Over the Tis the season to drop hot cocoa bombs Christmas shirt What’s more,I will buy this past few years, we’ve seen Khloe and Kim becoming increasingly close confidants, and, while in the backseat of a black car together, Kim bemoans the backlash she faces for her Variety statements. “It never ends—will it ever end?” She asks. “It’ll end,” Khloe says, “when we end.” The answer is morbid, and probably only half-true, but it echoes a larger question I’m often asked by critics of the family, especially during Kar-Jenner scandals. When will the Kardashian reign be over? Khloe is correct—the family is, by now, too entrenched in culture—and the media cycles that uphold it—for their notoriety or power to dissolve during any of our lifetimes. But when I say Khloe’s statement is only half-true, what I mean is that the family is multi-generational, with many children to inherit the proverbial “monarchy.” Plus, Kim has plans to use her new private equity firm, SKKY partners, to invest in future media companies, and we have no idea yet just how far she’ll take her law pursuits upon achieving licensure. But beyond the known Kar-Jenner ventures certain to extend the family’s legacy, for all we know, they’ll all put themselves “on ice.” I’m kind of kidding—but the idea, at least, is likely to persist. After all, the Disney-on-ice rumors have been debunked—and yet we still hear of them. And Marie Antoinette lives on through a famous phrase attributed to her; we don’t need to see her in the flesh to know her name.
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The Euphoria breakout is reportedly gearing up to star in a campy Barbarella reboot. Inspired by a comic book series written by French author Jean-Claude Forest in the Tis the season to drop hot cocoa bombs Christmas shirt What’s more,I will buy this early ’60s, the original movie, directed by Fonda’s then-husband Roger Vadim, has developed a cult following since flopping at the box office in 1968, with whispers of a reimagining first circulating in 2018 after Dynamite Entertainment reissued the comic. It’s futile to attempt to distill Barbarella’s plot, but it sees its titular heroine (Fonda), a wide-eyed “astronavigatrix,” travel to faraway planets in the 41st century to retrieve “a positronic ray” from the villain Durand Durand, whom Earth’s inhabitants fear may use it to cause mass destruction. Character-wise, Barbarella—whose experience of the world is all peace and love—is naive to the point of comic absurdity, particularly when it comes to sex (which humans have ditched in favor of “exaltation transference pellets” by the year 40,000). One particularly famous scene from the movie: Barbarella’s experience of Durand Durand’s deathly excessive machine—meant to trigger heart-stopping orgasms in its victims. (Remember Cassie’s turn on the ferris wheel in Euphoria?)
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