Things We Saw Today: Stephanie Beatriz Dressed As America Chavez for Halloween
— Stephanie Beatriz (@iamstephbeatz) October 29, 2017
not sorry that it’s been Halloween costume coverage two days in a row, TMSers, but this made me the happiest. Stephanie Beatriz, of Brooklyn Nine-Nine fame, dressed as America Chavez for Halloween, and I AM SCREAMING.
- Roger Stone has been banned from Twitter after launching into a foul rant against CNN’s Don Lemon. Some sources report that the ban is permanent, but one never knows with the ol’ team at Twitter.
- Thor: Ragnarok is smashing the foreign box office, raking in a $107.6 million haul that puts it ahead of both Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Doctor Strange. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- Will Poulter, the Maze Runner, Revenant, and Chronicles of Narnia actor whose appearance is constantly being compared to that of Sid from Toy Story, finally decided to commit to the bit and dress up as the “biggest bully next door” in order to draw attention to anti-bullying causes.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN pic.twitter.com/et8nbbd1Em
— Will Poulter (@PoulterWill) October 29, 2017
- In a true “What the actual hell?” moment, the Cinémathèque Francaise will hold a retrospective on the work of director Roman Polanski, who has been accused of raping two underage girls. Polanski will attend the opening on Monday (tomorrow), and French feminist organization Osez le féminisme is planning a demonstration. (via Deadline)
- Cartoonists of Color recently updated their database, and they now have entries for 1,094 creators of color. If you’re a comics creator of color yourself, please be sure to submit your name and info to the database.
- Funko Pop! is releasing figures from Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga comic. They’ll be available in February. A figure of Izabel the ghostly babysitter will also be available exclusively at Hot Topic, and you can check out the other store exclusives at their blog.
(Featured image via Marvel Comics)
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