The latest action thriller from Netflix is somewhat of a Marvel reunion. It starts Chris Hemsworth, is directed by franchise stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave, and Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo serve as executive producers. If that's not enough to pique your interest, Stranger Thing's David Harbour also makes an appearance. As for as the actual film, it follows a black market mercenary on a mission to save the son of an international crime lord. Extraction will premiere on April 24, 2020.
While many of us are sheltering-in-place during the COVID-19 outbreak, thousands of healthcare workers are on the front lines. Adam Sandler shows the doctors and nurses across the globe some love in the most Adam Sandler way possible — a song. On the latest episode of The Tonight Show the former SNL star debuts his newest single "Quarantine Song."
Jeff Koons is known for making everyday objects into-large scale works of art. More than two decades in the making, "Play-Doh" is one of his most monumental sculptures. The 10-foot object first appeared in 2014 at the Whitney Museum as part of the artist's Celebration series and depicts the children's modeling toy using 27 individual forms of aluminum. The iconic piece will go up for sale on May 17, 2020 at Christie's in New York.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Philipp Klein Herrero had been looking forward to a skiing trip with his family for over a year — and then coronavirus cancels his plans. Instead of being defeated, Phillipp got creative and took skiing to his living room.
With a stockpile of high-tech parts and highly-skilled engineers, Tesla is perfectly positioned to make ventilators to help the sickest coronavirus patients. This tour through Tesla's engineering department shows their team at work on creating their own ventilator using components from their cars.
While Kanye West is widely known as a rapper and fashion designer, he was once an aspiring artist. The works of a 17-year-old Yeezy popped up in an episode of Antiques Roadshow at Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona. Acquired by a cousin-in-law after the death of West's mother, appraiser Laura Woolley reviewed five of his pieces and estimated the grouping at $23,000.