If you’re waiting with a bated breath for the next installment of “Jumanji,” you’ll be excited about the first official trailer. “Jumanji: The Next Level” picked up roughly two decades after the events of the Robin Williams-fronted original. This time, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black,and Karen Gillan are featured returning to the digital world to find Spencer – played by Alex Wolff – who’s seemingly disappeared in the game’s mischievous clutches. “Jumanji: The Next Level” hits theaters on December 13th.
Disturbed premiered a new music video for Evolution single “No More” Thursday alongside word of a live, five-song EP called Live from Alexandra Palace, London that will be released on June 28.
Recorded at Disturbed’s May 11 gig in the historic U.K. venue on the band’s “Evolution Tour,” the digital-only release contains concert versions of “No More” and Evolution‘s “A Reason to Fight” plus live takes of “Inside the Fire,” “Ten Thousand Fists” and “The Game”. See the EP artwork and watch the “No More” video — which contains the album version of the cut— at the bottom of this post.
After some setbacks, including an on-set injury to Daniel Craig, the film is back on schedule. New behind the scenes clips show Craig and director Cary Joji Fukunaga at work in Jamaica. The film also shoots in London, Italy, and Norway.
The clip doesn’t show much, but we’ll take the proof of life! This is Craig’s last go around as the iconic spy.
Prophets Of Rage are back with a new song. The supergroup featuring members of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill has dropped their first track since last summer. “Made With Hate.”
So far, there’s no word on a new album. Their last release was their 2017 self-titled debut.
Blink-182 has shared the second single from their upcoming album. They’re keeping it short and sweet with the new track, which clocks in at just about 50 seconds.
Mark Hoppus and the band’s newest member Matt Skiba share the mic on “Generational Divide.” The song comes along with a music video featuring the three band members performing the song in a small room covered in concert fliers.
So far, the title and release date of their follow-up to 2016’s “California” haven’t been revealed.
Ewan McGregor stars as an adult Danny Torrance in the upcoming sequel of “The Shining.” And now, the trailer for “Doctor Sleep” has dropped – and it looks just as eerie as its predecessor. The movie based on Stephen King’s original novel hits theaters on November 8th.
We aren’t sure why it’s necessary, but there’s a lawn mower that can go well over 100 mph. The thing’s so cool it already broke a record.
Honda’s new Mean Mower V2 has broken a Guinness World Record, to be precise. The riding lawnmower can go from zero-to-100 miles per hour in six-point-29 seconds and hit a top speed of just over 150 miles per hour. This compares to an average riding mower that zips along at around five to six miles per hour.
To meet Guinness qualifications in addition to speed, the Mean Mower had to be able to actually cut grass and look like a functional mower. Honda’s first Mean Mower debuted in 2014 and was only able to hit a top speed of 116 miles per hour.