A boy finds an other-worldly notebook that holds the power over life and death. Writing a name and picturing the person's face brings death to them — and the notebook's new owner goes on a god-like power trip, killing those he thinks should die. Based on the hugely popular Japanese manga, Death Note comes to Netflix August 25, 2017.
Googling your name can be hilarious — or completely terrifying. Now imagine searching your name when you're a famous actor. Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal sit down with the most popular web searches using their names and answer the questions themselves, instead of letting Google answer for them.
For Issue 05, we gathered ten of the world's best Barn Finds, ten of the most interesting caviar-and-potato chip pairings, three spectacular places to stay in Italy, and thirty stunning objects of desire.
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At the height of Wham!'s popularity, the George Michael-fronted duo played two concerts in China. As one of the first western groups to play in the Communist country, the experience had a sobering effect on Michael. This never-before-broadcast interview from 1986 has the then-recently solo star speaking about where he plans to take his musical career and being one of the world's biggest pop stars.
Mike Hopkins returns for another magical ride. With locations including Hawaii, Seattle, Revelstoke Mountain, and Abraham Lake, his dream sequence takes his mountain bike through fire and ice to capture the most incredible bike trail on Earth.
Inspired by one of the most iconic military timepieces ever created, the Pilot Pioneer is a reinterpretation with real character. The mechanical hand-wound watch takes cues from the legendary Hamilton W10, a watch produced for the British Royal Air Force in 1973 and carries with it the form and function that made it memorable. Each timepiece features a black textured dial that's as easy to read as it was for pilots in the 70's, with luminous sword hands and numerals. It also has a sleek vintage-inspired case that integrates seamlessly into the lugs for added comfort. The new release also adds hardened mineral crystal with double anti-reflective coating for an extra layer of toughness. The Pilot Pioneer is powered by the H-50 hand-winding movement with 80 hours of power reserve and is finished with your choice of a gray textile or brown leather NATO strap.
Presented by Hamilton
Presented by Hamilton
Since their entry into the jeans market, Mott & Bow have changed the way men shop for denim. They use artisan techniques to make their jeans, with fabric sourced from some of the best mills in the world without cutting corners. And their Home Try-On Program is still the easiest way to get the best jeans and the best fit. Now, Mott & Bow is expanding their line of slim fit jeans again, taking the slightly stretchy, never too tight, nor too loose jeans and adding black and gray colorways. The new colors go with almost anything, and just like the rest of the line they're soft, comfortable, and will never look dated.
Presented by Mott & Bow.
In a strange turn of events, one of the best reboots of 2017 just might be a Domino's Pizza commercial. With Joe Keery playing the iconic 80's slacker Ferris Bueller, the Stranger Things star races home to beat the delivery man in an almost an exact remake of the film's "race home" scene. The ad tops it off with a cameo from Alan Ruck, having us begging for a complete film.
Virtual reality is here. Tech companies are all-in on the technology, with commercially-available headsets like Oculus' Rift and Valve's Steam VR proving that VR is here to stay. This tech demo by Disney shows two users passing and catching a real ball using VR headsets, giving a glimpse at what it might be like using real objects in a virtual setting instead of just a controller.