John Krasinski gets emotional sharing ‘Some Good News’ highlights, celeb bloopers, and adorable guest anchors

[ad_1] John Krasinski’s YouTube show Some Good News has served up sweetness and light in the midst of All This, and racked up over two and a half million YouTube subscribers looking for something to smile about. This week’s episode is apparently the last before a little hiatus, which is fair given it can’t have…

Apple says it's reopening 25 US stores this week plus 12 stores in Canada, adding to nearly 100 global locations that have reopened so far (Bloomberg)

[ad_1] Bloomberg: Apple says it’s reopening 25 US stores this week plus 12 stores in Canada, adding to nearly 100 global locations that have reopened so far  —  – Company has 100 stores back in operation after virus closures  — Plans temperature checks and face coverings at every location [ad_2] Source link

Bob Odenkirk, Jack Black, Patton Oswalt, and loads more comedians deliver heartfelt cover of Weird Al’s ‘Eat It’

[ad_1] Before he was Saul Goodman and Jimmy McGill and then Saul again, Bob Odenkirk created one of the oddest, most beloved sketch shows around with David Cross. Mr. Show had a Zoom reunion last week (they’re all the rage) and so, naturally, they called up a bunch of people whose faces you recognize to…

Donald Trump posts Independence Day deepfake on Twitter and Bill Pullman responds

[ad_1] Axelle/Bauer-Griffin Over the weekend Donald Trump re-posted a deep fake meme video on Twitter, initially created by Twitter account “Mad “ObamaGate” Liberals”.   The deepfake video takes a famous monologue from the movie Independence Day, and replaces Bill Pullman — the actor playing Thomas J. Whitmore, the fictional US President — with Donald Trump. In Independence…