Things We Saw Today: Jurassic World‘s Mosasaurus Doesn’t Like Shark Week
Da na naaaa naa naa na na naaaaaaa.
Universal Studios just released a brand new Jurassic World poster, and it is the COOLEST. Also super adorable, let’s be honest. I mean… aww, just look at the lil buddy with its lil flippers and oh no it’s coming this way RUN.
- If, like me, during the Game of Thrones season premiere you noticed the sad absence of one of the series’ most fan-beloved characters, Maisie Williams spoke to WinterIsComing.net to provide a glimpse into where Arya is and how she’s doing.
- Furious 7 broke our hearts (with awesome) and the box office, amassing $1 billion in 17 days. That’s a brand new box office record for fastest $1 billion earned. I guess when you live life a quarter mile at a time, it doesn’t pay to be slow. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
There’s an afrofuturist female rapper named S Δ M M U S and she is dope as fuck! http://t.co/NDcrE6H5B1@sokareemie@SamMaggs (TMS?!?) — M Carens-Nedelsky (@MC_Nedelsky) April 18, 2015
The tweet says it all, but here you go anyway: S Δ M M U S, a female rap artist, rhymes over some really sick NES video game-based beats. I couldn’t help geeking out at a few of her lyrics, rife with video game and rap references. There’s an especially great reference on the first track on her Another M EP, “Cybernetic Armor.” To wit: I would give up all my cybernetic armor / If I could be a daughter / If I had my mother in my codec / I would call her. That’s hot.
- Jon Stewart spoke to The Guardian UK to discuss why he left The Daily Show and what he’s been up to since the announcement. He says, “It’s not like I thought the show wasn’t working any more, or that I didn’t know how to do it. It was more, ‘Yup, it’s working. But I’m not getting the same satisfaction.’” Check out The Guardian UK piece for more details. (via Pajiba)
- I love ordering delivery as much as the next girl, but I may just have to curb my habit if I’m going to try to save up enough money for this robot cook. Moley Robotics, the robot’s creators, “hopes that their robot chef will be able to cook any one of 2,000 meals, which can be selected by the user from an app.” You’re going to have to wait until 2017 to order one, though. Alas. (via Daily Dot)
In case you haven’t heard, today is David Tennant’s birthday. We wish you the happiest of birthdays, our Doctor, our Detective, our future Purple Man.
Don’t ever go.
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