Things We Saw Today: Drunk History Gives Us the Stonewall Lesson We Deserve
First of all, drunk Crissle West needs to be my best friend. Secondly, check out Drunk History‘s take on the Stonewall riots, which West not only tells entertainingly, but also stars trans actors in trans roles. Namely, Alexandra Grey as Marsha P. Johnson and Trace Lysette as Sylvia Rivera, both of whom feature prominently on Transparent this season. (via Collider)
- It’s all about Mulan these days! Both Disney and Sony are searching for Asian-American directors for their rival Mulan films. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) October 12, 2016
So…is this really what the election results would look like if only men voted? Because…yowza.
- Check out this awesome interview with Felicity Jones over at The Hollywood Reporter, where she talks about Rogue One‘s reshoots, and working with the late Anton Yelchin.
Check out the latest video in Feminist Frequency‘s “Ordinary Women” series. This one tells the story of Murasaki Shikibu, a Japanese aristocrat who ” wrote the first modern novel at a time when women’s names were rarely even written down.”
- David Oyelowo tells The Radio Times that “there is absolutely no excuse in a show like that why there aren’t more prominent characters of colour” on Game of Thrones.
And lastly, have you seen the newly-released Doctor Strange international trailer yet? Well here it is! (via MCU Exchange)
That’s it for this fine Wednesday, friends! What did you see today?
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