During Monday Night Football, a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi debuted and you know the commander of the First Order would have something to say about it. While most of the films have taken a look back at history, this one is going into the future and Kylo isn't buying. Although he's not so sure about the storyline, his overall reaction can be summed it up in one word — raw.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is opening in a couple months, but when Vogue caught up with actress Daisy Ridley, she wasn't in New York on a press tour. She was in town for a friend's wedding. Sitting in her swank hotel room, Daisy and Vogue sat down for 73 questions, a workout demonstration, and a cover of Eminem's "Lose Yourself".
Inspired by New York City's bike commuters and their stealth fashion sense, the latest protective headwear from Thousand takes the classic design of their Heritage Collection to the next level. The helmet boasts an all-black shell, trim, logo, and rivets that are paired with utilitarian nylon straps, seven air vents, three cooling channels, and their signature poplock to secure it to your bike once you've reached your destination.
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Constructed with mid-weight, 100% cotton plain weave fabric sourced from Europe's finest mills, Ledbury's Falkstone shirt is versatile enough to wear year-round. The comfortable button-down features an oversized, navy plaid pattern with a lowered second button for the perfect "V" at the neckline to prevent the shirt from being buttoned too high or too low. Each shirt is finished with a button-down collar and is available in classic and slim fit, sizes S-XXL.
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At first glance, Logan and Children of Men couldn't seem more different. But once you look past the former's superhero roots, you find the two films have a lot more in common. To start, both stories are set in a dystopian future and follow a pair of reluctant heroes on the path to redemption. In this visual essay, Michael Tucker further dissects these two character arcs to examine how the end is really in the beginning.
For three seasons from 1993 to 1996, one of the greatest kids shows of all time aired on Nickelodeon — The Adventures of Pete and Pete. Full of bizarre, surreal humor that was as entertaining for kids as it was for adults, the show quickly became a cult phenomenon. But what's the cast been up to for the last 20 years? Great Big Story got actors Mike Maronna and Danny Tamberelli together to find out.