Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today – March 10
Introducing Twitter Spaces
Twitter is set to launch its new audio feature, Spaces, soon. The feature is built around the voices of the platform’s community, and will be live for as long as they’re open. Once ended, they will no longer be available publicly on Twitter. Spaces will also be subject to the same rules as the rest of the platform.
So, how do you start a Space? You can start a Space in two ways: Long press on compose and then tap the new Spaces icon on the far left.
Or, tap on your profile image in Fleets, scroll to the far right, and tap Spaces. You can invite up to 10 people to speak. This is your space to share thoughts, send emojis, and more. You can select who can join with speaking privileges by choosing from Everyone, People you follow, or Only people you invite to speak, which lets you send DM invites.
Your mic will be off to start. When ready, tap Start your Space. Allow mic access by toggling Allow mic access to on. Choose whether or not you want to Share transcriptions by toggling the button on or off, and get started recording in your Space.
Spaces is currently rolling out to a select group “to learn and gather feedback from a variety of communities on Twitter,” according to Twitter blog. While anyone on iOS will be able to join a Space, only people in the small group will be able to create Spaces.
Twitter Space is set to provide stiff competition to popular audio-based social media platform, Clubhouse.
What is Twitter Spaces? Everything You Need To Know
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— Satoshi (@Dmj_dev) March 9, 2021
twitter: we’re so happy to introduce spaces where people can verbally connect in groups! :p
the verbal connection in question: pic.twitter.com/AoBxj8mHsW
— carpet muncher🧃 (@lesfemmefataIe) March 10, 2021
Me being on twitter spaces as a listener pic.twitter.com/r834e3IxHw
— Julian: into the Julian-Verse | BLM (@cooljulian5) March 9, 2021
Powerpuff Girls Live-Action Cast Confirmed
It’s all about the sugar, spice and everything nice. Dove Cameron, Chloe Bennet and Yana Perrault have been announced as the lead cast for Powerpuff Girls upcoming live-action series. Based on the Craig McCracken-created classic, Cameron will star as Bubbles, whereas Bennet and Perrault will take on the roles of Blossom and Buttercup, respectively.
“I cannot WAIT for you guys to see this show,” Cameron tweeted on Tuesday after the announcement. “The script is unreal, i don’t think I’ve ever laughed out loud so much reading anything. without giving anything away, as a huge fan of the cartoon, this script is my true fantasy . !! stay tuuuuuuneddd.”
Bennet tweeted a GIF of Blossom with the caption, “i’m a heckin’ powerpuff girl now wtf (!!!!)”, while Perrault wrote on Instagram, “Bag secured”.
Per the synopsis, the live-action remake will follow the girls, who “used to be America’s pint-sized superheroes, becoming disillusioned twentysomethings who resent having lost their childhood to crime fighting. Will they agree to reunite now that the world needs them more than ever?”
Sugar, spice, and everything nice! Chloe Bennett, Dove Cameron, and Yana Perrault have been cast as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup in The CW’s live-action #PowerpuffGirls series. pic.twitter.com/709luEByPw
— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) March 9, 2021
— Sarie (@CrazyGirlVids) March 9, 2021
Not sure about CW’s new version of The Powerpuff Girls pic.twitter.com/bPhodAKxks
— Ziggy (@mrjafri) March 10, 2021
Them Anthology Series Trailer Released
Amazon Prime Video has released the official trailer for Them. The limited anthology series will explore terror in America.
The first season, 1950s-set covenant centers around a Black family who move from North Carolina to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood during the period known as The Great Migration. The family’s idyllic home becomes ground zero where malevolent forces, next door and otherworldly, threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them.
Them premieres April 9th exclusively on the streaming platform. Check out the trailer and official poster below.
— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) March 10, 2021
Here’s the poster for Amazon Prime’s Them. #TheHorrorReturnsPodcast #TheHorrorReturns #THRPodcastNetwork #Horror #HorrorMovies #HorrorFilms #HorrorTV #HorrorSeries #HorrorPodcast #Them #Amazon #AmazonPrime #AmazonOriginal pic.twitter.com/NNwtVvXeWn
— The Horror Returns (@horror_returns) March 9, 2021