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“What’s On Me?”: Fox News anchor baffled by Netflix’s You

In just one day, the video has received over 6.3 million views.

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Whether it’s real or staged, this clip of a Fox News host’s confusion over Netflix’s You is hilarious, and it’s gone viral. After she appeared to misunderstand a statement made by a guest on her show, a television show host in the United States has become the target of Twitter jokes and puns. When the guest mentioned the Netflix show You, Fox News host Laura Ingraham seemed to think he was referring to her, and their exchange sparked a chain of amusing social media reactions.

The conversation began as a classic case of mistaken identity, but the back-and-forth between the host and the guest added to the amusement. The guest is seen repeatedly attempting to explain to Ms. Ingraham that he was referring to the Netflix show, but he appears to have failed to do so.

On Monday night, Laura Ingraham began her show by criticizing the Joe Biden White House’s “Team of Incompetents.” However, confusion soon erupted on her show, providing an unexpected treat for her audience. During a discussion about vaccines and COVID-19, Raymond Arroyo, a regular on Ms. Ingraham’s show, mentioned the Netflix series You.

Mr. Arroyo said the measles came up while he was watching an episode of You. When she mentioned the measles, a perplexed Ms. Ingraham inquired about it. “I don’t know,” Mr. Arroyo replied. It was all on You.” What followed was complete chaos.

“What was it that I had on me?”

“Ms. Ingraham inquired as to if she didn’t get the reference to the hit Netflix show. “What are you talking about?”

“The measles and vaccine episode was on You,” Mr. Arroyo responded, while Ms. Ingraham countered, “We never did measles and vaccine episode.” Is this some kind of joke? ”

“I know,” Mr. Arroyo said, frantically waving his arms in frustration. “It was on You. It was on You.”

But that didn’t help, and they continued with a conversation that resembled a scene from a sitcom rather than a primetime news show. Shortly after, the segment came to an end without a conclusion. The entire segment, which was shared on Twitter by radio personality Jay Lawrence, can be viewed here:

In just one day, the video has received over 6.3 million views.

Several viewers speculated that the entire event was staged. Penn Badgley, star of the Netflix hit You, appears to be of the same mind. “Definitely a bit,” Mr. Badgley said in a tweet. His delivery, on the other hand, is fantastic.”

You, a Netflix psychological thriller starring Penn Badgley as a serial killer, is currently streaming on Netflix. This year’s third season was released in October.

What do you guys think? Leave us a comment to share your thoughts.

RV Cuarto is the founder and editor-in-chief of EveryTechEver, a startup team of writers and researchers. He started in tech journalism in the early days of 2012 as the founder of the successful tech site Nokia Revolution. His belt of experience spans across the industry, from consumer electronics, data operations, and cloud computing, with several brands including Dell, Nokia, Realme, and Huawei. He is also an HIV advocate and a public speaker. He spends his free time singing, playing mobile games, and experimenting with new recipes in his kitchen. Follow him on Tiktok.

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‘Uncharted’ tops Presidents Day box office with $51M

Despite the fact that Tom Holland isn’t wearing his Spider-Man suit in “Uncharted,” the action-adventure is still doing well in North America.

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Despite the fact that Tom Holland isn’t wearing his Spider-Man costume in ‘Uncharted‘, the action film is still doing well in North America.

According to studio predictions released Sunday, the video game adaptation starring Holland and Mark Wahlberg would gross $51 million over Presidents Day weekend. The film is expected to generate $44.2 million from Friday to Sunday, putting it at No. 1 at the box office.

It’s the biggest opening weekend since “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” and it’s enough for the industry to breathe a sigh of relief, even if it’s not a superhero payday. ” In addition, it drew a small crowd and placed second.

The unpredictable nature of pandemic-era audiences made Uncharted a bit of a wild card, and the film’s bad critical reception had some going into the weekend with cautious hope. The Ruben Fleischer-directed film, which is based on a PlayStation game, premiered on 4,275 screens.

Mark Wahlberg, right, and Tom Holland appears in a scene from “Unchartered.” (Clay Enos/Columbia Pictures-Sony Pictures via AP)

In a statement, Josh Greenstein, the president of Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, said, “This result is yet another incredible testament to the hunger for the theatrical experience that Sony Pictures banked on.”

“Spider-Man: No Way Home,” a smashing blockbuster from Sony, was also released. “Late last year, it was only in theaters.” The Holland-led project has already grossed over $770 million in North America, making it the third highest-grossing domestic film of all time.

“Whether he’s Peter Parker or Nathan Drake, Tom Holland is a megastar,” said Paul Dergarabedian, Comscore’s senior media analyst. “Breaking out of that position and achieving great box office success outside of that is a tough go for many of the performers who have portrayed superheroes.”

Uncharted still has a long way to go to make up for its $120 million production expense, which will almost certainly be largely offset by overseas profits. Its global total has already reached $100 million, and unlike “Spider-Man,” “Uncharted” will have a Chinese release on March 14.

