Finally, Zack Snyder also revealed that Barry Allen received time-travel help from a fellow Justice League member – Cyborg. Apparently, Cyborg helped to send Barry to speak to Bruce, which is what we saw in Batman v. Superman. However, Snyder asserts that Barry would have wanted Cyborg to send him to a second location in time, as his encounter with Bruce in BvS happened too soon.
Bruno Oliver, it seems, also does not want to screw us over. Because as part of the interview, he took the time to illustrate how to recreate the sandwich in our own kitchens. That means we can all have at least one halfway decent quarantine meal — that is, if we can find all of the ingredients.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker introduced a slew of new characters to the galaxy far, far away, ranging from the armor-clad Zorii Bliss to the cruel Allegiant General Pryde. However, none arguably made a greater impression than the diminutive Babu Frik. Although the character’s presence was limited, his cute ramblings quickly grabbed fans’ attention. Now, it appears this was also the case on the set.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic confines Americans to their homes, friends are doing virtual drinks via Zoom and Houseparty, families are hosting game nights online, and singletons are coming up with new ways to date. One Brooklyn man’s videos about a meet-cute with a woman who lives in the apartment building across the street are currently making the rounds on Instagram and TikTok.
Photographer Jeremy Cohen’s story began on Insta and (in true internet-savvy fashion) continued on his TikTok, a move that surely gave him a surge of new followers. He tells the story of how he saw a woman dancing on her roof and after waving hello, decided to send her his number via a drone.
Cohen says flirting is usually “daunting” for him, but because of the quarantine he was crazing social interaction and took a chance. “I can’t believe this actually worked and yes this is a real story,” he wrote in the video caption.
The move worked and he got a text back! “There’s going to be a part 2 in the next couple of days, add me on tiktok if you wanna see it 🥰link in bio🥰,” he added to the caption.
The New Yorkers then had a first date complete with tiny tables and tablecloths—and wine, of course. They FaceTimed from their respective buildings while Cohen documented it all. The photographer claims he tapped his date’s roommate to help set it up.
Next, he decided to make his biggest romantic gesture yet. He rolled over to her place in a giant plastic bubble so they could take a “walk” together. They were even stopped by cops who had seen their story on the news. (Side note: did he just…have that thing lying around?)
The Internet thinks this is just about the best meet-cute ever. “Fellas, we can no longer make excuses,” one Twitter user wrote. “Expectations have been raised.”
Of course, not everyone believes this love story is genuine.
Whether it’s a real rom-com in the making or not, we were fully entertained and will be anxiously awaiting part four.
7. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)
While 2004’s Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story isn’t exactly Jason Bateman’s movie, he arguably stole several scenes in the role of Pepper Brooks, an ESPN commentator who provides lewd, spacey, and just-plain-absurd feedback about the dodgeball games-at-hand alongside Cotton McKnight (Gary Cole). The role is certainly more goofy and rambunctious than the character’s we’re used to seeing from the actor, but that freedom allows him to be a little looser and, arguably, funnier by fully embodying the sort of wild-and-out side character we rarely get to see him play.
Playing the supporting role back in 2004, when Bateman wasn’t a household name yet, despite starring in the beloved, Emmy award-winning dysfunctional family sitcom, Arrested Development, the TV actor provided quotable one-liners like “it’s a bold strategy, Cotton, let’s see if it pays off for them” and “usually, you pay double for that action, Cotton,” among others. While it’s ultimately a very brief role in the scheme of things for him, this is also one of Bateman’s funniest roles.
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Still, the show of gratitude from one of Britain’s most enduring and iconic entertainment brands is definitely admirable, especially because the upcoming Bond film was one of the first to be directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. No Time To Die, Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond, was originally scheduled to be released on April 10th. It’s now been pushed back to an unspecified date in November. But, of course, a movie’s release is hardly the priority right now — and by focusing on what’s really important, was the right thing for the Bond series to do.
If it feels like Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor never ended, that’s because the drama just keeps coming. This time, Hannah Ann Sluss is speaking out about those photos.
In case you missed it while you were binge-watching Tiger King, Weber was recently photographed looking extremely flirty with contestant Kelley Flanagan in Chicago…and they did not seem to be practicing social distancing. “Peter was vibing and it seemed like, at one point, Kelley had his leg in her lap,” an eyewitness told E! News.
This all comes after he originally got engaged to Sluss, broke up with her for Madison Prewett, and then found himself on the market yet again. Oh, and don’t forget, Flanagan was inexplicably called out by host Chris Harrison for being in the audience of the After the Final Rose ceremony. Do with that info what you will.
