Warning: Major spoilers ahead. Don’t watch unless you’ve seen the series finale ofTheUndoing.
It seemed like the entire internet watched the series finale of HBO’s The Undoing on Sunday, November 29. For those unfamiliar with the show, it centers on a New York City therapist named Grace (Nicole Kidman), whose husband, Jonathan (Hugh Grant), is accused of murdering a woman named Elena Alves (Matilda De Angelis). As the show unfolded, we learned Jonathan had an affair with Elena and was the father of her newborn baby. But he contested up and down that he was not her killer, despite his tangled relationship with her.
So, naturally, the internet jumped into theorizing mode to figure out who Elena’s killer really was. Did Grace actually know about the affair and murder Elena out of rage? Was it their young son, Henry (Noah Jupe), who hid the murder weapon in his
The real star of The Undoing, HBO’s absurd marital melodrama, is not Hugh Grant, the Manhattan skyline or even the pair of David Hockneys hanging inside a vast penthouse in episode one. It’s a coat.
Sludge-green, calf-length, with wide lapels and a hood, this coat is worn again and again by Nicole Kidman’s character, a gnomic therapist called Grace, as she floats down Madison Avenue, through Central Park and even into the prison on Rikers Island, brooding over her marriage to a man who may, or may not, have just murdered his lover with a lump hammer.
Other coats appear. One is red faux fur, constructed by sewing several coats together. Another is more of a cape, inspired by the Italian label Etro, but handmade and embroidered with Japanese flowers. But it’s the green coat, which is probably velvet (although it could easily be astrakhan fur, the tightly curled
Software stocks are surging in Wednesday trading, with one analyst highlighting that the U.S. election results thus far suggest a divided government, which reduces the potential for corporate tax hikes.
“While the election was NOT going to be a major issue fundamentally for software no matter the outcome, the current forecast for a split government takes the risk of higher corporate taxes off the table (for now) and we expect that the focus can shift back to long-term fundamentals (positive), valuations relative to interest rates (mixed), and some of the key themes/topics for CY21,” Evercore ISI analyst Kirk Materne said in a Wednesday morning
The internet is divided over the color of Billie Eilish’s sneakers.
I SEE PINK AND WHITE, JUST SAYING!
Kay, go ahead and settle right in because Billie Eilish’s sneakers appear to have divided our nation—much like THE DRESS (you know the one). It all started over the weekend, when Billie casually shared a picture of her Nike Air sneakers, joking that her dad thought they were “pink and white,” when they are actually mint and white.
Here are a few screen grabs from what was a TRULY wild ride on Instagram Stories:
every time i look at billie eilish’s story those shoes are a different colour😭
In the video, which was uploaded by Twitter user @RupertMyers with the caption “I have watched this 35 times”, the woman is seen supporting a baby as it leans in to grab a champagne flute. But as the baby grabs the glass and pulls it with some champagne spilling, the