Nearly 50 years after his death and Bruce Lee is still on of the most legendary martial arts stars to grace the silver screen, largely due to the body of work he left behind. In a new box set, the Criterion Collection is honoring the legacy of the icon by releasing five of his classic films. The seven-disc lot includes digitally restored versions of Enter The Dragon, The Way of The Dragon, Fist of Fury, The Big Boss, and Game of Death along with interviews, commentary, and new music. Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hit will drop on July 14, 2020.
Hasbro has released some serious nostalgia fuel for those of us that are a certain age — full episodes of the '80s Saturday morning cartoon classic G.I. Joe. Starting with the first five-episode miniseries that premiered in 1983, you can watch up to the fifth episode of the first season with 15 full-length episodes in total.
Ironically, as most of the world is spending time at home, Apple TV+ is dropping a new project focused on incredible shelters around the world. The documentary series travels to different communities across the globe to explore innovative and extraordinary abodes both and the visionaries that create them. Executive produced by the people behind Chef's Table, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, and , Home will premiere on April 17, 2020.
In 1930s Los Angeles, attorney and private detective Perry Mason gets an interesting case: An investigation of a high-profile child kidnapping that runs parallel with the LAPD's. Based on the short stories by Erle Stanley Gardner, Perry Mason stars Matthew Rhys, Tatiana Maslany, and John Lithgow.
Yeti is known for their high-performance and high-price coolers and drinkware. A couple years ago, the company placed that same business model and created the $40 LoadOut Bucket. To determine if the Yeti is worth its price tag, YouTube channel You Betcha put the pricey bucket up against a generic hardware store bucket in a series of rigorous 5-gallon tests.
For seven years, Al Capone ruled the Chicago streets as the Prohibition era's most feared crime boss. His reign was cut short when the mobster was sent to jail for a decade. For his upcoming biopic, director Josh Trank picks up with a 47-year-old Capone, freshly released from prison and suffering from dementia while living out his final days in Miami. Starring a nearly unrecognizable Tom Hardy, the film will release on VOD May 12, 2020.