Arranged by Harvey Weinstein, the once-in-a-lifetime Virgin Galactic voyage benefits the AmFAR Cinema Against AIDS charity.read more
The two sides of Jon Favreau can't be better exemplified than by two recent projects. The writer/director/producer/actor is currently gearing up his little "indie" flick "Chef" (starring A-list types Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara and more) but has found some space between "Iron Man 3" and his next feature effort, to shoot a little commercial for a videogame company. Dude knows how to multitask and keep his toes in the commercial and not-so-commercial worlds. Bungie and Activision are lauching "Destiny" this fall, a brand new buttonmasher that kind of looks like "Halo," but then again the last videogame I played was on the PlayStation 2. Anyway, he ropes in the always excellent Giancarlo Esposito (whom he directed in the pilot episode of "Revolution"), in a spot that someone links "The Jungle Book" with taking a last stand in the last city on Earth. It's live action intercut with gameplay scenes, but it's all on a level a bit higher than your usual videogame...
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has produced the most detailed observations ever of the Ring Nebula (Messier 57). This image reveals intricate structure only hinted at in previous observations, and has allowed scientists to construct a model of the nebula in 3D - showing the true shape of this striking object.
Clear skies and a passing space station combined for an extraordinary view of Alaska's erupting Pavlof volcano on May 18.
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