In the future, no one is ever truly gone. 86-year-old Marjorie is at the end of her life, and spends her days talking with a holographic simulation of her late husband. An examination of love, loss, and the increasingly tight weave of humans and technology, Marjorie Prime stars Lois Smith, John Hamm, Geena Davis, and Time Robbins. The film is set for release August 18, 2017.
Spoilers ahead. Taking over a continent is never easy, especially when it's the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Yara Greyjoy found that out when she was ambushed by her uncle in a massive naval battle in episode two season seven of Game of Thrones. HBO takes you behind the scenes to show what it takes to turn a parking lot into a huge fight between sailing ships.
They picked the wrong bank. Forced into a heist to save their brother, two sisters join a group of criminals to rob a bank. But unknown to them, the bank manager is about to unleash something evil when he tells them about an abandoned vault under the building. Starring James Franco and Francesca Eastwood, The Vault is available to stream September 2017.
Something is taking the children in Derry, Maine. Something unspeakably evil that lives in the sewers beneath the town. A group of kids comes together to find it, and what they find will haunt them for the rest of their lives. The second film adaptation of Stephen King's massively popular novel IT, we'll finally get the chance to float September 8, 2017.
Directed by George Clooney and penned by The Coen Brothers, the pair team up to take you back to the 1950s. Starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin, and Oscar Isaac, the story takes place in a picturesque suburban neighborhood. Everything from the yards to the homes appears to be squeaky clean until a few bad decisions bring the underworld to their front lawns. After a Toronto International Film Festival premiere, the film is set for release October 27, 2017.
What happens after we die? Five medical students start stopping their hearts in a secret experiment to find out — but the afterlife has a hard time letting go. A sequel to the 1990 cult classic, Flatliners stars Ellen Page, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, and Keifer Sutherland, who reprises his role from the original film. Coming to theaters September 29, 2017.
If you're trying to be your healthiest this summer, vitamins are a good call. But figuring out which ones to take can be pretty tough, especially when you're sorting through rows of mysterious bottles in the supplement aisle. Care/of is taking the guesswork out of it by offering personalized supplement packs, curated for you based on your diet, lifestyle, and health goals, whether you're looking to improve your focus, boost your energy, or just be a little healthier. At Care/of, you take a quick survey to share details about your diet and habits, and they recommend the best supplements for you based on an algorithm that combines scientific research and input from doctors. They make their own line of supplements, including the basics like Fish oil and Vitamin D as well as herbal and specialty products like Rhodiola, which boosts focus and energy. Your supplements arrive in a convenient, travel-friendly daily pack, easy to grab and go.
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There might be bars on the windows and nothing to wear but orange jumpsuits, but there's still a way be free. Dungeons & Dragons offers a way for prisoners across the US to be someone else for a moment — and leave the harsh realities of jail life behind. Two former maximum security inmates are back on the outside and using D&D to work their way back into society.
You could pay tens of thousands of dollars to take philosophy courses in college — or you could tune in to James Franco's new YouTube channel. In the first episode, Rutgers University's Liz Camp stops by to discuss the nature of metaphor. Get all the education with none of the quizzes or home work.
In a way, a film follows the law of supply and demand: The fewer shots, the greater the impact those shots have. Simply counting the shots in a movie can help you tear it down into its individual components, to see how the director built it up into a cohesive whole. The Nerdwriter details this technique using director Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 classic There Will Be Blood as an example.
When you're chasing storms, nothing is guaranteed. Mike Olbinski knows this firsthand. After missing a supercell left him sitting on the side of the road ready to give it up, Mike pushed on — and caught some of the best storm footage of Spring 2017.
Mario 64, alien spaceship sounds, and Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk all have something in common: creating tension through sound via a technique called Shepard's tone. Shepard's tone gives the illusion of rising or falling, without ever getting louder, quieter, or changing pitch — and it's one of Nolan's favorite ways to create tension.
Kurzgesagt takes a break from the scientific to get a little philosophical. With most of their subject matter touching on the rise of the machines or Earth-destroying Gamma-Ray bursts, their videos tend to cause existential dread. In an attempt to create something a little less depressing, Kurzgesagt touch on their own philosophy on life — Optimistic Nihilism.
If you've never heard of lemon pepper wet, don't feel bad. Unheard of outside the capital, Donald Glover's TV series Atlanta has brought the wing recipe to the masses. Babish recreates it, along with a way to bake wings to a crispness that rivals deep frying.
