• The 199 Greatest Emily Ratajkowski Photos and GIFS on the Web

    It should be pretty obvious for anyone who has ever logged on to the internet that Emily Ratajkowski is the Queen of the web. Sorry Kate Upton. As Emily gears up for sring time weather in the best way possible we’ve complied the ultimate collection of the photos and GIFs from her history on the web. From behind the scenes from shoots with SI Swimsuit and Esquire to her finest moments on Instagram, we’ve got it all.

  • The Rock Played Bad-Ass Live Action Bambi on SNL

    Last night on SNL, Dwane “The Rock” Johnson hosted, in what may have been the funniest show of the year, but the skit that took the cake was by far “Bambi” as a live action movie. After hunters take the life of Bambi, played by the Rock, he swears revenge and calls upon a few of his friends for help. Vin Diesel plays “Thumper,”, Tyrese Gibson plays the skunk Flower, and Michelle Rodriguez is the girl Bambie named Faline. Ludacris even brings a catchy soundtrack called “Wham. Bam. Bambi.”

  • RSVLTS Exclusive: Sandwich King, Jeff Mauro Creates the “Teddy Roosemelt” Just For Us

    Here at the RSVLTS, when it comes to choosing our favorite Man Meal creations, we often look to employ the unofficial “holy trinity of B’s” toward our selections: Burgers, Brats and Beer. And hot dogs too…stadium dogs rule. So when the good people at Amstel Light (the official beer of the burger ™) approached us with an opportunity that checked off 2/3 of the above – including a custom recipe by chef/“The Sandwich King” Jeff Mauro – we jumped at the chance to make it happen, especially with Spring and grilling season right around the corner. So after providing a few very RSVLTS-style suggestions, The Sandwich King took the task to grill and came up with this insanely delicious-sounding burger: The Teddy RooseMelt See below for the full description, recipe and interview, courtesy of Mauro himself. Also stay tuned for a recreation of the recipe as part of the next RSVLTS Man Meal post. How did you partner up with Amstel? They realized that me being the sandwich and Amstel being the official beer of the burger and the burger being the ultimate sandwich it was a match made in heaven. I also love beer and down in south beach more »

  • Twins Fans Can Now Get A Bloody Mary Garnished With Cold Pizza

    Hrbek’s Pub, the bar and restaurant at Target Field named for former Twins first baseman Kent Hrbek, offered up a ridiculous Bloody Mary last year that was garnished with a cheeseburger for $18. Of course, the insane drink resulted in tons of press for Hrbek’s, which meant they’d have to come up with something even better this year. And it looks like they have. This season Twins fans can get the College Daze Bloody Mary for $19, described as: This Bloody Mary will bring back the memories (or not)! This cool Bloody Mary gets a cold slice of Pepperoni Pizza which is just what you need with a Bloody Mary! If that wasn’t enough you also get all the other fixings! Beef Stick, Pepper Jack and Cheddar Cheese Cubes, Pepperoncini, Olive, Celery, & a Pickle Spear. Served with a Bud Light Beer Back. Damn…guess it’s time for a road trip.

  • 8 More Videogames Reimagined As Pulp Novels

    Back in December we shared four pulp novel covers inspired by classic videogames. It’s a great idea, considering that videogames are the escapist pulp fiction of our generation, and we’re happy to see that more artists are following suit. Artist Joshua Ketchen’s series “Arcade Adventures” is similar to the covers we shared before, even including Metroid and Bioshock, but the style is less noir and more sci-fi. We’re just happy he included Earthbound, probably the greatest game on the Super Nintendo. Purchase posters of your favorites form the series at RIPT Apparel.

  • Will Gyllenhaal Win An Oscar for his Role in ‘Southpaw’? Probably.

