Kumail Nanjiani's Tweets About The Coronavirus Are A Helpful Reminder To Keep Wearing Masks And Socially Distancing
“I feel like I work really hard to keep all these doors closed in my mind, to try and keep all these scary/sad/devastating thoughts out of my head. ... Most days it works. But not today."
"The most human contact I get these days."
"I can't imagine ever shaking another hand."
"WHAT DAY IS IT EVEN?"
"Give me a few years, I've got some big plans."
The truth is in the French fries. ;]
These men have NO RIGHT! 😭
"It’s not really representing real life," Pearce told BuzzFeed News.
You absolutely need to take this quiz.
I need to sit down.
"I would not have been able to do this if I didn’t have a full year with the best trainers and nutritionists paid for by the biggest studio in the world."
"Don’t believe everything you read on the internet, kids."
From Captain Marvel to The Lion King, and Us to Pokémon Detective Pikachu, there are a lot of new films to be excited about this year. In chronological order!
Try not to overthink your selections, OK?
This will be THAT season!
"To all the dreamers out there, we stand with you."
And the celebs did not disappoint! #PuberMe
These actors got totally righteous at BuzzFeed’s Comic-Con suite.
350 tweets and counting.
While projects like The Big Sick, Master of None, and Homecoming King offer welcome depiction of brown Muslim men in love, the characters pursue white women at the expense of women of color.
The creators are ready to take their learnings for a spin around Erlich Bachman’s living room.
"I’m all about unity. I’m all about love. And I want my people to be good.”
Kumail Nanjiani's winning The Big Sick brings something fresh to the comedian-grows-up genre.
"We can't let hate/racism/bigotry/sexism be normalized. If something happens, be safe, but let it be known we won't stand for this."
On any given week in Hollywood, untold numbers of comics toil away on projects big and small, experimental and conventional, availing themselves of the new and novel ways their work can be seen. Ride along for a hectic sampling of one of those weeks.
"Silicon Valley" actor Kumail Nanjiani is working for a much-hyped e-commerce startup.