Things We Saw Today: Westworld‘s Evan Rachel Wood the Latest Celeb to Support #Ham4All

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In addition to raising money for a great cause, one of the best things about the #Ham4All challenge is listening to a variety of voices sing music from Hamilton. This time, it’s Westworld‘s Evan Rachel Wood doing her best Angelica Schuyler while singing a bit from “Satisfied.” She totally nails it! That should be no surprise, though. Wood has always been really musically inclined and she’s the lead singer of a rock duo called Rebel and a Basketcase. The woman has pipes!

  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has gotten slightly less white and male while adding its largest incoming class at 774 members. Slightly less. (via The Muse)
  • Check out 2 Kawaii 4 Comfort, a new digital series about a group of friends who go to an anime con. “It’s a very good show about a bad trip that just gets worse the longer you watch.” (via Kotaku)
  • Thanks to Vox, here’s what we know so far about the Trump administration’s travel ban against Muslims, which officially goes into effect tonight. *sigh*
  • Writer/Director Maggie Betts is delivering her first feature film! Titled Novitiate, it tells the story of a young woman who sets on a religious path to become a nun only to question her faith. It stars a nearly-all-female cast including Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Dianna Agron (Glee), Julianne Nicholson (Masters of Sex), and Morgan Saylor (White Girl, Homeland).
  • Women in Northern Ireland will now have access to free abortions thanks to the UK’s National Health Service! (via Jezebel)

Check out the trailer for the new TruTV comedy I’m Sorry, a hilarious exploration of what being a mom does and doesn’t mean created by and starring Andrea Savage.

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