It’s always nice to know about people before they get big. Jordan Daniels, a New Zealand Model, might be about to hit the big time.
The 21-year-old even had a profile in the New York Post recently.
I should have my own food-travel show,” the 5-foot-11 Daniels joked, munching on Trapizzino’s fried artichokes and oxtail-stew sandwich. “I feel like I’m doing a really good job at this!”
Daniels just missed her big break earlier this year when she took I’ll, but she’s healthy now and ready to slay.
By the time New York Fashion Week rolled around last February, anticipation was high for Daniels’ local debut.
She dominated at Jeremy Scott, Brandon Maxwell and Tomo Koizumi — before flu and pneumonia forced her to drop out halfway through.
I think we’ll be hearing a lot more about Jordan Daniels in the future, she’s got a promising career ahead of her.
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Head In The Clouds was a festival put on by 88Rising back in mid-August. The festival featured most of the artists from 88Rising label which, if you don’t know, are mostly Asian artists. Now, an alarming video has emerged from the festival of one man doing lots of drugs. Just kidding, he was doing math. Lots of math.
Asians. Math. Ugh, low hanging fruit. But the question remains. Why the fuck was someone doing math at a music festival? And what were those numbers he was entering? Was it his homework? A cryptographic signal? Random numbers from someone high on… life?
Nah. Someone found him and asked him what was up. Turns out it was him stressing over how much he spent on tickets.
YOU GUYS WE FOUND HIM. HE IS A FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE HUMAN BEING. Please follow him and give him the recognition he deserves!!! @slagtwat @slagtwat @slagtwat @88rising @richbrian @nikizefanya @exosposed @srhstevenson pic.twitter.com/OTAQzB9Crf
— Kari Okubo (@KariOkubo) August 20, 2019
1800 was the money in his checking account. 130 was the amount he spent on tickets. 10% was what he had left to spend. The 1503 was what would be transferred to his savings. So there you go. Mystery solved. You were just watching a man at a music festival being very fiscally responsible.
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An Unbelievably High Number of People Think They’re Going to Die Because ‘Joker’ is Getting Rave Reviews
If I’m honest with you, Joker was never a movie with a concept that never much appealed to me. I’m not a huge fan of superhero origin stories and the Joker isn’t one of my favorite characters. Sure, he’s been in some really great stories, but you know what else those stories had? They had Batman. And no matter how good your Joker is, he’s not going to be better than Mark Hamill in Batman: The Animated Series. There’s just not a lot of compelling evidence that a Joker origin movie is going to be good.
But it shows what I know, because Joker is getting rave reviews. The movie received an eight minute long standing ovation after it’s premier at the Venice Film Festival and has so far been getting rave reviews. In fact, Joker has generated honest-to-God Oscar buzz for star Joaquin Phoenix, which as far as I can remember is a first for a comic book movie.
The reaction to this on social media has been absolutely insufferable. You know how sometimes people will write stories based on cherry-picked tweets from nobodies that don’t actually reflect a viewpoint held by any significant amount of people? This is not one of those times. Honest to god influential people are pooping their pants because they think someone is going to kill them because they saw a comic book movie.
Hard to read reviews of the Joker (and look backs to Heath Ledger’s performance) that make no mention of the Aurora shooting. Seems pertinent. Seems dangerous.
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) August 31, 2019
Anyway I never saw that (Heath) movie. Seemed impossible to contemplate doing so after. And I probably won’t see this one, certainly not in a theater. Great actors, both.
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) August 31, 2019
That’s the Editor-in-Chief of Mother Jones, a once-respectable news magazine. She is not some Twitter rando. Also worth mentioning that the Aurora shooter was neither dressed like nor inspired by the Joker, that’s basically just an urban legend because the place he shot up was showing a Batman film at the time. A Batman film the Joker wasn’t even in.
there are like no words pic.twitter.com/QVnEl9lxl5
— marcos (@arrvial) August 31, 2019
So this is a Twitter rando, but he has thousands of retweets and tens of thousands of likes. The “review” he’s highlighting is also obviously, glaringly a joke. And the guy doubled down when people pointed it out.
for you people replying with “this is a joke” OBVIOUSLY the problem is people relating to the character, taking it seriously and seeing the film from the perspective this reviewer is writing from…. its actually scary and from the people who attended test screenings,
— marcos (@arrvial) August 31, 2019
No, shut up. You got fooled by a parody. It’s happened to the best of us, we all get taken in by a fake headline or a satire that isn’t all that obvious to us in the moment, just take the L and move on.
The point is "ambiguity," according to many folks I normally respect. If this movie even in *passing* leaves it open for people to feel an iota of sympathy, it's dangerous. This is irresponsible storytelling in 2019 and it should not exist.
— Dr Arnold T Blumberg (@DoctoroftheDead) September 1, 2019
“Comic historian.” And Gail Simone isn’t at all calling the movie toxic. Because she’s smart.
In addition, there’s a clip from an interview Phoenix did saying he “nearly went mad” playing the Joker. This is a lie. He “nearly went mad” because he had to lose 50 pounds, not because playing the Joker is so psychologically damaging, he’s not a nutter like Jared Leto.
