Things We Saw Today: Tituss Burgess Serenades Us All With “Kiss The Girl”
Tituss Burgess and John Stamos appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and, first off, they each answered a very important question about where they would and wouldn’t travel if they had the ability to fly. Then, Stamos convinced Burgess to show off his incredible singing chops by singing The Little Mermaid‘s classic romantic ballad, “Kiss the Girl.” Stamos and Corden did the back-ups while Burgess takes the lead. It’s just as delightful as you’d hoped it would be. (via Vulture)
- Ben Ramsey, the screenwriter of Dragonball Evolution, has just issued an apology for penning such a disappointing adaptation of the beloved show. Sure, that movie came out seven years ago. But it’s still nice to hear an apology, y’know? If you saw the movie (I did), then you’ll understand why this apology is still necessary. And also appreciated, even if it is a bit late. (via CBR)
- Speaking of digging up stories from the late aughts, Vox found a Zack Snyder interview from 2008 in which he paints a horrifying picture of the vision he had in mind for the DC movies. And that vision came to pass, I guess!
- Melissa McCarthy wasn’t a fan of the first Ghostbusters trailer, calling it “very confusing.” (via The AV Club)
- Afeni Shakur Davis, mother of Tupac Shakur, has passed away at age 69. (via Billboard)
- Captain America: Civil War directors Anthony and Joe Russo continue to push for diversity in the MCU, telling Collider that they “think the chances are strong” that an LGBT character could appear in a future Marvel movie. But hey, they’ve also been pushing for a Black Widow feature film, and there’s still no word of that on the horizon either, but … we can hope, right? (via Heroic Hollywood)
What’d you see out there on the internet today?
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