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How Audi Created the World's Biggest World Cup Scoreboard
Anyone who remembers when Ikea installed living rooms inside of bus kiosks or Red Bull’s Nascar racing team set up a pit stop in the middle of Times Square knows that New York is the place for...
Robert Pattinson Fans! Enter For A Chance to Win A Signed 'The Rover' Poster
David Michôd's second feature "The Rover" has been in theaters for a few weeks, but we're now giving you the chance to win a poster from the film, which includes signatures by Mic...
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ESPN Breaks Record as Fans Watch Instead of Working
ESPN metered market numbers for yesterday's 12 p.m. match between the U.S. and Germany got a 6.3 rating, including an hour of pregame starting at 11 a.m. That's great, considering the game k...
USA-Germany Rating Lower for ESPN, But Online Viewing Rises
As would be expected, Thursday’s early start time cut into viewership of ESPN’s coverage of Team USA’s match against Germany in the World Cup, but it helped draw more viewers to the ...
‘Parks and Recreation’ Star Nick Offerman Joins Drama ‘Welcome to Happiness’
“Parks and Recreation” star Nick Offerman has joined the cast of metaphysical drama “Welcome to Happiness” opposite Kyle Gallner. The film, the first production from Minutehand...
10 Great Sundance Film Festival Hits on Netflix Now: 'Reservoir Dogs,' 'Memento' and 'Computer Chess'
Sundance 2015 isn't for another six months, but it's always a good time to watch good films -- especially ones with the Sundance Film Festival stamp of approval. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite Su...
Joanna Coates’ ‘Hide and Seek’ Wins Prize for Best Brit Pic at Edinburgh
LONDON — Joanna Coates’ “Hide and Seek,” which looks at a modern attempt at living a utopian ideal, won the Michael Powell Award for best British feature film at the Edinburgh ...
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Nike Grabs 2 Video Chart Spots With World Cup Clips
Buzz around the World Cup is still going strong, underscored by two soccer-themed spots from Nike on this week’s Adweek/VidIQ top 10 chart. Nike’s "The Last Game" claimed the ...
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Liam Neeson's Nephew Suffers Serious Head Injury in Fall
Ronan Sexton, 31, fell 20 feet from a telephone booth in Brighton, England, on June 22 and is currently in critical condition.read more
Check Out These Highlights From 'Snowpiercer' Director Bong Joon-ho's Reddit AMA
Bong Joon-ho, the Korean director best known for his monster film "The Host," is now bringing us "Snowpiercer," a sci-fi action film that focuses on Earth's survivors after an expe...
60 Confused Seconds of Mark Wahlberg Before ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ (Video)
Mark Wahlberg has many talents: Acting, producing, rapping and, of course, staring. Blankly. And looking very confused. Wahlberg never leaves home without his signature stare, which will almost certai...
TV Review: ‘Vicious’
The taboo here isn't that the main characters played by Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi are gay, it's that they fall far outside the 18-49 demo.
Disgusting ‘Strain’ Billboards Are Freaking People Out
FX's billboards for “The Strain,” featuring a worm popping out of an eye, are grossing people out. “Hey, ‘The Strain’ billboards: f— you! People have little kid...
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BMW's Answer to the Tesla: $135K i8 Plug-In Hybrid
Elon Musk's Hollywood monopoly on sexy electric cars soon will get high-voltage competition from BMW's new model, the result of billions in investments by the German carmaker in eco-friendly, alternat...
Spike Lee Discusses His New Film and Making Movies For 30 Years: 'The Black Audience is Not Monolithic.'
Bill Gunn's "Ganja & Hess," a vampire film in which the term is never used to describe the title characters, premiered in Cannes Critics Week in 1973 and was intended, at least by its ba...
‘The Strain’ Billboard Freakout: How Gross Is the Vampire Drama? (Photos)
FX inspires an outbreak of Twitter complaints The post ‘The Strain’ Billboard Freakout: How Gross Is the Vampire Drama? (Photos) appeared first on TheWrap.
‘Citizen Koch’ Review: Corporatocracy 101, With a Focus on Governor Scott Walker
There's a telling moment in “Citizen Koch” where an elderly interviewee at a Tea Party rally sponsored by Americans for Prosperity cites a falsely inflated number of how much money lab...
Reality Checks: Why the Director of 'Winter's Bone' Decided to Make a Documentary
Here is the typical career trajectory for hot young indie filmmakers: Make a low-budget gem; premiere at Sundance; have a new script ready to go; lure financiers and stars for subsequent project; repe...
6 TV Shows That Should Have Ended After Their First Season
When it comes to television, the best of the best are shows that fulfill their promise to deliver as long as they're on air, but some programs just weren't meant to last more than one season. If they ...
Indie Box Office Preview: Will 'Begin Again' or 'Snowpiercer' Give The Summer a Much Needed Specialty Hit?
There's been a bit of a drought so far this summer when it comes to indie hits. Beyond "Chef" and "Belle" (both out for around two months now), no specialty film has hit $4 million...

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