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FREE GUY Trailer: Is That a Glock in Ryan Reynolds’ Pocket?

Due out in cinemas on July 2nd, 2020, the first trailer dropped today at Brazil CCXP19 and you will find it below. In “Free Guy,” a bank teller who discovers ... Read More

Porky Hefer’s Molecules are hanging seats modelled on chemical compounds

South African designer Porky Hefer has extended his collection of hanging chairs at this year's Design Miami with a series of leathery seats that each represent a different molecular compound ... Read More

General Election 2019: Labour has designers’ vote

A snap Design Week survey of 335 respondents suggests designers will mainly be voting for Labour when the UK takes to the polls next Thursday. The post General Election 2019: ... Read More

New ‘Lost in Space 2’ Trailer Promises Lots of New Dangers for the Robinsons

There’s a new installment of a beloved, long-running space-set family-friendly science-fiction story dropping around the holidays. And no, I’m not talking about Rise of Skywalker or The Mandalorian or anything ... Read More

‘Wonder Woman 1984’: How to Watch the Trailer Debut and CCXP Panel Livestream

We are mere days away from seeing the first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, the highly-anticipated sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins. With ... Read More

Teen Who Threw Six-Year-Old Boy Off Tate Rooftop Admits to Attempted Murder

Jonty Bravery has admitted to an attempt on the boy’s life, saying that he hoped his crime would get him on the news. The post Teen Who Threw Six-Year-Old Boy ... Read More

These Historic Maori Carvings Were Taken From New Zealand 130 Years Ago. Now, They May Finally Go Home

The move comes a month after Prince Charles returned a Maori cloak. The post These Historic Maori Carvings Were Taken From New Zealand 130 Years Ago. Now, They May Finally ... Read More

From the Turner Prize Twist to Maurizio Cattelan’s Apeel-ing Bananas: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news, fast. The post From the Turner Prize Twist to Maurizio Cattelan’s Apeel-ing Bananas: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared ... Read More

A Massive Strike in France Shutters Paris Museums—and Could Disrupt Business-as-Usual Through the Weekend

Protests over changes to the country’s pension system caused partial closings of portions of the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, and other institutions. The post A Massive Strike in France Shutters ... Read More

Students Convinced Cambridge University to Remove a ‘Slightly Repulsive’ 17th-Century Painting From Their Dining Hall

The canvas by Frans Snyders depicts a butcher lording over a scene of carnivore carnage. The post Students Convinced Cambridge University to Remove a ‘Slightly Repulsive’ 17th-Century Painting From Their ... Read More

‘That’s Where the Energy Is’: Art Dealer Monica King on the Importance of Looking Beyond the Major Trends

We caught up with the force behind the eponymous gallery. The post ‘That’s Where the Energy Is’: Art Dealer Monica King on the Importance of Looking Beyond the Major Trends ... Read More

Floor pavements in Pompeii illustrate surveying technology

L. FERRO, G MAGLI, M. OSANNA reader comments 0 with 0 posters participating Share this story Decorative pavements in the floor of a recently unearthed Roman house in Pompeii offer ... Read More

In a Riveting Film, Telepathic Revolutionaries and a Brooklyn Noise Band Avenge Racist Murders

I’ve been thinking about Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer’s film Empty Metal (2018) ever since I saw it over a year ago, at a screening last Halloween at the Berkeley Art ... Read More

Trailer: AVANE SRIMANNARAYANA, Rakshit Shetty’s Upcoming Curry Western Looks Insane

Kannada language film star Rakshit Shetty first came to our attention back in 2014 with his second film as a writer and director, Ulidavaru Kandanthe (As Seen by the Rest) ... Read More

“I thought about the immigrants because I’m one of those immigrants,” says Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind's Swarovski star tops the Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree for a second year. In this interview with Dezeen, the architect says the design, like much of his work, is ... Read More

The 10 biggest rebrands and logo designs of 2019

We look back at our most popular stories across branding and logos from the last year, from a sustainable (and undeniably French) identity for the Paris Olympics to BT’s 50th ... Read More

‘Troop Zero’ Trailer Pits Allison Janney Against Viola Davis

After screening at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, Amazon Studios bought Troop Zero, the indie dramedy from rising directorial duo Bert & Bertie. Now, you can watch the first trailer ... Read More

HBO’s ‘The Outsider’: New Trailer Teases an Unexplainable Case Confusing Ben Mendelsohn

HBO has released the official trailer for one of its new 2020 dramas, The Outsider. Adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name, the series stars Jason Bateman ... Read More

‘The Boys’ Season 2 Trailer Sees Billy Butcher & His Crew Back in Action

Amazon has released the first trailer for The Boys Season 2, which features the return of Karl Urban as Billy Butcher, the definition of chaotic good transformed into a human ... Read More

‘Fast & Furious: Spy Racers’ Animated Series Trailer Brings “Family” to the Forefront

When I was a young child, there’s nothing that would’ve excited me more than being given the chance to be an “undercover spy racer.” Now, Netflix, Dreamworks Animation, and executive ... Read More

‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 5 Trailer Promises Big Fights and Big Laughs

With The CW’s big crossover event series, Crisis on Infinite Earths just three days away, the network released a trailer today for something a bit different. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow ... Read More

What Art Would Justin Bieber Buy? A New Art Auction Curated by the Singer and His Wife Reveals His Tastes

Selections showcase a love for Virgil Abloh, as well as street art from Buff Monster, Miss Zukie, and others The post What Art Would Justin Bieber Buy? A New Art ... Read More

This Is the Earliest Known Photograph of Slaves in the US—and It Challenges Our Understanding of History

The daguerreotype, acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum, depicts a middle-class Georgian man and nearly 10 slaves. The post This Is the Earliest Known Photograph of Slaves in the US—and It ... Read More

From $125,000 Robo-Snails to David Lynch’s Nightmare, Here Are 6 of the Best Artworks at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

Artnet News editor-in-chief Andrew Goldstein roamed the fair's miles of aisles to single out some of the most gripping art on view. The post From $125,000 Robo-Snails to David Lynch’s ... Read More

Wet Paint: Art Basel Miami Beach Party Mania, the KAWS Whisperer, & More Juicy Art-World Gossip

Which celebrities attended the Dior show at the Rubell Museum? What art did Justin Bieber choose to sell at auction? Read on for answers. The post Wet Paint: Art Basel ... Read More

In Miami, Maestro Dobel and Artnet Debut the Results of a Yearlong Collaboration With Artist Julian Mayor

The UK-based sculptor will present a handmade bar that walks the line between art and design. The post In Miami, Maestro Dobel and Artnet Debut the Results of a Yearlong ... Read More

The Nazis Purged German Museums of Thousands of ‘Degenerate’ Works. Now an Expressionist Painting Sold by Hildebrand Gurlitt Has Gone Home

An old museum label alerted staff at Ketterer Kunst that the watercolor had been confiscated from the museum in Halle. The post The Nazis Purged German Museums of Thousands of ... Read More
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