Things We Saw Today: Guillermo del Toro’s Tequila Is Something Right Out of a del Toro Movie
Patrón and director Guillermo del Toro collaborated on a special tequila that looks like something straight out of a del Toro movie. “Tequila courses through the veins of my native land, Jalisco. It represents a communion between spirit and earth, steeped in time and tradition, and a source of pride that roots us and defines us both,” he says. “Through the years, I have been offered many collaborations in designing and executing different products. I have never been tempted. This creation has been an adventure, and a privilege.”
While somewhat pricey, this is definitely a special, once-in-a-lifetime treat for anyone who loves both tequila and del Toro. What I’m saying, is please pretty please buy me these tequila and I will adore you forever. (via /Film)
- Adam Ruins Everything’s next target is fine art. In this clip, Adam shares exactly what made Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa the phenomenon it is today. Spoilers: it’s a pretty recent thing.
- Ruth Negga has signed on to play a role in James Gray’s sci-fi epic, Ad Astra, which also stars Brad Pitt. (via Geek of Color)
- Star! Wars! Shoes! (via Nerdist)
A film w/ a Black lead, Black writer/director AND it’s about RACE. Everything we were ever told about “what sells & what doesn’t” was a lie. https://t.co/SkTDAzbsJa
— Reagan Gomez (@ReaganGomez) August 7, 2017
- Maya Rudolph will play Ralphie’s mother in Fox’s live production of the musical adaptation of A Christmas Story. (via Vulture)
- Have you seen Overwatch‘s Summer Games trailer, which shows off “40 new seasonal items—including legendary skins like Winged Victory Mercy, Grillmaster: 76, and Lifeguard McCree—alongside all your favorite summer gear from last year”?
Tom Holland has confirmed in an Instagram post that he is, indeed, hiding a frog in his mouth. As if we didn’t all already know.
What kind of frog-related or non-frog-related things did you see today?
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