Zoo Shows That Summer Popcorn Fare Isn't Just for the Big Screen
From Jurassic World to Avengers: Age of Ultron, summer movies are all about escapist fun. As CBS looks to lure audiences during the same season, it's found a show that distills the pleasures of ...
Watch: A Comedy Legend Is Brought Back to Hilarious, Heartbreaking Life in 'I Am Chris Farley' Trailer
READ MORE: Virgil Films Acquires Rights to Chris Farley Documentary The late comedy genius Chris Farley is getting the documentary treatment this summer with the release of "I Am Chris Farl...
Made in the USA: 15 Drinks to Help Celebrate Your Independence This July Fourth
What makes America great is the potential for discovery, a willingness to explore and delve into the unfamiliar, and the ability to take a small idea and turn it into a great one. Our forefathers were...
Watch: Jon Stewart, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and John Oliver Get A Workout For #GiveThem20
Social media activism has really been gaining momentum since last summer's viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and this summer's new craze may be ACP's #GiveThem20 challenge, which calls for mil...
CBS Entertainment Chief and "Loudmouthed Feminist" Nina Tassler Reveals the Strategy Behind 'Supergirl' Gamble
Half her senior execs are female. One-third of her showrunners are, too. As the ACLU probes gender inequality in film, Tassler is a case study in what can happen with a lady at the top.read more ...
ThePostGame Will Partner With WPP's New Sports Entertainment Business
ThePostGame, a 4-year-old digital media property that reaches roughly 40 million people per month, is set to make a few major announcements. First up will be a sales and marketing partnership with W...
'Magic Mike XXL' Director Gregory Jacobs Steps Out of Steven Soderbergh's Shadow
READ MORE: Review: 'Magic Mike XXL' is Steven Soderbergh's Striptease Concert Film (And That's Just Fine) Since serving as assistant director on 1993's "King of the Hill," Gregory Jaco...
Penelope Spheeris Reveals the Backstory Behind Cult Documentary 'The Decline of Western Civilizaton'
For decades, there were only two ways to watch "The Decline of Western Civilization": buy a bootleg or download it online. Both are illegal. For a movie about the underground punk scene, the...
Indiewire Hires Kate Erbland as Managing Editor
Indiewire has hired Kate Erbland as managing editor, replacing outgoing managing editor and senior writer Nigel M. Smith. Erbland enters the position this week as Smith heads to Los Angeles to work a...
From 'Mad Men' to 'Empire,' 6 TV Critics Make Last-Ditch Emmy Picks
Corralled by THR's Tim Goodman, TV reviewers (from Salon to TV Guide to USA Today) reveal their choices and wishes for Emmy's most deserving nominees.read more
Watch: Julia Roberts, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Nicole Kidman Seek Revenge in Intense 'Secret In Their Eyes' Trailer
Three awards heavyweights have come together for "Secret in Their Eyes," a reimagining of the eponymous 2009 drama which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. READ MORE: Happy Birth...
Watch: 'BoJack Horseman' Has a Brand New Attitude in Season 2 Trailer
Our favorite loose cannon talking horse is back, and he's turning over a new leaf. READ MORE: Netflix Reveals 'BoJack Horseman' Season 2 Release Date, New Poster Netflix's animated series "...
How Narragansett Beer Rebuilt Its Brand With a Meager $100,000 Media Budget
It's not often that a 125-year-old brand can reinvigorate itself without a complete reinvention. But that's what Narragansett Brewing Company has been able to do. With a shoestring media bud...
Ad of the Day: Memorial Sloan Kettering Tells Three Powerful, Inspiring Cancer Stories
Giving people a new way to think and talk about cancer." That's the mission of three Internet films from New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, according to chief communica...
Team Behind 'Hornet's Nest' Doc Launching a Pair of Military-Themed Films (Exclusive)
High-ranking Obama administration alum Wendy Anderson is joining the trio to work on the documentaries, sources say.read more
Where Are All the Cannes Lionesses?
Last Wednesday night, I couldn't sleep. My partner Holly Fallows and I were up for our first award at Cannes. Two girls from the north of England were up for an award. At Cannes. No biggie. I fo...
This Quirky Campaign to Rename British Landmarks Boosted Chinese Visits 27%
Would you be more likely to shop Savile Row if it were called "The Street for the Tall, Rich and Handsome"? Or maybe book a visit to Sherwood Forest if it were known as "The Forest of...
Adweek Daily Brief: R/GA Celebrates Its 33 Lions Wins
Microsoft is handing off its display, mobile and video ad sales to AOL, but the software giant denies that there will be any jobs cuts. Plus, R/GA celebrates its massive success at the Cannes Lions ...
BBC Trust Approves Transformation of BBC 3 to Online-Only Channel
The BBC has approved a plan to transform the BBC 3 linear channel into an online-only service. Talk of shuttering BBC 3 as a linear service has been in the the air for some time. The BBC Trust on Tues...
Binge-Viewing Is Becoming a Less Shameful Activity: Survey
Fewer people cringe about the binge, according to a new survey. Over the last two years, the negative perception of binge-viewing TV series — watching three or more episodes in on day — ...

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