Things We Saw Today: All the Last Jedi Teasers We Can Find to Tide Us Over Till Tomorrow’s Trailer
— Star Wars (@starwars) October 8, 2017
Psst, have you heard the news? A full trailer for The Last Jedi is scheduled to air tomorrow during Monday Night Football. Tickets for the movie go on presale tomorrow, too! To help take our minds off the anticipation, the internet is overloading us with teasers. TBH, I could watch Daisy Ridley swing that lightsaber for days. (via i09)
If you’re feeling impatient for the full trailer, take this teaser’s advice and just … breathe.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) October 8, 2017
This one is only 5 seconds long, shows nothing but Kylo Ren’s lightsaber, and I don’t care, I LOVE IT.
ESPN just aired another short tease for The Last Jedi Trailer. Guess this is happening all day. pic.twitter.com/THVZxPqGKF
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) October 8, 2017
While we’re at it, why not rewatch this teaser from April? It still gives me chills.
- I can’t imagine how many people had to approve this Dove ad, which features a black model removing her skin suit to reveal a white woman underneath, before it hit the internet. Too many. One person would have been too many but this was definitely too many. (via Jezebel)
- Attorney Lisa Bloom had made a career from representing victims of sexual harassment and assault (including Bill Cosby’s accusers). So we didn’t really understand why she signed up to rep Harvey Weinstein at this point in time. Thankfully, she has since resigned and enjoying some
good optics“cycle therapy.” (via Gothamist)
- A reminder of what is still happening in Puerto Rico while Trump and Pence stage outrage at an NFL game.
The situation is still very, very dire in Puerto Rico.
88% w/o power
44% w/o water
56% w/o phone service
42% of banks closed
— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) October 7, 2017
- A long-lost interview with Selena was recently found. It’s beautiful and heartbreaking. (via Atlas Obscura)
- I haven’t stopped thinking about this in two days:
the other day a bartender told me his high school did a performance of RENT where they couldn't say AIDS so all the characters had diabetes
— Chelsea Fagan (@Chelsea_Fagan) October 6, 2017
I highly recommend reading through the whole conversation around that tweet, as documented by Broadway World.
That’s it over here. What did you all see today?
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