Things We Saw Today: This Moana Cosplay Is Utter Perfection
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I just saw Moana last night–okay, okay, fine, I’m late or whatever. Listen. The movie made me cry like nothing else (which is my usual metric for how much I like a movie), so this perfect Moana cosplay from aleuthemermaid on Instagram is making me just a little bit weepy. She is downright killing it with that dedication. Are those bare feet on a con floor?! Damn! (via Fashionably Geek)
- You know how Rogue One had to go through some rewrites and reshoots and things (which is totally normal for movies)? Apparently Tony Gilroy, who helped with those edits, is raking in a solid chunk of change for doctoring things up, something to the tune of $5 million. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- In the killing spree that was twenty-effing-sixteen, we lost one of music’s great icons: Prince. You can now push the bruise of his passing a little more when the documentary Prince: R U Listening? comes out in 2017. (via Jezebel)
If you, like me, have been wondering just what Nicolas Cage has been up to, then wonder no more. He’s slated to appear in an upcoming sci-fi action film titled The Humanity Bureau. Nic Cage working at something titled the Humanity Bureau is a win for humanity, I’d say. (via Variety)
- Speaking of humanity, the space exploration sim No Man’s Sky was recently cleared of all false advertising charges. That’s surely good for Hello Games, though it’s unclear just what that might mean for the once-deemed “too toxic” subreddit for the game.
So I’m not sure what it is about entire crowds singing along with musical acts that gets me all teary eyed, but that’s apparently a thing, so here you go. Here’s one of my favorite videos of that thing happening. Oh, and apparently there’s a subreddit for this? (There’s a subreddit for everything, Jessica, stop being so surprised.)
Feelings. What’d you see today, pal?
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