One More Sneak Peak at Wonder Woman

Young girls in 2017 look up to leaders like Michelle Obama, and actresses such as Jennifer Lawrence, but if you ask us, none of them embody Women Empowerment like Wonder Woman.

Sure she’s fictional, but if it inspires someone, who’s to judge. Go check out this final trailer for Wonder Woman and try and tell us we’re wrong.

Blade Runner 2049 Official Trailer

In an era where all we get is remakes, and way late sequels and prequels, it’s good to see we’re getting one we’ll actually enjoy.

Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to the cult favorite 1982 film, Blade Runner, which sees the return of Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, alongside a bunch of newcomers like Ryan Gosling, and Jared Leto. If you’re still not a believer after seeing that lineup, watch the official trailer, which should surely change your mind.

New Clip of Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Well, if you had the fortitude to endure the MTV Movie & TV Awards last night, you got a new clip of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Now, for the rest of us that just couldn’t withstand such pain, THANK GOD FOR TWITTER!

 

The Fyre Festival Fails BIG TIME!

Before reading about this debacle, go download the May 4th, 2017 episode. Now, you can follow along with us.

The Fyre Festival was supposed to be a concert like no other, giving an experience only out-of-their-mind rich people could afford. Check out this video to get what we’re talking about.

        

Unfortunately the result of this was anything buy luxurious. These are photos shared on social media of what some of the amenities looked like:

The Friend Zone as a Horror Movie

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Every guy’s been there (Well at least the guys on our show). You try and plant the seeds for a new relationship, and end up getting caught in the dreaded Friend Zone.

That’s what makes this new horror movie short so amazingly true, and brings up a neat talking point. What is your worst “Caught in the Friend Zone Story?” Email us yours.

Is this Commercial Really Offensive?

On our April 27th, 2017 episode we played you this commercial from Shea Moisture that people are getting really angry over. In case you missed it, here it is:

Now, what in that commercial could start an uproar? According to people on social media, it’s because it likens an African American girl being bullied for her natural hair to two white girls disliking their hair because of lack of volume. This caused Shea Moisture to cancel the ad, and issue this apology:

Wow, okay – so guys, listen, we really f-ed this one up. Please know that our intention was not – and would never be – to disrespect our community, and as such, we are pulling this piece immediately because it does not represent what we intended to communicate.

So we gotta ask, do you think they had to apologize? Or is this just another case of people overreacting? Send us an email and let us know what you think.

Ladies, Stop Accusing your Guys of These Things, Because They’re Not Even Thinking About Them.

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How many guys can relate to this picture?

Throughout time girls have accused their guys of numerous things. Whether it’s saying he’s thinking of his ex, or judging her weight, guys have heard them all.

Well ladies, according to Woman’s Day (Yes, we see the irony) guys don’t even think about these things.

1. Copying your way of doing things.
So he never folds towels “your way” or arranges utensils in the drawer how you prefer them? That’s because he’s not taking mental notes on how you approach tasks; he prefers to do things however he deems most efficient. “We want people to mirror us, especially if we have a more controlling personality,” says marriage therapist Carin Goldstein, creator of BeTheSmartWife.com. “But different doesn’t necessarily make it wrong,” Goldstein says. Consider relinquishing some power. “When you accept your differences, you’ll have an easier time finding common ground.”

2. What you need if you don’t tell him.
If you’d like a 40th birthday party, but haven’t mentioned that to your man, don’t assume he’s planning a secret bash. “Women always think, ‘If he loved me, then he’d do it,’ and that’s not true,” says Goldstein. He can’t read your mind, so if milestone birthdays are non-events in his book, he may not realize they’re important to you. Part of the solution is continuing to have one-on-one time, so you can keep in touch with each other’s needs. The other part is speaking up. “If you want something, it’s up to you to make sure it happens,” says Goldstein.

3. Ways to avoid talking to you.
If you’re doing all the speaking during a disagreement, or venting to him without getting a response, it’s not that he doesn’t care or wants to end the conversation. Women easily can multitask, absorbing information and talking at once, whereas men tend to keep silent to hear you better, says Goldstein. “When my husband doesn’t say anything, I know he’s listening,” she points out. If you want your man’s feedback, “tell him, ‘It would help me to hear your thoughts,'” Goldstein suggests. That way, he can listen and then speak, and you’ll know you’ve been heard.

