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Some 50 years since the original ‘marshmallow test’ in which most preschoolers gobbled up one treat immediately rather than wait several minutes to get two, today’s youngsters may be able to delay gratification significantly longer to get that extra reward.
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The Black Films and TV Shows We Can’t Wait To See This Summer

A number of black-oriented movies and television shows debuted at the American Black Film Festival earlier this month, celebrating the brilliance and creativity of black art. But don’t fret if you missed the festival; there are a lot of black films and TV shows to look forward to this summer. Here’s a list of seven must-see productions showcasing the talent of black casts, producers, directors, and writers.

Insecure (Season 3)



On Monday, HBO released the first trailer for the highly anticipated third season of Insecure, revealing that Issa, played by lead actress and show creator Issa Rae, may finally be over her ex Lawrence (Jay Ellis). In the clip, she is seen enjoying single life with her best friend Molly (Yvonne Orji), Tiffany (Amanda Seales), and Kelli (Natasha Rothwell). However, she may rekindle her fling with Daniel (Y’lan Noel), who also makes an appearance in the promo.

Official synopsis: Modern-day black women might be described as strong and confident; in other words, just the opposite of Issa and Molly. As the best friends deal with their own real-life flaws, their insecurities come to the fore as together they cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences. Created by co-star Issa Rae and writer/comic Larry Wilmore (The Daily Show With Jon Stewart), the comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique, authentic way. It features the music of both indie and established artists of color, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.

Network: HBO

Release date: August 12


Superfly



Superfly puts a modern-day spin on the 1972 blaxploitation classic, starring Trevor Jackson as the snazzy antihero. Set in Atlanta, the movie is filled with fancy cars, hip-hop, and strip clubs. The Sony and Silver Pictures’ reboot debuted on June 13 earning an estimated $ 1.2 million.

Official synopsis: Cocaine kingpin Youngblood Priest realizes that it’s time to get out of the game after surviving a violent attack from a crazed rival. Hoping for one last score, Priest and his partner travel to Mexico to arrange a deal. The career criminal now finds himself trying to outmaneuver the cartel, two corrupt police officers and all the double-crossers that threaten his path to freedom.

Release date: June 13


Luke Cage (Season 2)



Cheo Hodari Coker’s adaption of Marvel’s Luke Cage has been a fan favorite since the streeaming series first premiered in 2016. The gritty superhero series features an all-star cast of actors of color, including Mike Colter, Simone Missick, Alfre Woodard, Mustafa Shakir, Gabrielle Dennis, and Rosario Dawson.

Official synopsis: After clearing his name, Luke Cage (played by actor Mike Colter) has become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem, with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin. But being so visible has only increased his need to protect the community and find the limits of who he can and can’t save. With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain.

Network: Netflix

Premiere date: June 22


Love Is __



Love Is_ is a new romantic series that promises to bring all the delicious feels of ‘90s nostalgia. The show is based on the real-life romance of award-winning producer Mara Brock Akil—the mastermind behind GirlfriendsThe Game, and Being Mary Jane— and her husband Salim Akil. Set in 1990s L.A., actors Michele Weaver and William Catlett play Mara and Salim when they first started dating back in 1997.

Official synopsis: Michele Weaver and Will Catlett star in OWN’s new romantic drama Love Is___, from award-winning producers Mara Brock Akil (Girlfriends, Being Mary Jane, The Game) and Salim Akil (Black Lightning). Set primarily in 1990s Los Angeles against the backdrop of Black Hollywood, Love Is___ follows Nuri (Michele Weaver) and Yasir (Will Catlett), a couple from seemingly opposite worlds, as they chase their dreams and learn to follow their hearts. Told from the perspective of the couple’s present-day selves, the romantic drama also revisits the social issues and vibrant black culture of that time reflecting on how it all aligned to shape the couple they have become nearly 20 years later—a power couple navigating a complex set of social codes while also balancing successful careers and a beautiful family. Drawing inspiration from creators Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil’s own relationship journey, the series explores the highs, the lows, and the magic of falling (and staying) in love.

Network: OWN

Premiere date: June 19


Sorry To Bother You



Sorry To Bother You is a surreal Afro-futuristic comedy that pushes an anti-capitalist message. Mic describes Sorry to Bother You as a likely “cultural sensation” that “deftly captures the folly of these times.”

Official synopsis: Sorry To Bother You is an alternate present-day version of Oakland. Telemarketer Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield) discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe. The ensemble cast consists of Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Terry Crews, Steven Yeun, Omari Hardwick, Jermaine Fowler, and Danny Glover. The film is written and directed by Boots Riley and produced by Nina Yang Bongiovi, Forest Whitaker, Charles D. King and George Rush with distribution by Annapurna Pictures.

Release date: July 6


The First Purge



The First Purge is based on a social experiment that lifts all laws in America for 12 hours on Independence Day. The cast includes several actors of color like Y’lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, and Joivan Wade.

Official synopsis: Behind every tradition lies a revolution. Next Independence Day, witness the rise of our country’s 12 hours of annual lawlessness. Welcome to the movement that began as a simple experiment: The First Purge.

