ultra-defined, microbladed precision can pick up the felt-tip Brow Blade ($26) pen to ink in sparse areas. Anyone looking for extra volume can build luscious brows with Brow Endowed ($28), a two-sided pomade set with primer and color. For those of us who can’t draw a tail to save their lives (ahem), there’s a set of stencils ($12 each) developed in collaboration with Audrey Glass, a top microblader in Los Angeles, to guide your chosen filling-in technique. You get the idea: There’s something for everyone.

I have my own makeup battles to fight, but my specific brow-tastrophe isn’t the only one that Urban Decay’s new collection can solve. So I asked my Glamour colleagues to join me in testing the entire collection, from the au natural clear pomade to the buildable brow putty. The shades of our brows couldn’t be more different—from wispy blonde to foliage auburn—and we’re each after a different look. Even with our varying dream brows, the line gave us all exactly what we wanted. Scroll on for everyone’s honest reviews.

The International Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Has Different Footage

It’s a big morning as we just received the first trailer for what is currently the last officially scheduled film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Far From Home. Both the North American and the International trailer hit the internet at the same time and while those two trailers are usually pretty close to identical, the international version of Far From Home gives us significantly different footage and even answers one question the main trailer leaves open. Check it out.

The first 30 seconds of the international trailer are completely different when compared to the other trailer. While the standard trailer opens with Peter and May at some sort of fundraiser and an awkward bit with Happy Hogan, the international trailer opens with Peter going through airport security in Europe. His bag is opened to reveal that May has tossed Peter’s Spider-Man costume in his bag, which he almost forgot it.

This is interesting because in the other trailer, but not this one, we specifically see where Peter decides to not take the costume with him to Europe, wanting to simply have fun on his European trip.

This trailer also contains a number of different shots that don’t appear elsewhere. They’re mostly just establishing shots of Europe and Peter and Ned in an airplane, nothing that’s going to spawn fan theories about what will happen in Far From Home, but if you’re hungry for as much content as you can get, the trailer has it.

Though it’s missing MJ‘s follow line to Peter where she tells him he looks pretty.

It also has Ned delivering a different line, or a different part of the same line, when he gets tranquilized by Nick Fury.

From the point where Nick Fury appears, confirming that, whatever else happens, at least one guy who got dusted by Thanos will return, the trailers basically fall in sync. We see Spider-Man swinging around Europe, we see him in a black suit, we see a giant water monster and the appearance by Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio, and seemingly as an ally to Spider-Man rather than his traditional role as a foe.

It’s not uncommon for international trailers to give us new or different information, but that frequently happens when an international trailer gets released by itself, weeks or months after the domestic version. When the two come out side-by-side, they usually turn out pretty identical.

The international trailer likely wanted to spend more time focusing on the European setting, since that’s one of the places that this trailer will be seen, as it might help draw in more viewers. That’s assuming, of course, that “new Spider-Man movie” isn’t going to do the job on its own.

6 Amazing Reveals In The Full Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

Spider-Man fans have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the first full trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home. It finally dropped this morning (click here if you haven’t yet seen it), and it revealed a LOT about what we can expect from the sequel. There are no real answers in here about how Spidey returns from the snap — that will be saved for Avengers: Endgame. But here are the most interesting and shocking things that we spotted while combing over all of the footage.

Nick Fury and Spider-Man haven’t met

Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) will appear in Spider-Man: Far From Home, and will recruit the webslinger to help him battle creatures known as Elementals. They will pull their powers from different elements, and we see one made of water (Hydro-Man) and dirt (Sandman). But when Fury first approaches Peter, who is on vacation, he states, “So nice to finally meet you, Spider-Man.” So, these two never meet in Avengers: Endgame? Or, will Endgame reset things so that the MCU people don’t remember events of the past? MYSTERY!

We’re getting the fishbowl!

Fans have been waiting to see Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) in action, after getting an early tease look at his suit. More importantly, we all needed visual confirmation of the fact that Mysterio will rock his signature fishbowl helmet — because really, without it, it’s just not Mysterio. Though Gyllenhaal shows his real face when the character first shows up, once he battles the water Elemental, the fishbowl is in place.

