Patta Says Bye to Summer With New Streetwear Bangers for Fall

Here’s the FW17 lookbook from Patta shot by Menno Kok. The first selections from the collection will launch in store at Patta Amsterdam, London and online this Friday, August 18, and will also roll out at other retailers worldwide in the coming weeks. If you like what you see, head over to the brand’s online store for more info.

For more new fashion, check out Highsnobiety’s Under the Radar series.

Now here’s 10 upcoming brands to check out this month.

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The Trailer for Adam Sandler & Ben Stiller’s Next Big Netflix Hit Is Finally Here

After debuting at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, Noah Baumbach’s The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) will be making its North American premiere later this Fall.

Netflix just released the first teaser trailer, which stars Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Elizabeth Marvel, and Dustin Hoffman. The film centers on a family coming together as adult siblings (Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Elizabeth Marvel) contend with the long shadow their father (Dustin Hoffman) has cast over their lives.

Also produced by Scott Rudin, Baumbach, Lila Yacoub, and Eli Bush — The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) hits Netflix on Friday, October 13, 2017.

In other news, here’s every ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff HBO has coming.

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Danger Zone hits Xbox One this fall, native 4K on Xbox One X

Take vehicular destruction to the next level with Danger Zone, making its Xbox One debut later this year.

Three Fields Entertainment, a studio formed three years ago by Criterion Games co-founders, has announced that Danger Zone is on its way to Xbox One this fall. After a release on both PS4 and PC earlier this year, the game will make its debut on the console around the launch of the Xbox One X, sporting enhancements that leverage its additional resources.

Inspired by Burnout’s “Crash Mode,” a concept previously developed under Criterion’s roof, Danger Zone attempts to capture the same level of chaos in a condensed package. Returning to the team’s roots, the game blends arcade puzzle gameplay with hectic automotive action, challenging players to cause the biggest pile ups among traffic.

Although Danger Zone released with mixed reviews at launch, many praised the game for its depth and beauty of crash effects. Hopefully, with the Xbox One X version, these should be notably improved if paired alongside the promise of native 4K resolution. On top of the original content, all Xbox One owners will also be receiving twelve new levels and three new cars at launch.

Pete Carroll on Michael Bennett Anthem Protest: ‘Heart Is in Such a Great Place’

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday Michael Bennett’s “heart is in such a great place” after the defensive end told reporters he is planning to sit for the national anthem throughout the 2017 season as a protest against social injustice.

“He has already done so much work to try to understand where he can help, and he’s doing marvelous things in our community here,” Carroll said, per the News Tribune‘s Gregg Bell. “He’s been overseas. He’s been to Africa, he’s been to Haiti. He’s spent time in Badlands (National Park), Native American communities, so he can understand. 

“He’s done more a lot more work than most people would ever be able to do in a lifetime in trying to understand where he can help and what he could possibly do. He’s a very good person, a very amazing guy.” 

Carroll’s complete comments can be viewed below, courtesy of Bell: 

Bennett remained seated for “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the Seahawks’ preseason opener against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday and explained his decision during a post-game meeting with reporters. 

“Seeing everything in Virginia and stuff that is going on I just wanted to be able to use my platform to continuously speak out on injustice,” Bennett said, per the Seattle Times Bob Condotta

“First of all I want to make sure people understand I love the military — my father was in the military,” Bennett added. “I love hot dogs like any other American. I love football like any other American. But I don’t love segregation, I don’t love riots, I don’t love oppression. I don’t love gender slander.”

On Monday, a member of the Seahawks’ front office told’s Jim Trotter he was fine with the protest “as long as Michael is preaching love and not hate.”

Apple Adds to Video Team With Hire of Former WGN America Head

Former president and general manager of WGN America and Tribune Studios Matt Cherniss has jointed Apple to help oversee the development of the company’s worldwide video unit, reports Variety.

Cherniss will serve under Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, two former Sony executives who joined Apple earlier this year to lead Apple’s video programming efforts on a worldwide scale. Erlicht and Amburg report to senior vice president of internet software and services Eddy Cue.

Back in June, Cherniss stepped down from his role as president at WGN America and Tribune Studios after Tribune was acquired by Sinclair Broadcast Group. Cherniss led WGN’s own push into original content and away from re-runs, overseeing the launch of shows like “Salem,” “Outsiders,” “Underground,” and “Manhattan,” so he’s well-positioned to help Apple make a deeper dive into original programming.

With the addition of Cherniss, Apple has a solid team, as its former two hires, Erlicht and Amburg, helped produce shows like “Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul,” and “The Crown.”

Over the course of the last several months, Apple has been experimenting with original content as a way to promote its Apple Music service. The company has launched two shows so far, including “Planet of the Apps,” a series about app developers pitching ideas to investors, and “Carpool Karaoke,” a music-based show developed from the Carpool Karaoke segment on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

Apple is said to have bigger ambitions when it comes to original content, though, with rumors suggesting the company is pursuing deals with “triple-A-list” talent to create a roster of shows on par with Netflix and Amazon.
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