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Can’t keep up with what’s been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.
Not Everyone Knows Oprah
National Take Your Child to Work Day was celebrated at the OWN Network – and one little tyke didn’t recognize the boss. Oprah was so shocked, she posted clips on her Instagram Story AND her main feed. Humble pie is best served by a child.
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Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ Has Us Excited
Wes Anderson fans, rejoice. The gang’s getting back together — and adding a few new faces (Yoko Ono, Courtney B. Vance, Greta Gerwig and more) — for Anderson’s next film, Isle of Dogs. The release date and poster are posted on the film’s Twitter page, giving fans a peek at the director’s newest aesthetic for the film.
— Isle of Dogs (@isleofdogsmovie) April 25, 2017
OKJA Villain Has Twitter Account
OKJA is an upcoming fantasy film starring a villainous, pink-haired Tilda Swinton as CEO of The Mirando Corporation, which has engineered super pigs that promise to end world hunger. The evil corporation “took nature and science and synthesized it,” placing 26 piglets in 26 countries, but only one was crowned super pig. The hero is a little girl named Mija who bonded with the South Korean super pig and takes on the corporation. Follow Lucy Mirando for her side of the story.
— Lucy Mirando (@lucymirando) April 28, 2017
The Handmaid’s Tale Costume Designer Is a Must-Follow
Hulu’s classic dystopian nightmare premiered Wednesday, and in it, the world order is defined by color-coded, role-defining uniforms. Costume designer Ane Crabtree talked to Pret-a-Reporter about creating looks for the show — here’s your guide.
Make sure to follow Crabtree’s Instagram to get a behind-the-scenes look at the inspiration, which includes, surprisingly, Faye Dunaway, ‘60s mod and more.
Happy Flashback Friday!
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