Outside of the dribble, it's the most ubiquitous move in basketball, one of the bedrock fundamentals of the sport — the jump shot. But where did it come from? The story starts in Wyoming, with Kenny Sailors, who brought the jump shot and much, much more to the sport of basketball. Presented by Steph Curry with interviews from NBA and college greats spanning the history of the sport, Jump Shot will premiere online April 16th-18th at Jumpshotmovie.com.
Weed and food have always gone hand-in-hand and Netflix is now giving the world a show that celebrates that perfect union. Hosted by singer and chef Kelis and chef and cannabis expert Leather Storrs, Cooked with Cannabis features three chefs battling it out to create the best marijuana-infused foods. The dishes will be tasted by a panel of celebrity judges and the winner will take home $10,000. Not coincidentally, the new series will begin streaming on 4/20.
Nearly 20 years after the song's release, Michael Andrews and Gary Jules breathed new life into Tears for Fears' "Mad World" with a cover in the film Donnie Darko. Now, another 20 years after that, the current times have made the single more relevant than ever. During quarantine, Curt Smith took advantage of his free time to cover the cover of his band's 1982 classic alongside his daughter Diva. The video was published by his good friend and fashion designer Tory Burch.
Nike's Air Max line of sneakers has become a cultural icon the world over. More than just a shoe, Air Max has taken on a whole new meaning to some of its biggest fans and a fashion touchstone. Here's the Air Max story, from 1990 to 2020.