It was the darkest hour in the history of England — and it would turn out to be their finest. Led by Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the UK was staring down the barrel of Nazi Germany. Under pressure to make a peace deal that would turn the country into a German puppet state, Churchill refused and spurred Britain to fight back. An unrecognizable Gary Oldman stars as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, coming to theaters November 22, 2017.
Cinematographer Tom Lowe is taking the time-lapse to another level. Awaken is a wordless look at humans, technology, and how it shapes our relationship to the world around us. Filmed over five years in 30 countries, Lowe developed some new tech to capture incredible footage from the skyline of Dubai to the northern lights.
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For Issue 03, we headed to upstate New York to test drive the prototype electric Bollinger B1, the next-generation minimalist utility truck. We then took a classic Ford Bronco from the 1970's down Kentucky's legendary Bourbon Trail, stopping and sampling all along the route — and even getting schooled by master distiller Jimmy Russell. You'll find the world's best bourbon guide in this issue, with 25 bottles ranging in price from $25 to $4,000 a bottle. To complete our boxy, American-made SUV trifecta, we drove an Icon Ford Bronco up to Yosemite. Finally, we wrapped things up with edited guides full of the best hiking boots, backpacks, turntables, headphones, and camp knives.
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If you're going to play a lethal assassian, you're going to have to fight like one. Charlize Theron did just that while preparing for her role as MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton. In this Atomic Blonde featurette, Theron, dierctor David Leitch, and stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave reveal the intese training that went down to create the fight choregraphy for the film. More impressive than that, she did all of the stunts herself.
One of the most important things to a bowler is something you can't even see — the pattern of oil that protects the wood of the lane. The PBA uses specific patterns for tournaments, and correctly assessing the pattern can be the difference between winning and losing. Vox and Parker Bohn III look at oil patterns and how even an amateur like you can improve your game by understanding them.