La Flame and the Cactus Jack team have been a key element in the rollout for Sony's PlayStation 5 device, which launched in North America on Thursday. Naturally, the pairing has also resulted in another batch of highly coveted merch, including the extremely limited (and not-for-resale) Nike Dunk Low Cactus Jack x PlayStation shoe.
The capsule also features t-shirts, hoodies, bottoms, posters, and more. Each piece, in ways ranging from traditional to experimental, contains elements familiar to those who gave a close watch to Scott's "Unboxing Reimagined" livestream on Thursday night.
Below, peep a selection of Cactus Jack x PlayStation pieces. The full collection can be shopped via the Travis Scott store here. For info on how to win a pair of the Dunk Lows, check this.
Earlier this year, La Flame made waves with his wildly successful collaboration with McDonald's. As the Wall Street Journal reported back in October, the company attributed the mid-pandemic growth it experienced from July through September to its partnership with Scott, whose popular link-up was quickly followed by a similar collaborative effort with J Balvin.
Julianna Margulies is dropping anchor at The Morning Show, joining Season 2 of the Apple TV+ drama in the recurring role of UBA News' newest talking head, Laura Peterson, TVLine has confirmed. The Good Wife vet joins returning stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon as well as Steve Carell, Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Nestor Carbonell, […]
John Mulaney says a silly joke about the Leap Year and Julius Caesar found him in some hot water with the federal government and Donald Trump’s Secret Service.Mulaney says the Secret Service investigated him shortly after he performed his “SNL” monologue back in February when he told a joke that was not about Donald Trump (and then perhaps unwisely re-told it to Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday) but said that that 2020 is a Leap Year, and the man who invented the Leap Year, Roman emperor Julius Caesar, was also stabbed in the back by a bunch of senators because he went crazy.“And I said that’s an interesting thing that can happen,” Mulaney said. “There’s a service that operates for the President and they’re secret. They’re a secret service…They investigated me, and I guess they opened a file on me because of the joke. Am I stoked there’s a file on me? Absolutely. Did I enjoy it in the moment? Not so much.”Also Read: John Mulaney Joins 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' as Staff Writer - Watch His First Sketch (Video)Mulaney said he initially was the target of “patriotic magazines that were suddenly on Twitter” calling his Julius Caesar joke an outrage, but he really did speak with someone at the Secret Service vetting him.“They were very nice in the interview. In terms of risk assessment, no one who’s ever looked at me thought I registered above a 1,” Mulaney joked.Mulaney then said they wanted to make sure there wasn’t “anything else” they should be aware of before they closed the file on him. Did he have any manifestos lying around or long rants about the President on Facebook? He did neglect to mention something important however.Also Read: John Mulaney Tells Everything You Want to Know About His Time at 'SNL' in 10 Minutes (Video)“Then I’m cleared by the secret service I’ve been told,” Mulaney said. “I failed to realize that after telling the Secret Service that they had nothing else to worry about, that I had leased an apartment for one year in Washington D.C. and that that apartment was across the street from the Secret Service building. It had a planned vibe to it.”Despite that scare, Mulaney actually had a pretty good 2020, hosting “SNL” twice, both before and after the pandemic. He also reflected on a joke he told in his “SNL” monologue that made him the target of people on the left in which he said that “no matter who wins,” some things will never change.You can watch John Mulaney’s whole clip from “Kimmel” above and here.Read original story John Mulaney Faced Secret Service Investigation After ‘SNL’ Monologue Joke About Julius Caesar (Video) At TheWrap
Taylor Swift fans no longer have to leave what her re-recordings of her old catalog might sound like to pure speculation. She has revealed a snippet of one of them in a highly comical new commercial for the dating site Match: a redo of her O.G. hit "Love Story." Swift posted on Twitter: "Okay so […]
Spotify is today launching its 2020 Wrapped personalized experience -- the company's popular year-end review of users' favorite artists, songs, genres and podcasts. This year, however, Spotify is making a few changes. For starters, Wrapped will be exclusively available on mobile for Spotify users, while a web experience will offer a version of Wrapped for non-Spotify users for the first time.
Ben Falcone and Melissa McCarthy, who must get along pretty well for how often they work together, have found yet another project: According to Deadline, they’ll be starring in God’s Favorite Idiot, a new Netflix comedy series created by Falcone and directed by Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Michael McDonald that already has a 16-episode series order from the streaming service. In the vein of The Good Place or Miracle Workers or God Friended Me, God’s Favorite Idiot is a high-concept workplace comedy about “a midlevel tech-support employee” (Falcone) who falls in love with a coworker (McCarthy) “at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God.” Deadline says there’s also “rollerskating, a lack of fire, and an impending apocalypse”—a.k.a. some kind of season-long arc that will explain why Falcone’s character can talk to God. Or maybe it’s not really God? That would be a fun twist.
We've always known Ariana Grande to be a big animal lover - I mean, she once said she loved them more than she likes most people, and like, same - and now she's bringing her passion for four-legged friends to a new venture: an animal rescue center based in Los Angeles. On Dec.
There will be no "virtual" Oscars. "The Oscars in-person telecast will happen," a rep from the Academy and ABC tells Variety exclusively. This year, the Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences moved their annual telecast back two months to April 25, 2021, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sources inside the Oscars say that […]
Armie Hammer has signed on to star in "The Offer" at Paramount Plus, which will tell the behind-the-scenes story of the making of "The Godfather." Hammer will star as Al Ruddy, who produced "The Godfather" back in 1972. The series will focus on Ruddy's experience on the set of the iconic mob drama, with Ruddy […]