Things We Saw Today: Mariska Hargitay Reads The #Hamiltome
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Some of us have yet to get our hands on the #Hamiltome (otherwise known as Hamilton: The Revolution, which delves into the making of the famous musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and the history that was adapted to create the smash Broadway hit). Law & Order:SVU‘s Mariska Hargitay, a self-professed Hamilfan, was approached by Miranda himself to do some of the reading on the audiobook, and you can listen to an excerpt here. (via Entertainment Weekly)
- If you watched the newest episode of Outlander, check out an interview with costume designer Terry Dresbach about what went into the making of, ahem, the swan dress. (NSFW, just as a heads up.) (via Vanity Fair)
- I love this Han Solo and Leia Organa senior cosplay! (via GeekTyrant)
Check out this awesome Captain America: Civil War stop-motion animated short using Hot Toys action figures! (via GeekTyrant)
- The patent for the Wright Brothers’ plane was lost for over thirty years due to “clerical error”. Now that’s definitely something you wouldn’t want to include on a job resume. (via Gizmodo)
- Dan Stevens spoke about life post-Downton Abbey, how he prepared to sing in Beauty and the Beast, and his upcoming role in the Marvel series Legion on FX. (via THR)
What did you see today?
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