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70 Group Chat Names For Sisters Who Are Always Texting Their Butter Halves

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Your sisters were your first friends, and now, they’re your forever friends. You’re texting back and forth on the regular, which is why there’s no better time than the present to solidify your favorite crew of humans with one of these group chat names for sisters. You know a chat that’s constantly lighting up your phone needs an official name, and it should be something more than just “My Sisters.”

Your sister chat is where you laugh at hilarious texts you receive from your parents, plan your holiday trips back home, and share funny memes only your family would understand. It’s a special outlet you go to when you just need to vent or spill the tea. Your sisters are always there for you, whether you live long-distance or right down the hall from each other. That’s why you need to show your group chat as much love as you have for each other.

If you’re always reminiscing on embarrassing stories from your childhood and laughing at inside jokes, you need a name that will make you LOL like a quality sister pun. If they’re your ride or dies for life, you’ll want a name that shines with familial pride. You can also choose a name based on how many of you there, like “The Fantastic Four.” Since you’re usually on the same page, picking out a name is as easy as sending out this list of 70 sister group chat names and voting on your faves.

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1. The Sibs

2. My Sister Lining

3. Butter Than Ever

4. Sister Crew

5. You Can’t Sip With Us

6. The Kids Table 4 Life

7. Sister, Sister

8. My Sea-Stars

9. Give Me Back My Sweater

10. Sisters Only

11. Family Secrets Inside

12. Besties 4 Life

13. My First Friends

14. The Trio

15. The Three Musketeers

16. Fantastic Four

17. Hanson Sisters

18. Spice Girls

19. The Queen Bees

20. Nacho Average Sisters

21. I Carrot Lot About You

22. Love You From My Head Tomatoes

23. My Butter Halves

24. Hey Soul Sister — Train, “Hey, Soul Sister”

25. Love A Waffle Lot

26. Sister Secrets

27. We Share Clothes

28. All Good In The Sisterhood

29. Don’t Mess With Us

30. Tea-rific Sisters

31. My Role Models

32. My Otter Halves

33. Sisters Before Misters

34. Lettuce Chat

35. Everyone Romaine Calm

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36. Spill The Beans

37. Souper Sisters

38. My Favorite Human Beans

39. World’s Best Sisters

40. Shrimply The Best

41. Llamazing Sisters

42. Berry Best Sisters

43. I Love You S’more

44. Power Puff Girls

45. Gossip Girls

46. Family Bonding Time

47. Purrfect Sisters

48. Apples From The Same Tree

49. We’re Not Twins, We’re Sisters

50. Good Genes

51. Don’t Tell Mom

52. My Cheerleaders

53. My Support Bras

54. Watts Up Sisters

55. We Are Family — Sister Sledge, “We Are Family”

56. Yoda Best Sisters

57. We Were Mermaid To Be Sisters

58. Family Reunion Stars

59. Let’s Start A Band

60. Kind Of A Big Dill

61. Hot Tea Found Here

62. Sister Chats

63. Sister Sesh

64. Same Roots

65. The Avocado To My Toast

66. Sister Connection

67. Sister Club

68. My Witches

69. Let’s Taco Bout Family

70. The She To My Nanigans

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How the Rogue Warfare team made the action trilogy – Exclusive interview

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I did a set visit in Vancouver to Elektra several years ago and I see that you did some fight coordinating on that. I loved the fighting in Elektra

Mike: Oh, thanks. I’ve kind of worked my way through the ranks. I started as a stand-in on my very first movie, all the way up to now directing and producing. 

You also worked on several of the Joss Whedon-produced TV shows, like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Dollhouse

Mike: Yeah, I was just a stuntman. You really learn your craft that way, on both sides of the camera.

Having worked different jobs on productions undoubtedly helps as a director, right? 

Mike: Yep, it really helps. Like I always say, I think it’s the same tree, just different branches. So it’s a different branch, but it’s just a separate branch on the same tree. Your goal is to make the coolest, [most] authentic movie you can with what you have. It helps to have a producer like Andrew that sees that from all aspects. Otherwise, you can just have a guy that’s just dealing with money and is not creative. Sometimes we were faced with situations that we had in our head that we wanted and then realized we didn’t have the money, and we came up with an idea based on the challenges of not having money, and it turned out to be a better idea.

I often point to the Halloween movies. The original’s the best, and that was the one that was made for no money in a very short period of time on basically the same block in Pasadena. The limited resources, I think, in some of those instances helped create some brilliance.

Mike: So true. Right. Yeah.

In terms of actors that perform some of their stunts, which actors surprised you? As far as like, “Oh wow, this actor could be a stunt performer if insurance would allow it.”

Mike: Will Yun Lee, he’s an amazing actor, but he’s also very physical, and he comes from a physical background. I met him early in his career. He would definitely be a standout. Rory Markham did an amazing job physically, which I think some guys just have that kind of feel about them, and it worked in that role. It was a very physical role.

What about from other stuff you’ve worked on? Who stood out?

Mike: Well, I mean, I got to tell you, Jennifer Garner, probably to this day is one of my favorites. She was the first to show up, last to leave. I’ve never seen a person work harder, and she was all about, “I want to do everything myself.” Channing Tatum [was] the same way. I think when we did the fighting, he wanted to be in every scene. So there are people out there that are just like, “Nope, I signed for this movie to do this job.”

