On November 28, 1953, bacteriologist and Central Intelligence Agency employee Frank Olsen jumped to his death out the thirteenth-floor window of the Hotel Statler. It was initially deemed a suicide, but after the government later admitted to giving Olsen LSD without his knowledge, others begin to suspect foul play. In this six-part documentary series, director Errol Morris explores the strange circumstances surrounding the tragic event through interviews and dramatic reenactments. It's set for streaming on Netflix December 15, 2017.
Adam Savage has a cosplay problem. He loves movies and costuming, and Chewbacca is his favorite costume of all time. He had Tom Spina Designs create a perfectly detailed replica based on the original Chewbacca molds, and Adam visited the shop to look at how his Chewy was made. Fortunately, his obsession doesn't interfere with his day job.
There aren't many shoes that are versatile enough for a formal occasion but also look great with a pair of jeans. But The Newton is up for both occasions and plenty in-between. Each pair is Goodyear welted for flexibility and maximum durability and they're lined with leather for increased breathability, and have a comfortable footbed and a leather outsole that's built to stand the test of time. And even when that outsole wears thin, they can be easily re-soled by a repair service -- extending the life of your favorite pair. Available in black and oak leather.
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Taking what you love about your favorite jeans and dialing it up a notch, the Olivers Passage Pant is aiming to be your new go-to. The performance pants are made from Cordura threads giving them a soft, lightweight yet durable exterior. A four-way stretch makes them comfortable enough for biking or binge-watching while a tailored look and stainless steel Italian hardware dress them up just enough to make it in the boardroom. Each pair is designed and made in Los Angeles.
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The Force isn't strong with everyone, so the Last Jedi cast had to put in some serious work. In this behind-the-scenes look, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie, John Boyega, and Kelly Marie train like a Jedi to prepare for scenes in the upcoming Star Wars release. The film is set for theaters December 15, 2017.
It wasn't the first color process, and it definitely wasn't the easiest. But Technicolor not only dominated color films for almost 40 years, it also dictated how films were made. Vox looks at how Technicolor works and some common misconceptions about the process in this video.