Behind that soft-spoken girl who can crush arms with her mind is Millie Bobby Brown. The teenage actress began turning heads when she took on the role of Eleven for the Duffer Brother's Netflix series Stranger Things. While the whole world adores her as the psychokinetic member of the Hawkins AV Club, the show's cast and crew just plain adore her.
It's been a while since we've seen Zach Galifianakis between his ferns. Following up his 2016 interview with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, the actor returns to his hosting duties for an awkward round of questions with Jerry Seinfeld and Cardi B.
With the publication of Kitchen Confidential in 2000, Anthony Bourdain became an overnight sensation. He would go on to write two more bestsellers and become a TV host, traveling the world in search of good eats — and those common threads that make us all human. Intelligent, empathetic, and a rebel at every stage of his life, Anthony Bourdain used food to spark conversations about things much bigger than what was on the plate.
Johnny Knoxville is no stranger to getting hurt. Over two decades, the world's most infamous amateur stuntman has broken bones, gotten concussions, lost teeth, and popped an eyeball out of its socket. While we've had the laughs, Johnny has had the pain — and it's all been worth it.
Vikings are still among us. Although they've left the raiding and pillaging in the past, a small group led by Chief Ingrid Galadriel Aune Nilsen is still honoring their heritage, showcasing the modest side of the lifestyle. They reside in the mountains of Norway and do everything from eating dried meat to making their own clothes just as their ancestors did before them
As if a return to Twitter wasn't enough, Kanye West has released an in-depth interview with Charlamagne tha God. Just as his previous tweet indicated, the almost two-hour conversation between Yeezy and The Breakfast Club host touches on mental health, his beef with Obama, Trump, Jay-Z, and more.
The ideal brush is one you'll actually want to use (twice) every day. Named one of the TIME's Best Inventions, quip is the slim, simple, and surprisingly enjoyable electric toothbrush designed to help you brush better, from just $25. Its sensitive sonic vibration pulses every 30 seconds for 2 full minutes to guide a full clean in hard to reach places. quip's nifty cover mounts to mirrors at home and hygienically stores your brush for travel in a bag or carry-on. When you subscribe, you'll get fresh brush heads automatically delivered on a dentist-recommended schedule — when your old bristles become dirty and ineffective — starting at $5 every 3 months with free shipping worldwide.
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With the ability to open, chill, pour, and preserve, the Plum wine preserver combines all wine gadgets into one sleek package. Select your bottle and insert it into the device. Inside, a camera scans the label to identify the wine and automatically begin cooling to the ideal temperature — a valuable feature during the summer heat. Whether it's a cork or metal cap, a double-cored needle punctures the top. As wine is released, argon gas fills the bottle to help prevent oxidation. A single canister can preserve up to 150 bottles, keeping each one fresh for up to 90 days so when you're ready, a perfect glass of wine is always waiting to be poured.
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No, your eyes are working just fine. Deadpool has traded in his signature red suit for a pink one and you have a chance to win it. Being a cancer survivor himself, Wade Wilson knows the importance of early detection. The anti-hero has partnered up with Omaze to raise money for F*ck Cancer. If donating to the cause isn't enough for your cold heart, your cash will also put your name in a drawing for a chance to own his pink gear.
Before Nintendo was in every American living room, they were a staple in the arcade scene. Howard Phillips was merely working as a shipping manager, testing new games as they came through. But when the company was looking to break into the U.S. market, they plucked him from the warehouse and made him a video game legend.
When he was diagnosed with ALS in 1963, Stephen Hawking was given a few years to live. He lived for another 55 years, making huge contributions to the understanding of our universe while being trapped in a failing body. This is a tribute to one of the most amazing people in modern history, in the man's own words.
You might know him as Hermes Conrad, the Green Lantern, or Samurai Jack, but his real name is Phil LaMarr. He's one of the most favored voice actors in the business with over 250 characters under his belt. Although he mainly works in the animated world, LaMarr has also had some live-action gigs with roles in Pulp Fiction and Mad TV.
The man who helped humanity understand what lay beyond the void has entered it himself. Theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author Stephen Hawking died Marth 14, 2018. In one of his last interviews, he sat down with Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss some of the most pressing threats humans face — and what we need to do to prepare ourselves. The entire episode of StarTalk is presented commercial free in honor of Hawking's life and contributions to science.
From her early days as a motorcyclist to her work as an architect, the life of Elspeth Beard has been nothing short of inspiring. Her first feat started in 1982 when she took her BMW R60/6 motorbike on a two-year ride across the globe. The trip put her in a category of her own, making her the first Englishwoman to travel across the world on a motorcycle. Not missing a beat, Beard got to work restoring an abandoned water tower, picking up several architectural awards and cementing herself as one of the coolest people on the planet.
We would watch Tom Hanks do just about anything, and this video proves it. In yet another Oscar-worthy performance, the actor and typewriter enthusiast guides us through the process of changing out the ink ribbon on a Hermes 3000.
The night before the Cavs and Warriors final regular season matchup, NBA greats LeBron James and Kevin Durant meet up off the court. The future legends hitch a ride in an Uber with Cari Champion and tour James' hometown Akron. Along the way, they make stops at three significant destinations and talk about everything from the All-Star game to Donald Trump.
