Throwback Thursday: Just Your Friendly, Neighborhood Spider-MEN May01

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At midnight tonight, we spider-fans have an appointment at our friendly neighborhood theaters in the shape of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. What better way to get geared up for the film than to look back at all the men who’ve donned the spidey-spandex over the years (and yeah, it’s not just...

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While people all over the world celebrate Halloween today, others associate the night of October 31 with the beginning of “el Día de los Muertos” (The Day of the Dead). Today’s traditions in Mexico and many other Spanish-speaking countries are quite different than those celebrated in the...

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These days, some advertisements appear in front of such a diverse market that they beg the question, do targeted consumers even know marketers are reaching out to them? Take Hispanic ads that appear in front of the general market or even ones that only play on Spanish-language channels–...

Trending News Monday...

Last night, the biggest names in television gathered to celebrate the best of the small screen broadcasted on the small screen. Although the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards had to compete with the likes of other primetime programming such as  Breaking Bad and Sunday Night Football, the competition...

Throwback Thursday: The Many Faces of Batman Sep12

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Uproar, surprise and angst came when Warner Bros. recently cast Ben Affleck as the caped crusader known as Batman in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel. Some think Affleck isn’t quite “Batman-material,” but that begs the question, who is Batman supposed to be? With little thought, most...

Trending News Monday...

Today we’re bringing you two major and emotionally-driven headlines that trended this weekend: George Zimmerman’s verdict and Cory Monteith death. A Heated Debate Probably everyone has at least heard about George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed...

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Since Harry Potter’s 8-film quest concluded two years ago, Warner Bros. has needed a new “golden egg” franchise and Man of Steel seems to be the beginning of the next big film franchise (like 2008’s Iron Man was for Marvel and Disney). Warner Bros. risked a lot on the film: spending $225 on...