The Daily Heat Index: Jessica Jones is Coming to Netflix Sooner Than We Thought
New Spectre images arise, Barbie Jeep Girl speaks out, and Jimmy and Ellen tear things up “lip sync” style.
Here’s your daily dose of what’s heating up the internet:
Jessica Jones Gets a Premiere Date
Looks like we’ll be hearing the name Jessica Jones sooner than we thought. Marvel’s latest addition to Netflix, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, is slated to premiere on November 20th, exactly 1 minute after midnight. The highly anticipated series, starring Krysten Ritter as the title character, will be set in the same world as Daredevil, and the upcoming Luke Cage. The new teaser doesn’t give away much (and by much, we mean anything) except that we’re in for another gritty, intense series to be binge watching in mere hours. We’re ready for it.
Barbie Jeep Girl Tells Her Story
“Barbie Jeep Girl,” known otherwise as Tara Monroe, made headlines and stole hearts when she cruised around her campus in her namesake vehicle after receiving a DUI. Now, the Texas State student is speaking out. In an interview with Inside Edition, Monroe explains her motivations: “I just didn’t want to walk to class.” There you have it, folks. This is our generation’s future.
Spectre Teases New Artwork
With the premiere of Spectre just over a month away, the brains behind the Bond franchise are teasing us with as many morsels from the film as possible, including new artwork. Check it out below:
Jimmy and Ellen Battle for Lip Sync Greatness
Ellen DeGeneres and Jimmy Fallon took to the lip-sync battle grounds last night for a truly epic and hilarious duel. Fallon came out swinging with “Mr. Brightside” by The Killers, while DeGeneres hit the floor with a little Diana Ross. In an attempt to take the cake Fallon followed up with Silentó’s infectious “Watch Me,” amazing dance moves included. Ultimately, when Ellen whipped out Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money,” there was no question as to who would take the lip-sync crown. The takeaway here? As Fallon said, “You’re too old to whip, never too old to nae nae.”