Gal Gadot is blowing up box offices with her portrayal of the comic book hero Wonder Woman. With the Amazonian Princess back in the spotlight, a film detailing her origin seems like a no-brainer. Based on a true story, this biopic follows the life of Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston during the time he created the fictional character and also reveals the inspiration behind her — his wife and their lover. Starring Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, and Bella Heathcote, Professor Marston & the Wonder Women is due out October 27, 2017.
Smokin' Ed Currie likes it hot. He loves the heat so much, he bred the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina Reaper. Hitting just over 1.5 million on Scoville scale, it's the hottest thing you'll find this side of Dante's Inferno — unless someone tries to take Ed's record. In case that happens, Ed claims to have peppers that are twice as hot as the Reaper and would smoke the competition.
Man and dogs have been inseparable since the dawn of time — or at least the last 20,000 years. Taking place during Europe's Ice Age, a young hunter makes an unlikely ally in a lone wolf. The pair endures the harsh elements and the dangers of an unpredictable wilderness as they journey back to their tribe in the origin story of man's best friend. Starring Kodi Smit-McPhee, Leonor Varela and Jens Hultén, the film is slated for release March 2, 2018.
Hippos are native to sub-Saharan Africa, so how did Colombia end up with a thriving hippopotamus population? It can all be attributed to one man — Pablo Escobar. Along with billions of dollars of cocaine, Escobar also smuggled illegal animals into the country. The collection of exotic wildlife served as a safari for his Hacienda Napoles estate. After his death, all of the animals were moved to zoos with the exception of four escaped hippos. These four have now multiplied into 40 and can be found roaming the Colombian countryside.
Take a break from mouth-watering recipes and smooth voice tones. Babish has over a million subscribers, and he's taking you on a tour of his place — and a special look at what's going on above the apron. Also, he shows you how to make some really big tacos.
Hotel Terme Millepini in Italy has a very special attraction: the world's deepest pool. Y-40 measures 131 deep or 40 meters. Guillaume Néry is a former world-record holding freediver, having gone over 350 feet with out any equipment. Guillaume takes a leisurely dive to the bottom of Y-40 in this impressive display.