Her father is missing, and stumbling onto a secret leads her to where she thinks he might be. Discovering a plot that could hold the fate of the world in the balance, Lara Croft is the only one that can stop it. Starring Alicia Viklander, the reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise is scheduled for a Spring 2018 release.
When the lead character is a humanoid amphibian, you can almost guarantee the film is going to have a fair amount of CGI. Top that with a period time-line and a government-run facility and you'll find yourself in a totally rendered world. In this video, the VFX masterminds behind Shape of Water reveal how the made Guillermo del Toro's vision a reality.
Timeless automotive design. Rolex wristwatches. The artworks of Andy Warhol. Three subjects that vary wildly, yet elicit similarly passionate responses from those who care about them. Assouline's Impossible Collection series recognizes this, providing a thorough, in-depth look at each topic through insightful interviews, powerful prose, and gorgeous imagery. Each hand-bound tome tips the scales at nearly 20 pounds, arrives in a bespoke presentation case, and measures well over two feet wide when opened — demanding a central spot on your coffee table, if not its own dedicated stand.
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With its signature yellow border and stunning photography, the National Geographic cover stands as one of the most iconic in history. To see how it came to be, the magazine is going back to where it all started. This time-lapse begins with the very first issue from 1888 and goes through 130 years in just two minutes, highlighting the most memorable milestones alone the way.
Making a sequel to a beloved film 35 years later is no easy task. Pleasing fans, being original, and keeping the feel of the original is a lot to juggle — not to mention writing a compelling story without plagiarizing from the first film. Director Denis Villeneuve and crew did a phenomenal job with Blade Runner 2049. In this side-by-side video essay, Thomas Flight shows how they captured the setting with retelling the same story.