Up first, tonight is the night, Bachelor Nation! The new season of Bachelor In Paradise is like no other. With Chris Harrison out of the picture, the series recruited some new guest hosts to shake things up. David Spade, Lance Bass, Lil Jon, and Tituss Burgess are all taking part. Additionally, Bachelor fans will recognize bartender Wells Adams who is expanding his duties to oversee the Rose Ceremonies.
With the most recent season of The Bachelorette just ending last week, Bachelor Nation is getting nonstop Bachelor content. Many cast members from this past season of The Bachelorette are featured prominently in the new Bachelor in Paradise season. This led the Bachelorette herself, Katie Thurston, to joke about the upcoming Paradise season on Twitter.
#BachelorInParadise was always my favorite from the franchise. But getting to watch it tonight featuring your frien… https://t.co/QY3xdHl3BX— Katie Thurston (@Katie Thurston)1629130308.0
And as new wave of COVID is wreaking havoc all over the United States, Broadway has made the decision to require masks and proof of vaccination in order to see a show. But Broadway isn't the only industry suffering from this new wave; movies are also being delayed yet again. Among them is the new Clifford The Big Red Dog live action adaptation. Paramount announced its decision to delay the new Clifford movie which was supposed to hit theaters this September.
There's never been a dog quite like Clifford! ❤️ Watch #CliffordMovie in theatres September 17. https://t.co/ZBnNisO84n— Clifford Movie (@Clifford Movie)1627068128.0
Interestingly, despite Paramount's decision to pull Clifford, they are moving ahead with plans for a theatrical release of PAW Patrol: The Movie which is aimed at a similar demographic. Some people took to Twitter to point out what they believed to be a hypocritical decision on Paramount’s part.
Paramount Pictures: "The Delta variant is spreading! We've got to move CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG because it's aimed… https://t.co/KsODXVDOa9— Mike McGranaghan (@Mike McGranaghan)1628801429.0
In other news, it looks like it’s full speed ahead for Outfest Los Angeles. The 10-day film festival will showcase LGBTQ+ films and feature in-person experiences as well as virtual screenings. Academy-Award-Winning actress Octavia Spencer is also going to be honored with the Ally Award.
The 2021 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival is back August 13-22 for a #HotQueerSummer with 10 days of world-c… https://t.co/r2trBwRrFT— #OutfestLA2021 August 13-22 🌈🎥 (@#OutfestLA2021 August 13-22 🌈🎥)1627908993.0