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Save the Planet 1 Outfit at a Time With These Sustainable Fashion Finds

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Using 1400 fewer gallons of water per jean versus regular jeans, 20% of fabric made with recycled denim, plastic, and cotton, and 75 sizes and body types represented, Warp + Weft is at the top of their game. Case in point: this one-and-done jumpsuit. With a drawstring cinch waist and a slightly tapered leg for a feminine touch, size up for a slouchier fit, or down for a slim fit, and rock this piece with sneaks or heels, depending on your sass.

 

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‘The Crown’ Casts Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip

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The Crown has a new Prince Philip. Game of Thrones actor and Oscar nominee Jonathan Pryce is set to appear in both Seasons 5 and 6 as Queen Elizabeth’s husband, Variety reports.

The actor is taking over the role from Tobias Menzies, who played the prince in Season 3 and Season 4, which is set to premiere on Netflix later this year. Matt Smith previously held the role in Seasons 1 and 2. When Pryce joins The Crown for Season 5, he will be accompanied by Imelda Staunton, the series’ next Queen Elizabeth, and Lesley Manville, Season 5’s Princess Margaret.

Pryce earned an Oscar nomination this year for his role in The Two Popes, playing Pope Francis alongside Anthony Hopkins‘ Pope Benedict. He’s also appeared in Glengarry Glen Ross and Tomorrow Never Dies, and more recently played High Sparrow on Game of Thrones. 

While the fourth upcoming season of The Crown is due later in 2020, fans will have to wait a while to see Pryce in his Season 5 role. The show is taking a filming break — pre-planned and unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic — and won’t be back for its fifth season until 2022, since Netflix won’t being filming until June of next year.

Creator Peter Morgan originally said that Season 5 would be the final installment of The Crown, but he pleased fans when he revealed last month that the show would continue for Season 6, which will be its last season.

“As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons,” he said at the time. “To be clear, Series 6 will not bring us any closer to present-day – it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail.”

Stream The Crown on Netflix

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Captain Marvel 2’s Nia DaCosta Responds To Mulan Skipping Its Theatrical Run

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Either way, it’s yet to be seen if Mulan skipping a theatrical release will end up as a mistake. Arguably, the move could see pushback from audiences and also lose out on box office numbers. On the other hand, fans eager to see a movie of its scope might flock to see it regardless of the Disney+ subscription and additional $30 price, making it a big hit and reaching an even larger audience than if it were in the theaters. Mulan is scheduled to release September 4 on Disney+.

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NEWS WATCH: DC COMICS’ The Other History Of The DC Universe Begins in November

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The long-awaited series, The Other History of the DC Universe promising to explore DC’s lengthy comic book mythology from a new angle, has been rescheduled for release this November. The series will reveal the hidden stories from the DC Universe’s 80-plus years of storytelling.

This groundbreaking series will be written by screenwriter John Ridley (12 Years A Slave) and will be his return to comics the second outing of The American Way, his alternate history series. Initially announced in 2018, this five-part series will re-examine some of DC’s comic book iconic moments in history from the point of view of characters including Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning and Renee Montoya /The Question, both of which identify with traditionally disenfranchised groups.

Highlights from The Hollywood Reporter interview with scribe John Ridley include topics such as how he went about choosing which characters to focus on, such as Black Lightning, Mal, and Karen Duncan, and Renee Montoya. When asked why he chose these characters, Ridley said,

“It’s tough. I mean, on the one hand, as a person of color, I just feel like there aren’t enough characters like me out there. On the other end, when you’re talking about a limited series, there’s so many characters. So who are you going to go with? … Black Lightning, for what he meant to me — what he meant to the DC universe: the first character of color in the DC universe to topline a book. Most definitely, he was the character that I wanted to kick the series off with.

And then Mal and Karen Duncan. I wanted a couple of color that had their ups and downs, but were very committed to each other. It was very important to see people of color, beyond being heroes, beyond being [individual] characters, but characters who are in a relationship and were part of a larger organization — the Titans and the Teen Titans — but had their ups and downs in that group as well.”

Ridley also expressed the love he has for the DC Universe, its characters, and its history. Ridley also reminisced about going back through the stories of these characters and looking for certain characteristics that made each character relevant for the series.  Ridley said that inspiration from the series came from the question of what it would look like to take these characters, put them in a real timeline and look at those moments in the history of the DC Universe.

Full interview can be found here.

Ridley will be joined by the art team of Giuseppe “Cammo” Camuncoli, Andrea Cucchi, and colorist José Villarrubia for the series, with covers from Camuncoli and Jamal Campbell (Far Sector, Naomi).

 

The Other History of the DC Universe will release later this year in November from DC’s Black Label imprint and will follow with releases every second month.

 

NEWS WATCH: DC COMICS’ The Other History Of The DC Universe Begins in November

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