advertisement advertisement advertisement In the first-ever season of Sesame Street , in 1970, cast member Bob McGrath appeared in a memorable sketch where he receives a delivery from his local grocer, a grumpy blue muppet. “Did you get everything I ordered?” McGrath asks. “No,” comes the reply, but he’s helpfully supplemented the delivery with other fresh veggies. McGrath breaks into song, a version of the now iconic “People in Your Neighborhood,” to explain to kids the role a grocer plays in the community. The grocer is the bearer of sustenance. advertisement advertisement A few weeks ago, during Super Bowl LV, “People in Your Neighborhood” got remixed into an anthem for the app-based delivery platform DoorDash to signal to the world that it is expanding from restaurants to convenience and grocery. In a crisp 60 seconds, a tap dancing Daveed Diggs ( Hamilton )—directed by French auteur Michel Gondry ( Eternal Sunshine of … [Read more...] about If DoorDash wins, what do we lose?
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close Video Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for February 25 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Rosamund Pike is speaking out about being photoshopped on movie posters and how difficult it can sometimes be to realize someone has changed your look. The actress, who currently stars in the film " I Care A Lot ," opened up about two past experiences she had with her image being photoshopped on a movie poster during an appearance on " The Kelly Clarkson Show " earlier this week. Clarkson asks her guest about being altered, noting the same thing has happened to her in the past on magazine and album covers without her permission. "I have no part of it. Like, I’m totally fine with what I look like," Clarkson said . "I don’t know how to photoshop." ROSAMUND PIKE SAYS SEX SCENES WITH NEIL PATRICK HARRIS WERE 'INAPPROPRIATE' Pike explained … [Read more...] about Rosamund Pike speaks out about being photoshopped in movie posters: ‘We’re all losing our grip’
KATY Perry has been spotted walking with her six-month-old daughter Daisy, who appeared to give the camera a little wave at one point. Baby Daisy, born in August 2020, has not yet been pictured, with Katy and fiance Orlando Bloom choosing to keep their baby private. But mom and daughter were spotted in Hawaii enjoying a stroll in the sunshine, with Katy wearing leggings and a tank top, paired with simple sliders. She also rocked a baseball cap that read "mama" to keep the sun out of her eyes. Baby Daisy meanwhile kept cool in the stroller, wearinga pale green baby grow and white floppy hat. Katy has been pictured in the state for the past few days, enjoying a break with Orlando and family and friends. The pair were spotted hitting the beach , with Katy rocking a deep purple strapless swimsuit, and Orlando going shirtless and wearing a tiny pair of black swim shorts. The star has been open about the struggles of motherhood and was praised for sharing candid … [Read more...] about Katy Perry pushes daughter Daisy, 6 months, as baby seen for first time on Hawaii trip with star’s fiance Orlando Bloom
A jaded Wednesday warrior in November 1989 searches the racks for something new. A lonely teenager checks out a battered and laminated trade paperback from the library. A curious new convert downloads the most prominent option on comiXology, spurred into action by news of an incoming Netflix adaptation ... No matter the introduction, Neil Gaiman's eponymous fairytale of gothic horror always leaves an impact. The Sandman #1 - #8 credits Written by Neil Gaiman The Sandman's first arc, collected as ' Preludes and Nocturnes ,' illustrated grotesquely by Sam Kieth and then in quite the opposite fashion by Mike Dringenberg, is initially a tale of pure horror. But as that first double-sized issue gives way to the series proper, its scope widens and Gaiman's vision of dark fantasy becomes clearer. As far as plot goes, this is a simple tale. Dream (aptly named, as he's the Lord of Dreams) becomes imprisoned by an occultist for most of the 20th century. After finally … [Read more...] about Best Shot review: If you haven’t read The Sandman, you should be losing sleep over it
Rose Leslie and Theo James have been tapped as the leads in The Time Traveler’s Wife, HBO ’s drama series based on the novel by Audrey Niffenegger. Adapted by former Dr. Who head writer and Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat, The Time Traveler’s Wife tells the intricate love story of Clare (Leslie) and Henry (James), and a marriage with a problem… time travel. The series marks Game of Thrones alumna’s Leslie return to HBO. Her Claire Abshire is fiery, clever and unstoppable – and for most of her life she’s had an amazing secret. Since she was six years old, Clare has had an imaginary friend: a kind and funny man, sometimes old, sometimes young, who appears in the woods behind her house and tells her tales of the future. Visits from the mysterious Henry are the bright spots in the tedium of her childhood. As the years pass, and she grows into a beautiful young woman, she starts to realize her friend is not imaginary – he’s a time traveler, visiting from the future. … [Read more...] about Rose Leslie & Theo James To Star In ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ HBO Series