To push the crime rate below one percent for the rest of the year, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) test a sociological theory that vents aggression for one night in one isolated community.  But when the violence of oppressors meets the rage of the marginalized, the contagion will explode from the trial-city borders and spread across the nation.

Release date: July 4


BlacKkKlansman



Extraordinary filmmakers Spike Lee and Jordan Peele teamed up to produce one of the most highly anticipated movies of the summer, BlacKkKlansman.

Official synopsis: From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero. It’s the early 1970s, and Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) is the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Determined to make a name for himself, Stallworth bravely sets out on a dangerous mission: infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. The young detective soon recruits a more seasoned colleague, Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver), into the undercover investigation of a lifetime. Together, they team up to take down the extremist hate group as the organization aims to sanitize its violent rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream. Produced by the team behind the Academy-Award® winning film Get Out.

Release date: August 10


Queen Sugar (Season 3)



Season 3 of Queen Sugar debuted with a two-part premiere on May 29 and 30, picking up exactly where season 2 left off. The premiere addressed both the prospective sale of the mill and the resolution of Ralph Angel and Darla’s relationship.

Official SynopsisQueen Sugar tells the story of the estranged Bordelon siblings in Louisiana. At the center of the family are Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, the wife and manager of an NBA player; and formerly incarcerated father Ralph Angel, who is searching for redemption. Following a tragedy in the family, the siblings must put their complicated lives aside so that they can come together to run the clan’s struggling sugar cane farm. Also involved in the farm are Aunt Violet and family friend Remy Newell.

Premiere date: May 29 and 30

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Baseball Player Shaves Mustache Off During the Game Because Grooming Decisions Wait For No One

Houston Astros baseball player Alex Bregman showed off his excellent multitasking skills on Sunday night when he made a game time decision to shave his mustache during a game against the Kansas City Royals.

During the game, it appeared that the third baseman decided to make a major grooming change between the 2nd inning, where he appeared with a mustache and the 4th inning, where he was clean-shaven.

In an interview with the Houston Chronicle, Bregman was fairly laconic when it came to talking about his surprise facial hair switch-up during the game, merely stating that “I just shaved it.”

See Bregman’s before and after photos below.

Sometimes you just need to switch things up. 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♀️

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New iPhone X Plus schematic suggests we’ll have to wait for the triple-cam iPhone

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Apple will reportedly launch three new iPhone X models this year, including an affordable 6.1-inch LCD model and two iPhone X successors with OLED screens measuring 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches — the latter of which is currently being referred to as the iPhone X Plus (though we don’t know the real name).

Now, a brand new leak appears to show us schematics for the 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones, complete with design details and sizes. But no matter what you hear today, the iPhone X Plus schematic doesn’t suggest that the bigger model will have a triple-lens camera on the back like the Huawei P20 Pro.

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The Weekend Reset: Bad news for Bonobos, good news for your taste buds and new music that is worth the wait.

It’s Friday. Looking for something to switch up your weekend, or to give you an excuse to relax a little? That’s what the Weekend Reset is for. Each week contributor Tim Johnstone pulls together five things to get your weekend started. Could be something to read or watch, something to eat or listen to, or even something to do. Enjoy the weekend fellas.

 

READ: Is Bonobos now damaged goods?

If Wal-Mart believed snatching up one of the most beloved men’s fashion brands would be a good thing for both concerns, they were wrong. In fact, it would seem a couple of recent purchases have not played out well for all involved. Thanks to Dappered reader Bill N. for posting this in the threads. You know about threads, right?

 

STREAM: The beautiful game is not just a FIFA thing.

While most soccer fans are gearing up for the World Cup later this year, a different gathering of teams from around the word are gathering right now in London for CONIFA World Football Cup 2018. Conifa stands for The Confederation of Independent Football Associations. Or, basically, regions of the world and nations that don’t fit into FIFA’s framework. Places like: Tibet, Cascadia, Barawa and Cyprus. Soccer truly is a sport played around the world and it is always interesting learning about the different cultures that share a love for the game. The tournament kicks off this weekend in London and you can should be able to stream it here (not sure about US rights though?) and learn more here. Thanks to Joe for passing this my way.

 

EAT: Summer’s secret culinary weapon? It’s a condiment.

I just got back from a memorial Day Weekend excursion to my favorite mountain retreat. While we are off the grid, we always eat well. My host is a fantastic cook and I’m still thinking about the salads and grilled proteins we enjoyed. The common denominator in these dishes was a balsamic glaze that elevated everything it dressed. It makes a big impact on everyday dishes and while you can easily make it yourself, it’s readily available at most good grocery stores. This is a good place to start if you’re looking for a way to use it and make it for yourself.

 

LISTEN: Snow Patrol made us wait 7 years for this. It was worth it.

Gary Lightbody is Snow Patrol’s de facto front man. And he had a very bad stretch of years since the band released 2011’s Fallen Empires. He has been open with his struggles with alcohol and depression and it played no small role in the making of this album. Which, by the way, is nowhere near depressing. It is, however, grand in places, lighthearted in others, and absolutely stuffed with the elements which has brought the band so many fans.

