Things We Saw Today: Alan Tudyk’s Hella Cute BB-8 Jack-O-Lantern

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Holy heck this BB-8 pumpkin is way too freakin’ adorable. Wait, who made it? Alan freakin’ Tudyk?! Oh gosh, that’s some amazing stream-crossing there. (via Polygon)

  • We’ve got some Gotham casting news for you: they’ve found their Mr. Freeze! House of Cards actor Nathan Darrow will be playing the chilly villain. Hopefully sans Schwarzenegger puns. Okay, maybe he can keep a few. Seems chill. (via Entertainment Weekly)
  • The #realJurassicParkproblems hashtag on Twitter has really been cracking us up! (via Uproxx)

This medley of Halloween music from Renée Camus is perfect marching and dancing music for your Halloween party! Check it out!

  • Eden Full Goh turned a school science project into a full-time nonprofit organization. She created SunSaluter, a company dedicated to developing a more efficient solar panel. Oh, and the panel also produces four liters of clean drinking water throughout the day. How awesome is that?! (via Forbes)
  • The Dutch edition of Top Model has just established a groundbreaking world first for the series: they’ve picked a transgender woman as the winner of their latest cycle. Congratulations to Loiza Lameras! (via Jezebel)

That’s a lot of stuff. What did you folks see today?

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