The D-List: Thursday

“Aquaman 2” Has Been Confirmed

Warner Bros has confirmed that a sequel to Aquaman is happening.

The co-writer of the first film will be back for the second and already has his team together working on the script for the sequel. Director James Wan will also be back to direct.

Aquaman was a huge hit for Warner Bros after making an astounding $1.12 billion since it hit theaters in December.

Avril Lavigne and Nicki Minaj Have a Duet

Avril Lavigne and Nicki Minaj have a new song and it's called "Dumb Blonde."

Lavigne announced the third single that features Minaj on Twitter saying, "As soon as I recorded #DumbBlonde, I knew she'd be the perfect artist to collaborate on it. When she said yes it was like a dream come true!!!"

"Dumb Blonde" is the third track from Lavigne's "Head Above Water" album.

Michelle Obama Reveals Funny Text Exchange With Her Mother After The Grammys

Michelle Obama received one of the biggest ovations at Sunday night's Grammy Awards. Her mother was not impressed.

Marian Robinson sent her daughter a text after the show. Obama shared the exchange on Instagram Wednesday morning.

Robinson wanted to know if Michelle Obama had met "any of the real stars." Obama's mother also said she only watched it because someone named Gracie told her about it. Obama replied, "I told you I was going to be on it."

Obama captioned the post, "When your mom doesn't think you are a "real" celebrity.

A Movie With Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Is Happening

DC and Warner Bros have just caused comic book fans to say "Cowabunga" and "Holy Cow" after announcing that there will be a Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.

Thanks to Nickelodeon and Warner Bros animation the movie will mark the first time that the heroes will meet outside the comics because of a "transdimensional encounter."

There's no release date for the animated film, but it will be available in late spring.

Patriots Parody Ariana Grande "7 Rings"

The Patriots are still high off their sixth Super Bowl victory earlier this month, taking the celebration to the world of pop music.

Posting to Twitter on Tuesday, New England parodied Ariana Grande's latest single "7 Rings," photoshopping the number 7 in a screen grab from the promotional video into a 6, along with the caption, "Soundtrack of the week".

Tom Brady has also hinted that he'd like to see seven rings become a reality for the team, with the quarterback commenting on a different post using the high five and peace sign emojis to indicate future plans.

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