Anyways, when the photos first hit made headlines, Sluss purged her Instagram of all things Weber and liked a few suspicious tweets, one of which called him a f*ckboi. Now, his former fiancée is actually speaking out how those photos made her feel.
“I was completely blindsided by a lot, if it has been going on all along that would be very sneaky,” Sluss reportedly told Bachelor Alum Nick Viall on Instagram Live. “Maybe it will work out for them and he will be decisive about her.”
Viall kept digging. “On a scale of one to ten, how annoyed were you when you saw the Peter and Kelley photos?” Viall asked, seemingly hoping to get more out of Weber’s ex.
“In the day, I’m single, Peter’s single, Kelley’s single, we’re all single,” she responded. “Good for them if that’s the case. When you’ve just been through so much crap and you see the light at the end of the tunnel, little things like that don’t drag you down that much…I’m just glad I’m out of it…It’s definitely confusing, but maybe it will work out for them and he’ll be decisive about her.”
But, she wasn’t shocked to see the pair together either. “Honestly when I saw it, I wasn’t really surprised,” Sluss reportedly said later in the conversation. “I really wasn’t, cause that’s just the pattern of how everything’s been going—just like all over the place, has no direction, so I wasn’t really surprised.”
Now, we wait for the next twist…
But in a recent video, he actually went out of his way to say that he’s purposely not posting any clips of his personal quarantine workout regime, because he’s trying to be sensitive to what others are going through right now. In the 20 minute long video, he talks about why he made that choice:
When Ethan Hunt is the sole survivor of his IMF team following a botched mission, he’s the top suspect for a mole within the agency. Hunt escaped IMF, and went about looking to clear his name with the help of two disavowed agents, Luther Stickell and Franz Krieger, and the wife of his “deceased” boss Claire Phelps. Claire is later exposed as in on the plot, and that Jim Phelps faked his death and was the actual mole. Ethan’s name is cleared, and he’s given another mission almost instantly on the flight home, which is kind of rude.
As self-isolation and social distancing because of the coronavirus roars on, we need TV shows and movies now more than ever to keep us entertained and sane. Thankfully, this week’s lineup of new programming is solid.
See, below, all the TV shows and movies that will help you pass the time over the next few days.
Sunday, March 29
iHeart Living Room Concert for America: Elton John and iHeart are banding together to throw a benefit concert for coronavirus relief. Dubbed the iHeart Living Room Concert for America, the concert will feature several artists who all recorded their sets from home using their personal phones and audio equipment. Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, Alicia Keys, and others are slated to perform. It will air commercial-free on Fox on Sunday, March 29, at 9 p.m. ET. It will also air on Fox and iHeart’s other digital, broadcast, and linear platforms at the same time. Viewers will be encouraged to donate to Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation. 9 P.M. ET on on Fox
Monday, March 30
Homefest: James Corden‘s Late Late Show Special: “With all the artists and guests safely at home — and James in his garage — we’ll be raising money for charity and hopefully raising your spirits in the process,” an Instagram post about this special reads. Featured artists include Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and John Legend. 10 P.M. ET on CBS
Tuesday, March 31
Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert: A YouTube documentary about the history of Coachella. Streaming on YouTube
The Scheme: Per HBO, this documentary explores the 2017 arrests of Adidas executives and assistant coaches at major college basketball programs after the FBI uncovered some major corruption. 9 P.M. ET on HBO
Wednesday, April 1
The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show: Per Netflix, “From the mind of comedian Iliza Shlesinger comes a fun, irreverent mix of kooky characters, sly social commentary and pop culture gags,” Streaming on Netflix
Nailed It!: Because disaster baking will always calm my nerves. Streaming on Netflix
Thursday, April 2
The Real Housewives of New York City: With Bethenny Frankel out, how will the dynamic of this season be? I can’t wait to tune in…with Pinot Grigio, of course. 9 P.M. ET on Bravo
Friday, April 3
Coffee & Kareem: A new movie starring Taraji P. Henson and Ed Helms about an inept cop who must team up with his girlfriend’s son after their first bonding experience leads to a criminal discovery. Streaming on Netflix
Saturday, April 4
9 Months with Courteney Cox: Per a press statement, this docuseries “gives viewers raw access to people from all over America of various race, religion, and class as they self-document their nine-month journey of pregnancy.” It is hosted by Courteney Cox. Stream on Facebook Watch