The NBA Playoffs are almost here and once again, the league has an ambitious marketing plan to make sure you know how important the next two months are. The series of 20-plus commercials, running throughout the playoffs, expand on this seasons Where Amazing Happens advertising theme and share the tag "There Can Only Be One." They feature split-screens of star players from opposing teams talking in unison about what the playoffs mean to them. The first two, already airing, pair Kobe Bryant of the Lakers and his old pal Shaquille O'Neal, now with the Suns, and LeBron James of the Cavaliers and Kevin Garnett of the Celtics. On Sunday a third spot, with Chris Paul (Hornets) and Dwight Howard (Magic), premieres. Were gonna win, yeah they say simultaneously. Thats not me bragging. Thats me believing. Thats me believing in myself and my teammates. And trust me, you ask anyone whos ever won a ring, anyone whos ever been...read more
Nominations for the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, to be held Jan. 15, 2007, were announced Thursday morning in Beverly Hills. Powered by Grey's Anatomy and Desperate Housewives, ABC (with 11 nods) edged out NBC (9) to lead the broadcast-networks pack, while Babel had the most movie kudos, netting seven noms from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. A complete list of who's in the running and for what can be found here.
In the days after the nominations came out, TV Guide rounded up reactions from some of your favorite stars.
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Amidst all the pillaging pirates and soaring superheroes of this summer movie season, keep an eye out for a plucky little yellow VW bus, because that's one ride you won't want to miss. Now in select theaters, Little Miss Sunshine follows a dysfunctional bunch — Dad (Greg Kinnear) is a low-rent Tony Robbins, the Nietzsche-loving son (Paul Dano) has taken a vow of silence, Grandpa (Alan Arkin) is an oversexed druggie, and Uncle Frank (read more