Is your coffee-table feeling a bit lonely these day? Are you are a lover of great style, photography and cars? Maybe you just have an insatiable need for speed? Well, look no further – Lamborghini Supercars: 50 Years is here.
The book is a complete guide to that car you’ve always wanted – filled with 224 pages of impressive history and stunning photographs by Stuart Codling and James Mann (one of the world’s leading car and motorcycle photographers). The author Codling is a journalist and broadcaster who has worked in motor sports for over a decade.
Inside, you’ll learn about all of the different cars Lamborghini has produced throughout history: the 350 horsepower Miura, the Countach (an Italian expression one might utter at the sight of a beautiful woman), and the Diablo – which replaced the Countach in 1990 and was the last of the Lamborghini supercars under the auspices of the “original” company. Each car created is considered a collectible – and the book honors all of them.
Lamborghini’s latest supercars now zip from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds and hit top speeds in excess of 220 miles per hour. Their prices are equally staggering.
Lamborghini Supercars 50 Years is devoted exclusively to all of Lamborghini’s ultimate performance cars – and this book is something all car enthusiasts need to have.
From Alien 3 to The Killer, these are the best David Fincher movies ranked
If you're a Fincher fan, add all these films to your must-watch list
Since he emerged on the scene with his own Alien sequel, David Fincher has gained a reputation for being exacting, precise, and brilliant. Whether he's making an unconventional thriller or a throwback to Hollywood's golden age, Fincher's movies are always distinctive, imaginative, and hugely engaging.
Over the course of his career as a director, Fincher has made more than a couple of genuine masterpieces. While he's yet to win any major Oscars, Fincher has always seemed most interested in following his own muse, and is less concerned about how his decisions will be viewed by those around him. You may think of Fincher as a thriller guy, but anyone who's followed his career closely knows that thrillers aren't the only thing he makes.
The 11 best Ryan Reynolds movies – Deadpool, Buried, and more
As a Ryan Reynolds fan, you must see all of his top films listed here
"I don’t expect success. I prepare for it." Wise and self-fulfilling words from our guy, Ryan Reynolds, one of Canada’s sweethearts. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Reynolds dreamed of getting out of there early in his life, not to abandon his family or hometown, but to act. True to his words, he and a fellow Vancouver actor impulsively took to the road one night with one destination: Los Angeles. After taking the first step in following his dreams, his car was stripped and robbed on his first night in L.A. Did that stop our fearless protagonist? Indeed not. After just a few months, Reynolds was landing roles all over town, working whenever he could. Five years later, he finally got a leading role with a recognizable name, a college comedy called Van Wilder: Party Liaison. That movie didn’t make our list today, but it's only because Reynolds has been busy making an array of better movies ever since.
Most would agree that Ryan Reynolds brings a familiar presence in both appearance and demeanor to most of his films, but when you get a frame that fits just right, you get some great Ryan Reynolds features. That is why we’ve compiled a list of the best Ryan Reynolds movies. It should also be known that these movies were chosen for the movie quality and watchability, not just for the most Ryan of the Reynolds’ performances.
Is AT&T down? What you need to know about the outage
Starting Thursday morning (February 22), AT&T's network went down for many U.S. customers, with over 70,000 affected, according to DownDetector. Customers are reporting they're unable to place calls, send text messages, or access the internet in various capacities. It also appears that AT&T is not the only network experiencing these issues, as some Verizon and T-Mobile customers have also indicated outage and connection issues.
AT&T has not provided the reason why the network is down, and for now, it recommends that all customers take advantage of Wi-Fi calling, if necessary, until services are restored.