Monsters do exists. In Jordan Vogt-Roberts' King Kong reboot, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, and Brie Larson travel to an island where a gigantic angry ape is the least of their problems, because there's also gigantic lizards, gigantic water buffalo, and a normal size John C. Reilly. Cross your fingers for a monster-to-monster throw down when the film comes to theaters March 10, 2017.
The Roots and Metallica just made the collaboration no one saw coming. Adding a xylophone and a kazoo to the 1991 hit "Enter Sandman", the two bands cram into Jimmy Fallon's music room to turn the heavy metal staple in to a classroom classic. You may love it, you may hate it, but you will respect the way Lars throws down on the mini cymbals.
Movie memorabilia superfan Adam Savage went to visit his friend Peter Jackson — who not only has a massive collection of movie props, he's also directed some movies with great memorabilia himself. Peter and Adam geek out over a choice piece of Peter's collection — an original HAL 9000 panel from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Interplanetary travel isn't easy. There are all kinds of ways to die — radiation, solar flares, equipment failures. But before you get to space, you need to get off the ground, and that's dangerous too. And if you actually make it to Mars — well, you get the idea.
David Blaine got biblical on Drake, Stephen Curry, and Dave Chappelle on the latest episode of Beyond Magic. Asked to draw a small animal, Chappelle drew a frog — and Blaine produced three of them out of his mouth. The reactions are priceless, but it's doubtful anyone was kissing the magician that night.
Point and shoot. Point and shoot. Selfies. Your photography is boring. But today is your lucky day — Cooperative of Photography has eight wash to freshen up your shots. An important note: you'll have to put the phone down and use a real instant camera. You know, the kind that uses actual film.