“Wonder Woman 1984” Poster Unveils New Costume
The poster for the sequel to Wonder Woman has been released and it shows Gadot in a new colorful costume.
Yes, gone is the red-white-and-blue uni that you're used too, this time Wonder Woman is wearing a bright colorful battle uniform that'll be featured in the sequel.
Director Patty Jenkins sent out a tweet of the uniform with a caption that read, "One...year...from...TODAY...#WW84."
In the comics, Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman has had several costume changes. No word on if the turtleneck and slacks suit will be in the movie or not.
Baby Shark Is Becoming an Animated Series
Hey parents, I just want to prepare you for this. Baby Shark is about to become an animated series doo doo doo doo doo doo.
Nickelodeon is joining forces with the Korean entertainment brand responsible for the song for the series aimed at pre-schoolers.
"Baby Shark is a multi-platform phenomenon and appetite for more content and products is strong around the world," said Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products President Pam Kaufman. "Our outstanding creative teams are moving fast to get more Baby Shark product across multiple categories to retailers."
Now when all this coming out hasn't been announced, so for right now parents you still have to play the song almost all day for your kids.
Here Are The Changes Coming to the iPhone
Apple has unveiled its iOS 13 software and the changes to the way your iPhone will operate are pretty significant.
Some of the bigger changes are a new look for the Maps app, new photo-editing and privacy features plus a new dark mode.
Another interesting change is that the iOS 13 software will only be available for iPhones and iPods, the iPad will have its own software called iPadOS.
The iOS 13 software will only be available for the 6s or later and should drop this fall. Beta testing of the software is happening now.
DJ Khaled Throws Tantrum After Album Debuts at Number 2
Clearly, DJ Khaled thought his new album was "another one." He's not happy it wound up being a number 2.
Sources tell Page Six that Khaled is mad at his label after Father of Asahd did not land as the number 1 album.
A spy said, “He stormed into Epic (Records) with an entourage. He was angry and yelling. He threw a temper tantrum. He was furious. There was some nasty stuff said. Publicly, he’s all about ‘positivity,’ but there is a mean side to him that people don’t see. He overhyped the record and blew it up as his biggest album ever.”
DJ Khaled's people haven't responded to the report. Khaled wrote on social media, "Still celebrating the album that was the most streamed and digital sales . . . to the world.”