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Mary-Kate Olsen And Olivier Sarkozy’s Relationship and Divorce: A Complete Timeline

Mary-Kate Olsen has officially filed for divorce from Olivier Sarkozy, a banker who is the half-brother of the former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.

According to sources, the 33-year-old fashion mogul and 50-year-old banker ultimately couldn’t agree on what they wanted their future to look like. Sources have said she wanted to have children, while he was content with his three adult children from a previous marriage. Reports also suggest that he wanted her to be more of a “stay-at-home wife,” and didn’t understand her dedication to her business ventures.

Olsen and Sarkozy have been married for five years, but together for eight after meeting in 2012. The couple has been notoriously private, but here’s everything we do know about their relationship, from when they met to their split.

Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy attend New York Knicks game on November 9, 2012

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April-November 2012: Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy reportedly first met at a party in April 2012, and things moved pretty quickly from there. They were eventually photographed cuddling at a New York Knicks versus Dallas Mavericks game at Madison Square Garden in November, which confirmed the relationship publicly.

February 2014: Sarkozy allegedly popped the question with a vintage Cartier ring valued at $81,250. Mary-Kate accepts and the wedding planning begins.

November 2015: The couple tied the knot in a private Manhattan ceremony, with just 50 people in attendance. “Party decor consisted of bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night,” a source told Pate Six at the time. Not much else is known, as guests were required to hand over their phones upon entering.

Olivier Sarkozy and Mary-Kate Olsen attend an art party and auction at Sotheby’s on October 11, 2017.

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The Alita Army Has A Cool Plan To Call For An Alita Sequel And Also Raise Money For Charity

A similar campaign has sprung up around Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel in recent years, with fans clamoring for a sequel to the movie (which ended on a significant cliffhanger). The movie’s star, Rosa Salazar, and its producer, Jon Landau, have encouraged the fan base to make noise so that Disney hears them. And their latest campaign has a component to raise awareness, while also benefitting an important charity.

One Of The Wrong Missy’s Craziest Scenes Was Heavily Improvised

The movie has been a modest hit for Netflix (trending in certain places and generating buzz for a previously unheard of comedy). In the film, Spade plays a guy who invites his dream girl, Missy, on a corporate retreat. Only, he mistakenly texts the wrong Missy, and ends up in paradise with the crazy Lauren Lapkus. In a recent interview with ComingSoon, The Wrong Missy co-star Nick Swardson (another Sandler barnacle) opened up about a completely improvised scene, and how he helped build it. Commenting on his “drunk” scene, Swardson explained:

Fans Think Taylor Swift Is Behind That ‘Killing Eve’ Cover of ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ — Who Is Jack Leopards & the Dolphin Club

Taylor Swift gave a shoutout to a cover of “Look What You Made Me Do” from the May 24 episode of Killing Eve, and it might not have been that news-worthy if it weren’t for the mysterious band that performed it.

Swift stans went down a Twitter rabbit hole when they learned the song was credited to Jack Leopards & the Dolphin Club, a group with no other music history that seemingly materialized out of thin air. They concluded that Swift, her brother Austin, and Jack Antonoff were behind the track as a way to outsmart the music industry and get past Scooter Braun’s rights to her masters (a.k.a most of her music pre-Lover).

The thing is, the conspiracy theories…actually make sense. Swifties quickly noticed a few things: “Dolphin Club” used to be Austin’s old Twitter handle, and the image used to promote the single looks a lot like a picture of him from childhood. Lots of people think Austin is singing on the track, pointing to a Daily Mail report that alleges Taylor had asked Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge to give her brother a slot on the show’s soundtrack.

But of course, there’s more. when fans did a deep dive into the song credits, they found the name Nils Sjöberg listed as one of the producers and realized this is an alter ego Swift has hidden behind in the past. She used the alias for her writing credit on “This Is What You Came For,” a song she surreptitiously worked on for Calvin Harris and Rihanna. The name also appeared on a tombstone in a scene of the original “Look What You Made Me Do” video. Btw, Antonoff was listed as the other producer on the track.

So, why would she go through such lengths to produce a top-secret cover? Fans think it was to prevent licensing of the original, which her former manager Braun owns as part of a purchase of her catalog—an industry deal she has repeatedly spoken out against. She’s even indicated that she’s planning to re-record her entire discography, which could keep him from making money off of her past work.

If true, fans are all about it. “Taylor made up a whole band called ‘Jack Leopards and The Dolphin Club’ consisting of herself, Austin Swift, and Jack Antonoff to cover ‘LWYMMD’ which is sung by Austin, partly produced by Taylor herself to not let Scooter gain a single cent from it?” one person wrote on Twitter. “TAYLOR SWIFT IS A GENIUS.”

Look what he made her do. Sorry, that was just too easy.

People Think Taylor Swift Is Behind A Mysterious New Cover Of ‘Look What You Made Me Do’

Taylor Swift gave a shoutout to a cover of “Look What You Made Me Do” from the May 24 episode of Killing Eve, and it might not have been that news-worthy if it weren’t for the mysterious band that performed it.

Swift stans went down a Twitter rabbit hole when they learned the song was credited to Jack Leopards & the Dolphin Club, a group with no other music history that seemingly materialized out of thin air. They concluded that Swift, her brother Austin, and Jack Antonoff were behind the track as a way to outsmart the music industry and get past Scooter Braun’s rights to her masters (a.k.a most of her music pre-Lover).

