Inside M2 February 2017 – Issue 141
M2 Magazine – February – 2017 – Issue 141
BEN AFFLECK – Blockbuster
Ben Affleck had a busy 2016; as well as slipping on black leather tights to fight Superman, the versatile movie star set out to help Hollywood relive its old glory days. With his batman mask still warm, he wrote, produced, directed and starred in Live by Night, a homage to the dark crime blockbusters of old.
In life, the more prepared you are to take on the foibles and challenges that can occur, the higher your survival rate and therefore, the greater your success in meeting and conquering the next hurdle. To help you live a more healthy, productive and ultimately longer life, we present a few clever ways to beat the grave.
He’s picked up a bucket of Michelin stars, worked alongside the world’s best chefs, hell, he is one of the world’s greats himself but one gets the sense that there’s a drive in Josh Emett that would have found him success in any discipline.
CES – or the consumer electronics show – is an annual showcase of tech giants proudly displaying their newest and most cutting-edge devices. Everything tech is there, from new cellphones to prototype robots and televisions and smart devices. It’s a technology geek’s fantasy, and as such it’s one of the biggest shows to hit las vegas each year, taking up to 18 days to set up, run and break down. This year was the 50th anniversary of the show and as usual it didn’t disappoint. Here are our highlights.
Penthouse is synonymous with rockstar attitude, luxury furnishings and life above the rest, and this newly opened Queenstown penthouse is not about to break that vision. Overlooking Lake Wakatipu, the Eichardt’s Private Hotel’s rooftop quarters consider your every need and whim before you even have the chance to. At $10,000 a night, opulence should be standard, but what you get when you arrive at the Penthouse is beyond expectations.