Things We Saw Today: The Minions Now Have Their Very Own Paint Color
Pantone Color Institute announces PANTONE Minion Yellow: Our first-ever character branded color pic.twitter.com/xrneetYDm8
— PANTONE (@pantone) April 14, 2015
Clap your hands if you’ve finally found your ideal shade! The Pantone Color Institute has created its first new color in three years, inspired by the Minions of Despicable Me fame and a suggestion from Pharrell. Anyone else having The Yellow Wallpaper flashbacks? (via TIME)
- Darkness! No parents! Will Arnett’s LEGO Batman movie is now set to open Feb. 10, 2017. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- Head over to MTV to see 16-year-old Game of Thrones star Nell Williams explain what it’s like to be set: “You step off the plane and arrive at the unit, and it’s all these massive, enormous warehouses. You go inside, and they’re filled to the brim with props of like, dead people’s heads. It’s all weird things in these warehouses. There were horses in one… It was very, very easy to slip into the imaginary world that you have to put yourself in, just because the props and everything are so realistic. It’s really weird.”
Holy saxophone solos! It’s a Night Court/Daredevil mashup! (via IShouldaGotTJs on Twitter)
- Buffy‘s Eliza Dushku has joined the cast of Cinemax’s Banshee as as Agent Veronica Dawson, “a tough, sexy, and shockingly reckless FBI profiler with no shortage of personal demons.” That is… quite the character description. (via Deadline)
- Scientists in the Gobi desert have discovered the fossils of two oviraptors forever preserved in a sexy embrace. As The Cut describes it, the dinos were “killed in postcoital bliss after a sand dune collapsed on top of them, forever entombing them at the peak of their romance, not unlike a can of green beans picked and preserved in their prime.” Hubba, hubba.
- Suntory Whisky’s new ad campaign features some truly geeky 3d-printed ice sculptures. One whisky, on the Mario please! (via Dorkly)
— TIFF (@TIFF_NET) April 20, 2015
Way to go, Toronto International Film Fest!
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