Lakeith Stanfield seems to still be stuck in the sunken place in the bizarre red band trailer for Sorry to Bother You. The Get Out actor plays Cassius Green, a broke telemarketer living in Oakland. Once a coworker gives him the secret to success, Green is transported to a macabre universe. Also starring Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Patton Oswalt, Steven Yeun, Terry Crews, Danny Glover, and the voice of David Cross, the film is slated for release July 6, 2018.
Legendary puppeteer Frank Oz signed on to play Yoda in Star Wars, but when a prior commitment forced him to leave filming early, he hand-picked his successor: Dave Barclay. At 19 years old, Barclay picked up right where Oz left off, and the transition was seamless — so seamless that it helped launch the career of Barclay, who would go on to play Jabba the Hut and various Muppets.
Richard Jenkins loves sailing — on land and sea. He broke a speed record for land sailing in a vehicle of his own design and then set his sights on something completely different — bringing autonomous tech to sailing. His company Sail Drone has a fleet of self-sailing drones, powered by nothing but sun and wind, that are navigating the San Fransico Bay and sending back real-time telemetry via satellite.
Ethan messed up. A botched mission sees nuclear material falling into the wrong hands — and it's up to the IMF team to fix their mistake. Tom Cruise is back in Mission: Impossible - Fallout, starring Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, and coming to theaters July 27, 2018.
During last night's Late Show, Stephen Colbert was starting the show like he always does until Deadpool came out of nowhere to crash the party. The Regenerating Degenerate hijacked his monologue to take a few a jabs at Trump and slam that a-hole, Ryan Reynolds. Deadpool 2 will be in theaters Friday.
Gamers, prepare to be amazed. After you pick your jaw up from the floor, allow Lewis Hilsenteger to walk you through his insane gaming PC setup. It starts with a 42.5-inch 4K LG Display, flanked by a pair of 24-inch portrait displays to completely immerse you in the action. It's powered by a Xidex PC with a PlayStation input. At the heart of the station is an Imperator reclining chair, fitted with a refrigerator and snack stand for those long nights of Far Cry 5. But playing in a throne fit for a gaming king doesn't come cheap. Altogether, it'll set you back about $30,000.