    Everyone loves a good underdog fighter story. Rocky, Warrior, The Fighter even Bloodsport; classic ring stories of underdogs with a chipped shoulder. Well Jake Gyllenhaal’s next film fits that recipe perfect, but with a twist. Directed by Training Day and Equalizer’s Antoine Fuqua and written by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter, “Southpaw” promises to be a tragic underdog story of rock bottom struggles meets don’t stop climbing resilience. Gyllenhaal play’s an aging boxer and former heavyweight champion, struck with a series of tragedies, including, but not limited to the murder of his wife and lost custody of his daughter. Southpaw with hit the box office on July 31, 2015, battling with some serious heavyweights in the midst of blockbuster season, but promises to a contender. If you’re wondering why this trailer arrived via Eminem’s YouTube page, it’s because he’ll be heavily involved in the soundtrack, in fact Eminem was originally suppose to star in the movie, but musical priorities forced him to back out.

  • Get Ready For These New Sriracha Snacks

    We know you can already get sriracha potato chips from Lay’s and sriracha ketchup from Heinz, but those brands use their own version of the sauce, not the Huy Fong Foods recipe we’ve all come to love. That’s why we were so happy to see that Pop! Gourmet Foods used the real deal in their sriracha popcorn. And apparently that’s just the first product in a whole new line. April 8 will see the release of Huy Fong Sriracha potato chips followed by sriracha powder April 20. Pop! also announced croutons and tortilla chips, Sriracha ketchup, Sriracha mayonnaise, and Sriracha hummus. The assorted products should be available at Kroger supermarkets and Bed Bath & Beyond stores. And be sure to keep an eye on Pop!’s website for future product announcements. We can’t wait for April 20, the day we sriracha all the things!

  • 100 Incredible Behind the Scenes Photos on the Sets of Famous Films

    What is it about behind the scenes photos that’s just so intriguing? The concept of dramatic actors out of the characters we’re used to seeing them in is simply fascinating, that’s all there is to it. Even at just a glimpse, to peak and revel at what happens behind the curtain is one of the most mesmerizing traits of Hollywood. Imgur user joinyouinthesun  has collected 100 beautiful photos of actors out of character on the sets of famous movies. From Natalie Wood and James Dean goofing off on the set of Rebel Without a Cause to Hunter S. Thompson shaving Johnny Depp’s head on the set of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas here are 100 incredible behind the scenes photos on the set of famous films

  • This Afghanistan Veteran Now Hunts Poachers In Africa [8 Photos]

    Nearly 100 elephants are slaughtered every day for their tusks. Without action, this iconic species, and others, will be gone from the wild within a decade. So that is where Kinessa Johnson, who served in the US Army in Afghanistan as a diesel mechanic for four years, steps in. Recently she joined the ranks of Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW) as an anti-poaching advisor. Johnson and her fellow post-9/11 veterans train and support African anti-poaching rangers to prevent the extermination of keystone African wildlife, and the disastrous economic and environmental impact it would have. Basically she is a poacher hunter, rolling through the back woods of Africa protecting animals who can’t protect themselves. Kinessa recently took part in a very informative Reddit AMA where you can read up on various interesting facts and behind the scenes details about her new life as a poacher hunter. If you want to keep up with her travels at follow along on Facebook and Instagram.

  • The Brewers Introduce Supreme Beef Nachos on a Stick, Because Milwaukee

    Two years ago we had an incredible opportunity to tour Miller Park in Milwaukee for an MLB Stadium Bucket List Tour sponsored by Windows Phone. We took a road trip cross country hitting up 12 major league ball parks and we have to say hands down, Miller had the best food by far. They served an enormous 2 foot  hot dog, a stand that serves food using indigenous ingredients of the opposing teams city, and a parfay that included mashed potatoes, sweet pulled pork, mashed potatoes again, pulled pork again seasoned with a red pepper sauce and some parsley, so how could the Brewers ever top any of that? By throwing beef, beans and crumbled Doritos nachos on a stick and deep frying it, that’s how. The Inside the Park Nachos feature beef on a stick, mixed with fried beans, surrounded by Doritos, fried all together and topped with sour cream and cheese. Just booked my ticket to Milwaukee.  

