The American Colony–When it comes to the pre-fall 2013 season, GANT Rugger reports for duty with a little humor in check. Inspired by the true story of a group of US army soldiers who by no accident disappeared during World War II while on duty in Algeria, the collection takes a playful poke at history. [...]
A team of restoration experts is currently hard at work salvaging a unique World War II aircraft from the bottom of the English Channel. Using cutting edge restoration
Forget the Force! The world's coolest Star Wars creation uses LEGO bricks and lots of it. The LEGO X-Wing is built with over 5 million bricks. It's the largest LEGO model ever built: The model of the classic Star Wars fighter being unveiled in Times Square has a wingspan of 44 feet and comes complete with R2-D2 and a full range of sound effects. Show More Summary
Australia’s famous Lithgow factory, which originally opened during the first world war to produce Enfield rifles for British Commonwealth troops, stopped producing civilian rifles decades ago and instead focused on military weapons, such as the Australia/New Zealand variants of the FN FAL and Steyr AUG rifles. I was surprised to learn that Winchester Australia have [...]
When Danielle Fishel appeared in Maxim magazine, she shared a story about Bob Saget asking her family for cocaine back in the TGIF days. Now Bob Saget is setting the story straight on the event.
With Walt Disney World’s recent expansion of Fantasyland and the expectations for an eventual theme park devoted entirely to Star Wars – Star Wars Weekends are already underway – Universal Orlando Resorts always has its work cut out in regard to keeping things fresh. Show More Summary
The speech by President Barack Obama, which touched upon perpetual war, his authority to carry out drone strikes, the efficacy of drones, closing Guantanamo Bay prison, adhering to the rule of law when fighting terrorism and even national security leaks, was wide-ranging and bewildering. It was longer than the “State of the Union” address he gave this year.
U.N. employee Gerry Lane must fight off a zombie invasion in this Marc Forster thriller, in theaters June 21st. [...]
The story of McConnell's Fine Ice Creams in Santa Barbara is definitely a charmer: Boy meets girl. Boy gets drafted into World War II. Boy tries amazing ice cream in France and wants to recreate it at home. Boy and girl (now married) move to Santa Barbara and boy uses his GI Bill money to buy an ice cream machine. Scoop shop is born.
So, Brad Pitt‘s forthcoming fast running zombie wave movie a the title loosely based of a book by Mel Brook’s kid, World War Z, has had it’s share of trouble. After a pile of reshoots and rewrites (including expert rewriter Damon Lindelof ) not to mention a lot of bad press (and an even worse couple of [...]
So, so sad. S.W.A.T. star Steve Forrest passed away on Saturday at the age of 87 in Thousand Oaks, California. In addition to his many other roles, the actor, who was surrounded by family in his final moments, most notably spent two years on the 70’s action show as head of the police department’s special weapons [...]
World War Z’s release date is getting closer and closer, and we’re finally getting a look into just how grand Brad Pitt’s World War Z looks. This isn’t by any means a zombie movie made on a dime and a prayer. The landscape for the film, which sees a zombie apocalypse is an expansive look [...] Brad Pitt’s ‘World War Z’ Debuts New Images And Poster is a post from: The Inquisitr
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but there's one unique perspective you probably haven't seen its vistas from—the periscope of a 1950's World War II-era submarine. Read more...
Brad Pitt was joined by famous friends last night when he hosted a special screening of his new film World War Z at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. The appearance marked his first public event since Angelina Jolie announced her double mastectomy news. Show More Summary
Fly away from hell.
It took 32 master builders, over five million LEGO bricks, and more than 17,000 hours to put together a full-scale replica of a Star Wars X-Wing fighter, but the finished model was well worth it. It's currently the world's largest LEGO...Show More Summary
The full-scale zombie epic hits theaters June 21
Brad Pitt speaks to the audience at a special viewing for his film World War Z held at the Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday night (May 22) in New York City. The 49-year-old actor introduced the film to the crowd and spent time mingling afterwards with celebrity guests including Kevin Bacon, Jimmy Fallon, Katie [...]
Paramount Pictures has debuted a new poster for Marc Forster's World War Z, offering a variant of the design revealed last month. Check it out below with the earlier version beneath for comparison. Based on Max Brooks' best-selling novel...Show More Summary
UK-based illustrator Ed Fairburn has created a series of portraits on World War I military maps of the Western Front. In Part I of the series, Fairburn used ink to draw the portraits directly on to the maps (in a style reminiscent of his earlier map portraits). Part II includes additional ink and paper cutting [...]