Select Walmart parking lots around the US will soon be transformed into drive-in theaters, thanks to a partnership with the company behind the Tribeca Film Festival, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The “safe, socially distanced drive-in events,” as Walmart describes them on its website, will run from August through October at 160 locations across the country.
Just days after the long-rumored sequel to Scarface got a director in Luca Gaudagnino, high-end jeweler Jacob & Co. announced a blinged-out timepiece honoring Brian De Palma’s cinematic classic. Continue reading ‘SCARFACE’ HONORED WITH LIMITED EDITION WATCH FROM JACOB & CO.
Fila and the estate of Christopher Wallace—aka the Notorious B.I.G. and Biggie Smalls—are dropping a special edition streetwear collection celebrating the late hip-hop legend’s debut album, Ready To Die. Continue reading FILA CELEBRATES BIGGIE SMALLS’ DEBUT ALBUM WITH STREETWEAR COLLECTION
It’s official: The Sony PlayStation 5 will arrive just in time for the 2020 holiday season. Continue reading SONY CONFIRMS PLAYSTATION 5 WITH INTERACTIVE CONTROLLERS GETS 2020 LAUNCH DATE
The intense final trailer for director Todd Phillips’ Joker is here, and it shows Joaquin Phoenix in his full greasepainted glory as Arthur Fleck, a clown-for-hire by day who aspires to be a stand-up comic at night.
In 1979, when Sony introduced the Walkman—a 14-ounce cassette player, blue and silver with buttons that made a satisfying chunk when pushed—even the engineers inside Sony weren’t impressed. It wasn’t particularly innovative; cassette players already existed, and so did headphones. Plus, the Walkman could only play back—it couldn’t record. Who was going to want a device like that?