Things We Saw Today: The Inhumans In This LEGO Video Game Look Infinitely Better Than the Actual Inhumans Show
Inhumans may have already been cancelled before it even premiered, but from the look of this trailer, the characters will continue on in a smaller, possibly far greater form: the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 video game. I am so much more excited to play this game than I ever was for the show. It looks so fun! So funny! And just look at Medusa’s hair!
Compared to this unfortunate wig situation:
Sorry, Inhumans TV show. If you were what it took to get this version of your characters, then I’m grateful for your (almost) existence. (Via i09)
- The National Book Foundation announced their “5 Under 35” list, and this year, all five honored writers are women. (Via The Cut)
- Kumail Nanjiani and John Cena are going to star in a buddy cop movie together. I’m going to need some more details on this IMMEDIATELY. (Via AV Club)
- Sterling K. Brown knows why he got cut off during his Emmys speech and not … others. (Via Pajiba)
- Twitter is upping their character count to 280 per tweet, starting with a small group of users. I’m sure this is just a quick detour on their way to taking care of the site’s Nazi problem, right?
- The Flash movie just can’t seem to hold onto a director. The latest news is that Lord & Miller, once in, are now out. (Via CBR)
- Here’s the first teaser and poster for Agents of SHIELD season five … IN SPACE! (Via Comicbook.com)
- In other first looks, here’s a teaser image for Alex Garland’s follow-up to Ex Machina, Annihilation. Based on Jeff Vandermeer’s novel of the same name, it follows a team of female scientists on an expedition to explore an uninhabited area. Here we see Natalie Portman examining some sort of mutant alligator and that’s all well and good, but I’m going to need a whole lot more of that barely visible Tessa Thompson.
That’s it on my end. What did all you beautiful Medusas see out there today?
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