Spider-Man is getting a new suit

Again, there have been images of Spider-Man (Tom Holland) wearing an all-black suit… but not THE black suit, that’s made up of alien materials. This is known as the Stealth Suit, and it allegedly will be given to Spidey by Nick Fury so that he can continue to fight crime while in Europe, without tipping off his friends to the fact that Spider-Man and Peter Parker happen to be in Europe at the same time.

Two new suits, actually!

The trailer suggests that some major action will happen in London, with the infamous Tower Bridge serving as a backdrop for creepy, atmospheric action. Could this be yet another Elemental creature bearing down on the metropolitan city? As Spider-Man swings into action, we see that he is wearing the red-and-black number that Tom Holland debuted on the Jimmy Kimmel show. It’s not the Stark suit, or the Stealth Suit. So, who gives him this one?

A Ben Parker nod

This one is just sentimental, for long-time Spider-Man fans. Because the MCU Spider-Man already has his powers by the time we met him in Captain America: Civil War, we didn’t have to endure his origin story one more time. I was able to ask Tom Holland, in an interview, if his version of Peter Parker is responsible for Uncle Ben’s death, and he told me that he did not know. There was a brief mention of Ben in Homecoming, and now it looks like Peter is using Ben Parker’s luggage as he packs for his European vacation. This is integral to the character of Peter. He mainly perseveres as a superhero because he failed his uncle, once. And he doesn’t’ want to do it again. I like that Jon Watts is not forgetting Ben Parker. We certainly haven’t.

Spider-Man’s ‘neighborhood’ now includes Manhattan

This one is a jolt for me. In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) was limited to Queens. He was a friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man. And he looked longingly at the massive borough I the distance. To fans, though, Spider-man belongs in NYC, and so the brief moment where he battled in Manhattan in Avengers: Infinity War seemed like a major step. In this new trailer, we see Spidey swinging through New York City. It’s brief, but at least we learn that he patrols Manhattan now. Wouldn’t it be dope to see the Daily Bugle building in the background of one of these shots? Or, the Baxter Building?

What did you manage to see in the backgrounds of the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home? Let us know any of the cool things that we might have missed.

In the meantime, the sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home gears up for a July 5 release date. We still can’t wait to see what Joe and Anthony Russo have cooked up for the webslinger in Avengers: Endgame. But it’s mildly comforting to see Peter back in human form, ready to engage in some fresh adventures with his friends, though on a different continent.

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Game of Thrones Fans Think Jon Snow’s Statue in the Season 8 Trailer Reveals a Huge Clue

HBO dropped the first teaser for Game of Thrones season eight on Sunday night (January 13), and, as expected, fans are already excavating it for clues and hidden meanings. Of course, some of them are a stretch, but a few actually have merit—like a theory currently trending on Reddit about Jon Snow’s statue from the trailer.

For context, go back and watch the teaser for yourself, below, and pay close attention to the statues it reveals of Arya, Sansa, and Jon. Notice how Arya and Sansa’s figures portray them as they are now—young—but Jon’s depicts him as an older man. Some fans are taking this to mean that Jon Snow is the only one who survives when everything is said and done. That’s a bold conclusion, sure, but Game of Thrones is a bold show.

“For me this trailer solidifies Jon as the main protagonist of the story,” one Redditor writes. “Whatever the ending is going to be, it’s going to be about Jon. He will be the hero, the ruler; he will defeat the Night King and save the realm. He’s not going to die, unless it’s as a final sacrifice.”

Others, however, think people may be reading too much into this. One fan points to a similar death theory that popped up in season six but never panned out. “Remember season six promos with all the faces of the lead actors in the hall of the Many Faced God? Everyone had theories on which one was gonna die, none of those characters died in that season,” they write. Good point!

There’s also another big Easter egg in this trailer: the frozen feather that falls when Jon passes the remains of his late mother, Lyanna. For context: The audience knows Lyanna is Jon’s mom, but he doesn’t. As this happens, we hear Lyanna’s voice faintly say, “You have to protect him.” “Him” is referring to Jon, who is the true heir to the Iron Throne. He just doesn’t know it yet. (Sansa put this exact feather on Lyanna’s statue back in season five.)

