Shazam® today announced that Patricia Parra has joined the company as its Chief Marketing Officer and will report to the CEO, Rich Riley.
The Vengaboys are back for the World Cup - and now they're sexier than ever. Perhaps even too sexy for pre-watershed television. Watch their new video Note it's NSFW
Everyone's guilty 90s pleasure are responsible for hits like Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!! and We Like to Party and are back on the Vengabus heading straight to Brazil.
In a product placement/integration stunt that should have felt forced but didn't, the first several minutes of last Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel show didn't begin with his monologue, rather, it began with a Nespresso ad featuring spokeswoman Penelope Cruz. Via adRants
As Jimmy gets ready for the show, he runs into Cruz -- along with the rest of his staff -- backstage and they're all hanging out drinking coffee.
As Liverpool prepare the crunch tie at Selhurst Park on Monday, the Crystal Palace cheerleaders have been at it again – unleashing their latest video offering with some serious lip-syncing and dancing to Swedish DJ duo, Icona Pop’s smash hit I Love It.
Video "A desperate attempt to be young" - This 45 year old is still amazingly hot but the song is the bad thing. The brand new album Kiss Me Once - is trending and available now. Watch it here.
‘Peppermint’ by Julio Bashmore has been released, with a highly technical accompanying promo from acclaimed animation director Noah Harris from Blink Films. The work was produced at the Prodigious facility on Whitfield Street, London, part of the Publicis Groupe’s global production platform. [more…]
Our cast of British Villains (http://www.britishvillains.com) -- Sir Ben Kingsley, Tom Hiddleston and Mark Strong -- and Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper. Have you ever noticed how in Hollywood, all the villains are played by Brits? Let us introduce you to the newest British Villain that will make you forget all the usual suspects. #GoodToBeBad Watch the video.
Sex, Lies, and Class Politics Set to Music
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s indignation at the scapegoating of Stephen Ward 50 years ago inspires a hit stage musical about the Profumo Affair
Strange is as apt a description of the Profumo Affair as any.