This weekend, Channing Tatum co-directed (with his longtime producing partner Reid Carolin) and starred in “Dog,” which was released on 3,677 screens. United Artists predicts a weekend take of $15.1 million and a total take of $18.1 million if Monday is included. In the film, Tatum portrays an Army ranger who is tasked with transporting a traumatized military dog from Oregon to Arizona for her handler’s funeral. Furthermore, it only cost $15 million to produce.

According to a PostTrak study, 53% of the audience for “Dog” on opening weekend was over 35 years old, and 54% were female.

It feels like 2019 all over again,” Dergarabedian added, referring to two films that did exceptionally well.

“Death on the Nile,” directed by Kenneth Branagh, came in fourth place with $6.3 million in its second weekend, trailing only “Spider-Man,” and “Jackass Forever” came in fifth with $5.2 million.

The momentum from this weekend, according to Dergarabedian, should be the “ideal leadup” to Warner Bros.’ “The Batman” on March 4, which is already highly anticipated.

“Consider how many people were exposed to trailers at the movies this weekend,” Dergarabedian remarked. “For ‘The Batman,’ this is fantastic news.”

According to Comscore, ticket sales in the United States and Canada are expected to be up from Friday to Sunday. On Monday we’ll see the announcement of the final domestic data.

1. “Uncharted,” $44.2 million.

2. “Dog,” $15.1 million.

3. “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” $7.2 million.

4. “Death on the Nile,” $6.3 million.

5. “Jackass Forever,” $5.2 million.

6. “Marry Me,” $3.7 million.

7. “Sing 2,” $2.8 million.

8. “Scream,” $2 million.

9. “Blacklight,” $1.8 million.

10. “The Cursed,” $1.7 million.

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What’s on the way to Netflix in the last week of February 2022?

What should you binge before the end of February?

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Welcome to a sneak peek at what’s coming to Netflix in February 2022, its final full week. This week is a lot quieter than usual, with most of the attention focused on the brand new Vikings spin-off Valhalla. From February 20th to February 27th, 2022, here’s what’s coming to Netflix.

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 1)

Coming to Netflix: Friday

The ambitious new historical drama from Netflix is the highlight of this week’s new Netflix releases. This series follows some of the most prolific Vikings in history and is set after the events of the history show Vikings.

The good news is that the show has already been renewed for a third season, so there will be plenty more to look forward to.

Halloween (2007)

Coming to Netflix: Monday

Though most of you will be streaming the brand new Texas Chainsaw Massacre film on Netflix, there’s scarier to come this week with the release of the 2007 Rob Zombie film Halloween on Netflix.

In this remake of the classic horror film, Michael Myers has escaped from a mental prison and returned home to more deadly mayhem.

Cat Burglar (Interactive Special)

Coming to Netflix: Tuesday

A new interactive special from the makers of Black Mirror is animated in the style of vintage cartoons like Looney Toons or even last week’s The Cuphead Show!

Despite the fact that the new special is just roughly 15 minutes long, there is a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes of animation for you to find.

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What’s coming on February 21st

  • Halloween (2007)

What’s coming on February 22nd

  • Blippi: The Musical (2022)
  • Cat Burglar (Interactive Special)
  • RACE: Bubba Wallace (2022) 

What’s coming on February 23rd

  • 11M: Terror in Madrid (2022)
  • jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy (Season 1 – Episode 2) 
  • Taarak Mehta KKA Chhota Chasmah (Season 1)
  • UFO (2022)

What’s coming on February 24th

  • Karma’s World Music Videos (2022)
  • Social Man (2022)

What’s coming on February 25th

  • Art & Tech (Season 2)
  • Back to 15 (Season 1)
  • Juvenile Justice (Season 1)
  • Merlí. Sapere Aude (Season 1) 
  • Restless (2022) 
  • The Fame Game (Season 1)
  • Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming (2022) 
  • Vikings: Valhalla (Season 1) 

Which of these flicks do you want to see or have already seen? Leave a comment below to let us know what you think.

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Spotify is testing with a TikTok-style video feed in its app

Spotify will soon feature short vertical clips similar to TikTok.

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Short vertical clips with iconic music playing in the background helped TikTok become a billion-dollar company. Spotify, the music streaming service, appears to be exploring a feature that displays a feed of vertical videos, emulating an empire that other digital businesses want to mimic.

Discover is the name of the functionality, which was discovered by Chris Messina in a Spotify TestFlight build (TestFlight is the iOS way for developers to release beta versions). In the app’s UI, there’s a new tab called Discover.

Users may navigate through clips by swiping vertically, and they can like a clip by pressing the heart button, a rather familiar design that clearly takes inspiration from TikTok.

When TechCrunch inquired about the Discover function, Spotify was terse, merely stating that it is a test to determine if the concept has any validity, implying that Discover may be scrapped before a wider rollout. Alternatively, if it proves to be popular, it could be made available to all users in a future update.

Spotify isn’t afraid to steal concepts from other businesses. Greenroom, a competitor to Clubhouse, was recently created, and it was also testing a Stories feature in January. Though it is far from alone in this, see, for example, Clubhouse is also a competitor of Twitter’s Spaces. Users may swipe vertically to explore between the clips and tap the heart icon to like a clip, a rather familiar layout that clearly takes inspiration from TikTok.

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