Dwayne ”The Rock” Johnson Trolls Kevin Hart During Recovery

As Kevin Hart continues to recover from his almost fatal car accident, Dwayne ”the Rock” Johnson decided to troll him on his Instagram story. The Jumanji co-stars have one of the most admired bromances in show business, and their interactions are always entertaining. They both have different personalities, but they work so well together, especially on television screens. The Rock tends to embody this touch exterior with a kind and soft spirit, while Kevin Hart showcases more of a funny and competitive nature. Continue reading

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Shygirl reunites with Sega Bodega for new track, ‘BB’

The NUXXE co-founder comes through with her second single of the year.

Shygirl has dropped her second track of 2019.

‘BB’ sees the UK artist reuniting with producer Sega Bodega for a frenetic, club-ready track that she explains is “about finding the good in your bad traits.”

To mark the release of the new track Shygirl will play an intimate free show in Camden, London on October 30. The event will also feature a preview of the video for the track, which is directed by Mischa Notcutt, the creative director of London club collective PDA. Tickets are available now. Continue reading

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This Photographer Made Funny Noises At Animals And Captured Their Funny Expressions

Belinda Richards is a founder of Frog Dog Studios, photographer and master piddle cleaner. 18 years experience working with animals including working as a groomer, animal welfare and emergency services. According to Belinda: “I spend my days speaking fluent dog. Well, sort of. I make funny noises and feed them peanut butter, and they give me weird looks that are so human it’.


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Debuting at WatchTime New York 2019: G-Shock MTG-B1000XBD and B1000XB with Carbon Fiber Bezels

America’s largest luxury watch extravaganza, WatchTime New York, returns for its fifth consecutive year at Midtown Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 25 – 26, 2019. This year’s event, now less than a week away, is shaping up to be the biggest yet, with 37 participating watch brands displaying their latest and greatest timepieces. Among these brands is Casio’s G-Shock, which will showcase the latest additions to its premium MTG-B1000 series.

G-Shock MTG-B1000XB - pair

G-Shock has recently announced an update to its high-end MTG-B1000 division that adds a carbon bezel to the Bluetooth-enabled watch. The new MTG-B1000XBD and B1000XB builds on the dual-construction identity of combining resin and metal that the MT-G line has made its name on (“MT” stands for Metal Twisted, after all). Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the MT-G family has grown in importance in recent years as the brand continues to shift further upmarket. The carbon fiber bezel helps in that regard by further enhancing the collection’s physical offering while remaining an accessible purchase overall. Continue reading

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Aqua Stop: Reviewing the Patek Philippe Aquanaut Chronograph

Patek Philippe now offers the Aquanaut with a chronograph movement. This sporty complication fits perfectly in the company’s increasingly youthful, dynamic collection. But how does it perform in real-life conditions? We find out in this in-depth review from the WatchTime archives (original photos by Patrick Mökesch).

Patek Philippe Aquanaut Chronograph - reclining

The collection was first launched in 1997. Taking its inspiration from the Nautilus but with an updated, modern design and a rugged composite strap, it appeals to a young, sporty clientele. Continue reading

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