Take the real-life story of the Forty-seven Ronin, throw in some giant ogres, mythical witches, and a ton of CGI, and you have Keanu Reeves' upcoming samurai fantasy. In theaters December 25, 2013.
Being the science guy that he is, Bill Nye gives us the solution for Earth-killing asteroids.
Sneaker comfort and legendary Danner durability collide with the new Logger 917. The boot draws inspiration from the company's first caulked boots and updates the heritage design with modern comfort and performance. Each pair has a full-grain leather upper cut from a pattern that's a faithful reinterpretation of the original. The elements are no match for these go-anywhere boots thanks to an optional, waterproof GORE-TEX liner and a removable kiltie that keeps mud and debris from being trapped between the laces. And a Vibram SPE midsole and 917 outsole ensure long-lasting comfort and reliable grip regardless of your terrain for legendary stamina and toughness.
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Looking like a hipster James Bond, Casey Neistat heads to the Bonneville Salt Flats to finally start filming the commercial for the Mercedes CLA.
From running the streets to sipping tea with Prince Edward, here's how the game of cricket changed the lives of the kids of Compton.
Actress and filmmaker Natalie Portman has graced stages and screens from most of the past two decades, winning a variety of awards including an Academy Award for best actress. This portrait was taken by Jake Chessum in 2001 during a shoot for Nylon magazine. The photographer captured this timeless pic of Portman on a windy roof in New York City on a hazy day facing into perfect light. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"
The Land Rover Defender is one of the longest-running nameplates in the business. This framed print is dedicated to three of the most iconic versions. It features an army green example from 1948 (back when it was the Land Rover Series I), a seafoam two-door from 1971 (called the Series III), and a 1989 four-door decked out with a roof rack. The print's simple forms will look great anywhere from an office or garage to a kids' room and are printed using a 12-color giclée process on archival-quality fine art paper. Comes pre-mounted with a black frame and white matting.
Ships mounted and framed. 16" x 20"
After receiving a computer from his family, former typographer Hal Lasko has taken his craft from paper to pixels. Dot by dot, the lovable 97-year old began creating amazing 8-bit art using Microsoft Paint, while inspiring us all with his talent and charm.
We're not sure this is exactly what Google had in mind for their latest piece of wearable technology, but you have to admit, James Deen and Andy San Dimas really do a great job highlighting the key features. Of the glasses. We were talking about the glasses. NSFW.