Porsche 718 Cayman
The baby Porsche finally made its much awaited Malaysian debut in the form of the Porsche 718 Cayman. Despite its new found status as the entry-level Porsche (which it took over from the Boxster), it is priced incomprehensibly higher locally than the 718 Boxster. If the price tag is a big consideration, you will always find the excitement in a four-cylinder, two-door, rear-wheel-drive and much-slower Toyota. But you know deep down, it’s not a Porsche.
Justice League trailer
Over the weekend, DC Films released a second trailer to their upcoming superhero film, Justice League, set for release some time in November. Fans watch with bated breath, (what with the disappointing chapters of Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad), as more snippets of the film showcases Ben Affleck’s Batman, with Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, rounds up the gang – Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) – to defeat Steppenwolf, an immortal supervillain of speed and stamina played by Ciaran Hinds.
Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer
Not far behind the heels of their competitors, Marvel Studios swing their friendly neighbourhood superhero character into action. Set after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker (Tom Holland), under the wings of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr), tries to balance his new found identity as Spider-Man, and every teenager’s nightmare – high school, as the villain Vulture (Michael Keaton) wreaking havoc the city.
PG Bugatti Bike
When you own the world’s fastest automobile and can’t think of a better companionship to go with it? Bugatti now has a solution to your headache: a 95% carbon fibre two wheeler, manufactured in partnership with PG. Produced in a rare 667 units, PG says the carbon components are handcrafted in Germany, using techniques found in motorsport. Although it doesn’t have a drivetrain for you to shift between different gears, it does pack in some fancy innovations such as a shock absorption bar and aerodynamic tubing. Other customisation options are also available. The price tag? Eye watering.
Noel Gallagher x adidas Garwen SPZL pack
Former guitarist of Oasis and current lead of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds now has shoes to go with lazy Britpop music beats. The Garwen SPZL trainers designed by Noel Gallagher are released as part of the Spring 2017 adidas SPEZIAL range, featuring indigo leather construction and contrast stitching at the heel. The ‘70s-inspired sneakers will also feature the notable musician’s mugshot on the tongue tag in the classic adidas imprint, and his date of birth scrawled on the inside of the shoe.
The movie remake we have NOT been looking forward to is coming soon, whether we like it or not. Yes, the eponymous clown, Pennywise, who had terrorised our dreams in the ‘90s, returns once again in a feature film, played by Bill Skarsgård. With a history of murder and violence that goes back for hundreds of years, Pennywise is known for exploiting the fears and phobias of its victims, particularly young children, as a disguise to hunt its prey. The children from The Losers’ Club have to face The Dancing Clown when kids in Derry, Maine start to disappear. As if that’s not scary enough, It is set to be a two-part feature film.