Ben Affleck practically ran a one man show, acting as writer, director, executive producer, and star of his latest film. Based on the 2012 novel by Dennis Lehane, our newest Batman heads down south where he goes from the son of a Boston police captain to head of the Tampa underworld. The trailer starts off as a Prohibition Era Drive, with Affleck waiting in the getaway car. He later works his way up to a full-fledge gangster. The film is full of familiar faces, including Elle Fanning, Chris Messina, Sienna Miller, Zoe Saldana and Chris Cooper and is slated for release January 13, 2017.
It's that time of year again, and we're not talking about the last days of summer. Apple has rolled out their new and improved product lineup, showcasing a new Apple Watch, the usual iPhone update, and the death of the 3.5mm headphone jack as we know it. The iPhone 7 ditches the jack for water- and dust-proofing, and an allegedly slimmer profile. But don't panic, Apple also announced Air Pods, their own wireless solution to the cable-cutting elimination of the headphone jack.
The Burning Man Festival. Every year in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, strange creatures come together to make things that approximately represent the flora or fauna around us and shoot flames. You could legitimately mistake Burning Man for a festival of people who love to build things that shoot flames. Mark Day captured 2016's Burning Man in this hyperlapse that shows you all the flame-shooting things.
Abstract art — the equivalent of seeing shapes in clouds — is recreated here in a dish. Milk, acrylic colors, soap, oil, and a macro lens let you see anything you want in these roiling colors.