Things We Saw Today: Tina Fey and Martin Freeman Ask WTF?

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OK, so that’s not entirely accurate. Their new film is called Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (which is pretty much the same thing), and Paramount Pictures just released this first look at Fey and Freeman from the film. Check out more info and a full photo gallery at ComingSoon.net!

  • Do a lot of white millennials get help from their parents? Before you answer that, think about the flights home for the holidays, the phone bill, and other forms of informal help. OK, now answer that question. (via Jezebel)
  • In University Presidents Who Just Don’t Get It news, Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper told his students via blog post that school “is not a safe space.” (via Mediaite)

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Have you seen this awesome new poster for the upcoming X-Files miniseries? January can’t come fast enough! (via Nerdist)

  • Why aren’t more female makers submitting their portfolios to MIT? It’s the comments section, stupid. (via Make)
  • What has George Lucas missed since he stopped engaging with the internet in 2000? Mostly minions memes. And panda videos set to ODB songs. (via Uproxx)

We’ve mentioned Typecatting before. In this episode, its star – Mr. Boots – reviews Aziz Ansari’s Master of None, and talks about the dearth of animal representation. (via YouTube)

OK, I’ve done some heavy lifting – now it’s your turn. What’s shiny and chrome on the internet in your world today?

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