Anya Taylor-Pleasure’s Twitter was hacked by somebody who actually desires a Queen’s Gambit sequel
Anya Taylor-Joy is feeling some Anya Taylor-Confusion and perhaps Anya Taylor-Anger after her Twitter account was hacked early Monday morning.
Fortunately, the hack was pretty innocuous given that is 2023, one other 12 months in a decade of rubbish fires; it merely learn “The Queen’s Gambit 2.”
The ominous however promising tweet was solely up for 10 minutes, throughout which hope of a second installment of Netflix’s acclaimed, award-winning restricted sequence flickered within the social media-sphere. Taylor-Pleasure, nonetheless, hasn’t tweeted since November 2020 and needed to debunk the tweet as pretend information.
“My Twitter has been hacked,” the (presumably) actual Anya Taylor-Pleasure shared on her Instagram stories, with a really cute image of a cat up to no good. “Apologies for all inconveniences, it isn’t me!”
Reps for Taylor-Pleasure didn’t instantly reply to EW’s request for remark.
The Queen’s Gambit was tailored from the 1983 novel of the identical title by Walter Tevis and went on to win 11 Emmys, including Outstanding Limited Series, on the 2021 ceremony. It not solely sparked curiosity within the sport of chess, but additionally — and extra importantly — in blunt bobs with bangs. Although Taylor-Pleasure obtained common popularity of her efficiency and received a number of accolades, together with a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, and a Critics Selection Award, she was finally checkmated by Kate Winslet and her impeccable southeastern Pennsylvania accent for Mare of Easttown.
However do not cry for Ms. Taylor-Pleasure, whose profession little doubt has a number of Oscars in its future. And as for the Queen, it is all the time a gambit while you give a restricted sequence, which by nature is meant for just one season, a second; generally you get a White Lotus, and generally you get a Large Little Lies. Nonetheless, because of the reputation of the Netflix sequence, Tevis’ novel is being adapted into a stage musical.
Let’s simply hope the urge to have dancing, human-sized chess items is completely prevented.
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