Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- July 13

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Posted: July 13, 2020

‘Bird Box 2’ in Development

A sequel to Bird Box, Netflix’s hit 2018 movie, might be coming soon. The announcement was made by Josh Malerman, the author of the 2014 novel “Bird Box”, during an interview promoting the book’s sequel – coming  out on July 21. On a movie adaptation of the upcoming novel, Malerman said, “I can’t say much, but I can say that it is in development. Sometimes it’s weird, all this secrecy, but I’m game.”

The 2018 horror-thriller stars Sandra Bullock as Malorie, a mother of two who makes a desperate bid to reach safety, five years after an ominous unseen presence drives most of society to suicide. Netflix has not made an official announcement, but Malerman’s “slip of the tongue” got the internet talking.

‘Far Cry 6’ Game Trailer Released

The official world premiere trailer for Ubisoft’s game “Far Cry 6” has been released. The cinematic trailer gives us a glimpse into the cast including Esposito and Diego Castillo (Anthony Gonzalez from Disney’s “Coco”). The first “Far Cry” was released in March 2004 to much success of its preceding games. “Far Cry 6” launches February 18th,2021 on major gaming consoles including Xbox, Stadia, PlayStations 4 and 5.

Natalie Tewa Allegedly the Mysterious Dubai Lady

Natalie Tewa has allegedly been identified as the lady behind the Dubai handbag saga, thanks to citizen journalist Edgar Obare. The latest revelation comes just days after fans drew speculations that media personality Betty Kyallo had traveled to the UAE city, in company of two influential politicians.

Mr. Obare shared a screenshot of the YouTuber’s visa and passport from one of his followers, claiming she was the mysterious lady behind a brown handbag everyone was talking about in recent days. On Sunday afternoon, Natalie broke her silence in a now-edited Instagram caption which read, “Some people have too much time hey”. Here are some of the reactions;

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