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O'Shea Jackson Jr. has no signs of slowing down!
His latest project, The Now, is opening up some important conversations on mental health.
Filmed prior to the pandemic, this new series follows Ed, played by Dave Franco, as he experiences a traumatic event that teaches him to live in the moment.
"My character honestly has his feelings hurt when he finds out that Ed is going through these things and he didn't pick up on it. It's important to show people that there is that silver lining and the journey is where you make your memories," Jackson Jr. said.
The series also stars Bill Murray and Alyssa Milano, with Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly directing.
You can stream The Now on the Roku Channel.
Ciara Miller is back in the Summer House for a second time.
However, this summer is unlike any other as it follows Kyle and Amanda as they gear up for their wedding day.
"There a lot of things that went down. We wondered [if we were] really going to a wedding at the end of the summer. It was definitely a rough summer, there were some really tough moments... but they made it. [The wedding] was so fun. I live for the moments when we're all together and it's not stressful and we're not chewing each other's heads off," Miller said.
Speaking of chewing people's heads off... Ciara and Danielle go to blows this season in a fight over Southern Charm's Austen Kroll.
"Going into dinners... you never know. Anything is bound to happen. I deeply regret getting to that level, but my patience was tried very much so this summer. I apologize... you move on."
Ciara is also opening up on some BTS moments with her bestie Paige DeSorbo in the clip above. Check it out!
Summer House airs Monday nights on Bravo.
Minnie Mouse has a bold new redesign with a Stella McCartney power suit!
In honor of Disneyland Paris' thirtieth anniversary, the company decided to celebrate with something special. The celebration, which will be during Women's History Month in March, will showcase a beloved character's newest look.
Minnie Mouse, usually seen in her red and white (or pink and white) polka dot dress, is now sporting a navy blue and black pantsuit, designed by daughter of Beatles legend Paul McCartney, Stella McCartney. The British designer shared,
"I am delighted to be working with the one, the only, the iconic Minnie Mouse. Minnie has always had a special place in my heart. We share the same values. What I love about Minnie is the fact that she embodies happiness, self-expression, authenticity and that she inspires people of all ages around the world. Plus, she has such great style."
McCartney gushed relaying her excitement over the opportunity, and shared her process going into the redesign--
"I wanted Minnie to wear her very first pantsuit at Disneyland Paris, so I have designed one of my iconic costumes–a blue tuxedo–using responsibly sourced fabrics. This new take on her signature polka dots makes Minnie Mouse a symbol of progress for a new generation."
Disneyland Paris wishes to begin "a new era" that is "marked by transformation, limitless creativity and new technology," and set out to do so with a modern, inclusive look for one of their most iconic characters.
The celebration will kick off on March 6.
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