4. Your physical ‘flaws.’
You look in the mirror and see five extra pounds, crow’s-feet and stretch marks. But relationship expert Charles J. Orlando, author of The Problem with Women… is Men, says most guys don’t notice these perceived imperfections. They see the whole package: the amazing woman he’s chosen as his wife. “If he’s concentrating on flaws, he’s got his own insecurities to deal with, which has nothing to do with you,” Orlando says. Also, if he says you’re gorgeous, “believe it instead of pushing your insecurities on him,” Orlando advises. “A man whose compliments fall on deaf ears eventually stops complimenting.”

5. Your last argument.
Hours or even days later, you still may be stewing about a fight you had with your husband and longing to readdress the problem. Your man probably isn’t doing the same, though. “Most of the time, once it’s done, it’s done for him,” says Orlando. “If you’re pushing an issue and he’s already relented, you’re projecting your need to be right.” Once you’ve said your piece, give him space to understand how you feel. Then, let it go. “You have a choice when putting issues to rest: You can be right, or you can be happy,” says Orlando.

6. His ex.
Even when there’s more marital tension than usual, men aren’t likely to compare their current relationship to former ones. “But if you’re insecure about his ex, talk about it and get some clarity,” Orlando recommends. “And if he is focusing on his ex, that’s not about you. Most often, he’s not emotionally finished with that relationship.” Insist he explain why. “The only reason an ex keeps calling is if someone keeps picking up the phone,” says Orlando.

7. If you spend too much time with your girlfriends.
“There’s this guilt, feeling like you should be with him instead of taking time for yourself,” says clinical psychologist Andra Brosh, PhD. But three consecutive friend outings probably won’t make your man feel abandoned. He likely loves your independence; it’s a chance for each of you to address your individual needs. If you sense your absence is irritating him, ask if he’s feeling neglected. Otherwise, laugh with your girls, and then return to focus on each other later on.

8. How you spend money.
If your husband asks you to watch your spending, don’t take it personally. He likely isn’t chastising you for your last purse splurge; rather, he may be concerned about both your expenditures. “His comments may imply it’s about you, but really, he just doesn’t know how to broach the topic,” says Dr. Brosh. However, “maybe you feel like you’re shopping too much and aren’t in touch with it,” she adds. “Be respectful of his request, and watch your future spending instead of dwelling on past purchases.”

9. Chores.
You see piles of dirty dishes and children who need a bath; he sees no reason not to watch TV now. What gives? “You might shut him out and be controlling with the kids and the house,” Dr. Brosh says. Your husband probably will willingly help if you ask, but he might not know what needs to be done if you normally take the lead on housework. Request a hand and “tell him how great he is at helping,” Dr. Brosh suggests. He’ll be more apt to pick up on chores needing attention if he knows you appreciate his effort.

10. Sex just for his pleasure.
While you may feel most connected to your husband when you’re sharing private thoughts, he feels most connected to you when things get physical. “He wants to know you care,” says Dr. Brosh, and sex makes him feel essential. Pushing him away when you’re not in the mood can send the wrong message, Dr. Brosh says, so tell him why you’re not feeling it, whether it’s because of stress or your period. If it’s a recurring theme, see your doctor about potential libido-lowering issues.

Want a funnier take on this list? Hear us talk about it, and more importantly, hear our girl, Mikki’s reaction to the list on our April 27th, 2017 episode.

Check Out How The Rock Spent His Easter (Spoiler: Hilarious)

Never say Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is too big for family time.

He spent Easter yesterday chasing around his daughter in a Pikachu outfit. Cue the “AWWs”.


The first time Jasmine’s favorite character, Pikachu came to visit her months ago she was only crawling. For Easter Sunday @laurenhashianofficial and I thought, Pikachu should make a special visit once again. Well, Pikachu didn’t account for the fact that now Jazzy RUNS and for 2hrs straight she wants to play her new favorite game, “I run away and you chase me Pikachu. And you’re not allowed to take a break until I go night night”. At the end of the vid you can hear her yell, “Peekyu” because she can’t say, Pikachu. I’m tired, today’s my only day off, it’s 118 degrees in this costume and Hobbs keep trying to p*ss on my leg. And I luv every minute of it. Bring it on. It’s what daddy’s do. Happy Easter to you guys and enjoy your families. #Rockachu #DaddyPuttinInWork #TheGameThatNeverEnds #PikachuLooksBloated

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The First Trailer for The Last Jedi

I know this is Good Friday, but it has just become a VERY Good Friday. You see, Star Wars Celebration has been going on all this week, and it was pretty much universally accepted by everyone that we would be getting our first look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi during the event.

Well, it happened.

That’s awfully considerate of Luke to remind us all to breathe while we’re watching that.

Nothing more really needs to be said here, does it?

Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes to theaters on December 15th.