Before the personal computer, the internet, and the smartphone, the original disruptor was the typewriter. From the Underwood to the IBM Selectric, the clack of the typewriter was the sound of work for nearly a century. California Typewriter brings typing enthusiasts like Tom Hanks, John Mayer, and others together for a meditation on the intersection of human creativity and technology. California Typewriter comes to select theaters August 18, 2017.
The Man in Black fled across the desert and the Gunslinger followed. So begins Stephen King's epic Dark Tower series of novels. The long-awaited film adaptation is finally here, except that it isn't an adaptation — it is its own entry in the series. Idris Elba stars as Roland Deschain, the last Gunslinger in a dying world, as he chases down Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black, a mysterious sorcerer who might hold the answers to the world's undoing. The Dark Tower comes to theaters August 4, 2017.
Eating right doesn't mean you have to sacrifice all snacking. Chomps is a beef snack stick with no added sugar, gluten, dairy, hormones, or antibiotics. The 100% grass-fed beef they use offers 9 grams of protein and under 110 calories in every stick. Available in four flavors, it's a delicious beef jerky you can enjoy with zero guilt.
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When you slap on deodorant each day, you don't think much about how it affects your body. But since your skin absorbs around 60% of what you put on it, it might be worth considering. Oars + Alps uses aluminum-free, natural ingredients sourced from the arctic circle for all their products, including this deodorant. And unlike other natural deodorants, they are alcohol and glycol free. So you're free of potentially harmful toxins while smelling fresh and keeping dry.
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The latest short from Neil Blomkamp's Oats Studios finds the Man Upstairs gleefully playing with his creations. With the help of His butler, Geoffrey, we find that if we are created in his image, He's kind of a jerk. Sharlto Copley stars in this irreverent look at Creation.
Go ahead. Keep ignoring the advice of scientists and experts. We'll just control our own climate with a series of satellites. Then it will break and kill us all with a series of natural disasters and only Gerard Butler will be able to save us. Directed by Independence Day writer Dean Devlin, the film is slated for release in October 2017.