Before the United States could join the fight against Germany in WWII, it had to get troops and materiel to Europe — and that meant crossing the Atlantic. 2,710 Liberty cargo ships were built between 1941 and 1945 to ferry that industrial output, and Germany responded with Operation Drumbeat, swarming shipping routes with their superior u-boats — and it was carnage at sea. Greyhound stars Tom Hanks as Commander Ernest Krause of the USS Keeling, code-named Greyhound, as he leads an escort against the German wolf pack.
For Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz's directorial debut, the pair get some help from the producers of Get Out and Us. Antebullum follows author Veronica who finds herself trapped in a bizarre reality. Janelle Monáe stars as in the lead role, with the film coming to theaters April 24, 2020.
Louder, faster, brighter, gorier, more — that was the ethos of Midway games when they dominated the arcade through the '80s and '90s. Classics like NBA Jam, T2, Mortal Kombat were among the best-loved second-wave coin-ops and the devs behind them became legends in the industry. Insert Coin is a look at the people in the back of a Chicago factory created some of the best games of all time.
The last time we saw the Byrde family was at the casino's opening ceremony. Season three of the Jason Bateman and Laura Linney-lead series will pick back up with them six months after the celebration and the Missouri Belle is open for business. Ozark returns to Netflix on March 27, 2020.
In 1911, the Swedish company Svenska Biografteatern captured the streets of New York City during a trip to America. While the footage is historic and interesting in its original state, the eight-minute video only offered a black-and-white visualization of the vintage metropolis. Now, over a century later, YouTuber Denis Shiryaev has enhanced and restored the footage, producing a stunning 4k/60fps, colorized walkthrough of the Big Apple in the early 20th century.
"Godzilla" is one of the biggest hits Eminem has had in recent years, with the album Music to Be Murdered By debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard charts in January. After challenging fans to rap as fast as him, Eminem dropped the video for his collaboration with Juice WRLD.