Things We Saw Today: Dr. Jillian Holtzmann Style Guide
If you’ve ever wanted to dress up as your favorite Ghostbuster, then look no further. Autostraddle’s got your back with this handy-dandy guide on how to dress like Dr. Jillian Holtzmann. What, Holtzmann’s not your fave? Uh-huh, sure. I believe you.
- Speaking of sequels, fans are totally spending hella moneys on the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book. Don’t look so surprised. (via HitFix)
- Have you watched Stranger Things yet? If not, you better catch up, because apparently the Duffer Brothers already have their sights set on a second season (which they’re calling a sequel). (via /Film)
Speaking of Stranger Things, Noisey’s interview with the band behind the oh-so-deliciously-80s soundtrack is absolutely fantastic. If you really dig 80s synth-inspired moody John Carpenter movie-like music, then you should give it a read through. (via Nerdist)
- Japan has urged its citizens to stop playing Pokemon Go in the Fukushima disaster zone. You know, when I said maybe don’t play Pokemon Go in dangerous places, I really wasn’t kidding. (via Geekologie)
- Make sure you say goodbye and goodnight to the Philae comet lander, as we likely won’t be in contact with it ever again. Due to some equipment failures, it’s technically been out of contact for some time, but now the ESA is taking down the Electrical Support System Processor Unit aboard the Rosetta spacecraft, breaking our link to the little lander forever. (via The Verge)
What’d you see today, pals?
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