In case you missed it, a ton of things went down at this year’s Comic-Con festival in San Diego. Among a slew of trailer unveils was a new teaser from Nickelodeon, highlighting the first-ever stop-motion episode of SpongeBob.
Titled “Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom,” the halloween special will center around the Flying Dutchman, who attempts to bring fear to everyone in town, while SpongeBob remains a difficult culprit due to insisting that scary things are funny.
The monumental episode will reportedly feature 27 sets across five stages, 15 boxes of breakfast cereal creating texture for Bikini Bottom’s coral reefs, eight pounds of glitter decorating SpongeBob’s Halloween pineapple house, and hundreds of Popsicle sticks used for planks of a roller-coaster track that Patrick and SpongeBob ride.
The stop-motion episode of SpongeBob is set to air this October.
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Astronauts travelling to and from the International Space Station aboard Boeing’s new CST-100 Starliner may be wearing Reeboks – and no, we’re not talking about tennis shoes. The footwear manufacturer has announced that it teamed up with space suit manufacturer David Clark Company, to create a boot for use in the spacecraft.
New music coming from rap collective Bar None the Best titled “Grind”.
The Vermont based collective, made up M. Rich and J-Hess, is set to release a series of singles through the year, and Grind is the first single the two have put forth.
Hitmaker Nastee produced this record and the visuals were directed by Myster DL. You may recognize Nastee from his work with T.I, Mobb Deep and,Joey Bada$$ among others.
Both M. Rich and J-Hess have also been familiar names faces on the hip hop scene, having hit the stage with the likes of Ja Rule, Scarface, and Cassidy. Now, the two have teamed up to form a supergroup that is poised to put Vermont rap and hip hop on the map.
Featuring Termanology, both the single and the visuals are heating up the summer and giving you just a taste of more hot music that is set to come from the collective.
Get into the visuals below and be sure to keep up with this group who has much more in store.