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Jordana Brewster has come quite a long way since her Yale University days.
After kicking off her career as a soap opera actress, the Brazilian beauty and former Maxim cover girl shot to stardom as Mia Toretto of the Fast and Furious franchise, a role that’s had our engines revved since 2001.
She was was conspicuously absent from The Fate of the Furious, but she has proven her acting talents beyond the franchise: on the Dallas TV reboot and on ABC’s Secrets and Lies.
So let’s honor Jordana on her big 3-7 with some sizzling throwback shots from her Maxim photo shoot. You’re welcome.
Marilyn Manson’s Instagram feed has lately been chock full of some of the most disturbing shit the veteran shock rocker has ever done.
Take these videos, for example. The self-proclaimed “God of Fuck” shot the truly creepy clips in a queasy, handheld style that brings to mind The Blair Witch Project.
Then, he dubbed in audio of sirens and screams over the images of his symbol, the double-barred cross. Pretty freaky, right?
He captioned one clip, “The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters,” which is the title of a famous etching by Spanish painter Francisco Goya, in case you didn’t know.
There’s also this eerie sight of a politician’s decapitated body, which looks to be from the music video for “SAY10.”
How about some more blood dripping in slow motion onto dimly-lit concrete? You know, the ush.
And then there’s whatever the fuck this is supposed to be—we’ll leave it “open to interpretation.”
He’s even managed to desecrate Mickey Mouse by simply slipping on a pair of the cartoon character’s ears and cracking a hideous smile.
Basically, his whole feed is a goth kid’s wet dream come to life–on Instagram, at least.
If Duston Holloway of Killeen, Texas, had done something crazy when he found his girl in bed sound asleep with another dude, even the courts might have gone easier on him than usual. “Crimes of passion” in many places will receive lesser penalties than your usual cases of assault and murder.
Holloway, however, may be an uncommonly well-adjusted dude. He just decided to record the evidence and let the world know he’d discovered his girlfriend was a cheater.
And the world sure as hell knows now. Holloway’s little photo session blew up and the pics went viral as hell. That’s one way to handle a straight-up case of cuckolding—own up to it and embarrass your cheating partner in the process.
Because social media reactions to Holloway’s tactic were pretty damn supportive. After all, what good would it have done to challenge the guy in bed to a fight? And even if laws that allot for someone losing their shit lead to lenient sentences, time in prison is still time in prison. It’s hard to not respect Holloway for this approach once you really think about it.
As for him, he appears to be doing fine now, based on this Facebook post from a few days ago.
Pretty clever when you consider just how many offers he’s probably getting for a replacement girlfriend these days.
Nice work, Duston.
h/t Barstool Sports
The rest of the trailer is similarly thrilling. Priyanka Chopra is heavily featured as the film’s central antagonist, a sleek beach club owner running a covert drug ring.
And of course, there is some more slo-mo for good measure.
Baywatch hits theaters on May 25.
With all of the great firearms, bows, and compressed air guns available, the typical outdoorsman probably wouldn’t spring for a slingshot as their weapon of choice.
But they also probably haven’t seen “The Pocket Hammer”, either.
A variation of The Pocket Shot, which uses a patented circular design and stretchable pouch to shoot projectiles at two to three times the rate of your average slingshot, The Pocket Hammer adds a stabilizing grip, allowing users to shoot off steel slugs and even arrows at up to 350 feet per second.
The slingshot’s website claims it’s “perfect for hunters,” which is true—if you’re talking squirrels, rabbits and other small varmints at a range of, like, 10 yards.
However, it can definitely fuck up a can of shaving cream when loaded with arrows using the proper pouch.
And using the latex Pro Pouch, a can of soda is no match for a 1/4 inch steel projectile.
What about a stealth shot? No problem!
If you’re dying to pick up a seriously beefed-up version of every kid’s first weapon, you can buy the The Pocket Hammer with all of the attachments for $ 99 through their website.
h/t: Hi Consumption
Call of Duty is going back to its roots. It was 2003 when the original Call of Duty was unleashed on the world with a fresh experience that put you on the front lines and in the trenches of some of the war’s most intense moments.
14 years later, Activision is trying to recapture that lightning in a bottle by taking the veteran series back to Europe in the 1940s with Call of Duty: WWII.
After so many games under the COD banner have taken us all over the world, through every imaginable modern era and even into the future, this return to where the series started is both long overdue and a testament to the fact that Call of Duty has their ear to the ground in terms of trying to give gamers what they want.
Ostensibly, the return to 1940s Europe is a way of introducing a new generation of gamers to an era that was thoroughly fleshed out in the prior decade of video games. COD: WWII is giving them all a chance to experience epic set-pieces like storming the beach at Normandy, the liberation of Paris and battles throughout Germany.
Activision also seems acutely aware that the long-term draw of a COD game is its multiplayer and they are taking the opportunity in COD: WWII to elevate that element of the game with deeper customization and more variety to the MP than we’ve previously seen out of any COD game.
Time will tell if COD: WWII’s multiplayer has the staying power of previous high points in the series like Modern Warfare or Black Ops 2 but, if you wanted to get get preemptively excited about the deathmatches to come in COD: WWII, we wouldn’t blame you at all.
COD: WWII will also carry with it a new stab at the Nazi Zombies co-op mode that began as an oddball fan-favorite but has quickly become a staple of the series. We actually weren’t expecting the zombies mode in this game so that comes as a pleasant surprise and we’re excited to see what new innovations and changes COD: WWII injects into that part of the game.
Activision officially dated Call of Duty: WWII’s release as November 3rd, 2017 so you can start your countdowns now. In the meantime, check out the reveal trailer and try to keep your nazi-battling bloodlust in check until the game shows up this fall.