In 1925, Nome, Alaska, was in the throes of a diphtheria epidemic. A call for help went out over the radio, and 20 mushers and 150 lead dogs made a relay run over 600 miles with medicine to save the town. Norwegian dog breeder and musher Leonhard Seppala and his lead dog Togo was chosen for the most difficult part of the trail, and this is their story. Starring Willem Dafoe, Togo debuts on Disney+ December 20, 2019.
Star Trek-style replicators sound like a great idea — until someone hacks them and your burger turns into a spinach shake. Directed by Pixar alumn Colin Levy, Skywatch finds two boys hacking their neighbors' replicators and dealing with the deadly consequences once they're found out.
The stormtrooper is easily the most iconic military model in history — despite being exceptionally poor at marksmanship. The menacing design of the Empire's shock troops was the brainchild of concept artist Ralph McQuarrie, and as the Star Wars films went from planet to planet, the stormtroopers design changed to suit the environment. Watch how the look was refined, from the original trilogy to the upcoming Rise of Skywalker.
David Leitch is no stranger to action. The director has had a hand in films like John Wick, Atomic Blonde, and Deadpool 2. For his latest project, Leitch gave a simple, neighborhood snowball fight a cinematic spin. The most impressive part is the whole short was shot entirely on an iPhone 11.
Want something iconic? Look no further than the Land Rover Discovery. The British 4x4 has conquered the worst terrain on the globe, crawled every continent, and helped cement the company's future making world-class offroaders. Here's everything you need to know about the Land Rover Discovery — and welcome back, James.
You wouldn't say Stranger Things is missing any '80s nostalgia — until you hear the amazing intro song Bad Lip Reading came up with. As iconic as the original theme has become, Bad Lip Reading's version will have you yearning for three channels, rabbit ear reception, and Friday nights gathered around the television — plus some hilariously bad dialogue interpretation.