In 2019, Disney Theme Parks is set to open a new Star Wars experience. Inspired by the galaxy far, far away, the attraction will offer two rides, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance which is being helmed as the biggest and most immersive attraction any Disney Park has ever seen. Galaxy's Edge is set to open this coming summer at California's Disneyland, followed by a fall debut at Walt Disney World in Florida.
Not all planets have a Solar System to call home. Some planets travel a lonely path through the cosmos, freezing and wreaking havoc on nearly anything they encounter — or get destroyed themselves in the process. These frozen masses might be the last place you'd think life could exists, but there's a possibility that life is hiding deep beneath their surfaces. Kurzgesagt looks at how this could happen and why their lifelessness might only be skin-deep.
From the town where they were born to barbershops and a now-famous orphanage, a sense of place has been central to Beatles lyrics. Many of the places we know from John and Paul's lyrics are real places and make a for a good walking tour in various places around the UK. Vanity Fair mapped out some of the locations in a few of the Beatles most memorable songs adding another dimension to these beloved favorites.
Porsche's 911 has been in production for 55 years and is still immediately recognizable as the ideal Porsche. You could be forgiven for thinking that Porsche is a bit on the traditional side when it comes to its car lineup — and you'd be wrong. Straight from the official Porsche channel, this is a definitive look at the top five prototypes to come out of Stuttgart, with a few designs that are a wild departure from the Porsche we all know and love.
Netflix is feeding your need for more Black Mirror with a feature-length special. The latest installment in the sci-fi anthology series goes back to 1084 to follow a young programmer as he adapts the fantasy novel Bandersnatch into a video game. Starring Fionn Whitehead, the film will premiere tomorrow, December 28, 2018.
There are few things in the tech world like an Apple product launch. The familiar routine has changed only in that Tim Cook is on stage now instead of Steve Jobs and the resulting lack of personality. The team at Bad Lip Reading took aim at Apple with their latest video, making a few hilarious Apple products and much more enjoyable experience overall.