 

WATCH: You should probably be afraid of the dark.

To this day Near Dark remains one of my favorite genre movies. Kathryn Bigelow would go on to directs movies like Point Break, The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty and her most recent, Detroit, but Near Dark was only her 2nd film. And it got noticed. The cast makes the movie, with attention stealing performances from Bill Paxton and Lance Henricksen, perfect 80’s period piece soundtrack from Tangerine Dream and a bona-fide love story to boot. Did I mention it’s one of my favorite vampire flicks? No? It is.

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My life is ticking away while I wait for my kid to poop

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If my son doesn’t poop he can’t sleep. And if he doesn’t seep our entire house is thrown into disarray. I hate chaos, so we generally end up waiting for him.

To poop, that is. We wait for him to poop — if that wasn’t clear.

It’s not that he has to poop that’s a problem. It’s when. Twice a day, right before he naps and goes to bed. And if we don’t wait for the poop before we put him down, he won’t sleep.

He will talk, fuss, even scream. Essentially he’ll do anything except sleep. As soon as we take him from his crib he finds a quiet corner and does his business. We learned this the hard way, after many missed naps. And a few nights when we had to perform the entire nighttime routine twice.

Finally we came to accept that we need to wait out the “event.” As soon as it happens we can usher him in for his nap or to bed. It makes sense. No one can relax, or sleep, when they are on the precipice of bathroom visit. Or in their diapers, as is his case.

Toddler boy sits with mom before he goes to sleep

So we sit. And time passes. Until he finally he stops what he’s doing. Stands perfectly still as his tiny faces turns a dark shade of pink. And I can finally relax, because I know what’s next. He poops. Next, he can can sleep. And I can finally stop waiting.

It’s bizarre. Funny. And now just an unspoken part of our daily routine that I don’t think much about anymore. He has lunch or dinner. Plays a bit while we wait. He goes to the bathroom. Then we can begin our sleep routine.

Though it does feel like he’s holding us hostage at times. I’ll never get back the hours I’ve lost waiting for my son to poop.

I’ll admit it, there are plenty of days when I count down the minutes until he goes to sleep. Teething, tantrums or just exhaustion can make for a rough day. As the clock ticks closer to nap or bedtime I start to feel as rush of energy because I know I’m about to get a break.

It’s usually followed by a twinge of sadness, knowing I’ll miss my son during the time he’s asleep. Topped off by a rush of guilt over the fact that I was looking forward to it. All of this quickly become a moot point as it’s no longer about when he’ll sleep. It’s about when he’ll poop.

The two are inexplicably linked.

Toddler boy sits and plays with toys

In the 18 months since his birth my son has stolen many things. He stole my heart — it’s cliche, but true. A lot of my sleep. And many, many hours have been stolen as I wait for him to finish a meal, (attempt to) put his shoes on, or walk down the street and stop to look at every line in the sidewalk.

He’s also stolen plenty of time spent waiting for that aforementioned diaper incident.

I’ve come to accept it. He’s on a regimented bathroom schedule. The kid is regular, what can I say. People spend years trying to reach this type of bowel movement nirvana that he’s achieved at only 18 months-old.

After all, he’s just a toddler. Barely beyond the baby stage. It’s his world, we just live in it.

At least while we wait for him to poop.

For more mom moments, follow me on Instagram at Witty Otter.

Does your child have anything they must do before they can sleep? And do they poop at a sat time each day?

Images by Becky Vieira

 

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‘RHOA’ Star Sheree Whitfield Will Have To Wait Longer For Prison Love

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In the most recent episode of Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Sheree Whitfield couldn’t stop talking about her prison love Tyrone Gilliams and how he would be released in a few short months so that they can be together.

However, Radar Online reports the New York Federal courts have declined Gilliams’ request to be released early. In 2013, 51-year-old Gilliams’ was sentenced to 120 months in prison for securities and fraud charges in an attempt to steal $ 5 million from investors.

In 2016, he challenged his sentence only to be denied with the next consideration for release in January 2018. The documents filed by Gilliams’ states that he was not the one in charge of the fraud scheme, the government did not give over all evidence in the first place and that his counsel was no good.

He even asked to be released on bail, “during the pendency of federal habeas corpus proceedings.” However, U.S. District Judge Deborah A. Batts denied it on March 20 saying that there wasn’t any new evidence.

Whitfield will have to wait until November 14, 2022, to have Gilliams to herself. he’s being held at a prison in Yazoo City, Missouri which is about 6 hours away from where Whitfield is in Atlanta.

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If you’re following the current fashion revival train, you’ll be well aware of the fact that ’90s trends are still reigning supreme in the celebrity street style game. The latest piece to make a comeback from the aforementioned decade? Thong heels—allow us to explain.

Recently spotted on Kim Kardashian West, thong heels are, as Vogue puts it best, quite possibly the “world’s sexiest sandals,” especially when you consider current footwear trends—e.g., Birkenstocks, dad sneakers, and Crocs. And as the name suggests, the sandals are part flip-flop, part heel, offering up (quite literally) a more elevated take on the classic, often-polarizing, beach shoes.