When summer comes to the Isle of Man, so do the motorcycles. With riders screaming through corners just inches from centuries-old stone walls and topping 200 MPH down winding public roads, the Snaefell Mountain Course is a 37-mile long behemoth that eats men and motorcycles alike — over 255 deaths have come at the track since its start in 1907. In 1993, New Zealander John Britten brought his V1000 to the TT. Completely built by hand and extensively using exotic materials and innovative designs not seen in anything at the time, Britten challenged the biggest motorcycle manufacturers with something designed and built by a handful of friends. Now, the Britten has returned.
Building a Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Edition is easier than you might think — if you have a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, some of the best engineers on the planet, and even a few technicians to put it all together. Take a look at the assembly line where Porsches are born in the behind-the-scenes clip from the factory.
Before Jeffrey Dahmer was one of America's most notorious serial killers, he was just an awkward teen. He collected road kill, had an obsession with the neighborhood jogger, made scenes at school, and his family life was a mess. But sometime in 1978, his behavior went from awkward to stone-cold killer. Based on the graphic novel by Derf Backderf, the film is slated for release this fall.
The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast is — LEGOs? A morning meal fit for a minifig champion is prepared in this stop-motion short from BrickBros. Eggs and toast with jam are on the menu, all made from the finest bricks.
Imagine The Office — in space. Assigned to a middling exploration vessel, Captain Ed Mercer assembles a middling crew, with the exception of his first officer who happens to be his ex-wife. Along with the thrill of new planets and life forms, the joy of being trapped in a tin-can at the speed of light and learning how to get along is the most rewarding discovery. Created by and starring Seth MacFarlane, The Orville premieres fall 2017.
For their next brick blockbuster, Warner Bros. is going ninja. The film takes place in Ninjago City, where Master Builder Lloyd and a group of secret ninja warriors — led by Master Wu — try to take down the evil warlord Garmadon, who also happens to be Lloyd's deadbeat dad. The voice cast includes Dave Franco, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Olivia Munn, and Jackie Chan, and is slated for release September 22, 2017.
With 28 medals, Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time. Considering all but 5 are gold, it's hard to find a worthy opponent for the swimmer. But Phelps may have met his match when he went head-to-head with a Great White for a Shark Week special. Okay, so it wasn't an actual Great White. Instead, a simulated version created using data from the real thing faced off against Phelps in a 100-meter race, ensuring no animals or humans were harmed in the process.
The father of the zombie film never intended to be the father of the zombie film — it just worked out that way. When George Romero made Night of the Living Dead, it was a post-apocalyptic movie that just happened to have zombies. And the rest, as they, is history. Ryan Hollinger digs up the details on accidental history of one of films favorite monsters.
Between starring in feature films, an HBO series, and giving rock bottoms, Dwayne Johnson is a pretty busy man. But not too busy to take on a few more ventures. With some help from Siri, The Rock checks off his "Life Goals" list one intergalactic selfie at a time.
They've saved cities, planets, galaxies — but can they save the universe from the end of everything? Marvel goes slightly buddy cop in Thor: Ragnarok, with the god of thunder and protector of man teaming up with a man — albeit a man with two personalities. Loki and Valkyrie join with Thor and the Hulk to thwart Hela, goddess of death, played by Cate Blanchett. Thor: Ragnarok comes to theaters November 3, 2017.
Marvel takes four heroes from four shows — Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and Iron Fist — and brings them all together in what might be peak Marvel. New York City needs saving against Sigourney Weaver of all people, so it's going take all four to get the job done, personal issues among them be damned. The Defenders premieres on Netflix August 18, 2017.
There's some cleaning up to be done at Westworld yet — and whether humans or robots do the cleaning is anyone's guess. The trailer for season two of HBO's Westworld leaves the plot suitably murky, but there are a certain black-hatted villain and a familiar player piano who will definitely be making appearances. Westworld to airwaves in 2018.
Based on Ernest Cline's best-selling novel, the first look at Ready Player One is Spielberg at his best. The sci-fi heavy feature takes us to a dystopian 2045 where the only escape from the depressing reality is a virtual reality — the OASIS. Starring Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, Mark Rylance, Simon Pegg, and T. J. Miller, the film is slated for release March 30, 2018.
Probably the best thing to come out of Comic Con is our first look at season two of Stranger Things. It appears that Eleven and the whole gang is back (minus Barb of course) and judging from the Ghostbusters costumes, there will be no shortage of glorious 80s sci-fi references. Catch back up with the residents of Hawkins, Indianan and how they're dealing with the aftermath of the Upside Down when the series returns for streaming October 27, 2017.
Shortly after the events of Batman v Superman, Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince set out to assemble the ultimate team of superheroes for Zack Snyder's second DC film. The pair will try to woo the likes of Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash to help save humanity from Steppenwolf and the Parademons, which is sure to bring plenty of action and CGI destruction. Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Gal Gadot return and are joined by Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher when the League unites November 17, 2017.