Things We Saw Today: A Shiny, So Chrome Furiosa the Riveter Cosplay
This “Furiosa the Riveter” cosplay from Wizard World Portland is really something else, isn’t it? It’s the best mashup of some amazing women, and it just makes us so happy. (via Downen Creative Studios Facebook)
- Speaking of amazing women, Take Part put together a list of five of the developing world’s best women scientists. You 100% need to remember these names: Rabia Salihu Sai’id, Mojisola Usikalu, Nashwa Eassa, Mojisola Oluwyemisi Adeniyi, and Dang Thi Oanh. Check out the full list for why over at Take Part.
- Go and check out the trailer for Wedlocked, a “farcical comedy that takes on the ridiculous laws governing gay divorce.” Plenty of movies have been made about marriage–check out this one’s take on divorce.
If you, like me, have spent inordinate amounts of time wondering about what your favorite movies would be like as musicals, then let me tell you: friend, you and I need help. But until we find help for our obsessions, we have this trailer of The Martian recut as a musical comedy. Someone alert the Tony Awards.
- DC fans, your moment has arrived: Justice League has received a shooting date. The movie will begin shooting on April 11th, just after Batman v Superman hits theaters. They’re aiming for a Nov. 17th, 2017 release date, and I think they might just hit it, folks. What do you think about this? (via Entertainment Weekly [warning: autoplay video])
- More developments in the DC universe: Vanessa Hudgens was just cast as Emily Locke in DC’s latest project, Powerless. It’s a workplace comedy set in the DC Universe, and Locke is an “insurance claims adjuster who loves her job because she gets to help people.” She also “likes to fly under the radar and just get her work done,” and “finds herself increasingly exasperated by the disruptive antics of the various Super Heroes that proliferate in her city.” Hm… intriguing premise, no? (via CBR)
That does it for us today. What’d you see, folks? Let us know in the comments!
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