If you've got the cash, there's no first class seat like the Emirates first class seat. Featuring a massive, private cabin with retractable doors, personal wet bar, order-anytime menu, and a shower, it's like your own hotel room in the sky. Casey Neistat got a free upgrade on his way from Dubai to New York aboard an Emirates A380, and gives you an all-access tour of the best first class seating in the business.
Oh, jeez. The the Coen Brothers have become masters in the art of accents, best displayed in their film Fargo. So you betcha that Candice Drouet payed tribute to the film's Minnesota Nice by piecing together all of the oh, yah, and jeez used by the cast of characters.
You can't watch a film without hearing a four-letter word. But does all that bad language have a point? From Gone with the Wind to standup comedians like Lenny Bruce, swearing has a long history. Now You See It looks at the difference between swearing for effect, and swearing for the sake of swearing.
Even the host has a hard time getting to award shows on time. During last night's Emmy's, Jimmy Kimmel had to hitch a ride to the Microsoft Theater. Some familiar faces came to his aid, including the Dunphy's, Madam President, and James Corden — who took the opportunity to turn his lift into a mini episode of Carpool Karaoke. But in the end, the Mother of Dragons was the real hero.
In early filmmaking, stop-motion was the way everything was shot. Until Godzilla came along. With just six months to film instead of the needed 7 years, Ishirō Honda had to find a new way to film his monster movie. So he swapped the traditional method for suitmation — actors wearing latex suits and wrecking havoc on miniature sets — thus changing the industry forever.
It's getting close to Christmas, and you'll definitely want one of these under the tree — a really big tree. A Turkish company has created what people who grew up in the 8-s have always wanted: a real-life Transformer. Using a remote-controlled BMW as a base, the biggest toy in the world goes from a completely innocuous-looking car to a robot ready to save the plaet in about one minute.