With Bond 25 coming up, Aston Martin is bringing back the iconic DB5 that Sean Connery drove in Goldfinger. Just like in the 1964 film, the car will come complete with working gadgets like a smoke screen, oil slick, and machine guns in the headlights. All of the gizmos are being created by the franchise's own Q, special effects supervisor Chris Corbould. Limited to just 25, this 007 ride will set you back a cool $3.5 million.
Athletes are known to be super competitive but Infinite Tucker may have taken it to the next level. The Texas A&M track star found himself in a tight race with his fellow teammate Robert Grant during the SEC 400m hurdle championship. Not wanting to come in second, Tucker dove across the finish line like Superman to secure the win.
Heather Greene has what many would consider a dream job — whiskey expert. Greene has some highly-developed senses when it comes to whiskey, and it shows in this blind test between expensive and bottom-shelf liquors.
It's been called "the greatest zombie cast ever disassembled" and we can't say we don't agree. The film does star Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Iggy Pop, RZA, Selena Gomez, and Tom Waits after all. Directed by Jim Jarmusch, The Dead Don't Die will open in theaters June 14, 2019.
The Hawaiian Lifeguard Association is responsible for keeping the coasts of the islands safe. As described by Bradley Young and Brian Phillips in this documentary, the job requires rigorous training on and off the clock to meet the daily demands that come along with patrolling the beach. While navigating the rocky cliffs and the towering swells along the shoreline, the 450 guards trust OluKai footwear to keep them performing at their best on any terrain.
Director Ari Aster took the horror genre in a new direction in 2018 with Hereditary and looks to do the same again with his new film Midsommar. Eschewing the dark look typical of most horror films, Midsommar has a bright, softly lit style to it, and takes place during summer — certainly not the look we're used to. Once every 90 years, a nine-day festival takes place in a Swedish hamlet. What begins as an idyllic getaway quickly becomes a game of survival at the hands of a pagan cult. The film comes to theaters on July 3, 2019.