The 'Eternals' cast are pivoting to virtual appearances after possibly being exposed to COVID-19

Oct 20, 2021 17:00


The 'Eternals' cast won't be making in-person appearances to promote the Marvel movie currently after possible exposure to COVID-19. https://t.co/u3mRKJdGLx
- Entertainment Weekly (@EW) October 20, 2021
Last night, the Eternal stars withdrew last minute from the Elle Magazine‘s 2021 Women In Hollywood gala event due to potential exposure to someone ( Read more... )

salma hayek, red carpet and event, marvel, angelina jolie, covid-19, gemma chan

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bicth October 20 2021, 15:15:22 UTC



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ohwutevernvm October 20 2021, 15:19:30 UTC
OOF 😓

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melancolour October 20 2021, 15:20:28 UTC
I'd be so mad & scared if I were Angie and had brought all my kids to this event which was COVID exposed... hope they all have been vaccinated.

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fauxkaren October 20 2021, 15:52:03 UTC
Are all her kids old enough to be vaccinated? Are the twins 12? Am I old?

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melancolour October 20 2021, 15:57:08 UTC
I have no idea lol Angie's kids are like covid, big old mystery around how time flows with them

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marzipanism October 20 2021, 16:09:27 UTC
They are 13

D:

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whereisglory October 20 2021, 15:23:36 UTC
Ew, is that woman on the premiere pic wearing that ugly black and white bow dress from the met gala?

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aleksie October 20 2021, 15:32:33 UTC
I'm glad they canceled but I'm tired of people doing unnecessary in-person stuff. Sports, these celebrations.

I also learned that an acquaintance, fully vaxxed, got COVID and had be on oxygen. Luckily, he seems to be okay now. He's not young, but that's exactly why the fuck we as a society need to be careful.

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xtinkerbellax October 20 2021, 15:37:16 UTC
People really think it's over, just earlier I saw an acquaintance post about going to their first "post covid wedding". Our impatience will only hurt us in the long run.

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aleksie October 20 2021, 15:53:26 UTC
I'm still amazed how people are being, when they have more at stake than I do.

I live alone, I'm thin and have no pre-existing health conditions to my knowledge, and I'm no kind of caregiver. I see colleagues and friends who live with others, who are caregivers for kids or the elderly, etc. and it's like the pandemic ended.

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jinxeh13 October 20 2021, 16:18:25 UTC
For real. We had our wedding a couple of weekends ago, but kept it small and had everything outside. (OUTSIDE outside, not like "hermetically sealed tent" outside.) But one of his siblings had a large indoor wedding in July, and another is planning a huge indoor wedding for next year. Sometimes we feel like we're crazy, like we're the only ones being told that COVID is still a thing? Everyone is just so impatient, and willing to pretend like everything is fine again because they want to "get back to their lives."

I mean, I'm immunocompromised so I have to take it more seriously anyway. But even knowing I have health issues (lupus) some of his relatives have been really dismissive of that in the past, a lot of "well, this is just the new normal," and getting annoyed when we don't want to go to their indoor parties or meet them at bars on weekend nights. I'm glad you able-bodied people feel so confident, but a night out at a bar isn't worth MY life, so...

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