The rapper announced he's launching an Off-White collection, and the very first item will be this genderless dress.
The rapper announced he's launching an Off-White collection, and the very first item will be this genderless dress.
Twitter has a *lot* to say about this.
The singer just returned from a weeklong getaway to Montana with her former fiancé.
Harry's aunt is firmly Team Sussex.
Alllll the carnival vibes. 🎪
"I just learn to laugh about it and think about the fact that my parents are probably reading some of the comments."
It's filled with festive chocolate cookies bits!
Henry is back!
Ketchup shortages across the restaurant industry aren't the only reason your fast-food orders are tasting drier than usual. Chick-fil-A seems to be struggling with a systemwide shortage of their beloved sauces, and the chain has warned both customers and employees that the amount of free sauce per order will now be limited.According to one insider on Reddit, the chain recently circulated a memo to its employees about the shortage, outlining new rules for handing out sauce packets and containers to customers. This will include Chick-fil-A branded sauces like the Polynesian or the Classic, as well as basics like ketchup and mayo. The limit will now allegedly be four sauces per meal.RELATED: We Tried Every Chick-fil-A Sauce&This Is the Best OneThe memo also suggests employees should offer up the chain's signature sauces in bottles to anyone who asks for more than the allotted amount. Chick-fil-A has been bottling its sauces for sale at its restaurants in 8-ounce squeeze bottles and debuted 16-ounce bottles in grocery stores last year.According to local news station WTRF, the chain has also notified customers of the shortage via email with stricter specifics on how much sauce they can expect to receive with their order. According to the email, the limits include 1 sauce per entrée, 2 sauces per meal, and 3 sauces per 30-count nuggets.Chick-fil-A confirmed the shortage to Eat This, Not That! in an email. "Due to industry-wide supply chain disruptions, some Chick-fil-A restaurants are experiencing a shortage of select items, like sauces," a representative said. "We are actively working to make adjustments to solve this issue quickly and apologize to our Guests for any inconvenience."For more, check out Chick-fil-A's Latest Menu Discontinuation Is Frustrating Customers, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
In the past year, around 100 of McDonald's locations inside Walmart stores have shut down, and soon, only about 150 locations of America's favorite burger chain will remain in the retail giant's spaces. This means that plenty of other fast-food restaurants have been swooping in to take McD's empty spots. According to reports, Domino's and Taco Bell may get some floor space inside Walmarts around the country, while other chains like Saladworks, Nathan's Famous hot dogs, and La Madeleine French Bakery will call dibs on some of the retailer's locations as well.And now, another type of fast-casual chain has just confirmed it's joining the Walmart family: Wow Bao!The fast-casual chain is partnering with Ghost Kitchen Brands to bring its bao, bowls, potstickers, and dumplings to Walmart shoppers, according to QSR Magazine. Some locations will offer indoor seating, but all will have carry-out and delivery options for hungry locals that may have never before had the opportunity to eat at Wow Bao.Related: This Is the Best Supermarket in America, New Survey Says"We are thrilled to accelerate our expansion across the U.S. and Canada with this important partnership and the innovators at Ghost Kitchen Brands," said Geoff Alexander, the president&CEO of Wow Bao, according to QSR. "As we grow our footprint and our brand, it is important for Wow Bao to form the right alliances."Wow Bao started in Chicago in 2003 and is now a leader in ghost kitchens and quick dining. It had six locations in 2019 and now has over 300. The "fast Asian street food" features different flavors of Bao or "steamed buns" that are soft, fluffy, and filled with savory or sweet flavors like Teriyaki Chicken, BBQ Berkshire Pork, Spicy Mongolian Beef, Whole Wheat Vegetable, and more. Like Saladworks and other chains entering the retail and grocery chain arena, Wow Bao has thrived off quick service for foot traffic.To get all the latest Walmart and other grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
Whether she's hitting the slopes or hitting the gym, working out is an integral part of Lindsey Vonn's daily routine. However, it's not just training for competitions or appearances that's kept Vonn in such great shape for all these years—the Olympian just shared the lower body workout she does to keep her butt toned, and her exercise routine is no small feat.In a May 10 post to her Instagram stories, Vonn revealed her exact lower body workout, which consists of a series of heavily weighted squats, performed using both free weights and machines."Monday 💪🏻 LFG!" she captioned a video of herself performing the routine at her local Equinox gym.While Vonn may be insanely fit, the athlete—who recently teamed up with The Rock and Under Armour to promote Project Rock, the apparel company's latest line of fitness gear—has admitted in the past that it hasn't always been easy for her to embrace her shape."I had a hard time after I won the Olympics because I was taken outside my ski bubble and put in this entertainment and celebrity bubble and around people that were half my size," Vonn revealed on an April 2021 episode of The Keep Going Podcast."I feel like I've never conformed my personality or my style but for positive body image, I definitely struggled with that," she admitted.Despite feeling pressured to conform to a specific standard when it comes to her shape, Vonn says her ongoing commitment to her fitness goals has helped her make the most of a challenging year."It's easier for athletes because they are still are able to train to some degree and to get some sort of outlet," Vonn told CNN."I found that [fitness] is the one thing in retirement that I really need. I really need to stay fit and active. When I don't, I really get depressed when I'm not able to physically exert myself. Even though I'm not competing, I still need that stimulation."Luckily, between skiing with friends and hitting the gym, it's clear that Vonn's found plenty of opportunities to keep moving.For more on how the Olympian stays fit, check out Lindsey Vonn Shares Exact Diet That Got Her Into This Bikini.