The thing is, the conspiracy theories…actually make sense. Swifties quickly noticed a few things: “Dolphin Club” used to be Austin’s old Twitter handle, and the image used to promote the single looks a lot like a picture of him from childhood. Lots of people think Austin is singing on the track, pointing to a Daily Mail report that alleges Taylor had asked Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge to give her brother a slot on the show’s soundtrack.

But of course, there’s more. when fans did a deep dive into the song credits, they found the name Nils Sjöberg listed as one of the producers and realized this is an alter ego Swift has hidden behind in the past. She used the alias for her writing credit on “This Is What You Came For,” a song she surreptitiously worked on for Calvin Harris and Rihanna. The name also appeared on a tombstone in a scene of the original “Look What You Made Me Do” video. Btw, Antonoff was listed as the other producer on the track.

So, why would she go through such lengths to produce a top-secret cover? Fans think it was to prevent licensing of the original, which her former manager Braun owns as part of a purchase of her catalog—an industry deal she has repeatedly spoken out against. She’s even indicated that she’s planning to re-record her entire discography, which could keep him from making money off of her past work.

If true, fans are all about it. “Taylor made up a whole band called ‘Jack Leopards and The Dolphin Club’ consisting of herself, Austin Swift, and Jack Antonoff to cover ‘LWYMMD’ which is sung by Austin, partly produced by Taylor herself to not let Scooter gain a single cent from it?” one person wrote on Twitter. “TAYLOR SWIFT IS A GENIUS.”

Look what he made her do. Sorry, that was just too easy.

With The Snyder Cut Coming, DC Fans Are Destroying Their Copies Of Justice League

DC film fans have been in a tough spot these past three years. None of them liked the theatrical cut of Justice League (I mean, how could you?). And yet, as completists, they probably still invested in their own copy so that it could rest on the shelf next to her DVD or Blu-ray copies of Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman and more. However, now that they know Zack Snyder finally will be able to complete his vision with a Justice League coming to HBO Max, fans are taking their current copies of Justice League and literally setting them on fire.

Here’s Why Grimes and Elon Musk Just Changed Their Baby’s Name

Singer/producer Grimes and Tesla co-founder Elon Musk confused a lot of the Internet when they unveiled the name of their first son, X Æ A-12 Musk, who was born on May 4. Aside from wondering about the name’s meaning, people were (and still are) pretty unsure how to actually say out loud.

This week, Grimes revealed in an Instagram comment that the couple has made one small change to their son’s name, explaining that “X Æ A-12” is now spelled “X Æ A-Xii.” Sure, that might not change the pronunciation, but Grimes revealed the change came in accordance with California law, which stipulates that baby names can’t include numbers, symbols, or emojis. After Grimes posted a photo of herself on Sunday, May 24, fans asked is the singer had changed the name. Grimes replied by writing “X Æ A-Xii,” later adding: “Roman numerals. Looks better tbh.”

After their son was born, Grimes broke the name’s meaning down on Twitter. “X,” she said, is meant in the context of “x” as an unknown variable, while “Æ” stands for “artificial intelligence.” The second “A” was inspired b “Archangel,” one of her favorite songs, and she noted “A-12” was her favorite aircraft as well. “No weapons, no defenses, just speed. Great in battle, but non-violent,” she said. Well, they definitely get points for one of the most inventive baby names we’ve heard so far.

Musk later went on the Joe Rogan podcast a few days after X Æ A-Xii was born and said that Grimes thought up the first part of the name, while he’d added “A-12.” He also explained how to say it, noting, “It’s just X, the letter X. And then the Æ is, like, pronounced ‘ash.’ And then A-12 is my contribution … Archangel-12, the precursor to the SR-71, coolest plane ever.” If it’s still not totally clear, you can hear him say it in the video below.

I guess that’s that on that.

Early Star Wars 9 Script Had A Much Different Ending For General Hux

Odds are that fans were going to be talking about the final part of the Skywalker Saga for decades regardless of what was actually in it, but the situation we ended up with has left Star Wars fans in a very unique position. It isn’t simply that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker made a series of choices that not everybody loved, it’s that, thanks to a leaked draft of a script, we have another, very different take, on how that story could have gone. And it would have led to a very different path, although the same ultimate end, for one Star Wars bad guy, Domhnall Gleeson‘s General Hux.

Suicide Squad Director Reveals Epic Deleted Scene For Katana

Katana was a mostly silent member of Task Force X in Suicide Squad. While she fought along the team throughout the movie’s runtime, she had a limited amount of dialogue and character development. But it would have been epic to see Cara Delevigne’s Enchantress possess the sword master, and attempt to her strengths against the likes of Captain Boomerang, El Diablo, and Deathstroke. But that scene was cut, and Katana never really got her chance to shine in the movie’s theatrical cut.

The Jurassic Park Moment That Made Sam Neill Feel Really Famous

Fortunately, whenever Jurassic World is ready, fans will be eagerly waiting. The popular franchise has carved out its own path, with some tie-ins to the original films, but the next installment, Dominion, looks like it’s going to bring everything together once and for all (or maybe not?). That’s incredibly exciting for fans of the franchise, and if the world is able to get back to normal, it will hopefully produce at least one more gathering to remind Sam Neill of how many fans he has and how appreciative we all are of the incredible work he’s put in over the years, including in non-Jurassic Park projects like The Piano, Peaky Blinders and my personal favorite, The Tudors.