The Eternals: Kumail Nanjiani in Talks for Cosmic Marvel Movie

Kumail Nanjiani, known for his work on The Big Sick and Silicon Valley, is reportedly in talks to star in Marvel’s The Eternals.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Nanjiani is in negotiations to star alongside Angelina Jolie in this cosmic adaptation that centers around super-powered aliens and their monstrous offshoots. The Eternals is allegedly one of two films that Marvel is getting ready to film this year, the second of which is possibly the long-gestating solo Black Widow film.

While there’s currently no word on who Nanjiani will play, many anticipate that Jolie will star as Sersi, an Eternal who often lives among mortals and partakes in important historical events.

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Bathe in glitter with these cosmic, iridescent bath bombs

Bathe in glitter with these cosmic, iridescent bath bombs


Bathe in glitter with these cosmic, iridescent bath bombs

If you’ve ever wanted to bathe in glitter, this is the DIY project for you. Cosmetic dye and soap glitter make these bath bombs iridescent and eye-catching, while almond oil gives them moisturizing power. As you soak in your otherworldly bath, a combination of Epsom salts and essential oils will take your mood into the cosmos. You’ll step out of the tub relaxed and luminous.

Watch the video to see how easy this DIY is and follow the instructions below.

Iridescent Bath Bombs

Materials:

1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/2 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup Epsom salt
1 Tbsp. almond oil
1/2 tsp. essential oil (for scent)
1-2 Tbsp. water
Spray bottle
Soap dye (blue)
Spherical bath bomb molds
Paint brush
Power soap or cosmetic dye (purple, pink, yellow)
Soap glitter (or bio-degradable eco-glitter)

Instructions:

1. Add the dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and Epsom salt) to a large bowl. Stir until combined.
2. Add the almond oil and essential oil. Stir to combine. You can also
stir with your hands.
3. Add water gradually with a spray bottle until the mixture sticks together.
4. Scoop the mixture into the mold and pack it down. Let dry overnight.
5. Carefully remove the bath bomb from the mold.
6. Using the paint brush, dust the bath bombs with powder soap dye.
7. Finish by brushing with soap glitter.

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