Now, Shakedown is making headlines for a different reason, but if people tune in and watch it could help to expand the brand and the types of content people consider using Pornhub to find. We’ll keep you posted if and when Pornhub delves some more into other types of these documentary adventures, but for now Shakedown will be available for your perusal all month.
Create Your Own Star Wars Story
With Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Disney tried to create a land where the theming was so strong, you actually felt like you were part of the Star Wars galaxy, and the Galactic Starcruiser is promising an even more immersive experience. The Galactic Starcruiser will allow guests to live their own “Star Wars Story.” It seems that each person will be able to, if they choose, take on the role of a citizen of the galaxy far, far, away, interacting with other guests and Walt Disney World cast members in what sounds like essentially, a three-day long role playing game. How this will work, especially considering not everybody on board will likely want to play, remains to be seen.
Both Sonic the Hedgehog and Justice League had rocky roads to the theaters, so this speedster crossover has yet another connection. For the DC blockbuster, things started to change after director Zack Snyder departed the project following a family tragedy. The Avengers‘ Joss Whedon was brought in to complete the project, resulting in a frankenstein film of two different visions. And thus, the #SnyderCut movement was born.
This is sweet of her. Back in 2012, Katy Perry released a documentary herself with Katy Perry: Part of Me. It gave people an inside look at her as an artist and her high-profile divorce to Russell Brand long before she found love with fiancé Orlando Bloom. Although Perry admits she and Taylor Swift aren’t exactly best friends, they do remain in contact and she was really proud of her in Miss Americana.
It can’t be overlooked that The Invisible Man is a good, well-reviewed film and the aforementioned titles, in addition to The Mummy, are well… not. If Universal continues to deliver the quality moving forward, it will further validate the studio’s wise decision to abandon The Dark Universe idea. And unlike The Dark Universe, which would have likely seen homogeneity in terms of budgets and tones, not every new Universal monster movie will necessarily be a small-budget film like The Invisible Man.
I’m referring, of course, to the continual line of Sith that eventually led to the rise of Sheev Palpatine. Palpatine is estimated to be in his 40s at the start of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, so I wouldn’t expect to see him around. I am willing to bet, however, that Darth Plagueis could come into the story as one of the most fearsome dark dide users out there. The High Republic introducing Plagueis could be huge for the film universe, and an important character worth showing on the big screen.
A day after announcing their third album, Women In Music Pt. III, Haim have shared another must-hear taste of what’s to come. On Tuesday (March 3), the L.A. trio released “The Steps,” a fast-paced, guitar-led rocker that continues to show us their range.
The new single comes alongside a sloppy but lived-in video directed by Danielle and the band’s frequent collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson. In it, the sisters make a mess of getting ready in the morning — they spit out toothpaste, smear lipstick on the mirror, and throw clothes at the camera before jumping into the pool. As they get done and then undone, they sing-scream their frustrations over a thrashing guitar riff: “Every time I think that I’ve been takin’ the steps / You end up mad at me for makin’ a mess / I can’t understand, why you don’t understand me.”
Later, Danielle pounds on the drums in a lipstick-stained tank top. Much to our delight, she even posted a behind-the-scenes tutorial from “Danielle’s drum dungeon” on Twitter.
Speaking about their favorite bit of the new song in a Tuesday afternoon interview with Radio 1’s Annie Mac, the band said, “I think the main lyric which we end up screaming —which actually feels really good when you do it — is, ‘you don’t underSTAND me.’ The way we sing it, I feel like everyone can scream along to it. … Just scream it as loud as you can. It feels good! It’s therapeutic. Just scream ‘you don’t understand me’ and I swear your day will be better.”
Like the rest of Women In Music Pt. III (which they’ve brilliantly shortened to WIMP3), “The Steps” is produced by Danielle Haim, Ariel Rechtshaid, and Rostam. The album arrives on April 24 and includes the trilogy of singles the band released last year: “Summer Girl,” “Now I’m In It,” and “Hallelujah.” They’ve also collected the four songs into an EP for easy springtime listening.
It turn out, he probably didn’t. But Palpatine is a master strategist, who is always many steps ahead of his enemies. He likely used the clone technology acquired from the prequels, and planned ahead in the case of his assassination. This allowed The Emperor to continue being a puppet master, even creating Supreme Leader Snoke to help manipulate Kylo Ren.
The philanthropic actor gives to charity; he, in fact, donates time and money to many different types of causes on the local and national level. Some of this stuff is related to his connection with Marvel, Disney and the MCU, but he’s also not been a person who is shy about sharing his opinions and values with the world in myriad ways.
Still, with plenty of other notable, non-action work filling up his resume, from Working Girl and Regarding Henry to 42 and The Secret Life of Pets 2, Harrison Ford can’t be accused of only leaving a meaningful impact on only one genre. If he finds a project that has an appealing story and interesting characters, he’s willing to take it on, whether or not it involves running around, punches being thrown or bullets flying.