When you're one of the best late-night talk show hosts on the air, you don't get a gift card to Applebees for your birthday. Instead, you get your childhood comic book brought to life. Head by J.J. Abrams, Jimmy Kimmel's A-list friends put together a blockbuster-worthy trailer followed his own superhero team. Ben Affleck starred as the leader Muscle Man, while Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Cousin Sal, Jon Hamm, Shaq, Ty Burrell, and Billy Crudup made up the rest of the Terrific Ten. The group goes up against the villainous Dr. Bolt who is played by none other than Jimmy's real-life for Matt Damon.
Jay Bahadur wanted to be a journalist. Instead of journalism school, he opted for an on-the-job education: by going to Somalia to learn about the rise of piracy off the Horn of Africa. Based on Bahadur's book, The Pirates of Somalia stars Evan Peters, Barkhad Abdi, and Al Pacino. The film comes to theaters December 8, 2017.
Anyone who watches Stranger Things knows Eleven is a sucker for Eggos. Although, when you've pushed her into a psychokinetic rage, it's going to take more than a simple toaster waffle to calm her down. This is why in season two Hopper had to whip up the Triple-Decker Eggo Extravaganza. In this episode of Binging with Babish, Andrew Rea recreates the Redi-whip and Hershey kiss version from the show but also flexes his chef's muscle and makes a restaurant-worthy rendition.
From its beginning as the hardscrabble war hero to its current incarnation as a capable-yet-civilized everyday driver, the Jeep has evolved like few other cars. Donut captures every stage in the life of the American icon over the last 77 years.
Based on the 1989 graphic novel, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight takes Gotham City back over 100 years ago to the Victorian era. The Ripper is terrorizing women in Gotham, creating panic as the gruesome murders catch the imagination of the public. Bruce Wayne and an unlikely ally join forces to take the mask off the perpetrator and bring the streets of Gotham back to a semblance of safety. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight comes to Blu-Ray and digital in 2018.
It's never too early for the John Lewis Christmas ad. Featuring elbow's cover of The Beatles song "Golden Slumbers", this year's Michel Gondry-directed spot won't leave you in the usual puddle of tears, but little Joe and his new monster friend Moz getting into some midnight mischief will put a smile on your face.