There’s so much going on in this trailer! Catch fans coming up with 500 more theories from it between now and when season eight premieres on April 14.

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Serena Williams Brought Back the Catsuit for the 2019 Australian Open

Serena Williams‘ signature catsuits have been the subject of public fascination since she returned to the tennis court last summer for the French Open, wearing a formfitting black style from Nike that would go on to be banned by the French Tennis Federation. (The Women’s Tennis Association stood by Williams, updating its dress codes to approve “mid-thigh-length compression shorts” like hers.) Now, for her first tournament of 2019, the G.O.A.T. is making it clear that the look isn’t going away any time soon.

On January 15, Williams faced Tatjana Maria at the Australian Open in Melbourne. She not only won her first match of the competition, but she did so wearing a familiar silhouette.

2019 Australian Open - Day 2

PHOTO: James D. Morgan

Williams appeared on the court wearing another custom catsuit by Nike. Unlike the French Open one, this version was short and green, with black and white stripe details and a keyhole cut-out in the back.

2019 Australian Open - Day 2

PHOTO: James D. Morgan

Oh, and she wore it with fishnet tights.

2019 Australian Open - Day 2

PHOTO: Fred Lee

Ever since she began her career in the mid-1990s, Williams has dominated the tennis court not only with her incredible skill, but with her sense of style. Her latest Nike outfit offers her fans the slightest throwback to the start of her fashion journey: Its reminiscent of her original catsuit, designed by Puma for the 2002 U.S. Open.

Top seed Serena Williams wears a winning smile on the way to

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Williams’ Australia Open look is her first catsuit since the 2018 French Open. It was her first tournament since giving birth, and the divisive look was specifically engineered to prevent blood clots. Though the French Tennis Federation wasn’t a fan of it. Nike stood by the athlete, calling Williams a “superhero.”

2018 French Open Tennis Tournament. Roland Garros.

PHOTO: Tim Clayton – Corbis

Williams didn’t seem too concerned, though: She told ESPN she likely wouldn’t wear that catsuit again, anyway, because “when it comes to fashion, you don’t want to be a repeat offender.”

Her Australia Open uniform already has a big fan: Williams’ husband, Alexis Ohanian, tweeted that he was “here” for her romper.

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Yolanda Hadid Just Revealed She’s Done With Fillers and Botox

There’s really no question that Yolanda Hadid is a stunningly beautiful woman—and a quick look at any of the throwback photos her famous daughters Gigi and Bella post of her prove that it’s always been that way. But pictures, of course, don’t tell a woman’s entire story. During her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, viewers learned about Hadid’s health struggles with Lyme disease, and she has continued to document her journey on social media.

And her latest Instagram post is one of her most personal and revealing yet. On the heels of her birthday (January 11) Hadid reveals that, at 55, she’s now removed the breast implants, fillers, Botox, and extensions she felt pressured to get to keep up appearances. Or as she puts it, the things she “thought I needed in order to keep up with what society conditioned me to believe what a sexy woman should look like.” She goes on to stress the importance of health and making educated decisions about what you choose to do to and with your body, which is pretty sage advice in general.

“It took me many years of undoing some bad choices I made for myself before I finally found the freedom to sustainable internal beauty and acceptance of what is the best version of myself by no standards but my own,” she said. “It’s on us to learn to love our selves and celebrate our unique, one of a kind beauty at all ages as we move through this journey called ‘life.’ Beauty has no meaning without your health.”

Hadid has spoken about her decisions to get stop getting injectables before, and she famously had her breast implants removed on an episode of Real Housewives back in 2016. Back then, she said she’d found out that she had silicone from the implants floating in her body. “Your health is your wealth so please make educated decisions, research the partial information you’re given by our broken system before putting anything foreign in your body,” she continued.

Keep doing you, Yolanda. Here’s to a healthy and happy new year ahead.

