Things We Saw Today: Sailor Moon’s Transformation Scene Works Well on Ice

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Who hasn’t wanted to go through the Sailor Moon transformation sequence? Moreover, who didn’t want to do that while figure skating?! … Okay, that last bit might be less true for some folks. But we can all relate to wanting to use magic to get dressed, right?

  • Speaking of colorful, unicorn-y things: Ritter Sport, the ones who make that hazelnut chocolate that you have in your purse right now, made a “Unicorn” version of their chocolate bar. It’s rare, just like the creature it’s named after: there were only 50 of the white chocolate, yogurt, and raspberry-cassis bars created. (via The Daily Dot)
  • Are you playing Pokémon Sun and Moon? You probably shouldn’t try to save your game while in a Poké Center for now. You could lose your save. (via Polygon)

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That feel when this puppy cosplays better than you do with just a black t-shirt and their widdle face. Ugh. (via Fashionably Geek)

  • Kathleen Kennedy explored the future of Star Wars today with a bunch of Lucasfilm luminaries, where they pondered an entire future of only standalone movies. No more Star Wars saga? (via /Film)
  • If you’ve spent time on Tumblr lately, then there’s a chance you ran into a popular fan theory about Legends of the Hidden Temple. It’s pretty dark, but wouldn’t you know it, MTV News asked about it, and both Kirk Fogg and Dee Bradley Baker (voice of Olmec) confirmed it as true–tongues firmly in cheeks, I suppose.

What’d you see today, friend?

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