Remember that random pillow fight? They've been happening all over my campus: University of Waterloo!
Germany’s Nürburgring motorsports complex may be one of the most infamous racing locations on the planet. The track is a grueling 20.8 km course with 154 turns, which was dubbed “The Green Hell” by racing legend Jackie Stewart. Well today we get to experience the Nürburgring motorsports complex, as the good folks over at McLaren let loose of their P1 in hopes to crack the seven minute lap time, that seems almost unattainable by first looking at the course.
The intense video below finds the McLaren P1 taking to the road, aiming to match or beat the time set by Porsche it its 918 Spyder. The beautifully shot, incredible piece of film finds the P1 gracefully handling the German race course effortlessly, but did it break the elusive seven minute mark? Check out the clip down below and find out for yourself.
Behold the new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, coming out next May. Hmm.
Electro looks genuinely cool (although a bit like when Superman went all blue and electric in the late 90s), and Jamie Foxx seems unlikely to do a bad job – he’s an awesome actor.
Nothing with Emma Stone in will ever be a waste of time.
It probably won’t have the terrible Bing product placement that the first one did.
Paul Giamatti is always the bomb (if you ever meet us, ask us about when we met him in Spain – it’s the boringest anecdote ever).
The special effects look a bit too special – quite a bit of this looks like a trailer for an admittedly impressive Spider-Man video game.
Andrew Garfield still looks distractingly like Walt Jr from Breaking Bad.
The first one, er, wasn’t that good.
Because cats are the best ...
Well this could have gone one or two ways!
This is why you don't piss off the guy who puts up the Christmas lights in your town!
Ford celebrates 50 years of its Mustang model by unveiling an all-new design.
The 2015 Ford Mustang was simultaneously revealed around the globe in six cities on four continents this week, showing off a new visceral look, upgraded with new technologies and performance.
The car boasts a lower, wider stance with a reduction in roof height, and wider rear fenders and track; brings back the fastback with a sleeker profile; 3-D, tri-bar taillamps with sequential turn signals; and Ford's signature shark-bite front fascia and trapezoidal grille.
It will now be available with three engines -- including a more powerful 5.0-liter V8, a 3.7-liter V6, and an all-new fuel-efficient 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine. The V8, now featuring an upgraded valvetrain and cylinder heads, yield more than 420 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft. of torque; at least 300 horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of torque on tap from the standard 3.7-liter V6; and more than 305 horsepower and 300 lb.-ft. of torque for the EcoBoost engine.
Pricing and a release wasn't announced a press site.
Ford has sold more than 9 million-plus Mustangs over the course of 50 years. It's also made thousands of appearances in film, television, music and video games, and is the world's most-liked vehicle on Facebook. For the first time ever, Ford will bring Mustang to customers in key parts of Europe and Asia.