Two things related to Twitter’s favourite movie, Knives Out: Last night #chrisevansisoverparty was trending and there always seems to be one of these hashtags trending – turns out it’s was not related to the Chris Evans many of us know as a Captain America, but a different person altogether. Next, #KnivesOut2 was trending because of the anticipation around the sequel. I love the same cast/different characters idea.
I'm firmly in the camp that Knives Out 2 should bring back exact same cast and everyone except Daniel Craig plays different characters in a new murder mystery. pic.twitter.com/jv8J1oKcHd— âŒŠ Êœá´‡É´Ê€Ê Êœá´ÊŸÊŸá´€á´¡á´€Ê âŒ‰ (@LateGreatHenry) July 21, 2020
but first, we need the blooper reel for KNIVES OUT 1, @lionsgate!— Ana de Armas Updates (@ArmasUpdates) July 21, 2020
Busy Philipps is launching a new podcast, which seems like a natural fit. We know Busy is a talker and a feeler and an examiner and this is the medium for that.
Kacey Musgraves hadn’t posted on Instagram in about two months and came back, post-divorce announcement, with three new photos. I think this is an excellent strategy as she will publicly move on quickly. Way back in another lifetime (January) she deleted all photos of her husband and him of her, which is kind of perfect because it saves her the hassle of having to navigate the “to delete or not to delete” problem now. She can just continue on.
I’ve been following the search for Orlando Bloom’s dog Mighty and unfortunately that search has ended. It is too sad.
This is some hot sh-t right here – Jessica Chastain, Eva Longoria, Uzo Aduba, Jennifer Garner, America Ferrera, Serena Williams and Natalie Portman are part of the ownership group of We Are Angel City soccer team. It seems very fitting that a team in LA is owned by a group of famous women and this will bring so much buzz, something women’s sports leagues need as they are often less covered by traditional media. Take it to social media to get the fans hyped! It’s similar to what David Beckham is doing in Miami.
I love a parody magazine cover, which is why I love Town & Country covers (they read like parodies). This set of food magazine covers, mocked up by New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner, has so much detail I can’t pick a favourite, but “49 Indecipherably Variations on a Roast Chicken Recipe” is one I keep going back to. (Click the thumbnails to expand.) Oh and if you do need a roast chicken recipe, Helen Rosners’s recipe went viral. The blow dryer technique really works.
I made these parody food magazine covers for Eater five entire years ago and theyâ€™re still fresh as a newborn daisy pic.twitter.com/0WrOm6TQWP— Helen Rosner (@hels) July 21, 2020
Before there was Ana de Armas, Ben Affleck was taking pap walks with his other half – a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee. Hunter Harris at Vulture digs deep into the machinations of the Dunkin’ run: does he have a standing order? What is his drink of choice? Is this a spon-con deal? What about his dalliances with Starbucks? She even got Dunkin’ to comment on the record about his order. This is the investigation we need.