Wes Anderson has been hinting at a Fantastic Mr. Fox-esque stop-motion for a while now, but today he finally made it official. The director announced that the film will be called Isle of Dogs and will feature voices from some of his usuals like Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, F. Murray Abraham, Jeff Goldblum, and Edward Norton, as well as Bryan Cranston, Scarlett Johansson, and Yoko Ono. Not only that, but he's giving fans a chance to voice a dog in the film by donating to the Film Foundation.
We're sorry, Mr. Neeson, but you're slightly over-qualified for this position. And too intense. Way too intense. Liam Neeson shows off his acting range in this audition for a mall Santa, bringing a dose of reality and method acting to the man in the red suit.
There is a critically under-served segment of the commercially-available drone market: drones that can lift an adult human. As in, there aren't any. In the spirit of innovation, Casey Neistat and his team built their own, and celebrated Christmas by flying over the slopes with their massive drone.
By now, we all know about the Falcon 9 rocket's first landing at Cape Canaveral a year ago. Everyone was excited about the news, but none as much as SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. For the first time, we get to see just how jacked he was with National Geographic's behind-the-scenes look at the entire event.
Get the patents. Make a video. Prove the concept, then wait. The front end of Amazon that we're all familiar with — it's retail website — is just the tip of a massive internet juggernaut. Amazon also pretty much hosts the internet through its Amazon Web Services platform, also the most profitable part of the company. Now, Amazon wants you to buy your groceries at its coming chain of checkout-less locations, with the aim of getting as big a slice of a $25 trillion dollar pie as possible. And this is just the beginning.
On December 15, 2016, the sports world lost a legend. Famed NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager lost his two-and-a-half year battle with leukemia. Donning a signature flashy jacket, he sat down with CBS correspondent Jim Axelrod for what would be his last interview. Even in his final days, his outlook was just as bright as his wardrobe.