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Disasters aren’t funny. But sometimes they’re kinda silly.
Making masks and costumes based on characters from film is a tale as old as time. Prop makers El Taller Factory got extra enchanting when they made a replica of the Beast’s make from the recent live-action Beauty and the Beast. It started with a sculpt that they refined until it looked like the Disney character. They added hair in small groups and punched the roots in my hand. Oh, and of course they fashioned the horns by hand and the full costume. The above timelapse video shows the intense amount of work that went into getting the costume right.
Will Smith could join the long-in-development clone movie Gemini Man. A major Riverdale character will look very different in season two. The Lion King remake might have found its Timon and Pumba. Plus, bad news for Powerless. Behold, Spoilers!
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These days, you probably charge as many things over USB as you do over standard AC outlets, so it only makes sense to add some semi-permanent USB ports to your home.
Spring is ripe with opportunity to get outside, but getting the right gear for the weather is always the hard part. Amazon is right there with you, marking down a ton of activewear apparel, from brands like PUMA, Adidas, Champion, Reebok, and more, so you can get outside, even if it’s just for a nice, brisk walk to…
Professional athletes know that it’s not just the matches and training sessions that matter: it’s what you do in your downtime too. Whoop’s wearable straps specialise in this area, tracking your movement, heart rate, and ambient temperature to better understand your health and recovery rate. Now, it’s being adopted by the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA), which means straps will be handed out to every current and incoming player in the US. Whether they’ll wear them is a mystery, but the hope is that they’ll be used to track and optimize their training schedules, reducing injuries and improving in-game performance.
The partnership is being handled by the ‘OneTeam Collective,’ a sports-focused accelerator joint-owned by the NFLPA. The deal means that players will, if they choose, be able to sell their own health and performance data. That could be attractive to technology companies — who want to better the algorithms and training regimes they offer to customers — rivals teams and coaching staff. It could also be useful to medical professionals who need a substantial dataset to conduct new research and analysis. In addition, Whoop and the NFLPA will be generating reports to “advance player safety” and “maximize athletic performance.”
Bomb threats have been a part of American life since at least the 19th century. But in the 1970s the types of threats shifted dramatically. The people making bomb threats in the US started to claim their bombs had nuclear materials. By 1975, the US started a new task force to deal with the threats, and we at Gizmodo…