Things We Saw Today: Orange Is the New Black Gets the Paper Doll Treatment
Things We Saw Today
Artist Emily Niland has taken several of the ladies from Orange Is the New Black and turned them into paper dolls. See more at BuzzFeed.
- We might not write a whole lot about Ke$ha on The Mary Sue, but we do hate the Westboro Baptist Church (who doesn’t?), so this caught our eye: When the WBC started spewing hate outside one of her concerts she sent some of her backup dancers to crash their protest with a pelvic thrust-heavy dance routine. (The Frisky)
- Novelist Elmore Leonard, giant of the crime and Western genres and the man to whom we owe 3:10 to Yuma, Jackie Brown, and Justified, has passed away at the age of 87. The Detroit News has an in-depth look at the man and his work.
The theme of a new set of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 posters: Puns. I can dig it. Check out the rest at /Film.
- Pacific Rim fans on Tumblr have adopted an alternative to the Bechdel Test: The Mako Mori Test. Its standards: A movie must A) have at least one female character, who B) has her own narrative arc that is C) not about supporting a man’s story. (The Daily Dot)
- Guardians of the Galaxy has a new cast member: Gregg Henry, who’s previously appeared in Firefly, The Killing, and Guardians director James Gunn‘s Slither. There’s no word yet on who he’s playing. (Digital Spy)
- Via Geekosystem, the first 3D scan of a foot in high heels highlights the temporary—and permanent, if worn often enough—damage they can do to your anatomy. Sneakers, flats, and ugly-yet-comfy Dansko clogs for me, please.
Measuring 112 feet tall and made up of 500,000 individual bricks, this is the world’s largest LEGO tower. (io9)