Six years after the finale of Sony Pictures Television’s Breaking Bad, a follow-up movie is finally here. To mark the release of the movie El Camino on Netflix, an interactive Breaking Bad pop-up aptly called The Breaking Bad Experience is now open in L.A.
Nearly after five decades since their break up, the legendary British rock band The Beatles, which is survived by two living members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, is dishing out a new limited edition collection of newly remastered seven-inch vinyl singles.
Riot Games’ League of Legends Championship is going on the luxe route come this November when its Championship Finals play out in Paris. Louis Vuitton has created a one-of-a-kind Trophy Travel Case to hold the Summoner’s Cup, the champions’ trophy.
Being a fan of anything means you have to be rich. Case in point: The Infinity Saga Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Collection. Yes. It is happening. And also yes, it is freaking expensive.
Fans of Marvel who are always on a look out for new Avengers “technology” may want to check our this newest Marvel Studio virtual reality experience brought to you by Marvel and ILMxLAB.
Porsche has taken to this year’s International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt to reveal “two new cars” of a different nature (Porsche is calling it “virtual world premiere”). They were digital versions of the marque’s automobile, namely, Taycan Turbo S and the design study “917 Living Legend.”
Good news, super fans of Marvel. Your dream of becoming kicking infamous super villains from the Marvel universe as a bona fide superhero is here. Following the launch of the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges back in 2017, Lenovo and Marvel now brings you the new Marvel Dimension of Heroes on Lenovo Mirage AR.
Star Wars’ Galactic Empire is dark (why? ermmm, blowing up planets, duh) and you know what else is dark? Heavy metal music. As such, it is fitting to have a heavy metal rendition of the iconic soundtrack The Imperial March, AKA Darth Vader’s Them, composed by John Williams from the original Star Wars trilogy.
It is little wonder why investors are so fond of Apple. The company, not the fruit. The Cupertino tech giant really knows how to squeeze revenue from pretty much everywhere and its latest milking machines? Apple Arcade, a game subscription service and Apple TV+, an original video subscription service.
So, you think the unicorn float for six is huge? Well, you ain’t see nothing yet. Come 2020, there will be a party happening in Australia where the world’s largest inflatable unicorn, Unicornzilla, will be there. You heard that right. A beach party involving a, well, Godzilla-size unicorn float.