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Hear Me Out: Why Adam Wingard’s Face/Off Sequel Could Totally Work

So long as the Wingard/Barrett machine is allowed to work to its fullest potential, there should be no problem in getting Face/Off’s sequel into the air. And if you need any proof of this fact, you should watch their previous film, The Guest. Without spoiling anything, I’ll just say this: The Guest is what happens when you take the plotline where John Travolta acts all slimy towards his on-screen daughter, and turn it into a twisted (and less pervy) main character. There’s even a scene covering the proper usage of a butterfly knife, which, intentionally or not, vibes heavily with John Woo’s film.

Us Again, The First Walt Disney Animation Short In 5 Years, Will Make You Cry

My dad’s parents, named Art and Dot, they sold their house, bought an RV, traveled the United States, went to all the national parks and all of that, and then my other grandparents, they were more homebodies. My grandpa, especially, was much more sedentary and you really saw this contrast in how they viewed what old age meant. And so as I’m trying to think about myself and getting older, where I want to go and what I want my older age to be, I thought it’d be interesting to tell a story that kind of captured that dichotomy within one relationship because it felt like a good point of contrast and conflict to talk about but to also illustrate the importance of getting out, moving and enjoying life.

Space Jam 2 Is Shaking Things Up With Lola Bunny, And Wonder Woman’s Involved

Other familiar Looney Tunes characters taking part in Space Jam: A New Legacy include Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Sylvester, Tweety and Marvin the Martian, among others. As for the lineup of humans, Star Trek: Discovery’s Sonequa Martin-Green is playing Kamiyah, LeBron James’ wife, and there will be cameos from NBA players Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, Draymond Green and Kyle Kuzma, as well as WNBA players Diana Taurasi, Nneka Ogwumike and Chiney Ogwumike.

When Disneyland Can Finally Reopen For 2021

Although Florida’s Walt Disney World has been open to the public since last summer, the House of Mouse’s first theme park in Orange County, California has remained closed for nearly a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state has kept its health guidelines regarding theme parks strict as California has faced over 3.5 million cases of coronavirus and 53.5 thousand deaths. Well, The Golden State’s health department has just updated its guidelines, and Disneyland could be allowed to open its gates soon.

Connecticut Is the Latest State to Make Hair Discrimination Illegal

Wearing your hair in locs, braids, or its natural texture to work will now be legally protected in the state of Connecticut. Governor Ned Lamont, who confirmed his support of the Crown Act after it was unanimously passed by the state Senate earlier this week, officially signed the bill into law on Thursday night.

Connecticut is the latest state to make hair discrimination in schools and the workplace illegal. States that have already enacted the historic legislation include California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Colorado, Washington, and Virginia. 

Established by the Crown Coalition, a group of brands and nonprofits including Dove, the National Urban League, and Color of Change, the Crown Act ensures that a person who chooses to wear their hair natural or in protective styles, such as braids, locs, and twists, will not be penalized. For centuries, Black women in America have been made to feel as if their natural hair is ugly, “unprofessional,” and a burden. The stigma still remains with children being taken out of classrooms and sent home for simply wearing their hair out, while workers in a wide range of industries can lose their jobs due to a supposed lack of professionalism. 

These aggressions are deeply rooted in a racist system that is built to exclude and oppress. Adapting measures to protect the right to wear one’s hair natural goes beyond vanity—it is legally binding the right to celebrate Black identity and Black bodies that have long been dissected and oppressed throughout this nation’s history. 

Last fall, the Crown Act was passed on a federal level by the U.S. House of Representatives, but its progress has been stalled as currently awaits review by the Senate. If approved, hair discrimination will be made illegal across all 50 states. Until then, you can sign the official petition to request lawmakers in your state support the bill. 

Michella Oré is the beauty assistant at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @michellaor.