Not sure how to wear the unique sandals? Style them à la Kardashian West with cool, sporty pieces—bike shorts, sports bra, and an oversize sweatshirt. But to be honest, thong heels lend themselves well to any outfit. So whether you’re feeling a pair of jeans or a springtime dress, slip into throwback sandal with confidence (and freshly painted toes) for a statement-making look. Read on to see Kardashian West wearing the ’90s sandals, and then shop a few styles currently available. 

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John Stamos Hilariously Shares Photo of Himself with a Faux Baby Bump: ‘Can’t Wait for Fatherhood’

John Stamos “can’t wait” to become a father as he shared a funny Instagram photo of himself wearing a fake baby bump.

The Fuller House actor couldn’t help but crack a joke with an old photo of himself on the set of Full House wearing a white T-shirt with the words “Bun in the Oven” written across it.

Stamos, 54, who is expecting his first child with wife Caitlin McHugh, expressed his humor and excitement at his impending fatherhood in a sweet caption, writing, “This is the longest 9 months of my life! #cantwait 4 #fatherhood.”

The couple tied the knot on Feb. 3 in Studio City, California, a source told PEOPLE. The reception was held at Stamos’ home in Beverly Hills.

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McHugh wore a white, strapless ballgown with a tulle skirt, while Stamos wore a black tux. A source told PEOPLE, “Caitlyn looked absolutely stunning in a princess dress.”

“They exchanged vows in front of family and close friends. It was a very touching ceremony. There were tears but mostly smiles. John and Caitlyn looked very happy.”

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Stamos proposed to McHugh after almost two years of dating in October 2017 at Disneyland — one of McHugh’s favorite places. She is an active Disneybounder, a superfan who dresses up in character at the amusement park.

“The happened. Then I said, I better have a ring on her finger because it’s the right thing to do, and I wanted to marry her anyway,” Stamos told PEOPLE exclusively in December. “So I called her parents to ask, and it was like, ‘You better!’”

“She loves Disneyland and , I got on my knee and asked her,” Stamos said. “I pulled the ring out. I don’t know how she did it, but she went to hug me and slipped her finger right in it. When the park closed, we ran around the park in our Disney onesies.”


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The Wait Continues for Mikaela Shiffrin as Strong Winds Delay Women’s Slalom

(PYEONGCHANG) — The start of Mikaela Shiffrin’s bid for multiple medals at the 2018 Olympics was delayed yet again when the women’s slalom was postponed from Wednesday to Friday because of strong winds.

It’s the third time in four days an Alpine skiing race was shelved because gusts made it too dangerous for competition. That complicates matters for someone such as Shiffrin, who could try to enter up to five individual events but now has less time to rest and prepare between them.

Based on the sport’s original 11-event program for South Korea, Shiffrin would have raced on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in Week 1, with full days off to help in the transition from her preferred technical events of slalom and giant slalom to the speed events. As of now, she would have zero days in between, racing three days in a row from Thursday through Saturday.

“Well, it compresses the schedule, so it makes for a more hectic five, six days as we approach into the speed events,” U.S. women’s head coach Paul Kristofic said. “So that’s something we’re considering as we move forward. It’s a consideration, absolutely.”

Shiffrin was supposed to get started with the giant slalom on Monday; that race was rescheduled for Thursday and will now be her first at these Winter Games. Under the current plan, next would come the slalom, a race she won at the 2014 Olympics at age 18, followed by the first women’s speed race, the super-G, on Saturday.

Weather permitting, that is.

“The wind is supposed to settle down the next couple of days and the slope itself is in perfect condition, so we have that going for us,” Kristofic said.

The men’s downhill, which was supposed to open Alpine skiing on Sunday, also was shifted to Thursday, when the forecast calls for a lessening of the swirling and blustery winds that have been creating problems.

Friday also will be a double-competition day, with the women’s slalom at the Yongpyong Alpine Center that hosts technical races, and the men’s super-G at the Jeongseon Alpine Center speed hill about 30 miles (50 kilometers) away.

That super-G was originally scheduled for Thursday but was pushed to Friday once the men’s downhill was moved.

On Wednesday at Yongpyong, snow was falling and wind blowing this way and that. Already facing a bit of a time crunch because of all of the weather issues, organizers kept pushing back the first run of the two-run slalom until eventually deciding to call it off about an hour after the start time.

“The No. 1 thing is safety. And the second thing is: Have a good, fair race. Neither of those were really achievable today,” Kristofic said.

Shiffrin has dominated the slalom for five years, including her Olympic gold as a teenager and the past three world titles.

Whenever she does get to head down the hill through the gates, the 22-year-old American will be attempting to become the first athlete to win the slalom at two Winter Games in a row.

She is expected to be one of the superstars of the next two weeks, considered a medal favorite in slalom and giant slalom, a strong contender in the combined and a possible entrant in the other two women’s individual races, the downhill and super-G.

Among the women who could challenge Shiffrin in the technical races are Switzerland’s Wendy Holdener, who claimed silver in the slalom and gold in the Alpine combined event at last year’s world championships; Sweden’s Frida Hansdotter, owner of three world championship medals in the slalom; and Slovakia’s Petra Vlhova, who has won two World Cup slaloms this season.

