Hans Zimmer demolished the entire comical Minions!

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True Detective Season 1’s Cary Joji Fukunaga has directed the movie, after Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Sunshine) and writer John Hodge left over creative differences in August 2018. La La Land and First Man (and, for the record, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms) cinematographer Linus Sandgren will shoot the movie, and Hans Zimmer is composing the soundtrack. This will also be the first Bond movie of this series released internationally by Universal Pictures, as the studio acquired the franchise when Sony’s contract ran out after Spectre’s release. United Artists will release the film in North America.

A new poster has been revealed for No Time To Die, Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond, on Wednesday.

Shared by the franchise’s Instagram account, it saw 007 go on a mission as he held an assault rifle and looked through the cross-hairs at potential enemies.In the action-packed poster, the actor, 52, transformed into the iconic spy by wearing a tense expression as he set off on his task.

Following the unveilings of their forthcoming collaborations with the comical Minions, Reebok is continuing build on their animation-related product partnerships by once again revisiting their relationship with DC Comics. Last month, the two parties announced their latest venture that which predicated off of the ever-popular and heroic Wonder Woman, and now they’ve revealed the collection in full. However, as opposed to simply revealing the product imagery, they’ve decided to support this release with an campaign that involves six “Wonder Women” currently working on the frontlines today: COVID-19 nurses. Below, you’ll find these ultra-brave souls sporting the footwear pieces which include that of two colorways of the Freestyle Hi, two Classic Leather offerings, a Club C 85, and a Workout Plus makeup. All are presented with that of color schemes and patterns symbolic of the DC heroine, and will be dropping today, September 17th on Reebok.com alongside a full range of apparel and accessories.

Over the years, garments designed for military personnel have trickled down into civilian wardrobes. From the practical (and stylish) bomber jacket to the humble cardigan, the line between original purpose and fashion has blurred. The runway is awash with clothing rooted in combat, which are now sartorial staples. Tailored capes and trench coats are ideal outerwear, whereas the aforementioned knitted cardigans are ideal for keeping warm.

Breastplates made from leather and metal are not only reserved for the likes of Wonder Woman or Brienne of Tarth, and you don’t have to be a medieval knight to embrace chainmail couture. While these protective items might not be as practical or comfortable as other battlefield clothing options, this hasn’t stopped designers from finding inspiration from warrior women of the past — or even revered fictional fighters.