Godzilla currently carries the title of the King of the Monsters, but in just over a month, he'll get the chance to prove it. In the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong, the fire-breathing sea monster will defend his honor when he faces off against fellow icon King Kong. The two will battle it out on land and sea while the world watches. Starring Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Tyree Henry, the film will debut in theaters and on HBO Max on March 26, 2021.
The latest masterpiece from Woodworking Art is the iconic "Eleanor" Ford Mustang GT500 from the film Gone in 60 Seconds. Painstakingly recreated from a single block of Fujian cypress, the hand-carved model features working doors, hood, trunk, rolling wheels, and a fully-detailed interior and engine bay.
Elizabeth Carmichael had an idea in the gas-strapped '70s. With the Big Three undergoing their infamous "malaise era", Carmichael began promoting a fuel-efficient three-wheeled car with an Italian wedge shape — a complete 180 from Detroit. The plot thickens when Carmichael's past and the car's tech begin to come into focus, with an ending that's stranger than fiction. The Lady And The Dale premieres on January 31 on HBO.
Earth is trashed, forcing humanity's move to space. Except there's one problem — space is rapidly becoming a garbage dump too. This has lead to a whole industry that finds gold in what others throw away, salvaging space debris for profit. But one group of misfits comes into possession of a robotic child that doubles as a superweapon, changing the entire focus of the team. Space Sweepers comes to Netflix February 5th.
47 years, 17 albums, and all the highs and lows that come with being one of the biggest rock acts ever — longevity can't describe the pride of Australia, AC/DC. The band released their latest album, PWR/UP, in late 2020, and it proves that they're still at the top of their game.
For their latest video, The Slow Mo Guys get super sciency on us. They ditch the giant water balloons and mouse traps we're used to and focus on a piece of lab equipment you may have never heard of — an ultrasonic homogenizer. The device rapidly vibrates to mix normally unmixable liquids. Regardless of the subject, Gavin still delivers the slow-mo goodness we love, capturing its vibrations with a Phantom V2511 camera at 170,000 frames per second.