Danny McBride and James Franco team up again for an epic fantasy/buddy/stoner movie. Also, five words: Natalie Portman in a thong.
In the Cars sequel, Mater gets caught up in a game of international espionage in order to save the world. It's comforting to know that the fate of the world rests in the hands of Larry the Cable Guy. Scheduled for release July 24, 2011.
Fitted with 16 camera modules, the Light L16 Camera can replace that bulky DSLR. The compact camera uses multiple lenses and sensors with varying focal lengths to capture high-resolution images. Although relatively small — the whole thing weighs less than a pound and can fit in your back pocket — it's still equipped with a zoom range of 28-150mm. By capturing multiple perspectives at different exposure values, you can adjust the focus or enlarge your photo once the shot is taken. It's finished off with a five-inch HD touchscreen that features on-camera adjustments allowing users to edit their pictures and transfer them to their desktops while still on location.
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Booze is readily available on most flights. But the ingredients needed to make anything more complex than a Jack and Coke are nowhere to be found. Unless, of course, you're packing a Carry On Cocktail Kit. Available in six styles — Old Fashioned, Gin & Tonic, Moscow Mule, Champagne Cocktail, Bloody Mary, and Hot Toddy — these self-contained, TSA-friendly tins includes everything you need to make a couple real drinks at 30,000 feet. Inside each kit are the proper ingredients for the cocktail such as bitters or craft tonic syrup, along with tools like jiggers and spoons, a recipe card, and linen coasters. All of which should help make that mid-morning flight from Omaha to Reno a little less boring.
The film adaptation of the 1954 historical adventure The Eagle of the Ninth which is based on the true story of the Roman Ninth Legion. Marcus (Channing Tatum) sets out to solve the mystery of his father's disappearance and to ruin the movie with his acting ability. In theaters February 25, 2011.