‘Earth to Echo’ Trailer Teases a Live-Action Family Film to Rival ‘E.T.’ (Video)
13 Dec 2013, 11:53 am
Miss the good ol’ days when Hollywood regularly sunk money into beloved family-friendly classics such as “E.T.,” “Flight of the Navigator,” or “The Goonies”? Relativity Media has released the first teaser trailer for “Earth to Echo,” and it
In the cozy room of 275 that included honoree Goldie Hawn, Lily Tomlin, Kelly Osbourne, and Laura Prepon, host Chelsea Handler struck a balance.
“I’m going to give $100,000,” she said late in the program. “I hate going to these things. You get a little buzz going and then who
“Fruitvale Station,” which was passed over in the Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globes nominations, has been named the recipient of the Stanley Kramer Award by the Producers Guild of America.
The award goes to films or individuals that raise awareness of social issues. Ryan Coogler&rsqu
I remember watching an interview that Barbara Walters did with Warren Beatty. At the time, Beatty was promoting “Heaven Can Wait,” and he was hot. Here was a superstar, a leading man A-lister that would not only garner interest but gain ratings for Walter’s broadcast. What a prize.
Hacking trial judge blasts Labour MP for sending 'deeply prejudicial' Christmas card featuring Rebekah Brooks
The jury at the phone-hacking trial has been warned to ignore a “deeply prejudicial” Christmas card sent by a Labour MP featuring Rebekah Brooks.
Nick Brown MP sent the card containing images of Prime Minister David Cameron, a former police horse and Brooks to parliamen
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was ordering an internal mole hunt and not the hacking of Calum Best’s mobile when he sent an email with the instruction “do his phone”, a court has heard.
The Old Bailey today revisited an email between Coulson and for
Six Things You Didn't Know About Colle & McVoy's Mike Caguin
Minneapolis has long been known as a creative hotspot, and helping to cement that reputation is Colle & McVoy. It's known as one of the best places to work (in the eyes of such diverse pubs as Outside magazine and Advertising Age) and for it smart ideas and design-savvy work. Among the latter ar
Have you seen the November issue of The Atlantic? It features a fantastic cover story by James Fallows titled "The 50 Greatest Breakthroughs Since The Wheel." The piece covers everything from the printing press, No. 1 on the list, to the combine harvester, No. 50.With a few modifications, this artic
Charter Communications Inc. is preparing an offer letter to acquire Time Warner Cable for less than $140 a share, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.Charter will send the so-called "bear hug" letter to Time Warner Cable as early as next week, according the person, who asked not to be
Campbell Soup Co. is bolstering its marketing ranks by hiring a former UM exec for the newly created position of VP-integrated marketing.Yin Woon Rani will "be responsible for establishing the strategic direction for Campbell's advertising, media, global design and digital marketing and social media
Hacked Via RDP: Really Dumb Passwords
Businesses spend billions of dollars annually on software and hardware to block external cyberattacks, but a shocking number of these same organizations shoot themselves in the foot by poking gaping holes in their digital defenses and then advertising those vulnerabilities to attackers. Today's post
Lost in the ongoing media firestorm over the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance activities is the discussion about concrete steps to bring the nation's communications privacy laws into the 21st Century. Under current laws that were drafted before the advent of the commercial Internet,
Adobe and Microsoft today each separately released security updates to remedy zero-day bugs and other critical vulnerabilities in their software. Adobe issued fixes for its Flash and Shockwave players, while Microsoft pushed out 11 updates addressing addressing at least two dozen flaws in Windows an
Last week, the world got the first glimpses of a man Russian authorities have accused of being "Paunch," a computer crime kingpin whose "Blackhole" crimeware package has fueled an explosion of cybercrime over the past several years. So far, few details about the 27-year-old defendant have been relea