Zach Galifianakis has been awkwardly interviewing everyone from Brad Pitt to former POTUS Barack Obama between his two ferns. He's now taking the show on the road for a feature film. The Hangover star will travel the country to interview celebrities like Matthew Mcconaughey, Benedict Cumberbatch, Brie Larson, David Letterman, Peter Dinklage, and more in an attempt to restore his reputation. Between Two Ferns: The Movie premieres September 20, 2019, on Netflix.
Set during WWII, a young German boy named Jojo is away at summer camp. It's not a very good time for Jojo, as he spends most of the time being bullied. After an especially bad episode, he creates an imaginary friend to help him cope — Adolph Hitler. Written and directed by Taika Waititi, Jojo Rabbit stars Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, and comes to theaters October 19, 2019.
Most portable chargers are only wireless until it's time to charge their own batteries. Courant's Carry does away with them altogether by supporting wire-free charging for both your devices and its own battery. Qi-compatible, it's good for up to two full charges and supports fast wireless charging as well as stacked charging, so you can charge it and your phone simultaneously while on top of one wired charger. It also has a USB-C port for even faster charging of compatible devices, and is wrapped in pebble-grain Italian leather so it won't distract from the rest of your ensemble.
Length: 5.5" / Width: 2.9" / Depth: 0.7"
Input: 18W USB-C, 5W Wireless / Output: 18W USB-C, 10W Wireless / Capacity: 8,000 mAh / Included: Carry, USB-C Charging Cable, Dust Bag
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In June, chef Roy Choi and director Jon Favreau debuted their cooking series on Netflix. Now, the duo is back in the kitchen for another season. Volume two will include appearances from Seth Rogen, David Chang, Binging with Babish's Andrew Rea, chef Daniele Uditi of Pizzana, and chef Wes Avila of Guerilla Tacos. There's also a special Star Wars episode with The Mandalorian director Dave Filoni that was filmed at Skywalker Ranch. The Chef Show returns September 13, 2019.
Bugatti is no stranger to setting records and on August 2, 2019, they added another to their collection. Driver Andy Wallace hit a top speed of 304.77 mph while driving a modified Chiron at Volkswagen's Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany. The feat set a world record, making Bugatti the first hypercar to break through the 300 mph barrier.
Secrid rose to prominence with their Cardprotector, a design award winner that kept cards from breaking and preventing unauthorized RFID/NFC scanning. Those same features are at the core of the Cardslide, but with some big upgrades. Not only does the high-quality aluminum casing keep your cards protected, but with one movement they slide out in overlapping sequence for easy retrieval. It can hold up to six cards, or use the space for notes, coins, and keys instead. Either way, the Cardslide is tough and durable yet lightweight.
Already known for their toughness, the latest addition to the I.N.O.X. line adds a carbon case for a new level of strength. The lightweight, space-tested carbon composite is highly resistant to both scratches and heat and houses a highly visible face with luminous hands and indexes protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The timepiece is powered by Swiss-made automatic movement Sellita SW200 with a 38-hour power reserve, visible through the titanium exhibition case back. Each watch finished with a black rubber strap and is delivered in a special packaging that holds an exclusive Spartan PS knife with matte black handles and a black protective bumper.
Diameter: 43mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 200 meters / Weight 3.6 oz
Today, Lana Del Rey released her sixth studio album and celebrated with a cover of Sublime's 1996 "Doin' Time" in her signature melancholia fashion. She accompanied the released with Attack of the 50 Foot Woman-inspired visuals, featuring an over-sized version of the singer stoping through Los Angeles. Norman Fucking Rockwell is available now.
The 1979 sci-fi blockbuster Alien is a certified classic film and launched a massive franchise that continues to put out films today. That first film was something different from the more action-oriented sequels — an exploration of ancient fears that we feel down to our bones. Memory: The Origins of Alien recounts how Alien came to be, from H.R. Giger's art to director Ridley Scott's vision.