You have exactly five minutes after walking in to get over the initial discomfort of being the only white person in the room. Put your big girl/big guy panties on and power through because the weirder you make it, the weirder it will be for everyone. And take this as a minuscule introduction to the things your partner of color deals with every day.
Wearing a white linen shirt and flip flops with a venti Starbucks coffee in hand, Farrell seemed to be a simple man. But the salt and peppered color of his hair suggested wisdom, a man with years of experience and plenty to say.
The show was weird. It was uncomfortable. But it was authentic and captivating. That’s something I can definitely get behind.
Immersed in the amazing talent in front of me, I was on the verge of tears after realizing how monumental and inspirational that moment was— to have someone so successful and confident for curvy girls to look up to.
In less than two weeks, “IT Chapter Two,” the highly awaited finale to the highest grossing horror film of all time– hits theaters, and according to director Andrés Muschietti, fans are in for a treat.
“The crowds? No problem. The outfits? That kind of eccentricity is what I live for. The music? Not my favorite, but I’ve survived countless parties on frat row, so how bad could it be?” I thought.