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This Artist Showed Us What An Anime Inspired ‘Anything For Selenas’ Scene Might Have Looked Like

"Selena" / Christina Henderson

The “Selena” movie is known for its many, many iconic scenes. Whether Selena was grabbing pizza with Chris Perez, or brushing off an ignorant salesperson at the mall, everyone has their favorite moment. Personally, my favorite scene is when Selena waves down two cholos to help when her tour bus is stuck on the side of the highway.

Thankfully, Christina Henderson has drawn out that scene showing us what might have been had Selena ever crossed over into mitú flavored, anime-inspired illustrations. Let’s take a look…

With her tour bus broken down on the side of the road, Selena waves at two gentlemen to pull over. They basically looked at her just like…

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CREDIT: Christina Henderson / Behance

She approaches the car and the duo immediately go into ? fanboy ? mode for Selena, because she’s Selenas!

Selena didn’t really do much aside from being Selena when the fellas jump to the rescue.

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CREDIT: CHRISTINA HENDERSON / BEHANCE

They have a “V8 and 400 horses,” so of course they were confident they could pull “anything out of anywhere.” The cholos then chain the bumper of their car to the bus and hit the gas. Everyone yells, “gun it!”

Things don’t go according to plan, however…

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CREDIT: CHRISTINA HENDERSON / BEHANCE

To the horror of everyone watching, the cholos end up having their bumper ripped completely off. Selena apologizes, saying, “we are so sorry!” The rest of the band apologizes too, offering to pay for their bumper.

But the cholos were more than okay with their bumper getting destroyed exclaiming, “This bumper is going to go on the wall of my garage, carnal!”

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CREDIT: CHRISTINA HENDERSON / BEHANCE

“I’m going to put a little sign under it. It’s gonna say, ‘this bumper was pulled off by the bus of Selenas,'” they proclaimed. The two knights-in-shining-armor end up offering the band a ride down the road to a pay phone so they can make a call for more help.

The guys were more than happy to help because…

“SELENA” / MOVIE CLIPS / YOUTUBE

In case you were curious, Abraham Quintanilla confirmed that this scene actually happened IRL. The owner of the car even claimed he was going to put the bumper on display, just like in the movie.

Check out the entire “Anything for Selenas” clip right here.

“SELENA” / Warner Bros

Still ?? my ?? favorite ?? scene!

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Oscar Isaac Is All Of Us Running Late To Work In New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer

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Oscar Isaac Is All Of Us Running Late To Work In New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer

Star Wars / Facebook

When we last left off in a galaxy far, far away, our friends Poe, Rey, Finn, Luke and Kylo “I have too many syllables in my first name to be cool” Ren, were all on journeys of self discovery and… to decide the fate of the galaxy. Based on fan art that came out after “The Force Awakens,” some folks think they know where Poe and Finn’s journey may be leading them. But, a new trailer released today has us all guessing.


Guatemalan-American actor, Oscar Isaac, reprises his role as Poe Dameron in the new trailer out today for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi.’

Credit: Star Wars / Youtube

Poe is like bad luck for X-wings, they always blow up around him.


As far as Isaac’s character Poe, and his best bud Finn (played by John Boyega), it seems like we’ve got lots left to see of their (b)romance in this upcoming film.

The cast did a Facebook Live panel broadcast today to discuss the film and gave away as much as they could, premiering the trailer at the tail end of the discussion, then showing it again. The crowd went wild, swinging lightsabers and screeching for joy. Exciting stuff!


The new poster was also revealed today and looks very much like it’s going to come down to a “there can be only one” scenario.

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Which is fitting, as the title is “The Last Jedi.” If this is true, we’re in for some serious slice and dice.


The film releases December 15th. You can see the full trailer below — it’s all breathtaking, ominous and entirely too short.

Credit: Star Wars / Youtube

For a trailer so reliant on whispering, I’m surprised there are no subtitles. No good, Star Wars Youtube page, no good. You can check this one out if you needed subtitles like I did.


READ: 15 GIFs That Prove Oscar Isaac Is Hot AF

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