If you were raised in the 80s and 90s, it’s likely that the name Jeffrey Dahmer has always been one that runs shivers up your spine. News broke when Dahmer was charged with arrested for attempted murder in the early 90s. Upon his arrest, police found evidence in his apartment that led them to believe many victims died there and some were even eaten. Since the infamous case, trial, and death of the cannibalistic serial killer, many portrayals of Dahmer have transpired.
When people think of wings, they think of Red Bull. The bubbly, syrupy energy drink is known to bring liveliness to crowds in concert venues, stamina for those on the go and exuberance to those who might need a pick-me-up. The iconic energy drink has been in stores since 1987 and since then has blown into a massive company that sponsors events, athletes, gaming, dance and more.
Power meets sexy with hot femme Keira Knightley, who has a knack for maintaining a level of real world woman amidst the mass of fakers. The take-no-B.S. attitude is a refreshing stance for the role model/actress who is just as strong on screen as she is off the grid.
For generation upon generation, society continues to press women into a box of stereotypical projections on what a woman should be. For the most part, women are told to be meek, small, and weak. Women should be quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle beings who are only there to be caretakers amongst the men they grow and raise. These stereotypes wash away in just about every instance, in Film Director Gina Prince-Bythewood’s newest film “The Woman King.”
Beijing-born writer, producer, and director Chloe’ Zhao has always been drawn to controversy.
Conforming to Communism and restrictions in her Chinese culture never piqued her interest. In fact, the very boundaries placed on her were the same ones that pushed her to rebel. From childhood, Zhao found an escape in her admiration of the western world. She discovered fulfillment in the freedom of self-discovery she observed in Americans.
Actress, comedian, producer, writer, and now history-maker Quinta Brunson is a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it.
She began her career on Instagram, and after gaining a significant amount of success, Brunson continued to work her way through the field, charming her audiences both online and in person with her creative, witty and authentic personality.