This could certainly be the last Indiana Jones movie starring Harrison Ford, so one would expect it might wrap up plotlines from the archaeologist’s previous adventures. Just how remains to be seen. Will Karen Allen reprise her role as Marion Ravenwood? At the end of 2008’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Indy and Marion get married.
Bella Hadid was recently spotted wearing a ’90s-style fuzzy bucket hat, so you know what that means: We’re about to see a lot more ’90s-style fuzzy bucket hats. And honestly? We’re on board.
If you’ve been scrolling through Instagram or seen stars like Dua Lipa on the red carpet, then you know that ’90s nostalgia in fashion is at an all-time high. From low-rise jeans to claw clips, supermodels like Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin have helped make these what’s old feel new again. So it was only a matter of time until Hadid brought back something as essential to the decade as the fuzzy hat.
On January 19, the model was seen in Paris wearing one that she paired with plaid trousers.
And she didn’t stop there. After wrapping her final New York Fashion Week show on February 13, the supermodel was photographed wearing a black oversized trench coat and a black hoodie with a pair of jeans and Dr. Martens (also very ’90s!). She completed the look with, of course, The Hat.
The next day, February 14, she was out in New York in a Valentine’s Day-appropriate pink bucket hat, though it, sadly, does not appear to be of the fuzzy variety.
But if you’re thinking, “Hey, that looks really cool—I want a fuzzy bucket hat now!” then we have good news: Bella’s accessory is from ASOS, and it can be yours for just $22. It’s on sale!
You’ll want to hurry, though. ASOS cites this as a fast-selling item. Call it the Bella Effect?
The surprise of seeing Han’s return, never mind the other physics-defying visuals, led to a lot of buzz for the Fast and Furious 9 trailer. So much buzz that the F9 trailer amassed more than 500 million views across YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Yep, it was a record-breaker. And since tickets were strategically put on sale the same day, those numbers are impressive too.
The Spider-Man actor has been tied to Uncharted since last June, back when it was originally scheduled to be released in December of 2020. Since then, the film has seen some upheaval behind the scenes, which seems to have pushed the film back to a 2021 release date. Though Tom Holland is busy with his Marvel commitments, he still seems to be enthusiastic about taking on the role of Nathan Drake, thanks in part to his enthusiasm about the film’s script (via IGN):
David Bradley also said that he’ll be working with Ron Perlman, Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton, and Ewan McGregor on Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. Those are some massive names! Except word on which roles they will specifically play was not disclosed. Perlman is a frequent collaborator with Guillermo del Toro — who has worked with him in the Hellboy franchise, Pacific Rim, and Trollhunters — so it’s no surprise he might return to voice a role in Pinocchio.
As a follow-up to his acclaimed, award-winning directorial debut, Get Out, Jordan Peele’s sophomore feature, Us, didn’t get quite as much attention and notice as his first movie, which is a shame because it’s possibly just as good (and possibly even better) than the movie he made prior. Centered on a Californian family who finds their vacation disturbed by a creepy, mysterious group of doppelgängers of themselves, known as the tethered, Us is a layered, compelling look at classicism and marginalization, as well as the unspoken divides found throughout a nation that prides itself on prosperity. There is more going on, of course, but a lot of these themes echo throughout Parasite. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Us, watch it on HBO.
We were already excited about the three-day weekend, and then Sephora went and blessed us all with a surprise Presidents’ Day 2020 sale. From now until Monday, February 17, Sephora shoppers can get up to 50% off their favorite products on brands like Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, Clinique, Marc Jacobs, Philosophy, and Too Faced, and the deals do not disappoint. (Then again, would we ever call a Sephora sale “disappointing?” We think not.)
The selection is massive, too: Whether you need a new Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadow palette (and if so, see below) or want to stock up on a high-end hair dryer (again, we’ve got you covered below), there are so many opportunities to level up your beauty game. The mega sale also happens to be during Valentine’s Day weekend. So if you’ve had items sitting in your cart for weeks waiting to be purchased, consider this a good time to show some self-love and treat yourself to a new fragrance or face mask while prices are cheap.
PS: The Sephora President’s Day sale isn’t the only good beauty deal this weekend—we have a guide to 17 more here.