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First Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Is Hilarious And Action-Packed

Spider-Man (Tom Holland) finds himself in a precarious place. Sony has to promote the fact that they have a bells-and-whistles Spider-Man sequel arriving in theaters next summer in Spider-Man: Far From Home. But at the moment, their sarcastic, high-school-aged hero is dust. So it is with great anticipation that we buckled in for the first full trailer for the upcoming Far From Home, which will send Peter Parker and his classmates on a European vacation. You know, once Avengers 4 figures out how to bring Spidey back from the SNAP:

We actually know a lot about Spider-Man: Far From Home, despite the fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in disarray, and Peter’s part in the grand scheme is up in the air. Assuming all gets settled in Avengers 4, we can report that Parker (Tom Holland) and his Homecoming classmates are heading overseas on a high school trip… but they are not alone.

It has been confirmed that Spider-Man will meet Mysterio on this trip, and the infamous Marvel character, fishbowl head and all, will be played by Jake Gyllenhaal.

He’s not the only character joining Spider-Man in this anticipated sequel, however. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) will be tagging along, guiding Spider-Man on a handful of secret missions that may, or may not, require the introduction of a new suit.

Now let’s talk about the unusual nature of this trailer. Sony doesn’t acknowledge, at all, the fact that Peter Parker turned to dust at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. This trailer basically picks up with Peter somehow having survived. And there’s no real mention of the fact that Peter somehow made it back. I suppose it’s fair for Marvel fans to just accept the fact that there will be a solution to Spidey’s predicament in Avengers: Endgame, which will open nearly three months prior to Spider-Man: Far From Home reaching theaters. But still, yeah. This is all a little strange.

Want to enjoy the first poster? Sure, why not, right?

Spider-Man: Far From Home continues the adventures of Peter Parker as he leaves Manhattan on a class trip to Europe. We’ll see what he encounters when the movie opens in theaters on July 5.

Kim Kardashian Just Confirmed She’s Having a Fourth Child

Earlier this month, news broke that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their fourth child via surrogate, and now Kim’s confirmed this herself. In a new interview with Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Kim revealed baby number four is on the way—and it’s a boy.

“We are [expecting another child],” Kim told host Andy Cohen with her sisters, Kourtney and Khloé, by her side. “Yes.”

Kim said she and Kanye do have a due date, and that it’s “some time soon.” However, she didn’t offer any more details beyond that.

“It’s out there,” Kim continued, referring to the reports about her fourth child. “I got drunk at our Christmas Eve party, and I told some people, and I can’t remember who I told because I never get drunk.” Talk about a relatable holiday party moment!

Watch Kim reveal all this for yourself, below:

Kim and Kanye welcomed their third child, Chicago, via surrogate in January 2018. After giving birth to her second child naturally, Kim began suffering from placenta accreta, a condition in which the placenta is bound to the uterine wall. She decided after this to explore surrogacy as an option for expanding her family.

“You know, it is really different,” Kim told Entertainment Tonight about the differences between surrogacy and carrying a child herself. “Anyone that says or thinks it is just the easy way out is just completely wrong. I think it is so much harder to go through it this way, because you are not really in control. And you know, obviously you pick someone that you completely trust and that you have a good bond and relationship with, but it is still…knowing that I was able to carry my first two babies and not, you know, my baby now, it’s hard for me. So it’s definitely a harder experience than I anticipated just in the control area.”

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The 9 Best Superhero Movies That Aren’t Based On Comic Books

Superhero movies have grown to be immensely popular within the last 25 years, but while Marvel and DC certainly lead the way in terms of major brands, there also exists a wide variety of source material within the genre. And even beyond all of the indie publishers that generate features, there are also those films that exist as original creations – not adaptations of comic books or strips. It’s those latter titles in particular that we are here to highlight today.

This weekend will see the release of Glass, the conclusion of M. Night Shyamalan’s Eastrail 177 Trilogy, and with it in mind we’ve decided to collect a list of the nine best superhero movies that didn’t take specific inspiration from any established work. It’s an eclectic mix of films — both live-action and animated, and tonally light and dark — and overall proof that fictional vigilantes don’t always have to get their start with illustrations and speech bubbles.


We obviously wouldn’t have Glass without M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable, and 19 years after its release it remains a fascinating bit of storytelling. It’s unlike any big screen origin we’ve seen — in that it weirdly only covers what are typically seen as the first two acts of the story — but it succeeds by being moody, compelling, and magical. At a time when costumed heroes weren’t everywhere in cinemas, it was special to watch David Dunn (Bruce Willis) add more weights to his workout and test his limitations, and you wonderfully teeter on the question of whether he is or isn’t superhuman. The pop culture environment has now changed, but the movie’s impact hasn’t.