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10 AAA Games We Can’t Wait for in 2018

It’s that time of year, when we take the time to crunch through our backlog and start looking ahead of the future. 2017 was a great year for games, and showed us that launching in spring away from the traditional fall release season — looking at you, Horizon Zero Dawn, Nier: Automata, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild… — is a win for everybody. As we celebrate this year’s amazing games slate, we can’t help but look into 2018 and get the hype train rolling for what’s to come. Here are the games we’re most excited to play in 2018.


Far Cry 5

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Set to launch in February, Ubisoft is taking the Far Cry series in a whole new direction with Far Cry 5. Whereas previous entries in the franchise took us to faraway places and exotic countries — including an apocalyptic future overrun with cyborg dinosaurs — this time it’s staying close to home. Set in the fictional Hope County, Montana, players will step into the shoes of the sheriff’s deputy in an attempt to take down a dangerous and militaristic doomsday cult. This premise feels somewhat close to home, given the current political climate. But we can’t wait to get out hands on this first-person shooter. (Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC.)


Cyberpunk 2077

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Okay, we can dream, can’t we? Although we haven’t heard much from The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red on its secretive in-development project in recent years, we’re hoping the illusive Cyberpunk 2077 will come back into the spotlight. And if we’re really hoping, maybe it’ll even get a release date for sometime in 2018. Cyberpunk 2077 will be set in a cyborg-riddled future, and will be an action role-playing game. We still don’t know much about it, but that hasn’t stopped us from getting excited. (Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC.)


Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human – Spring 2018

The latest game from narrative-driven creator David Cage is also a robot-led affair. Detroit: Become Human will allow players to choose their own adventure and craft their own stories. They’ll be playing as AI robots serving humans, and players will find themselves in all kinds of difficult situations. A recent trailer for the game even dealt with family trauma and child abuse. Given Cage’s previous games — Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls — were emotional heavy-hitters, we’re betting Detroit will be a real gut-punch. (Coming to PlayStation 4.)


Dreams

Dreams – TBA

Media Molecule, the studio behind the original LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway, revealed their mysterious masterpiece Dreams a few years ago, and have been quiet ever since. Now, they’re laying on the info and prepping for its release. Dreams will allow players to create the things they, well, dream, and then play with them. It’s difficult to describe Dreams, but it looks like Media Molecule has made something unlike anything we’ve seen before. And for that, we’re pumped. (Coming to PlayStation 4.)


Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake – TBA

Once again, we can dream. We’ve heard so little from Square Enix about the Final Fantasy VII Remake that we can only assume they’re nearly completion. Wouldn’t want to spoil all the surprises with a bunch of trailers, right? This version of Final Fantasy VII will be focused on the game’s story, and is being made under the supervision of Final Fantasy character artist and Kingdom Hearts creator Tetsuya Nomura. (Coming to PlayStation 4.)


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God of War – Q1/Q2 2018

The simply titled God of War is not a reboot of the franchise with the same name. Rather it’s an all-new adventure with our pal Kratos in an entirely new territory: fatherhood. Players will guide Kratos and his son on a journey through a snowy northern wilderness. They’ll fight monsters together and — hopefully — discover some cool secrets along the way. Also with an incredible score from legendary composer Bear McCreary, why would you want to pass on this? (Coming to PlayStation 4.)


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Kingdom Hearts III – TBA 2018

More than 15 years after the release of the original Kingdom Hearts, we are finally getting the conclusion to Sora and Riku’s tale. Kingdom Hearts III will launch this year and include a number of new worlds to visit from popular Disney properties. This include the likes of Tangled, Big Hero 6, and even Toy Story. If we’re being honest, though? We’d love to see Marvel and Star Wars in the mix there, now that Disney has revolutionized the cinematic universes of these two properties. Just think about it: Mickey Mouse wielding a lightsaber Keyblade. You know you want it. (Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One.)


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Beloved studio Rare is back in the spotlight with Sea of Thieves, a seafaring adventure game where you and your friends create pirate crews and shuttle off over a vast ocean. You can discover islands and buried treasure, engage in naval combat with other players, and even fight haunted skeletons and sing sea shanties. It’s cartoony art style and open-world multiplayer premise captured everyone’s attention when it was announced, and now it’s one of the main reasons to go out and grab an Xbox One. (Coming to Xbox One.)


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Spider-Man – Q1/Q2 2018

It’s been awhile since we last got a Spider-man game. This PlayStation 4 exclusive by Jak and Daxter and Sunset Overdrive developer Insomniac Games already looks promising. Spider-man will tell an all-new story in the Spider-man universe, and will have players participate in aspects of Peter Parker’s life both as a college student and as the web-slinging superhero. (Coming to Playstation 4.)


Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 – Q2 2018

One of the crown jewels of developer Rockstar Games, we’ve been waiting for this sequel to western adventure Red Dead Redemption for seven years. Players will step into the shoes of Arthur Morgan, an outlaw and a member of the Van der Linde gang. While we still don’t know much about the actual plot and gameplay elements for Red Dead Redemption 2, this is a Rockstar affair. So of course, we’re jumping out of our seats. (Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One.)

