‘Us’ Explained: The Twist Ending, the Hidden Meanings, the Box Office Milestones and a Possible Sequel – Spoilers!

‘Us’ Explained: The Twist Ending, the Hidden Meanings, the Box Office Milestones and a Possible Sequel - Spoilers!

If you went to see Jordan Peele’s sophomore feature, Us, over the weekend, congratulations: you’re part of the zeitgeist. If you haven’t seen the filmmaker’s follow-up to the pop culture phenomenon Get Out, then go check it out as soon as possible and then come back here when you have. This post contains MAJOR SPOILERS about the hit new movie.

Us debuted to critical acclaim (94% on Rotten Tomatoes) and a domestic gross of $ 71 million. But many of us left the theater a…

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Your HelloGiggles Horoscope, March 24th to March 30th: Mercury Retrograde is ending, and we’ve got hearts in our eyes

Your HelloGiggles Horoscope, March 24th to March 30th: Mercury Retrograde is ending, and we’ve got hearts in our eyes


Your HelloGiggles Horoscope, March 24th to March 30th: Mercury Retrograde is ending, and we’ve got hearts in our eyes

The Sun entering Aries last week shook off some of the doldrums we were experiencing thanks to the moodiness of Pisces season and the annoyance of Mercury retrograde, and brought forth some much-needed action and assuredness. Now, we’ve got two major things happening in the cosmos to look forward to. For starters, Mercury Retrograde is done on the 28th and goes direct in Pisces. Sure, we might feel some aftereffects while it’s still in its shadow. But for the most part, communication will improve, travel will become swifter, and our technology can be trusted once again. Phew! Before then, on the 26th, Venus, the planet of love, leaves the independent and aloof Aquarius and enters the dreamy world of Pisces, which means when it comes to love and relationships, we’ve got stars and rainbows in our eyes.

We’re all about bringing our rom-com fantasies to life, and it will feel oh so good. And since Mercury has also straightened out in the romantic Fish sign, you can bet we’ll be prone to whispering sweet nothings in our lover’s ears without any thought of an unanswered text or a “Who dis?” response.

Here’s what else the stars have in store for you in your weekly horoscope:

ARIES

You can attract more bees with honey than vinegar, Aries. And if you have your eye on a particular bee, you might want to research their love language. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone.

TAURUS

You don’t need an excuse to show off your sensual side, Taurus. Take this time to treat yourself and/or a loved one to a romantic dinner, massage, or even a hug. Showing your love through actions will go a long way.

GEMINI

It’s okay to be vulnerable sometimes, Gemini. In fact, your loved ones are waiting for you to reveal your softer side. Expressing our feelings is scary, but withholding them is even more painful.

CANCER

Take this week as an opportunity to unite with the special people, or person, in your life, Cancer. Volunteer to host a dinner party (your speciality). Support feels really good right now.

LEO

While you typically like to go big or go home, Leo, what if you went smaller with your affection? Smaller, as in more authentic and more tender. You have a big heart underneath your growl. Show it.

VIRGO

You need an outlet for your feelings, Virgo, even if you try to suppress this fact. Give yourself permission this week to do just that, whether it’s journaling them out, venting them to a friend, or speaking your truth.

LIBRA

You’re the social butterfly of the zodiac, Libra. But this week, try to focus your attention on a special someone. Nurturing one relationship at a time will help it develop stronger roots.

SCORPIO

Try to honor your feelings this week, Scorpio. You feel intensely about everything, which is why the right people love you. Don’t make yourself smaller to suit the comfort level of others. Be you for you, always.

SAGITTARIUS

It’s finally time to be spontaneous, Sag, as Mercury Retrograde has weighed you down. Trust and follow your impulses. Say yes to a new adventure, and don’t be afraid to dream your biggest dreams yet.

CAPRICORN

Get ready: you’re about to feel all the feels, Capricorn. Don’t let the flood of emotions overwhelm you; instead, welcome them. This is a healing and cleansing time for you, and it’s exactly what the doctor ordered.

AQUARIUS

It’s okay to get close to people, Aquarius. While you typically have trouble letting your guard down, you love deeply. So move toward the love. You might surprise yourself when you choose company over alone time.

