Recently StarWars.com released an excerpt from the upcoming novelization of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Expanded Edition by Rae Carson, which will be expanding on the film in various ways going as far to include deleted scenes which we will no doubt see when the film releases on digital, blu-ray, and invevitbaly streaming on Disney+. This is very similar to what was done with Star Wars: The Last Jedi's novelization as it included some of the deleted scenes from the film, therefore canonizing those scenes. The author Rae Carson of the novelization even noted on Twitter that the novel she is writing is longer than the theatrically released film by a half hour.
Jonathan Van Ness is the grooming queen of Queer Eye's fab five, and we all wish he was our best friend, not only because he'd totally glam us up but also because everything he says is both iconic and real AF. He’s also so much more than just the grooming member of the team. I feel he goes a long way in teaching the people they help on the show, and us, about the importance of self-care and how it important it is for our health and well-being. With that said, here are just a few things he's said to give you a little motivation today and hopefully make you smile.
This October we get to see the return of one of horror film's greatest evils, The Shape! Now you may be looking at the photo above and be thinking "Um, that's Michael Myers though," and I'd tell you you're right, but before the countless sequels that followed the original Halloween film, there was just The Shape. That was all that was left of that little boy who murdered his sister on Halloween night. David Gordon Green's Halloween film will not only be the first new film in the franchise since 2002's Halloween Resurrection, but will basically cancel out every film that followed the first film, essentially bringing the character back to his original roots.