The D-List: Billy Porter and Sesame Street, USPS Scam Alert, and more!

Adam Sandler Signs Up For More Netflix Movies

Adam Sandler will continue to make content for Netflix.

He has signed on for four more movies. 

Sandler and Netflix have been working together since 2015. Netflix says that since then, viewers have spent more than 2 billion hours watching Sandler's material.

Sandler has worked on several movies as well as performed his first stand-up special in 22 years since being associated with the streaming service.

Louis Vuitton Is Opening A Restaurant

A luxury dining experience from Louis Vuitton is being planned in Japan.

The flagship store in Osaka, Japan is opening a cafe as well as a restaurant.

Menus will be curated by famed Japanese chef Yosuke Suga.

Of course, both the restaurant and cafe will be designed with premium LV touches. The store opens on February 1st. The dining options open on February 15th.

Billy Porter is Bringing ‘Fierce Vibes’ to Sesame Street

Billy Porter is bringing the heat to Sesame Street!

Sesame Street made the announcement today in a social media post which read, Billy Porter bringing those fierce vibes to Sesame Street (fire emoji)

The Pose star will guest star in an upcoming episode of Sesame Street and he’s bringing along his tuxedo gown.

Porter’s appearance will bring more LGBTQ+ representation to Sesame Street.

J. Lo & Shakira Won’t Be Paid for Their Super Bowl Halftime Performance

Here is an interesting fun fact, Super Bowl halftime performers are not paid for their performance.

The NFL only covers union scale. That means they pay the minimum amount people in a union are paid to do a job.

The NFL also covers production costs.

So what is the point of doing the halftime show? It is a huge platform.

Performers stand to be seen by 100 million television viewers. That does not include the views from social media and the increase in their music from streaming platforms.

Scam Alert: Post Office Email Could Steal Your Info in Seconds

The United States Postal Service is warning people to be on the lookout for a scam involving bogus emails that claim to be from the post office.

In the latest Internet-based scam, people have been receiving official-looking emails with the subject line, "Delivery Failure Notification," according to USPS. "These emails appear to be from the U.S. Postal Service and include language regarding an unsuccessful attempt to deliver a package," a warning released Friday reads. "The email will prompt you to confirm your personal delivery information by clicking a button or downloading an attachment." However, doing so will activate a virus that will immediately start transferring information -- such as usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and bank account details -- to the perpetrators, the post office indicates.

USPS officials are asking people who receive the bogus email to forward it to -- and then delete it.

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