  • Eight Modern Speakeasies With Real Roots in the 1920s [Link]

    Hip, 1920s-inspired speakeasies are all the rage these days, with interestingly-mustachioed bartenders making old-timey drinks like Sidecars and Lime Rickeys. But why go to these places that were simply inspired by the gin joints of yesteryear when you can visit the real deal? Check out these eight speakeasies with real roots in the days of Prohibition.

  • Manny Pacquiao Just Sealed the Deal on This $12.5M Mansion with 4 Tickets to His Fight

    Manny Pacquiao recently purchased a humble Beverly Hills home for $12.5 million. In addition to the money the prized fighter had to throw in a little extra to acquire the 10,000 square-foot mansion, four tickets to his fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr., according to Martin Rogers of USA Today. With tickets are priced as high as $7,500, Pacquiao’s realtor told Rogers the tickets “no doubt” helped him get the house over two other bidders. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath mansion has a sleek, bright interior with gorgeous backyard views overlooking Beverly Hills not to mention the house also has an in-home theater and a beautiful back patio with a pool and lounge area.

  • Incredible Behind The Scenes Look At TARS From “Interstellar”

    These days directors can get their VFX crew to create the world they envision down to every last detail thanks to computers. With that in mind, it’s only natural for us to explain everything we see onscreen as nothing more than digital effects. So when a movie comes along and uses practical effects, it comes as a huge surprise. Especially when that movie is a sci-fi blockbuster like Interstellar, where we expect the entire movie to be created on computers. Check out how Bill Irwin, star of Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” music video, not only voiced TARS but operated the heavy, 200-pound hydraulic machinery that brought the robot to life.

  • Every Lamborghini Is In This One GIF

    Lamborghini was started by mechanic Ferruccio Lamborghini and orginally manufactured tractors. The company was very successful, allowing Lamborghini to amass an impressive collection of cars, including several Ferraris. When the clutch broke on one of his Ferraris, Lamborghini realized it was the same clutch he used in his tractors. He went to Ferrari and demanded a better quality clutch. They refused and told him that as a tractor manufacturer he had no understanding sports cars. So Lamborghini set out to prove Ferrari wrong. Over the next 50 years, Lamborghini produced some of the most iconic cars in the world. To celebrate the manufacturer, PartCatalog.com created this GIF featuring every Lamborghini model. Well, almost every model. As Wired pointed out, the LM002 SUV is nowhere to be found. Thank God.

  • The East Village New York City Fire As Seen On Twitter [Photos]

    A 7-alarm fire has been raging on 2nd Ave in Manhattan’s East Village and a building collapsed. Here is how Twitter has been reporting it. Hyperlapse of @es1m's East Village fire meerkat stream pic.twitter.com/RK7HFFhjEh — Dan Milano (@DanMilanoHere) March 26, 2015 Hyperlapse of @es1m's East Village fire meerkat stream pic.twitter.com/RK7HFFhjEh — Dan Milano (@DanMilanoHere) March 26, 2015 #Video: New Yorkers help trapped down from seven-alarm fire in East Village – @nayramz pic.twitter.com/11fiZIz7Dg — World Aggregate News (@WAGGNews) March 26, 2015 “@jmeyers44: Tons of smoke after the explosion in the east village pic.twitter.com/T1VESaRct5” — SashTam (@SashTam) March 26, 2015 BREAKING Explosion levels building in NYC's East Village setting off massive fire. Residents panic. #NYC pic.twitter.com/QiNuOmpied — Bipartisan Report (@Bipartisanism) March 26, 2015 RT @res7cuefox5: 7th alarm Manhattan NY 7th Ave in the east village,collapsing and there is injuries pic.twitter.com/UJexFbkok3 — DAMIAN DRELLA (@ENG1SFD) March 26, 2015 This is the street view for the building before the explosion. These buildings in the East Village are >100 years old pic.twitter.com/k3LcqDHeRY — Max Sklar (@maxsklar) March 26, 2015 At scene of East Village fire pic.twitter.com/50zx6M0Gwb — Stephen Nessen (@s_nessen) March 26, 2015 FDNY says fire now a 7 alarm blaze and more than 200 emergency more »

