Atticus Freeman's father is missing. A mysterious letter gives Atticus a clue where his dad might be — in Lovecraft country. Joined by his Uncle George and friend Letitia, the three take off on a road trip to find Atticus' dad — and the terrors that await them. Based on the 2016 novel by Matt Ruff and brought to the screen by J. J. Abrams, Jordan Peele, and Misha Green, Lovecraft Country premieres on HBO August 16, 2020.
The best-loved character in the Halo universe is returning with Halo Infinite. A follow-up to Guardians, the game will be the third chapter in the Reclaimer saga. There's still no official release date but you can expect it out in 2020.
Since 2012, the Curiosity rover has been trundling across the barren Mars landscape, taking samples and beaming back pictures to Earth along its journey. Due to bandwidth and time constraints, Curiosity only sends still images. ElderFox Documentaries has taken these stills and stitched them together for an epic panorama of the Red Planet.
Looks like strange things are afoot at the Circle-K again. Bill and Ted are back and they're all grown up, but thankfully, it doesn't seem like much has changed. They're still looking to write the song that will change the world forever and instead of waiting around for the lyrics to come, the dudes party on to the future to get it from their older selves. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter reprise their roles when the film is released on August 28, 2020.
22 years ago, the Beastie Boys dropped their fifth studio album Hello Nasty, debuting at #1 and winning two Grammys. Ad-Rock proclaimed it their best record, and with its huge mix of influences and styles, would inspire a generation of musicians — and artists. Geoff McFetridge talks about the Beastie Boys and how they inspired him while illustrating posters on his iPad Pro.
Two of the biggest companies in sporting goods — Adidas and Puma — are as competitive in business as their products are on the field. That rivalry is even more intense due to family ties between the two companies — Puma was founded after Rudolf Dassler had a falling out with his brother and Adidas founder Adolf Dassler. That split not only created Puma but sports marketing as we know it.