The Joker has been around since 1940, and the character has a lot of different facets and interpretations over the years. So far, I’m not aware anyone has actually killed anyone because of the character in the first 79 years he’s existed. The weird fear-mongering around this movie is just that. It sounds like it’s going to be a really good movie. Maybe just relax and watch it. It’s about a guy who dresses like a clown in a suit and kills people. It’s not that serious.
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It’s been a rough year for Kevin Hart. I mean, other than the fact that after the decline and fall of Louis C.K.’s empire he’s unquestionably the biggest star in comedy. Oh, and he’s a millionaire and he had an elaborate special on Netflix for black history month and he has a super hot wife. But he didn’t get to host the Oscars, which is… come to think of it, I didn’t get to host the Oscars either. I’ve had a very rough year.
On a more serious note, though, Hart was involved in a pretty bad car accident on Sunday, and he reportedly received major injuries. The Blast even reported he may need surgery for his injuries.
Comedian Kevin Hart is currently hospitalized in Los Angeles after a serious car accident, and we’re told even though he may need back surgery, doctors are optimistic he will make a full recovery.
Sources connected with Hart tells The Blast, Kevin is still in a local hospital undergoing tests to determine if his back will require surgery to repair.
I’m glad to hear he’s expected to make a full recovery. TMZ reported on the crash, and it sounds bad.
Police tell us the driver of the car was found pinned in his seat under the crushed roof and so was the female passenger. We’re told the fire department had to saw off the roof to free them.
Luckily, Hart was in his booster seat so he didn’t suffer any additional injuries from the airbag.
I shouldn’t joke, but it is what I get paid to do. And Hart is going to be okay, which, honestly, I’m glad to hear. He’s not my personal favorite comic, but he’s super charming and just seems incredibly nice. There’s a reason people like him so much. I hope he has a speedy recovery and hey, maybe he can host the Oscars next year.
Kevin Hart makes a living by telling jokes.
But there's nothing funny about what happened to the comedian early on the morning of Sunday, September 1.
According to multiple news outlets, Hart was involved in a major car crash several hours ago, suffering “major back injuries,” per TMZ insiders, after his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda veered off Mulholland Highway, rolled over and landed in a ditch in Malibu.
Details are still coming in, but here is what we can confirm at the moment:
The star's close friend, Jared Black, was behind the wheel of Hart's vehicle when he reportedly lost control and the car went off the road and into a ditch, as explained above.
From there, the car slammed through a wooden fence and the roof was crushed on impact.
Black and another passenger, Rebecca Broxterman, who was not injured, were originally trapped inside.
A police report obtained by Us Weekly states that Hart “left the scene to his nearby residence to get medical attention," seemingly aware that his friends were okay.
It's unclear how he could have been confidence of this, though.
The accident was so severe that firemen had to saw the roof off the car in order to free Black and Broxterman; the latter of whom is engaged to the former and who also works as a personal trainer to Hart's wife, Eniko Hart.
In footage obtained by TMZ, Hart’s car can be seen in a gully with the roof totally torn off.
The website also writes that Black had to be airlifted to a local hospital, UCLA Medical Center.
Hours prior to the near-fatal crash, the Jumanji actor shared an Instagram Story of himself in the blue car, screeching his tires.
The man taking the video jokingly tells him to “cool out” because he was making too much noise.
UPDATE: After being picked up by a member of his security team and driven to his house, Hart was later treated at the hospital for his own injuries.
He is believed to be just fine at the moment, however.
Police later determined that Black was not "under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision."
This car was a gift Hart bought himself for his birthday in July, writing to his 78 million Instagram followers at the time:
"I added some more muscle to the family for my 40th…. Welcome home ‘Menace' #MuscleCarLover."
Kevin and Eniko got married in 2016.
They share 21-month-old son Kenzo and have remined together despite Hart having admitted he's been unfaithful to his wife.
The Get Hard star is also father of son Kendrix, 11, and daughter, Heaven, 14, from his marriage to Torrei Hart.
UPDATE 2: Hart is now recovering from back surgery. We wish him well.
Some TV character do terrible things. Like, REALLY terrible things.
And these 13 are some of the worst on all of television.
That's why the only satisfying conclusion for them involves them being six feet under.
Have a look below.
1. Alpha - The Walking Dead
2. Jon Snow - Game of Thrones
3. Nate - Euphoria
4. Frank Gallagher - Shameless
5. Aunt Lydia - The Handmaid's Tale
6. Negan - The Walking Dead
Nicki Minaj Feels ”Unconditionally Loved” by Kenneth Petty After Opening Up About Past ”Toxic” Relationships
The Queen has spoken.
Nicki Minaj is opening up about love and getting real about her past relationships, which she shares weren’t always the healthiest.
“When u see a…
David Eason probably cares more about weapons than his own children.
So the former reality star may not give two you-know-whats about the news outlined below.
However, a responsible father would be distraught over the ruling that he basically can't see his young son any longer, which is what Eason and Jenelle Evans just learned in court when it comes to five-year old Kaden.
What did a judge decree? And what did he say in particular about Jenelle?
Scroll down for the latest.
1. The Custody Battle You Know About:
2. How Come?
3. So, What Changed?
4. The Custody Battle You May Not Know About
5. The Legal Battle Ratcheted Up in Recent Days
6. Jenelle and David Then Did the Same
Grab your popcorn (or sneak in a snack) because it’s time to head to the movies!
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