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19 books we can’t wait to read in 2018


19 books we can’t wait to read in 2018

2017 was a big year for books. During a time when the news cycle was often too much to handle, we turned to books to help us cope and make sense of the world. Authors told some incredible stories in 2017. There were imaginative fiction novels, moving memoirs, and deep-feeling poetry collections galore.

We hope you’re all caught up on the best books of 2017, because it’s time to look ahead to everything 2018 has to offer our bookshelves. Even though it’s barely the New Year, there are already hundreds of books in our TBR pile. It’s nearly impossible to narrow down everything we want to read to just a few titles; this list hardly scratches the surface of what’s to come for literature in the New Year. But we had to start somewhere.

On this list, you’ll find some recognizable names delivering much-anticipated follow-ups. You’ll also learn some new names, and quickly add them to your list of favorite authors. And if you fall in love with some of these premises, great news: Many of them have already been optioned for film and TV.

Here are 19 of the books we can’t wait to read in 2018. Mark them as “Want to Read” on Goodreads now, because they’re going to be huge.

1. The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin, out January 9th

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If you knew the date you were going to die, how would it change how you live your life? The Immortalists is a book told in four parts. It follows the Gold children — Simon, Klara, Daniel, and Varya — in adulthood as they live with their death dates, told to them at a young age, in the back of their minds. The Immortalists is a haunting meditation on mortality. You’re going to be hearing a LOT about this one. And even though it isn’t out quite yet, the television rights were already acquired.

2. The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, out January 9th

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St. Martin’s Press

2017 was the year of the book club thriller, and the genre’s popularity is showing no signs of slowing down. The first one you’re going to want to read is The Wife Between Us. A few months ago, the film rights were sold to the same team that gave us Girl on the Train. (Ever heard of it?) You’re gonna love it.

3. Red Clocks by Leni Zumas, out January 16th

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Imagine a world where abortion is illegal, in-vitro fertilization is banned, and every embryo has the right to life, liberty, and property. Red Clocks is a dystopian novel, but some days, it’s a near future that doesn’t seem too far off. The book will seriously make you think about motherhood, freedom, and survival. Oh, and it comes out just in time for the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

4. Call Me Zebra by Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, out February 6th

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Call Me Zebra is one of the most original stories we’ve read in a long time. 22-year-old Zebra has lost both of her parents. And in an attempt to reconnect with her family history, she travels the world revisiting some of the places they’ve lived. Her own stories are magnified by the stories of her only companions: books. A delight for the true bibliophile.

5. How to Stop Time by Matt Haig, out February 6th

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Tom Hazard appears to be a regular 41-year-old man. But in reality, thanks to a very rare condition, he’s been alive for hundreds of years. How to Stop Time is a time traveling love story. It’s a coming-of-age tale that continues for centuries. It’s The Time Traveler’s Wife meets The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, yet it manages to be even more unique. Benedict Cumberbatch scooped up the film rights to How to Stop Time in early 2017, and will executive produce and star in the film version of Haig’s novel.

6. Tomorrow Will Be Different by Sarah McBride, out March 6th

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In 2016, Sarah McBride spoke at the Democratic National Convention, making her the first openly transgender person to address a major party convention. She’s a prominent activist for LGBTQ rights doing important work around the world. But before all of that, she was a teenager struggling to figure out who she was. And in 2018, McBride is publishing Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality, a powerful memoir about her life. Did we mention that Joe Biden, America’s favorite uncle, wrote the foreword?

7. The Woman’s Hour by Elaine Weiss, out March 6th

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We think we know how women won the right to vote. But in reality, there’s a LOT that we don’t learn in school about the road to ratifying the 19th amendment. The Woman’s Hour: The Last Furious Fight to Win the Vote is an extremely well researched read that will teach even the most knowledgeable feminists a thing or two about the suffragettes.

8. Am I There Yet? by Mari Andrew, out March 27th

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You probably immediately recognized Mari Andrew’s illustration style when you saw her book cover. After all, she’s one of your favorite Instagram follows. But did you know that in addition to being a gifted artist, Mari is also a talented writer? (She once published her thoughts about her dating history explained through Gilmore Girls on HelloGiggles.) Her debut collection of essays, Am I There Yet?: The Loop-de-loop, Zig-zagging Journey to Adulthood, contains stories and illustrations about all the lessons she learned in her 20s. Mari has an enviable way of identifying the thoughts you didn’t even know you were having, and perfectly putting them into words. She brings us joy every day on Instagram, and we can’t wait to have her words on our bookshelf.

9. Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman, out April 3rd

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We absolutely adored Abbi Waxman’s The Garden of Small Beginnings. And if it’s possible, we’re even more in love with her much-anticipated follow-up, Other People’s Houses. It’s about four families, carpool mom drama, and all the interesting and unexpected things that go on inside, well, other people’s houses. April’s book club pick is set in stone.