PISCES

Your life is either going to resemble your fave romance or your fave tear-jerker this week, Pisces. You choose. Meaning: your experience with a relationship depends on your response and perspective. Choose wisely.

This week is going to bring clarity and brightness, as well as some feels, bbs. Allow yourself to be vulnerable, and don’t forget that happy endings can, and do, happen outside of the movies.

Brianne Hogan’s Friendship Signs: Your Perfect Match(es) Are in the Starsthis link opens in a new tab, a fun book on astrology and friendship, is now available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Look for its official release in May 2019!

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Captain Marvel’ as an Animated Feature, Alternate ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Ending and More

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The New England Patriots on Friday quickly scrubbed a years-old post about loving a “happy ending” — following news that owner Robert Kraft was facing charges of soliciting prostitutes in Florida. The unfortunate 2010 retweet was of a recap of the Pat’s victory against the Colts, noted Pro Football Network. Kraft has denied the allegations.
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Storied Jewish publication The Forward ending 121-year print run

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Is ‘Flipping Out’ Ending? Jeff Lewis Sparks Cancellation Speculation

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Is Flipping Out coming to an end? Jeff Lewis is fueling speculation that his house flipping series is coming to an end after season 11.

“I guess there’s no going away party @bravotv ?” the 48-year-old wrote on Instagram on Monday, October 15, alongside a photo of himself frowning to his Bravo cast pic. The photo is also surrounded by negative phrases, including “Your 15-minutes are up!” “Better luck with Radio,” “So difficult,” “#MeToo” and “Contract EXPIRED!”

Lewis confirms to Us Weekly that his contract with the network has ended.

“They just haven’t picked it up yet and coincidentally my contract has expired,” he tells Us on Monday. “The show has not been officially cancelled … yet.”

Lewis made headlines last month after he claimed his costar and friend Jenni Pulos had filed an abuse claim against him.

“Jenni and I did have a fight, which then resulted in a rift,” he explained on Jeff Lewis Live on September 7. “She said that she had given up her acting career to work for me and that really hurt my feelings, because I felt like I have done nothing but accommodate her for her auditions and meetings and all of that.”

He added: “And there were also allegations of a hostile work environment, so somebody’s talking to an attorney, which scares me.”

Despite claiming he has been “cleared of all abuse victimization charges,” Lewis shared a since-deleted photo of himself, his partner Gage Edwards and Pulos on Instagram on ahead of the season 11 premiere and crossed out her face using a red X.

Most recently, Lewis addressed the feud during an October appearance on Watch What Happens Live.

“I’ve been watching this show and I already miss her,” he admitted. “I will tell you that. I already miss her. But it’s just … when someone crosses the line, it’s kind of hard to get over.”

Flipping Out airs on Bravo on Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. ET.

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Peter Dinklage praises ‘beautiful’ Game of Thrones ending

OHMYGOSSIP — Peter Dinklage thinks his ‘Game of Thrones’ alter ego has a “beautiful” ending.
The 49-year-old actor has wrapped shooting his scenes as Tyrion Lannister for the final season of the HBO drama and he has praised showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for the “brilliant” final episodes of the fantasy saga, as he’s particularly satisfied with the final storylines he was given as the Hand of the Queen.
He told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “There are no better writers in television than [showrunners] Dan Weiss and David Benioff. They ended it brilliantly. Better than I could have imagined and you people are in for it.
“It ends beautifully for my character whether it be tragic or not.”
Peter recently admitted he had found it hard to say goodbye to the show because he had “developed deep roots” in many of the areas he shot the drama in because it was so far away from the home he shares with wife Erica Schmidt and their two children.
He said last month: “I had my last day on set in July, just over two months ago now and it was very sad.
“This is not only a great TV show to be a part of, but it was an enormous family to be a part of.
“I’m sure you’ve heard that before from actors but in this case I was far from home, I live in New York and we shot the show in Europe, so many times I had to stay there and couldn’t go home on the weekends and I really developed deep roots in the community of Ireland and some of the other countries we shot in.
“It was definitely hard to say goodbye, because it wasn’t just saying goodbye to the show, I was saying goodbye to a life over there.”

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