"Mr. Father Tom, who was our priest he was very, very kind and nice and he gave me a rosary that was blessed by the Pope Francis, " Grace tells the group of reporters. "He brought holy water and he recited this prayer in the artifact room. And he blessed me and co stars Madison Inman and Katie Sarife ... It was a really cool experience. "It was also a matter of life imitating art. The trailer for Annabelle Comes Home, the third film in the franchise (out June 28), starts off with The Conjuring's paranormal investigator couple Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) bringing home the possessed toy doll and having a priest bless it behind a sacred glass case in their artifact room. Grace plays Judy Warren, the couple's 10 year old daughter who becomes Annabelle's next target, along with her babysitters Mary Ellen (Inman) and Daniela (Sarife).
Make no mistake, I'm fully invested in Rick as a character and watching Lincoln's gut wrenching performance over the past few seasons especially in Season 8, when he had to face the death of his son, Carl has been nothing short of riveting. But after everything Rick has been through, all the people he's loved and lost, and all the compromises he's had to make, it seems like the right time to let the cowboy hang up his hat and walk off into the sunset to reunite with "Coral" and Lori in the great beyond. (Sure, it'd suck for Judith, but we all know she's not Rick's anyway Daryl and Michonne have proven to be excellent babysitters.) Honestly, it would've been a better time to let Rick die last season, as the show seemed to be heavily foreshadowing before pulling the ol' bait and switch with Carl. But hey, better late than never?Killing Rick now after he's arguably faced his greatest challenge by defeating Negan without killing him in cold blood could allow the character to go out with some integrity, especially after he basically crossed the line into villain territory last season by tricking and straight up murdering some of the Saviors. After losing his wife, one of his oldest friends, and his son, yet somehow still managing to claw back his humanity and show mercy to his enemy, is there really anywhere else for our hero to go without either retreading old ground or further betraying his principles? Lincoln seems to think not.
Apparently, Trump Jr. wanted to ditch his babysitters because he had privacy concerns, which is basically the shadiest excuse anyone could possibly give for not wanting to be followed around by government agents. The New York Times believes that he wanted privacy so he could go camping and hunting without having to worry about the Secret Service, but it s hard not to interpret this as him not wanting people looking over his shoulder or keeping an official record of which high ranking members of the Russian government he may be meeting with.