Jason Guerrasio, provided by Published 10:25 am CST, Thursday, December 20, 2018 Warner Bros. One entertaining moment of "Aquaman" is when the Pitbull song "Ocean to Ocean" appears as actors Jason Momoa and Amber Heard walk out of the ocean in slow motion. Director James Wan told Business Insider why the song, which features a cover of Toto's "Africa" in the hook, was placed in that scene. “Aquaman” is being praised the world over for bringing the DC Comic superhero to the big screen in a fun, CGI-fueled way. But the cherry on top is the out-of-left-field drop of the Pitbull song “Ocean to Ocean” in the middle of the movie. In a shot that you can’t help but howl with laughter at, Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Mera (Amber Heard) emerge out of the crashing waves from the depths of the sea in slow motion while the bass-heavy “Ocean to Ocean” track plays. In the song, Pitbull raps about the plot of the movie (“They tried to get … [Read more...] about ‘Aquaman’ director James Wan talks about the movie’s Pitbull song ‘Ocean to Ocean’ that’s taken the internet by storm
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There are some Christmas traditions in the UK that might confuse people from the US. The UK celebrates Christmas with pantomime, a campy family comedy show with roots in the Victorian era. Christmas pudding, a popular dessert in the UK, might seem unfamiliar to people in the US. The holiday season is a time for nostalgia, a time when families come together and traditions are remembered. Those traditions are often specific to individual cultures and can be confusing to people who celebrate the holidays differently. And there is certainly no exception when it comes to Americans trying to understand British Christmas traditions. Here are 10 Christmas traditions in the UK that might confuse Americans. Christmas greetings in the UK are just different enough from the US to be a bit confusing. In the UK, you might hear “Father Christmas” to reference what people in the US call “Santa Clause” or, even more confusing, “Chrimbo” also sometimes spelled … [Read more...] about 10 Christmas traditions in the UK that confuse Americans
By Imad Brohi Published: November 16, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email The trip to Kilimanjaro and Tanzania ended but the memories will remain etched in my mind forever. PHOTOS: IMAD BROHI At 5,895 metres, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in the continent of Africa. Though dormant now, it is also the highest volcano in the world outside of South America. The mountain is one of the seven summits (a term used for highest peak in each of the seven continents). From the plains of Moshi to its summit, the mountain rises a staggering 5,100 metres, which makes it the tallest free-standing mountain on the planet. While it may not be for the faint-hearted, for many trekking/mountain climbing enthusiasts like myself, it is one of the starting points of their climbing career. At 5895 metres, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in the continent of Africa and one of the seven summits. Tanzania: Home of Kilimanjaro The mountain is located in North Tanzania, close to … [Read more...] about Beauty at its ‘peak’: Climbing the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa
Photo: The Piano Guys / YouTube YouTube celebrated its seventh birthday, Monday. Currently, 72 hours of video are uploaded to the media site every minute. That’s over three billion hours a month. With an overwhelming amount of video, how do you sift through all of the content to find what’s worth watching? Simple. Ask the site hosts themselves. That’s what we did. With help from YouTube, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 rising stars who increase our physics knowledge, sling shoot us over water, and deliver transcendent classical and original sounds from the grasslands of Africa and the Deathstar. You may recognise Hannah Hart as the girl who videotaped herself cooking in her kitchen drunk, giving birth to 'My Drunk Kitchen.' Hart uploads weekly comedy sketches of herself both drunk and sober. In addition to her kitchen debauchery, she also sings and gives advice. Channel: youtube.com/myhartoSubscribers: 260,000+Video views: 22.8 million … [Read more...] about Check Out 10 Rising YouTube Stars You Should Know
There were almost 250,000 burglaries in France in 2017, 2 percent up on the previous year although not quite as high as in 2013. There was also roughly the same number of failed break-ins, taking the total of attempted and completed burglaries to 470,000. That’s according to France Interior Ministry’s yearly crime index study, which The Local has had access to. The report also highlights that an unfortunate 30,000 properties were burgled more than once over the course of 2017. But not all departments across l’Héxagone are affected equally. First we look at those areas that have the highest burglary rates, which we calculated by comparing the total number of burglaries to the number of homes in the department. Where did most burglaries happen in France? And there was a rather surprising name at the top of the table. Haute-Garonne, in southwest France, was the department that experienced the highest number of burglaries per number of households in 2017: … [Read more...] about Where in France are you most (and least) likely to be burgled?