Busch Light Teams With David’s Bridal on $750 Wedding Dress
There's also a matching Busch bowtie. https://t.co/lnIZH7yVo0
— Food & Wine (@foodandwine) October 27, 2021
Tom Hanks Crashed Wedding
A California couple were pleasantly surprised when Tom Hanks showed up at their beachside wedding. According to FOX LA, Diciembre and Tashia Farries were getting married on the beach in Santa Monica, over the weekend when Hanks walked up to say hello. The newlyweds told FOX that the beloved actor came up to them and shared that he had been watching their wedding from afar, and thought they were a beautiful couple. Hanks then asked Diciembre and Tashia if he could snap a photo with them and their 1-year-old son to commemorate the occasion.
Tom Hanks walked up to the couple who had just gotten married on the beach in Santa Monica. He told them he’d been watching the wedding and thought they were beautiful and asked if HE could take a photo with them. https://t.co/gd6t2ID94S
— FOX 11 Los Angeles (@FOXLA) October 26, 2021
A Bear Chase Is Currently Underway In Los Angeles
A Bear Chase Is Currently Underway In Los Angeles And The Adorable Bear Won't Stop Causing Chaos https://t.co/1Kc7PNbwgf
— BroBible (@BroBible) October 27, 2021
Bodycam Video Shows Escaped Cow
Fluffernutter, Air Fryer, Ghost Kitchen, and More Food Words Added to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary
Today, the publisher announced that 455 new words and phrases had made the cut for 2021,
Specifically, a spokesperson for Merriam-Webster highlighted the following ten words and phrases as the most obvious foodie terms that have either been added as new words or teased out from existing definitions:
- fluffernutter: a sandwich made with peanut butter and marshmallow crème between two slices of white sandwich bread
- horchata: a cold sweetened beverage made from ground rice or almonds and usually flavorings such as cinnamon or vanilla
- chicharron: a small piece of pork belly or pig skin that is fried and eaten usually as a snack
- Goetta: meat (such as pork) mixed with oats, onions, and spices and fried in the form of a patty
- air fryer: an airtight, usually small electrical appliance for quick cooking of foods by means of convection currents circulated rapidly by a fan
- ghost kitchen: a commercial cooking facility used for the preparation of food consumed off the premises
- curbside pickup/curbside delivery: service in which purchased items are brought to customers who wait in their automobiles in a designated area near the establishment
- wiener roast: a gathering at which wieners are cooked over a fire or grill and eaten
- dine-in: of, relating to, or selling food or beverages consumed on the premises
TIGER KING 2 Gets Its First Trailer
Bill Murray Is Strongly Hinting He Has a Role in the ANT MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA:
Bill Murray famously doesn’t do anything he doesn’t want to do. The story is if you want him, you leave a message on his voicemail, which he rarely checks. He’s even said he’s missed out on projects he would have enjoyed. That could be one reason he’s completely avoided the main gig in town, which is to say comic book movies. But that may change — maybe.
As per Variety, the legendary actor, promoting his role in Wes Andersons’ new The French Dispatch, recently did an interview with the German-language outlet Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (or FAZ). They asked him about his penchant for working with the same directors over and over: Anderson, Sofia Coppola, Jim Jarmusch. And while answering, he seemed to drop a big secret.
“You know, recently I made a Marvel movie,” he said, then caught himself. “I probably won’t tell you, but never mind.” (FYI: The interview was translated by Google from the original German.)
What was the Marvel movie? He demurred. “In any case, some people were quite surprised why I decided on such a project,” Murray said. “But for me the thing was quite clear: I got to know the director — and really liked him very much. He was funny, humble, everything you want from a director.”
Murray didn’t name the director by name, but he did say he made “the cheerleader story, Bring It On,” which he said was “damn good.” That director, of course, is Peyton Reed, who went on to take over for Ant-Man last minute from departing filmmaker Edgar Wright. Reed has stayed with that wing of the franchise, and has its threequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, on the docket.
That film brings back stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly, as well as supporting players Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer, with Jonathan Majors tapped as the villain. Who will Murray play? Is he actually playing anything? Marvel has yet to confirm one way or the other.
Murray had one more thing to say, though. While he agreed to do the film for a director whose work he admired, he added, “I’m not interested in these huge comic book adaptations as an actor otherwise.”
Brazilian Man Under Attack Picks Up A Live Crocodile And Uses It To Defend Himself
Cleveland Guardians Facing Lawsuit Over Name Change
— Call to the Pen (@CalltothePen) October 27, 2021
Joe Burrow Takes Shots At Every NFL Fan While Discussing Crowd Noise
He said that the crowd noise on the professional level is nothing like what he experienced in college.
Joe Burrow is NOT phased by crowd noise in the NFL, went full "SEC guy" and took shots at every fanbase in the league. https://t.co/lkLVNeSP1F
— BroBible (@BroBible) October 27, 2021