Stranger Things is the Duffer brothers love letter to classic films. The series is full of movies references including Alien, Carrie, E.T, Indiana Jones, Jaws, the list goes on. While some are blatant blockbuster riffs, others are subtle odes to their favorite scenes. To ensure viewers catch every tribute, Ross and Matt give a almost definitive list of the show's references.
Moose is on the verge of doing something he's desperately wanted for years — meeting his favorite action movie star Hunter Dunbar. The opportunity is snatched away from Moose, but he refuses to give up, blurring line between fan and obsession. Directed by Fred Durst and starring John Travolta, The Fanatic comes to theaters August 30, 2019.
Since 1963, the Porsche 911 has gone through eight major revisions, with the latest edition set to launch in summer 2019. It sounds strange, but Porsche has assembled all eight generations of the 911 for the first time in one epic road trip.
Will Smith is looking like the Fresh Prince again in his upcoming film. Penned by Game of Thrones creator David Benioff and directed by Ang Lee, Smith is an aging assassin at the end of his career when he finds himself going up against his toughest opponent yet — a younger version of himself. Also starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen and Benedict Wong, Gemini Man releases in theaters October 11, 2019.
Danny McBride, John Goodman, and Adam Devine are the Gemstones — a televangelist family known around the world. The dysfunctional trio hides their greedy, deceptive ways behind righteous personas and the occasional charitable act. The series premieres August 18, 2019, on HBO.
With the summer Olympics just a year away, the Tokyo Organizing Committee is unveiling the new medals. The 2020 hardware is 100% sustainable and made from recycled mobile phones and electronic devices. All of the materials were donated by the people of Japan over the last two years. Their exteriors are designed to resemble rough stones that have been repeatedly polished and now shine brightly to honor the athlete's long journey to the games.