10. You All Grow Up and Leave Me by Piper Weiss, out April 10th

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You All Grow Up and Leave Me: A Memoir of Teenage Obsession sounds like something straight out of a Stephen King novel. But it is, in fact, a memoir. When Piper Weiss was a teenager, she was one of “Gary’s Girls” — her tennis coach, Gary Wilensky, was her mentor and took a special interest in her. But when she was 14, he killed himself after a failed attempt to kidnap one of her peers. It came to light that Wilensky was a child predator and stalker with a torture chamber up in the Adirondack Mountains. 20 years later, in You All Grow Up and Leave Me, Weiss examines the event from both her teenage perspective and as a reporter. Like we said, it’s so wildly chilling, you might forget that it’s a true story.

11. On The Come Up by Angie Thomas, out May 1st

The Hate U Give was hands down one of the best books of 2017. And now, Angie Thomas is blessing us with another story from Garden Heights. Details about On the Come Up have been kept closely under wraps — Thomas hasn’t even released a cover yet — but it. Is. Coming. And we. Can’t. Wait.

12. Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture, edited by Roxane Gay, out May 1st

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Harper Perennial

Stories of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood and beyond flooded the news in the last few months of 2017. But this doesn’t mean that sexual harassment and assault are anything new. Roxane Gay, feminist saint, is editing a compilation of essays about violence and harassment. We can’t wait to read what contributors, including Gabrielle Union and Ally Sheedy, have to say.

13. The Pisces by Melissa Broder, out May 1st

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Hogarth Press

The Pisces is about love, lust, anxiety, angst, and mythical sea creatures. It follows Lucy, a woman who moves from Phoenix to L.A. to mourn a breakup. But instead of finding peace, she just feels lost — until she meets Theo. Come for the gorgeous cover, stay for the merman erotica we never knew we needed.

14. The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll, out May 1st

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Simon & Schuster

If you’re anything like us, there’s still a Luckiest Girl Alive-shaped hole in your heart just begging to be filled. Which is why we’re so happy that Jessica Knoll’s The Favorite Sister comes out in May. It’s about five successful women on a reality TV show called Goal Diggers. Spoiler: The season ends in murder.

15. Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata, out June 12th

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Grove Press

Keiko Furukura’s parents are thrilled when she takes a job at a convenience store. She was always a bit strange as a child, and the socialization of a workplace is good for her. Fast forward to 18 years later, where — yup —Keiko still works at the convenience store at age 36. She’s never had a boyfriend before, but when a new man is hired, all of that might change. This sweet, charming book offers an insightful, cultural story about comfort zones and the pressure to conform.

16. When Katie Met Cassidy by Camille Perri, out June 19th

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G.P. Putnam’s Sons

We’re still obsessing over Camille Perri’s debut novel, The Assistants. And we’re cheering that Perri is coming back with When Katie Met Cassidy. It tells the story of Katie, a 28-year-old whose life is turned upside down when her fiancé breaks off their engagement. Katie befriends Cassidy, a woman who changes everything she thought she knew about love and sex. Yes, When Katie Met Cassidy is a rom-com. But it’s also an important commentary on the taboos of women owning their sexuality.

17. Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage, out July 17th

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St. Martin’s Press

Every time we read the premise of Baby Teeth, all the hair on the back of our neck stands up. Simply put, it’s about a sweet little girl who wants to kill her mother. While Hanna has the appearance of an angel, she’s anything but. All she wants is to get her mom, Suzette, out of the picture so she can live with her dad. And it. Is. Bonkers. Do you have goosebumps yet?

18. The Third Hotel by Laura van den Berg, expected August 7th

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Clare, a recently widowed woman, decides to attend a film festival in Havana that her late husband bought tickets to. But once she arrives, she sees him standing there, plain as day. When he’s supposed to be dead. Clare follows him around Havana, reflecting on their marriage and searching for answers. The more you read, the less you’ll know what’s real and what’s not. Will somebody make The Third Hotel into a movie already?!

19. All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung, expected October 18th

Nicole Chung’s memoir, All You Can Ever Know, follows her search for her Korean birth parents. She was born premature and adopted by a white family in Oregon. As she grew up, Chung began to wonder if the too-perfect adoption story she’d heard as a child was actually the truth. She’s spilling the family secrets in print sometime this October.

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Even if the Toronto International Film Festival was simply the unofficial beginning of the prestige-movie–dropping, Oscar-obsessing, A-listing awards season – the tail end of a three-fest starting gate along with Venice and Telluride – it would still be considered an autumn hot spot for movie lovers. Where else can you catch so many potential "and the winner is …" nominees, the films that

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Think your 3rd grader needs a smartphone? These parents hope you’ll wait

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My 6-year-old son is fascinated with technology. That little bugger is always snatching my phone to watch music videos on YouTube, look at my photos, catch Pokémon, send dozens of poop emojis to everyone on my contact list, etc. And he wants nothing more than a smartphone of his very own.

Well, sorry to break it to you, kid. That’s not happening anytime soon. Not until high school.

Thankfully, I’m not the only mean mom. A group of fed-up moms has banded together to create the “Wait Until 8th” pledge, which urges parents to delay giving children smartphones until at least eighth grade. More than 1,300 families from 42 states and over 400 schools have signed the pledge already, in just the first few months.

