Tap open Twitter on your iPhone or iPad and you might just see Poe Dameron dancing to Hamilton. We thank you for this, brilliant internet citizen.
Oscar Isaac, the guy who's probably best known for his role as Resistance pilot Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, appeared in the artificial intelligence thriller Ex Machina as an isolated, seemingly troubled tech CEO with some damn good dance moves.
See, there's a scene in Ex Machina where Isaac dances to Get Down Saturday Night with his in-house assistant, and it's glorious!
Well, turns out the dance scene can be synced up to loads of different pop songs, and that's exactly what Twitter account @oscardances does. God, the internet is a beautiful thing.
A few of my favorites:
Hamilton's What'd I Miss
what'd i miss? - hamilton pic.twitter.com/p6nFVsQtAF— oscar dances (@oscardances) May 25, 2016
Smash Mouth's version of The Monkees' I'm a Believer
i'm a believer - smash mouth pic.twitter.com/CHfXnJQrwA— oscar dances (@oscardances) May 2, 2016
The Kim Possible theme song, Call Me, Beep Me
call me, beep me - kim possible theme pic.twitter.com/BpQQyKToqu— oscar dances (@oscardances) April 29, 2016
I mean, this is just everything I love about the internet: Someone has a realization or dreams up some random project and suddenly Oscar Isaac is dancing to Secret Garden's You Raise Me Up. No, seriously.
you raise me up - westlife pic.twitter.com/l3APjqw6fE— oscar dances (@oscardances) April 29, 2016
Quick! Leave us a comment letting us know which of the Oscar Dances scenes is your favorite!