Maybe it's time to put down that iPhone because your social media nightmare has finally been realized. Winner of the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at Sundance, the film follows the mentally unstable Ingrid Thorburn as she heads to Los Angeles to befriend/stalk her Instagram obsession with comedically creepy results. Starring Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen, and O'Shea Jackson Jr., the film is slated for release August 11, 2017.
Who doesn't love an In-N-Out burger? Matt Stonie does. He loves them so much, he pounded four quadruple cheeseburgers in just under three minutes. If that isn't a record of some kind, it should be.
Just when you thought you'd seen everything Marvel had to offer, the universe spews out another race of superhumans. Based on the comic book, the series follows Black Bolt and the Inhuman Royal Family after they escape the city of Attilan and travel to Hawaii to save the world. Following a September 1st IMAX premiere, the full series will begin on September 29, 2017 on ABC.
Goose Island Brewery needed some help. The tanks get a coating of grist after a brew, and employees had to manually remove it by pounding on the tanks with a mallet. In order to speed up the process, Goose Island brought in Stranger Things composer Survive to musically get the grist out.
Neill Blomkamp's experimental Oats Studios has released another NSFW short. A group of soldiers come across Vietcong fighters with terrible wounds, and helicopters and tanks start gravitating into the sky. Firebase is like Apocalypse Now meets Predator, with a seemingly alien being wreaking havoc while the Vietnam War rages around it.
Like a Shark Tank for apps, Apple's first original TV show allows developers the chance to pitch their ideas to a panel of celebrity entrepreneurs. Coming from one of the world's most noted tech companies, you'd think it would a pretty good show — except everyone hates it. From the terrible advice to the questionable selection of judges, here's everything wrong with Planet of the Apps.