Deadpool was a surprising bit of comedic genius in the superhero movie genre. As well as the jokes landed in the film, some of the even better bits were in the outtakes. This reel shows some of the best of Deadpool that didn't make it to a theater near you.
The Lost Spirits Distillery isn't your traditional liquor producer. Looking more like some surreal something from Alice in Wonderland, Lost Spirits is as much laboratory and funhouse than solemn brick and giant copper vats. WIRED goes backstage to see how this innovative company uses science and fiction to create aged liquors in a matter of days instead of decades.
Protecting your property shouldn't involve drilling holes and running wires. The Simplisafe Home Security System requires none of the above, and is easy to install yourself. It starts with a base station that connects to their service via WiFi with a backup cellular connection for emergencies. You can arm and disarm it from the keypad, with a key fob, or with your phone. Add on as many entry, motion, smoke, glass break, and CO sensors as you need — the system is easily expandable to fit your needs, and comes with the assurance of 24/7 monitoring.
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As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
The logos and symbols that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has used throughout their history are nearly as iconic as their achievements. This black trucker style mesh cap bears one of their well-known logos, designed in 1975 and nicknamed the "worm." The logo was retired in 1992 and adorns this hat with a gold text embroidered iron-on patch. The 5-panel, high profile snapback cap is lightweight and breathable and adds a nostalgic touch to your casual look.
If you want to be the strongest person on the planet, you need to eat like it — and World's Strongest Man Brian Shaw does. The four-time champion works with a nutritionist to keep his body fueled for his extreme workouts, consuming over 12,000 calories each day. Brian takes you into his kitchen to show what it takes to eat like a giant.
Science Fiction loves books. From A Clockwork Orange to Children of Men and Blade Runner, some of the best sci-fi movies all had their origins on the page. And getting from the page to the screen means adapting the work for a completely different medium. Lessons from the Screenplay looks at how Arrival was smartly adapted from "Stories of Your Life" by Ted Chiang, and how the best science fiction is a reflection of humanity itself — not beings from another galaxy.
Made from resilient Japanese warp-knit fabric, Kinetic pants combine classic looks with the feel of something you'd wear to a workout. Each pair provides unrivaled mobility and stretch thanks to Primeflex polyester that has the feel and structure of a woven but bends and stretches like a knit. The pants are also water-repellent, moisture-wicking, and wrinkle-free, and are perfect for travel and daily wear, where they respond to your movement and always bounce back.
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Created in Solingen, Germany, using a single piece of stainless steel, this chef's knife is ready to be the most important tool in your kitchen. Taking visual cues from the world of traditional metal tools, Veark makes each knife using a drop forging process that leaves the CK01 with a unique pattern on the handle, so no two are alike — while the ergonomic open handle design allows you to hold the knife right at the balance point for an ideal grip. It also has an impressive 58 Rockwell hardness — allowing it to be sharper than most of its competitors, so it's equipped to handle just about any kitchen task you throw its way.
Blade Length: 7.9" / Overall Length: 12.6" / Weight: 7 oz.
If there was an award for posters sold, the Lamborghini Countach would be the winner. The unmistakable shape adorned a million walls, and here was hardly a kid in the 80s and 90s that didn't lust after the most unobtainable of automobiles. DRIVE looks back at one of the most iconic cars ever produced, and how one man achieved his childhood dream.
Director David Fincher isn't known for CGI and other visual effects. The filmmaker is known for having some of the best characters to grace the screen — not using more CGI shots in a film than Godzilla, in ways that are nearly invisible to the viewer. Which is what makes Fincher one of the best users of effects: They're so seamless you don't even notice they're there.