Jordan Peele had the perfect response to a viral tweet about one of his outfits

Does this outfit look familiar to you?
Does this outfit look familiar to you?
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Jordan Peele recently told Mashable that everything in his latest movie, Us, is deliberate.

Could the same also be said for his fashion choices?

The writer/director attended a UK junket to promote his new movie, and dressed in a checkered shirt and a red jacket for the occasion. 

And it wasn’t long before someone on Twitter made an interesting connection.

The picture on the left is from Mashable’s interview with Peele; the image on the right is Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson) in The Shining.

On Wednesday afternoon, Peele responded.

Is that quote from The Shining an indication that Peele’s outfit choice was deliberate?

Well, judging by the scarf he’s wearing in this image tweeted by Lupita Nyong’o last night, it certainly seems likely.

We see what you’re up to, Peele.

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Kaia's motion-tracking workout app remembers which rep you're on


Kaia Health

Kaia Health caught our attention last year with an app that tracks your motion using your phone’s camera in a bid to help you achieve perfect squat form, though we found it didn’t quite hit the mark. Still, Kaia is elevating the concept with an updated version called Kaia Personal Trainer. It says the app will track your exercises and reps, create workout plans tailored to you and offer audio feedback in real time.

It doesn’t need any equipment other than an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12 (an Android version will arrive in the next few months), though you might still opt to use a fitness tracker. Once you get into position around seven feet away from your device, the app’s AI uses a 16-point system to compare the way you move to optimal movement, looking at factors including the positions and angles of your limbs and joints. The app will tweak the difficulty level and exercises based on your feedback.

Kaia Personal Trainer is available through the App Store. In the US, there’s a seven-day trial, then the app costs $29.99 for three months. For the time being, it’s free outside of the US.

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Microsoft is bringing its Defender antivirus software to the Mac

Microsoft is bringing its Windows Defender antivirus software to macOS today. The software giant is renaming Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) as a result. Microsoft has created a dedicated Defender ATP client for Mac, and it offers full virus and threat protection mixed with the usual ability to perform quick or full scans.

A limited preview will be available for businesses to try out the antivirus protection in environments that have a mix of both Windows PCs and Macs. Microsoft is using its AutoUpdate software on macOS to keep the client up to date, and it will be available on devices running macOS Mojave, macOS High Sierra, or macOS Sierra.


As ATP is limited to businesses, it’s not clear if Microsoft is also planning to bring a consumer version of Microsoft Defender over to the Mac. Defender is currently built into Windows 10, offering antivirus protection by default. Either way, Microsoft is offering a limited preview to Microsoft Defender ATP customers, and you can sign up here.

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Telltale's 'The Walking Dead' delivers its final episode next week

The final season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series will come to an end next week, when the fourth and last episode is released by TWD creator Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Games. When Telltale Games virtually shut down and laid off everyone working on the project any release of the game’s finale seemed in doubt, but then Skybound announced plans to complete the series with participation from “many of the talented, passionate team members” who originally worked on it.

For players, they’ll be able to end Clementine’s story leading a community of lost children fighting through a world infested with zombies. After years of following along it will hopefully be a satisfying ending, despite everything that transpired at the game’s studio and its impact on developers. There’s a brief trailer that shouldn’t give away too much about the story, but you can play it yourself on March 26th when its released on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and on PC via the Epic Games Store.

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Apple rolls out pastel Watch bands and iPhone cases for spring


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Apple has revealed new Watch bands and iPhone cases for spring, and they sure look like an explosion of colorful pastel hues to fit the season. You can now get an iPhone XS or XS Max silicone case ($39) in Spearmint, Papaya and Delft Blue, and the XS Smart Battery Case ($129) in Pink Sand. Meanwhile, the iPhone XS Max Leather Folio ($129) and Case ($49), as well as the iPhone XS Leather Folio ($99) and Case ($49), are now available in Lilac, Sunset and Cornflower.

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Apple also designed the new Watch bands to match the color of the springtime cases. If you’re looking to buy a new Sports Band ($49), you’ll now find Delft Blue, Papaya and Spearmint as some of your options. The new Sports Loops ($49), on the other hand, come in Cerulean, Papaya, Spearmint and Lilac.

AppleYou can get Modern Buckle ($149) in Cornflower, Sunset and Lilac or Leather Loop ($149) in Cornflower and Sunset, as well. Nike+ Sport Bands are now available in Black/Hyper Grape, Teal Tint/Tropical Twist and Spruce Fog/Vintage Lichen color combinations, while Nike+ Sports Loops are available in single colors of Hyper Grape, Teal Tint and Spruce Fog.

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Finally, the lineup includes new Watch Hermès Double Tour ($489) and and Single Tour ($339) bands in Rose Sakura/Craie/Argile and Bleu Iin/Craie/Bleu du nord tri-color gradients. Apple will roll out matching faces for these bands as part of watchOS 5.2, which could be due sometime after Apple’s March 25th event. For now, you can grab any of the bands and cases from Apple’s website, though they’re also making their way to brick-and-mortar stores, retailers and carriers later this month.

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