“Several months ago a group of parents from my daughter’s elementary school in Austin started to discuss the mounting pressure in our community to give children their own smartphones at an early age,” Brooke Shannon, Wait Until 8th founder, told BabyCenter.

“We started seeing children as young as first and second grade coming to school, play dates, and birthday parties with the latest iPhone. We questioned why young children needed this technology. As we started to ask around, many parents said they eventually caved on the smartphone because ‘everyone had them’ and they did not want their child to feel left out.”

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The pledge’s website offers a number of convincing reasons parents should get on board. For starters, smartphones are addictive and an academic distraction. Plus they impair sleep, increase the risk of depression, anxiety, and cyber-bullying and they interfere with relationships.

I’m 100-percent behind delaying smartphones until at least eighth grade. Although, as the pledge suggests, I would consider letting my kids have basic phones before then — especially if they are in a bunch of extracurricular activities. Or maybe one of those cool watches that can only text/call pre-selected numbers. My kids get plenty of screen time as it is, thanks to tablets and TV; they don’t need to be connected 24/7 as middle schoolers. (I have a difficult enough time unplugging as an adult!) As Wait Until Eighth points out, “childhood is too short to waste on a smartphone.”

Click here to take the pledge today.

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What do you think of this pledge? In your opinion, what’s the earliest age kids should be allowed to have their own smartphone?

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Wait, Rob Lowe Is The New KFC Colonel?

Hold up. Wait, what? Rob Lowe is the new KFC colonel?

Guess so. The fast food company announced Friday that it has selected the actor to become the latest in a long list of colonels ― a group that has included comedians like Darrell Hammond and Norm Macdonald in the past.

In his first commercial for the company, Lowe dons an astronaut suit and proclaims his intent to blast a new chicken filet sandwich called the Zinger into space for some reason. 

“The time has come to explore beyond our known horizons to push KFC’s spicy, crispy chicken sandwich to new heights,” he says.

“Sure, there’ll be questions,” he continues. “Like why.”

We don’t really have many questions, but Lowe did put out a statement on Friday that was rather serious considering the circumstances.  

“My grandfather was the head of the Ohio chapter of the National Restaurant Association in the 1960s and took me to meet Colonel Harland Sanders when I was a kid,” Lowe said. “It was a big deal.”

He added, “I thought this would be a nice homage to both Colonel Sanders and to my grandfather.”

Anyway, it’s a commercial for a chicken sandwich featuring a celebrity. You get it.

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Can’t Wait to Get Your Hands on the Louis Vuitton x Supreme Collaboration? Try This Under-$100 Outfit in the Meantime

If you haven’t been able to focus on anything since you saw the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collaboration hit the runway earlier today, we can imagine you’re very anxious to get your hands on a piece (or 10!) and we’re here to help.

The storied Parisian fashion house teamed up with the legendary N.Y.C. skateboarding brand for its fall 2017 menswear collection of pieces all donning the “LV x Supreme mashup” monogram pattern. And what you saw on the runway isn’t even everything in the collection. There are full outfits (pants, shirts, jackets), staple accessories (sneakers, wallets) plus some very specific finds (fanny packs, cardholders).

Louis Vuitton’s menswear artistic director Kim Jones, told Vogue the plan is to “drop the bags in different colors in different places at different times.” While it’s not clear when pieces will become available, what we do know is that you can start evoking the style of the collab right now, with these very inexpensive buys. (Hey, you’ll want to save up all the money you can for the second it hits stores!)

First, start sporting jean jackets with a faded light blue two-tone effect until you can snag one with the coveted light blue “LV x Supreme” logo pattern.

Buy It! Forever 21 bleach dye denim jacket, $ 34.90; forever21.com

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Next, embrace the handy accessory of the ’90s because the fanny pack is back! But instead of wearing it on your waist, it’s meant to be worn as an ultra-mini crossbody these days.

Buy It! Thaoya multifunction outdoor travel sports waist pack, $ 10.90; amazon.com

Getting a chunky knit sweater that matches the vibe of the ribbed sweaters Louis Vuitton included in the collection will be a good stand-in until the monogram version hits stores.

Buy It! Asos selected homme knit scarf, $ 46; asos.com

What are your thoughts on the collaboration? Share them in the comments below.


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You’re Not Going To Want To Wait Until Black Friday To Snatch Up These Deals

We know, we know — there are tons of great deals happening on Black Friday and Cyber Monday — but we don’t think we can wait that long to buy all the amazing items we saw on our favorite stars this week.

Nicole Richie made a red carpet appearance in a $ 39 H&M dress, which she made look like couture while Bella Thorne rocked a cropped Mango sweater that was both cute and on-trend. And Mindy Kaling proved that cozy sweaters don’t have to cost an arm and a leg.

Check out the cheap celeb finds of the week and let us know which ones you’re coveting.


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On Halloween, we could all do with at least one dancing pumpkin man jumping out of a pile of leaves to scare us, then make us laugh.

You really should watch this whole video, but if you don’t make it to 1:55 you are doing yourself a serious disservice. Seriously though.

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