At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, stunt driver Terry Grant demonstrated how he earned his 23 world records. He did some impressive donuts in a Legends race car, but Grant was just getting warmed up. Once the car was was going, he hopped out, grabbed an audience member's phone, and jumped back in the driver's seat to film it. How do we get a look at that footage?
It's the year 2054. The crushing wave of the Information Age has broke and ran back to the sea. In the strewn wreckage of the digital collapse, the memories of an entire generation were wiped out — entire lives recorded as 1s and 0s are gone forever. Here are their stories.
Planes have been practically flying themselves for decades. Publicly available driverless cars are right over the horizon. But what about the humble bicycle? Thanks to this satirical news piece, future generations may never have to ride their bikes again.
Co-founder of hip-hop duo Blackalicious Timothy Parker has been on a 10-year hiatus from music. On the verge of their new release, Timothy talks about finding inspiration in the most unlikely of places — his bout with kidney failure and hours on the dialysis machine.
We finally get a look at Morgan in the latest trailer for Luke Scott's debut feature, who's father (A guy names Ridley. You may have heard of him) will be acting as producer. Anya Taylor-Joy plays a readily developing artificial human, out of control and wreaking havoc on her creators. Kate Mara, Rose Leslie, and Paul Giamatti try to terminate the situation when the film comes to theaters September 2, 2016.
It never gets old. Seeing things explode, crash, move, or assemble in slow motion is hypnotic. Here, the masters of the art crush spray paint cans with an axe to beautiful effect.