If you have not been feverishly refreshing 9to5 Mac for the very last two months alternatively of catching up with real news, there is dazzlingly tasty drama surrounding the push tour and release of the Olivia Wilde–directed thriller.
Rumors of rigidity among Wilde and Pugh, Wilde courting (or no extended courting?) star Harry Types, an complete side quest with Shia LeBeouf. So when the solid ultimately had to get together for the red carpet, Pugh goofing off with costars Chris Pine and Nick Kroll when not acknowledging Designs or Wilde was, uh…completely intriguing.
But the real star for me? Chris Pine’s crimson disposable digital camera.
This full Venice fiasco has turned Pine into something of a meme and cemented his place atop the Best Chris rankings. His elegant outfits, his relatable zoned-out look for the duration of a push meeting, and his expression when it appeared that Harry Types spit on him (something about 20% of the regular energetic users on Elon Musk’s Twitter have been clamoring for Styles to do to them for a long time) — terrific, we all like it, we like him and his vibes.
But for me? It’s his digicam. For decades, the phrase “the very best digital camera is the a person you have in your pocket” has been intended to justify using your smartphone digital camera about a different digital or movie camera. No for a longer time. I want a disposable camera in which I will not know what the images look like right up until two weeks following I don’t forget to consider it to CVS. I want to be astonished when they arrive out shitty or hauntingly beautiful. I want my expensive buddy Florence to question me to get doubles printed so I can give her copies.