Hair Duel

The trailer for Ridley Scott’s new film has been released and it looks suitable epic and expansive.

What’s also epic and expansive is the hairstyles, notably Matt Damon’s character.

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That’s a very expansive mullet. From embarrassing to ironic to now something a movie star has that hairstyle is going through quite the lifecycle.

Co-star Ben Affleck also has a statement hairstyle.

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He’s looking a little like a BTS fan who is a little too senior to be copying their hairstyles.

Adam Driver looks suitable regal with his hair.

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I just can’t decide if he’s handsome or not.

Let’s hope the movie will be so good to remove any doubt.

The New Emmy

The Emmy award nominations are in and it’s certainly a reflection of the modern tv viewing habits.

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The battle is all about Netflix v HBO with latter just coming out in front with 130 nominations to the big N’s 129.

It was also nice to see the daring WandaVision getting so many nominations.

Yet the big news is the small counts of nominations for the networks. They are being left behind.

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