Things We Saw Today: Natalie Dormer on Voice Acting in Mass Effect: Andromeda

Be still, my heart.

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Natalie Dormer is a wonderful actress, simply put, and it’s exciting to see her expanding her horizons into video game voice acting. She’s playing Dr. Lexi T’Perro, an Asari physician in Mass Effect: Andromeda. In this short video interview, she chats about what it’s like working at BioWare and how strange it was to hear her Game of Thrones formerly-betrothed, Gethin Anthony (Renly Baratheon) over her headphones as she’s working. Also, sidenote: seriously, the woman can rock a damned N7 sweater like nobody’s business.

  • The Fullmetal Alchemist seems to be chugging along at full metal speed, as today they shared a first look at Alphonse, the younger Elric brother whose soul was cast into a massive suit of armor. (via Nerdist)
  • Something gets, uh… lost in translation when you try to shove all of La La Land‘s visual splendor into only 8 bits. (via IndieWire)

I don’t know about you, but I could listen to Sir Ian McKellen tell stories all day. But hearing his Maggie Smith impression just puts this particular story over the gosh darn top.

  • In case you weren’t aware, Cloudflare, one of the most prominent web services and security companies, suffered a massive memory leak, exposing user passwords for all sorts of websites. No reports of exploitation have been filed yet, but of course, it’s always good practice to just go ahead and change your password anyway. (You do use a password manager, don’t you?) (via Gizmodo)
  • Lauren Duca, one of our favorite writers over at Teen Vogue, just premiered her brand new column at the wonderful site, titled, “Thigh-High Politics.” Rad.

What’d you see today, friends?

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