Imagine if you could take rock, jazz, pop, classical, a genre you just made up, art, theater, and influences from around the world and molded them into one person who couldn't stop writing like they used to think sharks couldn't stop swimming. You'd have Frank Zappa, a legend like no other and one of the most unique composers in the history of music. Zappa is Frank in his own words, his colleagues' own words, and least importantly, the media's own words. Zappa is available everywhere Thanksgiving 2020.
Due to the current pandemic, you're going to have to wait another year to see the sequel to 2018's Halloween. The announcement was made on John Carpenter and director David Gordon Green's Twitter pages along with a note explaining, "If we release it in October of this year as planned, we have to face the reality that the film would be consumed in a compromised theatrical experience. After weighing our options, we have chosen to push the film's theatrical release by one year." While you wait for October 2021, enjoy this sneak peek of Halloween Kills.
On November 3, asteroid 2018VP1 will pass by Earth with a 0.41% chance (that's one in 240) of impact. At seven feet in diameter, the unlikely collision wouldn't be the end of the world — but Oreo isn't taking any chances. Taking the idea from the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Oreo created their own Global Oreo vault, dedicated to preserving those lovely cookies for future generations.
It's 1971 and a 24-year-old David Bowie has come to the US to tour in support of his latest record, The Man Who Sold The World. His wife Angie is pregnant with their first child in England, and the soon-to-be music icon is about to make his mark on America. Starring Johnny Flynn as David Bowie, Stardust hits theaters and streaming services on November 25th.