Sam Raimi contributed in a major way to the growth of the superhero genre with his trilogy of Spider-Man films, but fans will note that it wasn’t actually his first toe dip into the arena. Instead, that happened more than a decade earlier when he made 1990’s Darkman. It was made for a whole hell of a lot less money that the web-slinger features, and didn’t have the same kind of advanced effects at its disposal, but to this day it remains an awesome thriller with a power we haven’t really seen in mainstream superheroes: being a master of disguise. The fact that the movie also has a heavy helping of Raimi’s horror sensibilities is just icing on the cake.


Josh Trank will sadly long be remembered for his unfortunate Fantastic Four movie, but at the same time we won’t forget the awesome film that actually got him that job. Chronicle combined the strengths of two burgeoning trends in the aughts — superheroes and found footage — and the result is a double dose of awesome and creepy. Plus, as a serious extra bonus, the feature is also the one that brought both Michael B. Jordan and Dane DeHaan to the attention of the world, and given the work they’ve done since, that’s an impressive legacy all by itself.

The Incredibles

Pixar was at the top of its game in 2004 when Brad Bird took the helm of his first film at the studio, and together they made The Incredibles into something amazing. There are hints of Watchmen, some really stunning and creative action, and a beautiful 1950s flair, but what really sells this movie (and its sequel for that matter) is the amazing relationships between the members of the superpowered Parr family. This is one that could be watched hundreds of times and never get old.

The Specials

James Gunn became a household name thanks to his work on the Guardians of the Galaxy films, but the reality is that his excitement about sci-fi and superheroes was showcased in his work years before his association with Marvel. His first go at it was writing Craig Mazin’s comedy The Specials — and while it’s certainly a film that is rough around the edges and clearly made on a tight budget, it also has a great deal of charm and basically suffers from being just a little before its time with its parody (it was released in 2000). It definitely wasn’t a success, but fortunately Gunn would eventually get another crack at the genre, and I’m not talking about Guardians. But we’ll get to that in a bit…


Released in 1987, Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop is not only an action classic, but also one of the great 20th century superhero stories, featuring a dedicated cop (Peter Weller) becoming more than human — specifically part machine — so that he can put a permanent end to crime in Detroit. It’s gruesome, and sometimes wholly disgusting, but it’s also filled with badass, explosive 80s-style action and driven by an awesome character’s journey for a new understanding of self. No matter how many times they bring this story back, the original will always be the best.


Long before he became the DC Extended Universe’s version of Deadshot, Will Smith first tried his hand at the superhero game with Peter Berg’s Hancock, and while not exactly perfect, it is one of the more interesting and unique original superhero features to be released. We’re certainly not used to seeing powered individuals as homeless drunks, but that’s not the only unexpected development as there wind up being some interesting rules for the lead character’s abilities. It’s a movie that didn’t turn out to be everything that audiences were hoping for, but it also definitely has a cool story to tell within the genre.


The Incredibles beat Tom McGrath’s Megamind to theaters by about six years, but it shouldn’t be dismissed as just “that other animated superhero movie.” While kids are certainly the focus for this one, the film is actually legitimately fun, and is unique on this list being the only one that centers on a villain. Will Ferrell gives a great performance as the blue, giant-headed titular character, and there are some real surprises that wind up unfolding throughout the course of the story.


Remember how I said that we weren’t done with James Gunn? Super is admittedly a bit different than every other title on this list, as Rainn Wilson’s Frank is a protagonist without real superpowers, but we’re counting it because of his seriously inflamed sense of justice, and his propensity for dressing up in a costume and mask to call himself the Crimson Bolt. All of the great markings of superhero movies are here, with an added dark twist that only Gunn could provide, and it’s as shocking as it is fun and weird. Wilson delivers one of the best performances of his career, but it’s Ellen Page who steals every scene as his hyper-excited sidekick, Boltie.

Of this selection, which movie do you feel is best? Do you think there is a title that we didn’t include that you feel deserves to be on here? Hit the comments section below with all of your thoughts, feelings, and opinions.

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