As Sunny mentioned, not all is gloom and doom on the set.
Here’s a short video showing the cast members ‘letting is all hang out’
“The View” put together a montage of the dance breaks to Taylor Swift’s “Me” during Elisabeth Moss’ appearance. Praise be. The results are delightful.
“I’m arguably more excited about that than the show,” Moss said, comparing her dances to the premier of season three on Wednesday, June 5.
Watch Elisabeth Moss react to the cast of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ dancing to Taylor Swift’s ‘Me’
“The Handmaid’s Tale” series on Hulu centers around a dystopian society’s plummeting birth rate ultimately resulting in the takeover of a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property of the state. With the show’s heavy horror-like theme, the cast needed some comic relief.
So, Gilead’s wives, aunts, marthas and handmaids will spontaneously break out into a dance routine between scenes to alleviate some of the leftover tension from portraying their characters in the show.
Watch Elisabeth Moss react to the cast of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale‘ dancing to Taylor Swift’s ‘Me’.
For really unknown reasons, I have a personal affinity with the British people. I have British friends, I love the Royal Family (mostly the younger generation), I know their history and have been following the current political situation.
I was concerned by Drumpf’s visit to their country.
I saw that they didn’t disappoint and weren’t taken in by this idiotic fool.
June 4th’s slideshow Doodle celebrates 50 years of Pride by taking us through five decades of Pride history – all told through the lens of a growing, evolving, and international Pride parade!
Doodler Nate Swinehart shares more on the making-of today’s Doodle, as well as what the project means to him.
Working on this Doodle was a very personal project for me.
As a member of the LBGTQ+ community, I am very familiar with the struggle of feeling included, accepted, and that I am a ‘part’ of this world. Before I joined Google in 2014, I remember opening up the Google homepage to see a Doodle celebrating the Winter Olympics, depicting the colors of the Pride flag. I was completely blown away. Looking at the front page of Google, I was filled with hope and a feeling of belonging. That moment was a large part of why I wanted to become a Doodler.
I recognized the opportunity we have to make a positive impact on the world, and to help make people feel seen, heard, and valued.
I have witnessed the strides forward for queer people over the decades, and today, many of us celebrate a level of freedom I could not have imagined in my wildest dreams while I was growing up. I’m hopeful for the future and a day when everyone, regardless of their identification, can stand and march proudly in celebration.
GIANT BEAKED WHALES … on hump day! … ‘They have bulbous heads and long beaks that make them look somewhat similar to a dolphin, except they can grow to 42 feet long as adults. Baird’s beaked whales are rarely seen on whale-watching ventures. They’re a deepwater species of whales that can hold their breath for long periods of time, lingering underwater for up to an hour as they feed on deep-sea fish and squid, explained Black.’
There’s a video …
Humpback Whales on Hump Day (wrong). SFGate: “Baird’s beaked whales, more than two dozen of which were spotted off the coast of Monterey Bay on Wednesday. ‘This is the largest group of beaked whales I have seen over the last 30 years and I have only seen this species of whale about 10 times in my life,’ said Nancy Black, marine biologist with Monterey Bay Whale Watch. The whales, also known as giant beaked whales, are named for their — you guessed it — giant beaks. They have bulbous heads and long beaks that make them look somewhat similar to a dolphin, except they can grow to 42 feet long as adults. Baird’s beaked whales are rarely seen on whale-watching ventures. They’re a deepwater species of whales that can hold their breath for long periods of time, lingering underwater for up to an hour as they feed on deep-sea…