At 49-years-old Jennifer Lopez is as stunning as she has ever been. She’s always been beautiful, but you have to admit that as she’s gotten older she owns her beauty more. It’s like she showers in confidence every morning and drips sexiness wherever she goes.
This month in an interview with W J.Lo revealed why as women age, some of them tend to gravitate toward dating younger men. She says:
“Men in their 20s are very confident and cocky, and women are super insecure. And then it flips: Men get super insecure, and women get comfortable in their own skin, in a way that makes them more beautiful.”
She also opened up about her insecurities and when she started oozing all this confidence:
“I never appreciated my body or my looks when I was in my 20s. Now I’m like, Look at me! Look at you! Not in a conceited or arrogant way — I just appreciate myself in a way I didn’t when I was that age. And it’s not about perfection. I like the scars that I have.”
Last year, Marvel announced they were bringing a live-action version of Brian K. Vaughn’s “Runaways” comic book series to Hulu. Fans were excited, but one piece of the puzzle was still missing: which characters would make the cut?
This week, Marvel and Hulu finally spilled the beans on the characters and the actors who will play them.
According to Marvel, Rhenzy Feliz will play Alex Wilder, “a loud-and-proud nerd.” Lyrica Okano plays Nico Minoru, the model of toughness, independence, and gothness. Virginia Gardner will be Karolina Dean, the seemingly perfect girl, but deeply conflicted. And Gregg Sulkin will try his hand at portraying the brilliant Chase Stein.
But the best news is that Ariela Barer will play Gert Yorkes.
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Gert Yorkes is endowed with some low-key telepathy, and her parents are accomplished time travelers. The official Marvel page describes her as the “contemporary riot grrrl” of the group.
You may recognize Barer from her role as Carmen on “One Day At A Time.”
The official Marvel website describes Molly Hernandez as “the youngest and most innocent member of her friend group, [known] for her peppy positivity and a deep yearning to belong.” In the comics, Molly is about 11 years old and endowed with superhuman strength. One other difference between the comic and the live-action series: Acosta‘s IMDB lists her age as 14 years old IRL.
No official reason has been given for why Molly’s last name was changed to Hernandez.