  • Boozy Genius Invents K-Cup Machine for Jello Shots

    In the ever changing world of alcohol ingestion, Oregon entrepreneur Jeff Jetton created a device which can crank out 20 Jell-O shots in about ten minutes. The Keurig-style machine uses k-cup pods to hydrate, heat and chill a single shot of alcohol infused gelatin. Jevo officially launches at a Vegas trade show next week, and Jetton imagines the first units will be in bars by early 2016. The brand also stresses there are plenty of good uses that do not involve booze, but lets be honest. To date, the company has raised more than $4 million from angel investors across the country and from one local institution.

  • Nike Sportswear Celebrates “Air Max Day” With Short Global Videos Across the Globe

    Today is known around the world as Air Max Day, a celebration of the creation of the Nike Air Max shoe originally launched in 1987. Since then some of Nike’s most iconic shoes have been part of the Air Max line, Nike’s running division shoe that boasts different renditions of it’s signature air bubble sole. The company asks people to wear their Air Max shoes, whether they be a vintage pair or the recently released Nike Air Max Zero, to celebrate the occasion. The Air Max Zero, which was originally a concept for the brand that was eventually altered to create the Air Max 1 back in 1987. Nike has dubbed it “the one before the 1,” and it was launched Sunday just in time for today’s festivities. Nike’s Sportswear Instagram account was filled with beautiful looped videos featuring their shoe front and center. Barcelona a nuestros pies. Enséñanos como celebras el. Feet up in Barcelona. #airmaxday A video posted by Nike Sportswear (@nikesportswear) on Mar 26, 2015 at 11:04am PDT Un marco genuino para un modelo único Max in Madrid. #airmaxday A video posted by Nike Sportswear (@nikesportswear) on Mar 26, 2015 at 10:00am PDT Walking on Air in more »

  • The Evolution of Hugh Jackman’s Upper Body

    Performance-enhancing drugs have become the key to bulging biceps and on-screen six-packs, as the pressure for stars to shape up fast leads actors to opt for a “shortcut.” We’re not going to say that actors like Joe Manganiello, Mark Wahlberg, Daniel Craig, Gerard Butler, Hugh Jackman and others are HGH junkies (because we don’t want to get sued) but it’s certainly difficult not to speculate. If the bar ain't bendin, then you're just pretendin #xmen #daysoffuturepast pic.twitter.com/7sDhbPNNUm — Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) July 30, 2013 As THR says, with its fountain-of-youth promise, HGH quietly has become the substance of choice for Tinseltown denizens looking to quickly burn fat, boost energy and even improve complexion. The drug costs up to $3,000 a month. Taken along with steroids ($50 to $150 per month), to help build muscle, the results can be startling. Hollywood trainer Happy Hill, who has helped sculpt Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Phillippe, estimates that some 20 percent of actors use PEDs to bulk up and define. “HGH is on the scene now more than ever before,” says Hill, who frowns upon PED use and stresses that none of his clients partake. “It’s hard not to use. Some people, especially the more »

  • 12 Ridiculous (And Rockin’) Drum Kits

    Drums are an essential part of rock music. Drums ARE the rhythm section. The Doors proved you can get away with no bass guitar, but leaving out drums? Forget about it! But as important as drums are to rock, are these outrageous drum sets really necessary? Look at Ringo Starr’s drum kit from when he was with The Beatles. Pretty simple, right? And so many iconic songs came from that little kit. But can you really compare Ringo’s solo from “The End” to Alex Van Halen on “Hot For Teacher?” Hell no! So if you drummers really need all that crap, go for it. Except for that Mark Temperato fellow. When it takes over an hour to strike all 813 pieces of your kit, it’s probably time to scale back.

