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Things We Saw Today: Hillary Clinton’s Debate Prep Involved Practicing How to Dodge Trump’s Weird Hugs

Can you imagine being on the receiving end of an “unwanted Trump hug”? Please don’t even try; I like you all way too much to suggest you put that image in your head. Instead, let’s just watch this moment from one of Hillary Clinton’s mock debates where she practiced her best weave and dodge to avoid one. Clinton tweeted that “she burst out laughing when I saw this video this morning,” and that she hopes it “brightens your day.” Same, friends. (Via The Slot)

“Drag Queen Story Hour” is a thing that happens at the Brooklyn Library. According to the library’s website, it “captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity in childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.” We are 100% here for this. (Via

Here’s an embarrassing admission: I thought narwhals were mythical creatures until I was in college. But Hugh Jackman didn’t know wolverines were real animals until well after he started playing the eponymous role, so I feel a lot better now. (Via The A.V. Club)

The Lego Batman Movie is now available for streaming, so Apple LEGO-fied a bunch of old Batman movie posters to celebrate. (Via Screenrant)

Are you looking for more women’s voices in your film criticism? Here’s a great list to get you started, and an explanation of why that’s so necessary. (Via Pajiba)

Yesterday, we rocked out to an incredible cello version of Wonder Woman’s theme. Today, we’ve got a full-orchestra version of Spider-Man’s theme, courtesy of Spider-Man: Homecoming’s composer. (Via Twitter)

Harry Potter fans, please keep yourselves safe. The British Transport Police have had to issue a warning and “remind everyone that we are mere Muggles” after a number of fans have put themselves in danger trying to get pictures on the Glenfinnan Viaduct–the gorgeous but dangerous Hogwarts Express landmark. Please don’t do this! (Via BBC)

That’s it on our end! What did you all see out there on this fine Saturday?

(featured image: NBC)

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Vivian Kane (she/her) has a lot of opinions about a lot of things. Born in San Francisco and radicalized in Los Angeles, she now lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her husband Brock Wilbur and too many cats.