After a year-long wait, season two of the Ron Howard-produced sci-fi series has finally arrived. The six-part follow-up skips ahead a few years into the furture after the Daedalus astronauts have settled into their colony Olympus Town. Elon Musk, Andy Weir, Robert Zubrin, and Neil deGrasse Tyson will continue their commentary on the difficulties the hypothetical crew might face in their new home on the Red Planet. Mars returns November 12, 2018, on National Geographic.
You would be hard pressed to find anyone in Hollywood that works as hard as Tom Cruise. The actor is adamant about performing his own stunts, and in Mission: Impossible - Fallout Cruise does some of the riskiest on-screen exploits of his career. Go behind-the-scenes and see how Cruise flew helicopters, broke an ankle, and performed a HALO jump more than 100 times for his latest film.
To commemorate the RAF's 100th anniversary, Avi-8 are releasing a series of timepieces dedicated to each decade the warfare force has roamed the skies. The latest announced is the 1960's and 1980's editions. Both feature case's fashioned from marine grade stainless steel with a brushed finish and measure 43mm in diameter with a scratch-resistant sapphire lens and a see-through case back. Each watch is powered by rock-solid Japanese Miyota automatic movement, and boast dials with a date window at 3'oclock and Arabic indices to echo the fonts and details reflected in the aircraft of the era. The timepieces are finished with a genuine hand-stitched leather strap for an added dose of rugged sophistication.
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Founded in 1884, Victorinox delivered their first knife to the Swiss Army in 1891. In the years since, their product line has expanded to include more than just the iconic multi-tool, including cutlery, timepieces, and outdoor gear, but their commitment to quality and utility remains as it was over 130 years ago.
Rich is the self-titled Dr. Frankenstein of Teslas. From his home in Massachusetts, the mad mechanic scours the internet for busted and broken-down Teslas so he can independently resurrect the dead electric vehicles. This wouldn't be so interesting if the Elon Musk-run car company discourage owners from doing this very thing. He shares his adventures on his YouTube channel Rick Rebuilds in an attempt to help other people take back the right to rebuild their cars.
Quentin Tarantino is a cinephile of the highest order. With such a massive film library in his head, when his ideas come to the screen, there's a lot of history in each shot. But it isn't just what you see that Tarantino wants you to remember — it's the hidden subtext between each line, movement of the camera, or look from the actors. Now You See It dives deep into Tarantino's philosophy, all in his own words, from archival interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from his career as a director.