Hand Sewn in Santa Ana California, using high-quality materials, The High Water Shirt will help you stand out this summer. Designed with a slim fit, the prints are hand painted transposed onto super soft cotton-lyocell fabric. They come equipped with a hidden dry pocket for your phone and are made from comfortable 10 oz. cotton-modal loop terry lining. The High Water even comes with a bottle pocket and bottle opener — the perfect accessory for any poolside bash this summer.
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You've noticed it — you've got a little less hair than you used to. You're not sure there's a real solution. It turns out, there are two clinically proven, FDA-approved medications that let you keep your hair. Now, these treatments are inexpensive and easy to get. Enter Keeps: for five minutes now and just $1 a day, you'll never have to worry about hair loss again. Getting started is fast. Just answer a few questions and a licensed doctor recommends a personalized treatment plan. The first month is free, and there's no easier way to keep the hair you still have.
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If it moves, you can race it. Just ask Mike Graves. Mike's dad raced stock cars his whole life with the number 41x, and Mike continues the family racing tradition — with his modified racing lawn mower. For Mike, it's about a lot more than just going fast. It's also a way to keep the memory of his dad and best friend close.
Forget the tattoos, leather, and beards. New Orlean's Caramel Curves is putting a glitzy spin on the stereotypical biker club. They might wear heels instead of boots, but it doesn't stop them from smoking tires and scraping curbs.
In 1995, Will Ferrell joined the cast of Saturday Night Live. He revived the show with impersonations of George W. Bush, James Lipton, and as one-half of the Spartan cheerleading duo. But before that, he was a member of The Groundlings trying to get a spot on SNL. In this vintage footage, Ferrell auditions with some of his now-famous characters Harry Caray and Senator Ted Kennedy and the rest is all history.
Breaking Bad premiered on January 20, 2008. More than likely it was and still is your favorite television show of all time. On its tenth anniversary, the writers and show's creator Vince Gilligan reunite to take a look back at the series and reflect on what working on the show taught them.
The only thing ever keeping Bruce Lee from being a real-life Jedi was a lightsaber. Well not anymore. Patrick Nan took a scene from 1972's Fist of Fury and added in some weapons from the Star Wars universe, giving the martial arts master a Nunchuk saber that would rival even the crossguard of Kylo Ren.
For David Letterman's upcoming Netflix special, one of the guests is none other than President Barack Obama. The former POTUS describes how he kept his dad moves in check while on stage with Prince during an interview with the Late NIght host. Hopefully, he'll be sharing more wisdom when the series premieres tomorrow, January 12, 2018, on Netflix.
Indigofera and the dye made from it has a long history in Japan, dating back to the 1600s. Used not just for color, it was worn under the armor of samurai for its natural stiffness and antibacterial properties. It even found its way into firefighter clothing, as indigo can be flame retardant up to 1500 degrees. In Tokushima, Japan, only five farmers still grow the labor-intensive plant renowned for its beautiful shades of blue.
There are two types of Santas in this world: the creepy mall ones and the warm, jolly Saint Nicks. The later probably spent some time at The Charles W. Howard Santa School. For over 80 years, the Michigan intuition has been graduating authentic Kris Kringles with their lessons in beard grooming, caroling, and even child psychology. Great Big Story goes inside the classroom with 200 aspiring Santas to see what it takes to be the man with the bag.
The Force isn't strong with everyone, so the Last Jedi cast had to put in some serious work. In this behind-the-scenes look, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie, John Boyega, and Kelly Marie train like a Jedi to prepare for scenes in the upcoming Star Wars release. The film is set for theaters December 15, 2017.
Over his years as a designer, Ward Bennett created over 150 chairs. Many of them can still be seen in people's homes, as well as the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection. On what would've been his 100th birthday, Herman Miller pays homage to the visionary with this tribute featuring an archival interview.
Daisy Ridley is a talented person — so talented that she can conduct an interview while building a LEGO Millennium Falcon. Daisy sat down with Elle magazine and some bricks to talk about cats, what her lightsaber would be, and what it was like doing her second Star Wars film.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is opening in a couple months, but when Vogue caught up with actress Daisy Ridley, she wasn't in New York on a press tour. She was in town for a friend's wedding. Sitting in her swank hotel room, Daisy and Vogue sat down for 73 questions, a workout demonstration, and a cover of Eminem's "Lose Yourself".
Love or hate him, Hugh Hefner helped touch off a revolution in the way America viewed sex. The founder of Playboy built an empire on nude women and a lifestyle straight out of 1930s Hollywood. In this 2008, Hefner sat down with The New York Times and discussed his life the magazine he created. Hugh Hefner was 91.
Bryan Cranston's new memoir, A Life In Parts, is the story of someone who was born to act — starting at age seven in commercials. Then, Cranston's father disappeared, and playing parts became necessary to make it in an adult world. Cranston talked with Big Think about how his own experiences with love, drugs, money, and power influenced the Walter White we came to know on the screen.