  • This Proposed NYC High-Rise Will Include 5 Built-in Parks

    High-rise Manhattan life is becoming more and more unaffordable… and competitive as we can see with these renderings of a newly proposed residential 65-story, 700ft tower with actual fresh air parks built into it. There will be five “clusters” of shared park space for residents at intervals throughout the building, which NEF, a Turkish developer, wants to build in Midtown, according to Perkins+Will, the architecture and design firm behind the concept. On top of the five built-in parks, the 65-story tower with offer some out of this world amenities such as an art room, an exterior jacuzzi, event rooms, a private yoga studio, a chef’s table, a fitness room, terraced gardens, an outdoor cinema, an observatory, and a rooftop infinity pool with a terrace garden, according to the plans. The building, which is set to be completed by 2017, will include 65 apartment units ranging from 400sqft studios to 1,800sqft “floor-throughs,” according to a report byBloomberg Businessweek.   The architecture firm first unveiled the design earlier this month after it received a major international design honor —  the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Award in the Tall Buildings category.

  • The Best Selling Throwback Jersey in Each State

    Throwback jersey company Mitchell & Ness recently released info on which jersey sells the best in each state.  Using their 2014 sales data, Mitchell & Ness compiled a list of their top selling player in each state then and aggregated that data into the map. Then they compiled a full list of players below, with a short description of that player’s career or season. Going by the amount of Laker “8”s on the map, we can see how influential Kobe’s game has been throughout the country.

  • Red Bull’s ‘Jump And Freeze’ Competition In Kazakhstan Is Weirder Than It Sounds [Photos]

    Sometimes skiers and snowboarders can take themselves just a little bit too seriously. Well, at Red Bull’s ‘Jump And Freeze’ they don’t – it’s against the rules! First, you dress up in the most creative costume you can find, or you can make yourself a crazy little vehicle. Then, you slide down the slope as fast as you can and nail the best trick you’ve got on your way into the icy water. It’s like Flutag but on the mountain…and more ridiculous.

  • You Never Knew How Much You Needed To see a Chameleon Eat in Slo-Mo Until Now

    The chameleon has the ability to shoot it’s tongue out of it’s mouth roughly the twice length of it’s body at a shocking speed to acquire it’s prey. In just .07 seconds the camouflaged chameleon can shoot it’s tongue out like a speeding bullet. YouTube channel and BBC affiliate, Earth Unplugged managed to capture footage of the lizard not only slurping up it’s prey, but in super slow motion. Captured at 1,500 frames per second, the video shows the chameleon attacking an insect from several angles with precision accuracy and poise.

  • These 20 Photos Were Named The ‘U.S. Military Photo Of The Year’ Award Winners

    A black-and-white portrait of an Air Force staff sergeant staring solemnly at the camera. A World War II re-enactor marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy, France. An Air Force wounded warrior jumping rope on one leg, after the other was amputated because of cancer. These images and more caught the eyes of the judges in the 2014 Military Photographer of the Year competition for service members according to Stripes.com.

  • 4K 360° Music Videos Have Arrived

    When it comes to music videos showcasing hot new technology, our American pride would lead us to believe that it would be a US pop star, like Taylor Swift or Katy Perry, to take the lead. Boy were we wrong. The first 4K 360° music video is here and it stars Belgian pop star Noa Neal. Who? We have no idea. But the video for her track “Graffiti” was produced with help from Intel and features a large cast of musicians, dancers, and athletes in a single take that, when viewed in Chrome, cna be manipulated in 360°. The video has its fair share of problems. Despite being touted in 4k, its clearly not HD. And there are some instances of body parts and backgrounds disappearing as you move the camera around. But it’s an exciting first attempt at something that can be really great in time. The video can also be viewed on a smartphone-based head-mounted display or Oculus Rift here. We weren’t able to test that out, but if you can, let us know how it looks. Now we just need to wait and see how long it takes Pornhub to begin using this new technology.

  • If Your iPhone Notifications Gave You Wise-Ass Remarks

    Ever wish your UI could be a little more human and a little less…dull? Well Distractify would like to imagine your iPhone notifications as a bit of a wise-ass with ‘14 iPhone Notifications You Actually Need In Life’, reflecting these pop-ups with hilarious, more truthful response options. Check out all of them here.

 

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