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  1. 2022 RANGE ROVER SVAUTOBIOGRAPHY ULTIMATE SUV Land Rover is launching its most luxurious model yet with the Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate. Available in both short and long-wheelbase versions, each SUV is created by the SV Bespoke team at the Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre in the UK. The range-topping long-wheelbase model focuses on rear-passenger amenities, with reclining rear seats and built-in massage features that take advantage of the 46 inches of legroom. A full-length center console has a Zenith timepiece, fold-out tables, and an integrated refrigeration un
  2. Lexus Previews Its Electrified Future With The Tech-Laden LF-Z Concept Car Although most automakers have been reluctant to embrace the onset of the electric car, Lexus was, by contrast, a pretty early adopter. In fact, upon its debut back in 2005, the RX 400h became one of the first-ever luxury vehicles to incorporate a hybrid drivetrain. That being said, it pales in comparison to the brand’s latest concept. It’s called the ‘LF-Z Electrified,’ and it coincides with an ambitious initiative in which Lexus will add 20 electric models to its lineup by 2025. So, whether it’s hybrid,
  3. 'Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City' Gets a New Release Date The 'Resident Evil' reboot is no longer a Spooky Season movie. Another day, another shuffle. The latest major film to depart its original release date is Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the upcoming reboot of the action-horror franchise based on the video game series, which moves from September 3 to November 24, 2021. It's not a huge change, but it does move the film firmly out of Spooky Season and into the beginning of winter, which is a bummer. Resident Evil, Welcome to Raccoon City won't follow the
  4. 'Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One' Sets Voice Cast, Including Jensen Ackles as Batman The classic Batman story fills some key voice roles. Batman: The Long Halloween has found its Batman. Jensen Ackles of Supernatural fame will be starring as the Caped Crusader in Warner Bros. Animation’s adaptation of the beloved comic, per The Hollywood Reporter. This marks Ackles’ second trip to Gotham, after voicing Red Hood in 2010's Batman: Under the Red Hood. Ackles is joined by Josh Duhamel (Transformers) as Harvey Dent and Billy Burke (Twilight) as James Gordon, who join force
  5. Antarctica Got Blasted By a Powerful ‘Airburst’ Event 430,000 Years Ago Asteroids that smash directly into Earth’s surface can cause extensive damage, but, as new evidence uncovered in east Antarctica suggests, asteroids that explode on entry can be equally devastating. Super tiny black balls made from igneous rock are evidence of a calamitous event in the Sør Rondane Mountains of Antarctica some 430,000 years ago, according to research published today in Science Advances. An object measuring somewhere from 100 to 150 metres wide entered our planet’s atmosphere, but instead of
  6. Are there any gamers on the forum? If so, does anyone remember the GTA series radio shows, classic talk and absolutely hilarious. I remember listening to the below on the Sony PSP, I still sometimes listen to these shows.
  7. Retracing a Donner Party Path, Nearly Two Centuries Later The 21st-century team encountered snow and cold water—but they had much warmer gear than the folks whose footsteps they were following. On the second day of their December 2020 voyage through the punishing Sierra mountain range, the four team members of the Forlorn Hope Expedition woke to find six inches of snow had piled on their tents, and more was falling. They made oatmeal on their camp stoves and hustled to get moving. The previous day, they had covered ground that a group of pioneers in the winter of 1846-47 had ne
  8. 'Spiral: From the Book of Saw' Trailer: Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson Track a Twisted Killer After bouncing around the release calendar for the past year, a new Saw movie is finally upon us as Lionsgate has released a second trailer for Spiral: From the Book of Saw, which hits theaters on May 14. Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson star in the horror movie, which hails from director Darren Lynn Bousman, who helmed the second, third and fourth entries in the long-running franchise. Though Jigsaw scribes Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger wrote the script, Spiral is actually bas
  9. NASA’s ‘Other’ Mars Rover Sends Back a Selfie to Remind Us It Still Exists The newly landed Perseverance rover is understandably stealing much of the limelight these days, which means Curiosity — after 10 years of faithful service — is suddenly having to play second fiddle. Curiosity’s latest selfie reminds us that the six-wheeled probe is very much still around and doing important scientific work, thank you very much. Curiosity new self-portrait is set in front of Mont Mercou — a 6.10 m-tall rock formation inside Gale Crater. Taken on March 26, the image was stitched together
  10. I have to agree 100%, for me it's also 2, 1 and 3.
  11. What an absolute bargain Rob! Next time have the decency to yell out and we can go splits in a pack Hopefully there are a few available on 24:24
  12. In The Night House's First Trailer, There's Nothing Right About Haunted Houses In fact, as the first trailer for the upcoming horror movie The Night House reveals, there’s something extremely wrong with the titular house indeed. The official synopsis for the film—which tells us about Beth (Godzilla vs. Kong’s Rebecca Hall), grieving for her dead husband while battling nightmares about a strange and disturbing being in her home—really undersells all the creepiness going on in the trailer, which vastly understates the craziness happening in the trailer: Not only has her
  13. Posthumous Travel Book ‘World Travel: An Irreverent Guide’ is Available for Pre-Order Whether it comes to our favorite knives, TV shows, or ways to travel, there’s no denying the fact that Anthony Bourdain had a huge influence on each and every one of the people here at Cool Material. While we all long to experience the world and Travel Like Anthony Bourdain Did, that’s not something in the cards for all of us–especially in the Corona times. And yet, we can all still get a little more insight into the world of Bourdain–even after his death–with the posthumously published World Trave
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