Things We Saw Today: Ariel Totally Had Legal Recourse Against Ursula in The Little Mermaid
one of the cutest/saddest things I ever did was write out the legal ways Ariel could have annulled her contract with Ursula The Sea Witch pic.twitter.com/xyaGiuXW5U
— shon faye (@shonfaye) November 2, 2016
Always consult legal counsel, my friends! As it turns out, Ariel totally had several options when it came to her contract with Ursula the Sea Witch. @shonfaye on Twitter tells us what they were.
- Meryl Streep will be awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Golden Globes! (via Deadline Hollywood)
- Just as a Public Service Announcement, YOU CANNOT VOTE IN THIS YEAR’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION BY TEXT! That’s not a thing that exists, no matter what those “Hillary Clinton ads” tell you. (via The Daily Dot)
- Sammus’ video for the song “Nighttime” off her new Pieces in Space album premiered today at The A.V. Club!
This creepy-ass trailer for director Liam Young’s feature film, Where the City Can’t See, was shot entirely with laser scanners. So was the entire film. Sure makes the future look bleak. (via The Daily Dot)
- It really wouldn’t be a DCTV musical without musical veteran Victor Garber. Thankfully, there are plans to somehow incorporate the Legends of Tomorrow star into the eagerly-anticipated The Flash/Supergirl musical crossover! Somehow. (via CBR.com)
- And speaking of DC television, did you know that all the DCTV shows pull in a yearly revenue for Warner Bros. of $1 Billion? Yeah, those aren’t going away any time soon.
Check out the latest awesome video in Feminist Frequency’s “Ordinary Women” series. Here’s the story of Ching Shih, the most powerful female pirate in history!
Aaaaand that’s all we’ve got on this fine Thursday. What have you seen out there today?
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