Jason Sudeikis’ Rumored Romance May Have Been Outed Thanks To His Golden Globes Hoodie

Prior to the rumors, Jason Sudeikis and Keeley Hazell have shared the screen in Horrible Bosses 2 and his Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso. Despite the photo of Sudeikis outside Hazell’s home, the rumored couple hasn’t commented publicly. But a reported close source to the actor spoke on the rumored couple. According to the source, the reported couple has grown close while the actor shoots Season 2 of Ted Lasso in London. The anonymous source revealed Sudeikis’s feelings, with a quote reading:

The James Bond Franchise Celebrates A Crucial Anniversary For Sean Connery’s 007

Still, no matter who you think the best James Bond actor happens to be, Sean Connery’s initial performance as Ian Fleming’s masterpiece cannot be denied as a benchmark that the series, intentionally or not, would be measured up against. Whether your favorite 007 happens to be a swaggering humorist like Roger Moore, a deadly serious chap like George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton and Daniel Craig, or a mix of both worlds like Pierce Brosnan, they have all tipped their hats at one point or another to the Connery legacy. Let’s all raise our glasses, shaken, stirred, or just chilled, and toast James Bond’s legendary catchphrase; as this is one of those anniversaries 007 fans just have to celebrate.

Just 21 Incredibly Comfortable Wireless Bras

One thing we’ve learned from a year of WFH life: While there’s no real reason to wear a bra, we definitely feel like getting more done once something structured is on. The best wireless bras have the same effect as wearing pants with buttons or properly brushing our teeth in the morning, our productivity levels bump right up. Take it from writers who’ve plumbed the depths of the remote-work lifestyle—once the bra comes off and the elastic waist goes on, there is nothing getting done.

Luckily, a great wireless bra and bralette means you can completely avoid “bra” bras and still feel put together. We’re not the only ones who’ve adopted the no-wire life—and you don’t have to be a B-cup to live it, either. Lyst, which bills itself as a fashion search engine, has reported global searches for “bra tops” and “bralettes” are up by 114% this year—and a ton of brands are designing cute, comfortable, and supportive options for large breasts, so anyone can feel like their best self in a wire-free style. 

Most of us are still opting for maximum chill while Zooming into meetings and Slacking with colleagues—and even when things feel more normal again, we don’t see ourselves immediately returning to prodding underwires or push-up bras. So if you’re still looking to live your best WFH life, we’ve rounded up the 21 best wireless bras and bralettes to buy right now.

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New Mortal Kombat Image Gives Our Best Look At Shang Tsung

There was no description provided about what Shang Tsung is doing in the above picture, although the pose suggests he might generating some kind of energy. Maybe he’s getting ready to do some soul-sucking to maintain that vitality. Regardless, just like in the first Mortal Kombat game, Shang will have a key role in this latest film adaptation, as he’s the one who sends Joe Taslim’s Sub-Zero to attack Lewis Tan’s Cole Young, an original character created for the movie.

Temporary Wallpaper Is the Easiest Way to Update Your Space

There’s nothing quite like recurring stay-at-home orders to spark interest in an interior design trend like temporary wallpaper. From home office makeovers to bedroom refreshes, making your space as comfortable, cozy, and personalized as possible has never felt more necessary—but if you’re a renter or simply a commitment-phobe, your home makeover likely stopped at new throw pillows and a quarantine candle. There might even be a home improvement project (or three) that proved too involved for you to actually finish over the last year. So if you’re looking for a way to add more color and personality to your space without putting forth much time or effort, humble peel-and-stick wallpaper might be the answer. 

This modern design miracle looks and feels exactly like old-school wallpaper, but comes right off when you’re moving out or simply *over* your oversized crane phase. Installation is surprisingly simple—just remove any outlet covers, cut the temporary wallpaper to scale, peel off the protective layer, stick it to your wall, and smooth it over with a squeegee. It’s basically the textbook definition of high-impact, low-effort design.

Below, find the stylish and affordable temporary wallpaper companies that have perfected this low-lift art form, and decal your way to a fresh new space with our favorite prints. 

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