After over 30 years, Eddie Murphy is returning to the throne for a sequel, this time as King. Newly crowned, the Zamunda royal and his advisor are heading back to America to find his son and heir. Also starring Arsenio Hall, Jermaine Fowler, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, Shari Headley, Wesley Snipes, and James Earl Jones, Coming 2 America will debut on Amazon Prime on March 5, 2021.
Billie Eilish has shot to the top of the charts as one of the best, most thoughtful songwriters in recent memory. Despite her meteoric rise, Billie is also one of the most laidback, understated personalities in the business — and the upcoming documentary Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry aims to tell you what made her the person she is. The film will premiere on AppleTV+ and in theaters on February 26, 2021.
Built from their signature waterproof fabric, Rains modernizes the classic cycling backpack. The rucksack features a large compartment with a roll-top closure to stow a variety of loads. Its adjustable strap is fitted with a loop to keep your bike lock within arms reach while a front pocket and a side laptop compartment makes for easy retrieval of your belongings while on the go. Minimal but also functional, the bag is finished with a padded back panel, adjustable shoulder straps, and a chest strap for added comfort and security.
Height: 23.6" (open) / Height: 19.3" (close) / Length: 12.2"
Every iconic rocker has a story to tell. A story of their past, their passions, and the journey from beginner to legend. This book set puts together the stories of some of the most important names in music with custom jackets that unite them even more on your shelf. The books represented include Patti Smith's Just Kids, Warren Zanes Tom Petty bio, Born to Run by Springsteen, Dylan's Chronicles Vol. 1, Peter Doggett's look at Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, and An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury. The six hardcover books custom jackets depict a band's instrument and gear on stage after a show.
Mercury: An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury by Lesley-Ann Jones
Chronicles Vol. 1 by Bob Dylan
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen
CSNY: Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young by Peter Doggett
Just Kids by Patti Smith
Ryan Reynolds doesn't know much of anything. In order to fill the black hole between his ears, he's started a Snapchat show — aptly titled Ryan Doesn't Know. The trailer looks terrifying, with Ryan wielding a chainsaw, throwing axes, and trying to make a drink. The carnage began January 30th, with new episodes every other day.
With the death of Queen Victoria, the era named after her is over. In London, a group made up of mostly women who become known as "The Touched", with strange powers that run from the supernatural to the fantastical. Amalia True and Penance Adair become the leaders of this new underclass, struggling to give themselves and others like them a place in society. The Nevers premieres on HBO in April 2021.
It might end in Fort Knox, but Goldfinger's action gets going in Switzerland's Urseren Valley. The Goldfinger Files covers the making of this iconic sequence. From Tilly Masterson's failed assassination to the chase through Goldfinger's smelting factory, this book investigates each shot using tons of unpublished material, photos, and even the original typed screenplay. A great addition to the library of any Bond or film aficionado.
10.5" x 13" / 192 Pages
In 1994 Supreme got its start as a humble skate shop in New York. More than 25 years later, it stands as one of the most important brands of our time. This hardbound book helps tell the Supreme story with reflections on a quarter-century of quality design and groundbreaking style. More than 800 images are found within its pages from photographers like Larry Clark, Ari Marcopoulos, and David Sims. Supreme's legendary collaborations are featured as well, along with behind-the-scenes content and written contributions from pop-culture critic Carlo McCormick and film director Harmony Korine. Perfect for fanboys as well as those with a keen interest in history, this book offers a definitive visual history of a streetwear giant.
Party on because Wayne and Garth are back together again. Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reprise their roles as the public-access hosts and return to the basement for another episode of Wayne's Worl. where the pair discuss 2020 and the upcoming game that cannot be named for legal reasons. The reunion is actually disguised as a teaser for a Super Bowl commercial for Uber Eats, which some may see as bowing to a sponsor or selling out, and that's just really sad.
Danny MacAskill has biked balance beams, hay bails, and rooftops, but his latest trail may be his most challenging yet. The trials rider returns home to the Isle of Sky to take on the Dubh Slabs in the Black Cuilin ridge. Overlooking the Loch Coruisk, Danny made his way through the 500 meters of continuous rock, and his team captured the whole thing with GoPros mounted a racing drone.