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Things We Saw Today: Celebrities Rally for Tribute to Pulse Orlando Shooting Victims

Ryan Murphy and some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities got together with the Human Rights Campaign to create a video tribute to the 49 victims of the Pulse Orlando shooting. Clocking in at 18 minutes long, it’s a heck of a powerful video filled with celebrities like Sofia Vergara, Lady Gaga, Chris Pine, Lea Michele, Kid Cudi, and Caitlyn Jenner. (via The Daily Dot)

  • A hopeful politician just dropped the ball by quoting the wrong Hamilton in a targeted message to his opponent. Oliver Rosenberg called out New York Representative Jerrold Nadler by quoting a line from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, not Alexander Hamilton the person. It wasn’t a reference, because, well, it was just given so earnestly. (via The Slot)
  • Chrisitan/Catholic/otherwise Jesus-focused religious VR, folks, this one’s for you: there’s a virtual reality movie about Jesus coming out this Christmas. (via Variety)
  • Vaguely, tangentially, kind of not really related to that: AMC’s Preacher just got renewed for a second season. Where’s the virtual reality version of that? (via Deadline)

Classic Spider-Man animated series fans, here you go. It’s an hour-long block of old Spider-Man Animated Series music. Sit back, pull up your favorite awkward Spider-Man GIFs, and enjoy. (via Geek)

Want to challenge your beer pong buddies to an advanced-level game? Put away your quidditch rules, this here’s Roomba Beer Pong. (via Laughing Squid)

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