Things We Saw Today: We Are All This Woman Double-Fisting Pizza on a Sports Kiss Cam
I try not to say this too lightly, but I truly believe that if any one of us were put under the excruciatingly awkward spotlight of a Kiss Cam, and we had food with us, we would all be this woman double-fisting slices of pizza like there was no tomorrow. Get your pizza on, lady. We salute you. (via Jezebel)
- Vogue says Rihanna’s newest video, “Needed Me,” has a real Spring Breakers vibe, with Rihanna playing a crime boss “out for revenge.” I don’t know about you but I am so down for that.
- Check it out: Her Universe is putting out an open call for hopeful fashion designers. They’re looking for people who want to see their fashions put on display at the Her Universe fashion show at San Diego Comic-Con this year. You can find more details over on the competition page. What’re you waiting for, go enter!
John Ramirez, an incredibly talented Disney Imagineer and story artist, shared a fun concept he had for a Totoro-themed ride. As a theme park design nerd, I absolutely geeked out at the details and similarities a ride like this has with current attractions (The Little Mermaid, The Haunted Mansion, etc.), as well as at the very thought of having a Totoro ride. Can… can we have this? Please? (via Kotaku)
- I’m pretty stoked for Keanu, so these images of the title character (the kitty named Keanu) posing with Method Man just made my day. Keanu is Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s newest collaboration. It’s a film about a guy who goes through a breakup, finds an adorable-as-hell kitten to console himself with, then finds out his kitty’s been kidnapped. It’s comedy, action, and cute kitten fun, and I can’t believe that those are some words I get to type now. Alright. (via Collider)
- Speaking of unbelievable words: the internet did what the internet does and it wrote a full-length Jeb Bush parody of Hamilton titled Jeb! The Musical. If you liked Hamilton, then you need to read this amazing piece of internet art. (via Twitter)
Plenty of stuff. What’d you see today?
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