Rip Curl International team riders Bruno Santos, Dean Brady, Tyler Larronde, Oney Anwar and original Searcher Tom Curren followed the latest Tip 2 Tip odyssey deep into the heart of Indonesia to be part of a groundbreaking mission.
The mission to discover the flawless waves of a remote river known by the nearby village as the Seven Ghosts.
What ensued was a surf session like never before. Full release of the Seven Ghosts videos will happen on April 11.
Check out these amazing photos taken by Alexander Semenov at the White Sea Biological Station in Russia. You may feel the need to alert the nearest government official about these underwater monster, but rest easy because they harmless, I think…
When I went underwater for the first time I was absolutely shocked. White Sea showed me another world with it’s own aliens, and some of them were really amazing creatures. – Alexander Semenov
Kate Upton is fast becoming our favorite model. Check out some of her recent Twitter photos for example. This is exactly what Twitter founder Jack Dorsey had in mind when he first launched the website in 2006.
Raw and uncut model awesomeness uploaded online for everyone to ummm, analyze.
While pretending to be interested in the Clippers recently, Kate stopped long enough to let someone film her doing The Dougie. It looks like somebody taught her. I’m not sure if she’s interested or not, but I’d gladly teach her how to do The Worm. Lets start things off by checking out my worm.
Scientists from Switzerland have created these awesome robot Quadcopters (helicopters with for propeller) that can juggle tennis balls
and kill all humans. They are capable of synchronized choreography, acrobatic tricks, and extremely precise movements.
Someone needs to program those things to be like Weebo from that movie Flubber. That would be totally sweet, damn it the 90’s had all the best gadgets.
Feast your eyes on Lindsay Ellingson. Don’t feast too hard though, you may get indigestion.This butter soft babe can take a bite of my sausage anytime, just as long as she supplies her own mustard. I don’t know whats turning me on more right now, Lindsay or the thought of lunch. You win this round stomach!
This is a 4 minute collection of footage from the Green Lantern movie which was shown exclusively at WonderCon 2011 on April 1. The highly anticipated “Green Lantern” movie, in theaters on June 17, 2011.
This movie will be the first live action feature film to star the popular DC Comics character. The film relates the origin story of alter ego Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), a test pilot and the first human chosen to wear the ring that provides him his superpowers.
The Silent House is based on a true story that happened in the late 40’s in a small village in Uruguay. A father and daughter are hired to refurbish a secluded house, and spend the night there with plans to work first thing in the morning. Strange noises are heard from upstairs, the father goes to investigate, but doesn’t return, which leaves the girl caught up in all forms of devastating supernatural wickedness.
The entire movie is supposedly shot in one single take, mainly focusing on the last 78 minutes, where the daughter character Laura, attempts to leave the house.
There has already been an American remake of this film, starring Mary Kate and Ashley younger sister, Elizabeth Olsen, although reviews of the original version has been far more positive. Check out the trailer below.
Go on a tour of the Campfire Marshmallow factory with NBC5 Chicago News Broadcast and witness the amazing way these iconic marshmallows are made.
Like eating marshmallows more than life itself? Click ‘Like’ and share the sugar high with your homies.
Plus after the jump, putting marshmallows in a vacuum jar and watching them grow. Pretty sure they just solved world hunger.
If you ever thought flying ought to be left to trained pilots and Tinkerbell, you are wrong. Cop a geeze at this helmet cam footage from wingsuit flights at the edges of the United States, including California (Lake Elsinore), Florida (Zephyrhills), Nevada (Mesquite), and Puerto Rico (Vega Baja). The last scene was from a vertical formation record organized by Flock University, 25 expert wingsuit fliers exiting from two airplanes.