Here's How Bud Light Designed 200,000 Different Colorful Cans for Music Festivalgoers
Individualized packaging seems to be the latest trend for beverage giants like Diet Coke and Absolut, and now Bud Light is getting in on the action and bringing it to the U.S. The beer behemoth...
Bill Carter: How Jon Stewart Changed Media (and Made Megyn Kelly Cry)
He got 'Crossfire' canceled, told Larry King CNN was "terrible" and relentlessly destroyed Jim Cramer. Now, with his final show airing on Aug. 6, the 'Daily Show' icon leaves behind a blistering comed...
NBC's Gold Futures: Rio's Olympics Stars of 2016
Gymnasts "Golden" Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles are just two successful, bankable athletes the network is intensely tracking a full year away from the Games, whose ratings could help recoup its $1.2 ...
Watch: Exclusive Clip From Simeon Rice's Directorial Debut 'Unsullied' Features the Most Charming Kidnappers
Simeon Rice has transitioned from former NFL defensive end to feature film writer-director in his directorial debut, "Unsullied."  The film follows track star Reagan after her car brea...
Watch: Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner are Uncensored, Hilarious and 'Difficult People' in Hulu Series' First Trailer
Hulu is getting ready to roll out some high profile new shows, including Jason Katims' "The Way" (starring Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan), Jason Reitman's "Casual" (with Eliza C...
Critic’s Notebook: Tom Cruise, Show Us the Money — but Also the Weirdness
Tom Cruise has survived a decade of career wobbles and public near-meltdowns thanks to action-hero fare like the "Mission: Impossible" films, but his best performances have always tapped into his cree...
The Best Foreign-Language Films of 2015 According to the Criticwire Network
Throughout the year, members of Indiewire's Criticwire Network -- comprised of nearly 500 critics from around the world -- have been adding their grades and reviews to our database of film pages. Belo...
Watch: Pregnant Actress Goes 'Black Swan' Crazy in Exclusive 'Olmo and the Seagull' Trailer
READ MORE: Watch: Petra Costa On 'Elena,' Brazilian Documentary Films and More For their first collaboration, directors Petra Costa and Lea Glob have developed a dark look into the mind of a pre...
9 Cult Films That Deserve a Television Prequel Series
READ MORE: How 'Wet Hot American Summer' Creators David Wain and Michael Showalter Got the 'Camp' Back Together "Airplane!" (Jim Abraham, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker, 1980)Office-set...
Jason Segel on Playing David Foster Wallace, Road Rage and Dreams About "Witches Eating His Toes"
In this rapid-fire Q&A, the 35-year-old star of 'End of the Tour' also gets grilled on junk food favorites, industry pet peeves and L.A. lawn care.read more
Jason Segel on Why He Wants 'The End of the Tour' Audiences to Forget They're Watching Him Onscreen
READ MORE: James Ponsoldt on Why 'The End of the Tour' Is Not a David Foster Wallace Biopic David Foster Wallace is not the sort of role that an actor takes lightly. When Jason Segel (known prim...
Relativity Bankruptcy: Who's Getting Paid and Who's Getting Screwed
The company owes money to employees, vendors, Bradley Cooper, Brett Ratner and even a game show winner. What's the pecking order?read more
Ad of the Day: Check Out Geico's First Spots in a While Not Made by The Martin Agency
Geico is out with its first commercials that aren't from The Martin Agency in a good long while, but they do continue the brand's tradition of absurd, offbeat humor. Four 15-second spots, c...
MoMA to Honor Robert Zemeckis in Retrospective, Includes 'The Walk' Special Screening
READ MORE: Watch: Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a 'Man on Wire' in Thrilling 'The Walk' Trailer Director Robert Zemeckis, known for creating blockbuster franchises such as "Back to the Future&quo...
24 Hours in Advertising: Friday, July 31, 2015
Calvin Klein and Mother New York released a new, rather racy campaign. Plus, digital agencies including Brooklyn-based Breakfast and Huge discuss what the dress code is like at their agencies. New...
How These Award-Winning Filmmakers Made an Incredibly Timely Historical Documentary
Morgan Neville won an Oscar for his 2013 crowd-pleasing documentary "20 Feet From Stardom," about back-up singers who could be stars in their own right. With "Best of Enemies," co-...
Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, July 31; What Will You See?
Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, July 31. [Synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.] Wide Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Director: Chri...
Cara Delevingne: "I'm Not Stopping Modeling"
Despite parting ways with Storm Models agency and roles in 'Paper Towns' and six upcoming features (including 'Suicide Squad'), the current "It" girl swears she's not done with her first career.read m...
Here's What These Filmmakers Wish They Knew Before They Made Their Films
Based in Montreal, Canada and running from July 14-August 5, the Fantasia International Film Festival, now in its 19th year, is North America's longest-running (and at three weeks, longest) ...
AMC, Channel 4 Renew Sci-Fi Drama 'Humans'
The second season, eight-episode order begins production next year. read more

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