Puma is releasing a limited edition Goonies themed sneaker called The Goonies Disc Blaze. The sneakers feature original artwork of the famous One Eyed Willie treasure map, in addition to the Goonies logo Goonies film logos on heel, sock liner and midsole and a silhouette of the Goonies and Sloth watching the pirate ship goContinue reading “Goonies Puma Sneakers”
Here is the trailer for the February 2009 release, Wonder Woman. On the mystical island of Themyscira, a proud and fierce warrior race of Amazons have raised a daughter of untold beauty, grace and strength – Princess Diana. When an Army fighter pilot, Steve Trevor, crash-lands on the island, the rebellious and headstrong Diana defies AmazonianContinue reading “The Trailer for Wonder Woman”
The California Academy of Sciences is practicing what they preach. The organization’s new 410,000-square-foot eco-friendly facility in Golden Gate Park is a living, breathing science experiment. The Renzo Piano-designed structure is the only building in the world to house a planetarium, museum of natural history and aquarium under the same roof. It’s a fitting homeContinue reading “Rain Forest, Coral Reef and Planetarium Under One Green Roof”
In an article at the Herald Sun in which director George Miller praises Megan Gale’s screen test for Wonder Woman in the Justice League live-action movie, the following bit was dropped as well: Initially slated to be filmed Down Under, Miller conceded production had been moved offshore, with a plan to resume filming next year.
In the 1800s, there was a certain logic–and a cool distance–to the formal calling card. Those who were part of, or sought a place among, the social élite would deliver a card with their name engraved on it to someone’s home to request a visit. But now that you can IM, e-mail or text prettyContinue reading “May I Offer You My Calling Card?”
This page is worth a bookmark: Hard to Find 800 Numbers. A site that makes it more difficult for companies to hide from their customers.
Apple today released iPhone Software 2.0.1, the first update to the iPhone and iPod touch software since the release of the iPhone 3G and the arrival of the App Store. According to Apple, the update contains simply “Bug fixes.” The download is 249.2MB in size for the iPhone, or 246.7MB for the iPod touch, andContinue reading “Apple Releases iPhone Software 2.0.1”
Marvel has released its trailer to “The Stand: Captain Tripps” and you can watch it HERE at Marvel.com Something has gone wrong…terribly wrong. Imagine if what you thought was just a common cold ends up as an epidemic that has the potential to wipe out the entire Earth’s population! The apocalyptic battle between goodContinue reading “Marvel Launches ‘The Stand’ Comic Book Trailer”
David Cook has promised to make a rock record that’s true to himself, and the American Idol winner has confirmed that the studio maestro tasked with helping him realize that goal is Rob Cavallo. The producer has already lent his talents to high profile projects from My Chemical Romance, Kid Rock, and, most extensively, GreenContinue reading “David Cook Recording With Green Day Producer”
It’s already a groundbreaking phone and digital music player, and now Apple’s iPhone is emerging as a popular gaming device as well. Of the 1,300 add-on programs currently available for it, about a quarter are games — as are seven of the 10 most popular selections in the Apple App Store, which opened on JulyContinue reading “Can the iPhone Rule Gaming?”