I think some people are going to be disappointed with this film. You’ve been led to believe that Judd Apatow is our contemporary master of comedy. The fact that he’s only actually directed two of the many films vaguely associated with his name may have escaped you. The presence of Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Adam Sandler, and Jason Schwartzman in the cast will further lull you into a sense of complacency.
Who cares if the game is 10 days away? Go Daddy just released its first Super Bowl ad — that's right, not a teaser, but the full first commercial — on YouTube, and it's actually pretty funny. Go Daddy is known for showing skin rather than a sense of humor in its commercials, so you can thank Deutsch NY for the laughs.
Olympics on NBC (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Well, NBC was trending this afternoon on Twitter across the U.S. - and not because of some hilarious new sitcom. No, it's the wired multitudes taking to that interconnected series of tubes to blab about the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics ... and NBC's [...]
Comcast values teamwork, not the office politics condoned at NBC Universal.In the NBC sitcom "30 Rock," the self-absorbed television chief executive, played by Alec Baldwin, obsesses over what will happen to his career when his company — NBC — is taken over by Kabletown, a fictional cable systems operator from Philadelphia.
As I noted last week, the White House has refused to submit implementing legislation on pending FTAs with Colombia, Panama and South Korea until House Republicans agree to extend now-expired provisions of the Trade Adjustment Assistance program.
In the Halloween episode of this season?s Community, the NBC sitcom with a rabid cult following, most of the main characters re-imagined a basic slasher story with their own twist. Danny Pudi?s Abed Nadir decided to challenge horror conventions in his take, right down to one particular detail: When the two characters in his story ...
I've reported recently (see posts here and here) about the Boston Consulting Group's prediction of a pending manufacturing renaissance in America because the labor arbitrage gains from manufacturing products in China are starting to shrink and will eventually disappear. Cost advantages for manufacturing are starting to shift back to Ameri