The ancient amphitheater has been without a floor since the 19th century.
A selloff in tech stocks extended to other sectors, including apparel and footwear.
The Butchers: novel set in Irish BSE crisis wins Ondaatje prizeRuth Gilligan’s thriller about eight men who cull cattle in rural Ireland wins £10,000 for books that ‘best evoke the spirit of a place’ ‘A page-turning, rollercoaster of a read’ ... The Butchers author Ruth Gilligan. Photograph: Sophie Robinson
Because every California home should have one!
The hosts told Fox News viewers they got vaccinated. It's more than we can say for the sickos in primetime.
"I really shouldn’t have worn this." 😳
BE Conference 2021: “It’s part of our job as public figures now to ask, how can we make more spaces for us?” DeBose says Actresses Javicia Leslie, Ariana DeBose, Tiffany Boone and Ashley Park came together at TheWrap’s BE Conference on Tuesday for a panel about the future of diversity on screen and behind the scenes in Hollywood. The four up-and-coming stars told TheWrap TV reporter Jennifer Maas that they hope the push for better representation among minorities in the industry isn’t just a phase amid social unrest, including the recent amplification of Black Lives Matter and anti-Asian hate movements. “Obviously the industry moves in waves. I think that we need to be a little bit more controlling of this wave and making sure that it’s not just a wave,” Leslie, who stars on The CW’s “Batwoman,” said during the panel, titled “Next Gen Hollywood: Inspiring Change Through Storytelling.” “We’re blessed enough to sit here and talk, but when I see us, I think about the women that opened up the doors for us to even get here. Those are, like, four waves ago. And then it didn’t become our time again for another few generations.” Leslie referred to stars like Dorothy Dandridge, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, noting the latter artist was recently portrayed by Academy Award nominee Andra Day in “The United States Vs. Billie Holiday.” Leslie pointed to those three as examples of women whose work “created these opportunities for us, [and] we’re now playing them.” “But that wasn’t that long ago. And there are so many waves that have happened just in that short amount of time,” Leslie said. “I think that’s my biggest thing, and that’s the thing that I’m kind of scared about, is that we talk about the past like it was 100 years ago. It wasn’t. My grandmother was at Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech, so it wasn’t that long ago. I just pray, and what I want from us and our generation is that we try our hardest to make sure that this isn’t a short wave… I need this wave to not be a wave.” “Emily in Paris” star Park added that she’s concerned diversity in Hollywood sometimes simply means “checking a box.” “I was talking to Steven Canals, who created ‘Pose,’ about how impactful that show has been for so many people. But something that Steven was saying is that people think that we’ve just checked the box on the trans show now,” Park said. “‘Minari’ did so well, ‘Parasite,’ great. ‘Good job to us, we recognized an Asian movie, we don’t need any more.'” “In years past, where you go to a casting office and I’m sitting in a room full of white girls, both feeling honored that, ‘Oh, great, I’ve crossed a barrier,’ but also being like, ‘Oh, they got to check their box,'” the “Girls5Eva” star added. “And I’d made it easy for them. They brought in that Asian girl. I know walking in that room, there is not a chance they are considering me, but they did that. So I think that’s exactly what [Leslie] is saying. This can’t just be a cute moment. This wave has to be a permanent thing.” So how do we make sure improvement in Hollywood actually happens? Park said what’s going to “move us forward” is “realizing how complicit we’ve been in order to get to where we are, because we’ve had to play into this system.” “We’ve had to infiltrate this system. Tokenism, what that did to us is say there is only room for one… We have to fight each other’s fights,” Park said. “I have to be so f–ing proud of every Black girl who gets a part. And I hope the same for me, because we are told that there is only space for one. I just think that cheering each other on is hopefully going to make this not just a wave.” DeBose, who is playing Anita in Steven Spielberg’s upcoming “West Side Story” remake and starred in Ryan Murphy’s “The Prom,” expanded on Park’s comments about infiltrating white systems, saying she has to “have that important conversation with myself about proximity to whiteness.” “And that, actually, there is nothing wrong with how I, we, many women have had to navigate the spaces in order to be where we are,” the “Hamilton” alum added. “Because now is the time where we get to make change and call out the fact that we shouldn’t have had to do that. That we never should have been put in this position to have to say, ‘Yes, I have what I have, I’ve worked incredibly hard for what I have, but I had to navigate the system to get here because there was not a system that actually made space for me.’ I think a lot about that because I have trouble sometimes with it. It’s part of my self-work, not feeling bad about the opportunities that I have because it’s been my dream to be in the room that I’m in. Also, part of my mission — and I know it’s y’alls mission, too — is to make more spaces for more of us… It’s part of our job as public figures now to ask, how can we make more spaces for us?” DeBose, who is also appearing in Lorne Michaels’ upcoming Apple TV+ musical comedy series “Schmigadoon!,” said she benefitted as a child from not understanding there was a difference between her and white actresses she saw on screen. Now, she worries for children who think they are not the same because of the color of their skin. “I really do believe this: If I had realized that there was a difference between me and someone like Meryl Streep, I wouldn’t have pursued my dreams,” she said. “That’s scary to realize that there are young people who see drastic differences between what’s on the screen and who they are. And they are told that they cannot. I don’t know what planet I was on, but I’m glad I was there.” Boone, who is starring in Hulu’s upcoming “Nine Perfect Strangers” limited series alongside Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy, echoed DeBose’s decision to try to shift her attention to the positive, rather than her fears about the future, in the hope she can carve out an easier path for others. “My fears for this business, the list does not stop. Listening to you, Ariana, be like, ‘I’m not going to focus on the fears of it, I’m going to reposition the thinking’ — I need to take a note on that because I live in the fear a lot,” Boone, who also stars on Amazon Prime Video’s Nazi-hunting drama “Hunters,” said. “I feel a lot of weight from everything that is going on. I feel so much weight.” Boone then detailed a recent conversation she had with a friend who is a Black woman directing her first feature and feels ashamed of “kind of having an easy time.” “I feel like, for so many of us, so many women of color, we feel like we’re not worthy of so many things,” the “Little Fires Everywhere” alum added. “Like when something happens, why me? I mean, I deal with that every single day. I feel the weight of all of that, because for me, to think that there would be a little girl who is like Ariana and thinks she can do everything, that there are girls that look like me and think that they can do X, Y and Z, because of that. Or a fresh actress coming out of college or drama school and being like, all of these doors are wide open because these ladies right here did some of that kicking.” She continued: “So my fear is that for some of us, it’s going to continue to be really, really hard because of that responsibility. There are times when I am so exhausted from that responsibility. Like when I’m on a set and I’m like, ‘Are you all serious? Do I really have to have this conversation with you? Do I really have to sit in my trailer and cry and call my manager and figure out how I’m going to have this conversation with this producer or this director? And I’m going to be the angry Black woman?’ All of that, every time I feel that, I go, ‘Yeah, you’re going to have to do it again, girl, because one day there is going to be a girl who doesn’t have to do that because you and all the other women that are doing it right now are doing it.'” Boone said she knows she and Park, Leslie and DeBose are “doing that work,” along with so many other women of color in the industry. “So that fear I have, I’m just going to have to keep pushing through it. Because at the end of the day, it might be hard for us, but my daughter — I mean, I really hope none of my kids want to be actors, but let’s say they do — my daughter, my nieces, the people who are coming up after us, all the s–t that we have to put up with, hopefully they won’t have to.” Watch TheWrap’s full interview with Leslie, Park, DeBose and Boone via the video above. The BE Conference is back for three days of mentorship, education and career-building workshops by the most influential women in media and entertainment, WrapWomen. Starting Tuesday, May 11, join us for an exclusive digital event tailored to those reaching for the next level of their career. For more information visit: https://www.thewrap.com/be-conference-2021/ Read original story Ariana DeBose, Tiffany Boone, Javicia Leslie and Ashley Park Hope Hollywood’s Diversity Push Isn’t ‘Just a Wave’ (Video) At TheWrap
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“Guardians of the Galaxy” star Dave Bautista also recently joined the cast Edward Norton will join Daniel Craig in Rian Johnson’s upcoming “Knives Out” sequel, according to an individual with knowledge of the project. Details about Norton’s role are being kept under wraps. “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Dave Bautista also recently joined the cast. The casting comes two months after Johnson signed a $400 million-plus deal with Netflix to write and direct two sequels to the Oscar-nominated murder mystery film, with Craig returning as ace detective Benoit Blanc. Johnson will also produce with partner Ram Bergman, with shooting set to begin this summer in Greece. The original “Knives Out,” a murder mystery in the vein of an Agatha Christie whodunit that was released in 2019, was an acquisition as part of a single picture deal with Media Rights Capital (MRC) and was released by Lionsgate. It made over $311 million worldwide on a budget of $40 million. The film rights were owned by Johnson and producing partner Ram Bergman. The deal is one of the largest for a streamer in history, and it provides Netflix a franchise as competition in the streaming space has increased dramatically over the last few months. The original “Knives Out” starred Craig as detective Benoit Blanc investigating the death of the wealthy author Harlan Thrombey (played by the late Christopher Plummer in one of his last roles). It boasted an impressive cast that included Ana de Armas, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson, Michael Shannon, Toni Collette, LaKeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford and Jaedan Martell, all of whom compose Harlan’s family of money and power hungry heirs. Johnson also scored an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay for his work. Norton will next be seen next in Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch,” which opens this summer. Norton is repped by UTA. Netflix had no comment. Deadline first reported the news. Read original story Edward Norton Joins Rian Johnson’s ‘Knives Out’ Sequel At TheWrap
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