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Things We Saw Today: The Black Panther: Wakanda Remixed Digital EP Drops Today

Plus Stranger Things, Keanu and Winona forever and more!

With tracks from The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and many more, the soundtrack to Marvel’s Black Panther released several bangers that are still in near constant rotation on the radio. Now, composer Ludwig Göransson’s beautiful score is getting the remix treatment. The Black Panther: Wakansa Remixed digital EP dropped today, with five tracks remixed by DJ Dhahi, Wondagurl, Michael Uzowuru and Jeff Kleinman, with two tracks remixed by Göransson. Göransson’s original score was heavily influenced by traditional African music, especially Senegalese musician Baaba Maal. The EP is available for download and streaming.

(via /Film, image: Marvel)

  • The upcoming third season of Stranger Things was heavily influenced by the Chevy Chase film Fletch and features Jake Busey as a “morally comprised reporter.” (via CBR)
  • Someone made a mash-up of The Witcher III and Star Wars because why not? (via Kotaku)
  • Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves getting (possibly) accidently married on the set of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is the romantic comedy we deserve. (via io9)
  • Game of Thrones spent over 1,400 hours 3D printing a life-size statue of Tyrion Lannister. No word yet on whether he drinks and/or knows things. (via Winter is Coming)

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