There’s a great deal on the Clarisonic Mia Smart Anti-Aging Cleansing Skincare Device you’ll want to check out. And if you’re set on makeup but need a quick upgrade for your home, we suggest picking up a few of the Voluspa candles and diffusers available.
Sales like these are also a good time to stock up on essentials like new makeup brushes. This set, below, from Sephora is easy to use. (Maybe pair it with that Anastasia Beverly Hills palette we know is already in your cart?) And this KVD Vegan Beauty fragrance is a bestselling item, thanks to its soft blend of sweet jasmine flower with notes of mandarin and caramel.
Of course, some of the best finds at a beauty sale are skin-care products, so consider Perricone MD’s Cold Plasma Plus+ neck and chest moisturizer. Also key: cult favorite makeup items, like the Milk holographic stick highlighter.
You’ll have to move fast, though, because the sale only lasts until Monday, February 17 and we all know how quickly cult items sell out at Sephora. But even if that happens, there are hundreds more beauty products marked down. We’re sure you’ll find plenty to purchase at the Sephora Presidents’ Day sale.
Caroline Flack, the former host of Love Island UK, has died at the age of 40.
“We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today, the 15th February,” her family said in a statement, according to BBC News. “We would ask that the press respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time and we would ask they make no attempt to contact us and/or photograph us.”
Following news of her death, several former Love Island contestants started sharing touching tributes on social media.
“I’m utterly shocked and heartbroken. Caroline you were such a special woman. Your huge smile will stay with me forever… Rest in peace,” Molly-Mae Hague captioned a photo posted to Instagram.
“Caroline Flack you supported me always, you were so kind to me & my family, I will never forget that. I spoke to you, and gave my support during the recent media intrusion. The media & trolls are killing people. Please THINK before you speak,” Zara Holland tweeted.
“Words can’t sum this up,” Chris Hughes wrote. “So sad. Another amazing person taking from this cruel world. When will people and and press release celebrities are humans, with the same feelings everyone else has. Can’t believe to imagine the pain. God bless Caroline and her family. Rest tight.”
“So so shocked at this news, rest in perfect peace Caroline Flack,” Leanne Amaning added.
“This is horrendous,” Dom Lever tweeted.
Laura Whitmore, who recently replaced Flack as the host of Love Island, tweeted a photo with the caption, “I’m trying to find the words but I can’t.”
See more tributes and reactions, below:
In December, Flack was arrested over allegations that she assaulted her boyfriend, tennis player Lewis Burton, during an incident at her London home. She later stepped down from her role as Love Island host and was replaced by Whitmore. Flack pleaded not guilty and was due to appear in court on March 4.
“Been advised not to go on social media,” she wrote on Instagram that month. “But I wanted to say happy Christmas to everyone who has been so incredibly kind to me this year….. this kind of scrutiny and speculation is a lot to take on for one person to take on their own… I’m a human being at the end of the day and I’m not going to be silenced when I have a story to tell and a life to keep going with …. I’m taking some time out to get feeling better and learn some lessons from situations I’ve got myself into to. I have nothing but love to give and best wishes for everyone.”
She returned to social media on Friday, February 14 to post a series of photos with her dog, with she simply captioned, “❤️.”
Our thoughts are with Caroline Flack’s loved ones during this difficult time.
“No Time To Die” is, as to be expected from the recent Grammy winner, a somber and somewhat foreboding song. If Billie Eilish’s haunting vocals are anything to go by, the track doesn’t inspire much hope for a really happy ending for Bond. The lyrics center on a tragic betrayal. And, more specifically, the betrayal coming from someone that you love. The first verse sets up the song’s narrative, making it seem as though a meaningful relationship has ended badly:
Internationally, Cats has made $46 million so far, bringing its box office earnings out to $73.5 million. But for a big-budget movie such as Cats, this is a real bummer. In comparison, Tom Hooper’s last musical 2012’s Les Misérables made $441 million worldwide on a lower budget of $61 million. $148 million of those numbers were from the domestic box office after 14 weeks in theaters. And while 2017’s The Greatest Showman started off with a low $8.8 million domestic opening, it caught on with audiences with $174 million domestic haul after 17 weeks and made a total of $434 million globally.