It still isn't easy being Bruce. In the sequel to Everybody Wants to Kill Bruce, an entire city is out to get him, either on purpose or accidentally. It took editor Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat 53 movies to get enough villains on the hunt for Bruce, and it still isn't enough to bring the action hero down.
Paris in three words: Art, fashion, architecture. Parisian artist Charles Derenne focuses on the last of these in his latest video, soundtracked by his music project Derenne: 1982. With a twist, the Parisian buildings and monuments that immediately come to mind are conspicuously absent — the Eiffel Tower, Cathédrale de Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe — with Derenne instead capturing the more familiar concrete jungle of his youth.
New Balance revises one of their most classic silhouettes with the 997H. The new model comes with updated features like a GCEVA construction and a light-weight outsole that give the sneaker an updated appearance. Subtle nods to the original 1991 design are found in the suede and mesh details as well as the four 90s-inspired colorways. Altogether, the result is a sleek, modernization that is equal parts innovative and nostalgic.
There aren't many shoes that are versatile enough for a formal occasion but also look great with a pair of jeans. But The Newton is up for both occasions and plenty in-between. Each pair is Goodyear welted for flexibility and maximum durability and they're lined with leather for increased breathability, and have a comfortable footbed and a leather outsole that's built to stand the test of time. And even when that outsole wears thin, they can be easily re-soled by a repair service -- extending the life of your favorite pair. Available in black and oak leather.
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Except for all the rebel scum, scenes in the trailers that didn't make it into the movie, and even more rebel scum propaganda, Rogue One was a pretty alright movie. So alright, in fact, that Kylo Ren even found it watchable. But that was mainly because of a special appearance by Kylo's favorite relative, which even caused him to shed a few individual tears.
Eating hot wings with Brian Cranston nearly killed James Franco. While Cranston is the Walter White of hot wings in real life, Franco was pretty much out of the running after the Sriracha. Besides the wings, we find out about Cranston's questioning in a murder investigation, Franco's time working a McDonald's drive-thru, and a deep-dive through both actors' Instagram accounts.