Rogue Warfare, Rogue Warfare: The Hunt, and Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation are now available on Netflix.

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Emily in Paris: Lily Collins Previews Her ‘Absolute Dream’ Parisian Adventure

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When it comes to dream TV roles for an actress, you could argue that it doesn’t get much better than Emily in Paris. After all, the new Netflix comedy (10 episodes premiere this Friday) hails from Sex and the City and Younger creator/hitmaker Darren Star. Plus, the series filmed on location in the French capital, and the fashion is covet-worthy.

“It definitely was an experience I never saw coming,” title star Lily Collins tells TVLine. “When I heard about the show and read the pilot, and I saw that Darren was doing it, and it was being shot entirely in Paris, and when he mentioned to me that [Sex and the City‘s] Patricia Field would most likely be doing costumes, I thought, ‘There’s just no way. There’s no way that this recipe is actually coming to fruition.’ I thought this is an absolute dream and something that I would have binged when it came out. So to be a part of it in this way is so special.”

Below, Collins shares how Emily — a Chicago marketing exec who gets a job at a boutique Parisian firm — compares to Star’s other female lead characters and previews Emily’s busy romantic life in the City of Love.

TVLINE | What qualities do you feel like Emily shares with the heroines from Darren’s other shows?
Emily is very passionate. She’s very work-driven and determined. She’s very smart, and she’s also witty, with a little bit of sass. Darren has created these characters that emulate all types of personalities, and I love that, because modern women have all these different types of personalities. Darren also makes sure that his women are fully rounded, and they’re in on the joke as much as they are the joke sometimes. Like, Emily is obviously in on the humor of the situation, but at the same time she falls into the situation of being laughed at, and she takes it in stride because she’s strong and resilient. I love the fact that she also has a bit of sass and stuff, too.

TVLINE | Is there any character from Sex in the City or Younger that you think Emily would be friends with?
I think Emily, like myself, definitely grew up loving Carrie Bradshaw. I think she was a huge Sex in the City [fan]. I think she had posters on her walls and things saved in her phone and favorite episodes of shows and movies, and I really believe that when she finds out she’s going to Paris, she does think about all these images she’s seen over the years and characters that she’s watched and loved so much, and thinks, “Wow, it’s now my chance. I get to go and experience this like those characters would have.”

TVLINE | Was there a memorable experience while filming on location that really stands out for you, where something went awry or something unexpected happened?
One of the most special times of shooting was when we got to take over the Paris Opera House and shoot there at night. I was wearing this beautiful gown and this gorgeous headpiece. It was reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn, kind of a nod to her. We got to shoot all by ourselves there, and it was just so magical to be running around. When I wasn’t filming, I was just wearing, like, hotel slippers with this ball gown, taking it all in and being like, “This is a dream. What is going on?!” To be able to sit in the velvet seats and be surrounded by that history, and look up and see the gorgeous paintings on the ceiling….

At the end of one night, we een got to go down to the very, very bottom, to the basement, where there’s, like, a water reserve. I don’t know what it’s called, but it’s there’s these underwater-like caves that are beneath the Paris Opera House, and there are little fish…. We got to go climb all the way down at like four in the morning and look at that. It was really kind of amazing.

Emily in Paris GabrielTVLINE | Paris is the City of Love, and there’s certainly plenty of men in Emily’s life. What can you say about her love life and, in particular, the very charming downstairs neighbor who’s also a chef — which is like the jackpot?
It was really important for us to show her as someone who is really going on this journey in the City of Love, finding and loving herself more than anything — and through that journey, she meets all these possible suitors. Some have more comedic endings than others, and some are just fleeting moments that you think, “Oh, this is going to be a series regular”… and then all of a sudden, it ends, and you’re like, “Ooh, and then that just happened!”

Emily’s in a serious relationship when she goes to Paris, and then when she realizes that he’s just not willing to give to her what she would do for him, she chooses herself and her life and her experiences. She goes into this new Paris life as a very independent young woman who is ready to experience life and take on her job and whatever else comes her way.

That being said, as she’s finding herself and having these experiences, she starts to become open to other possibilities, and that comes with work experiences, that comes with friendships, and then, of course, that comes with romance. Because like you said, it’s Paris, and what would Paris be without a little romance? So she finds herself in these funny situations where sometimes the cultural differences or miscommunications [reveal they are] just not the right men for her. She strikes up a friendship with Gabriel (played by Lucas Bravo), and she strikes up a friendship with Gabriel’s girlfriend (Camille Razat) and doesn’t realize it, and so that adds a little wrench to the situation. But I think she’s just looking for herself and what makes her feel whole, and along the way she has these experiences that I think a lot of people can relate to.

What I love about the way Emily deals with them is that she really does put herself first, and she doesn’t question who she is in determining whether or not someone’s right for her. Or if something feels inappropriate or wrong, she says it, and she moves on instead of trying to make a situation work. Because she tried to make the situation work with her boyfriend from Chicago, but realized that he was just not willing to do the same. So like I said, she put herself first. It’s really lovely to play a character that is falling in love with herself first and foremost.

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