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- 01/23/12--08:01: _Is 'The Hunger Game...
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- 01/23/12--08:01: Is 'The Hunger Games' Building Too Much Buzz For Its Own Good?
- 03/02/12--09:45: The Lorax Speaks For The SUVs
- 03/20/13--08:40: Men Are From Mars, Women ... Love Cup Holders?
- 12/18/13--06:07: Two Ways Of Seeing An iPhone Christmas
- 01/30/14--07:41: I Like Big Trucks And I Cannot Lie: Cars, Trucks, And The Lady Brain
- 02/02/15--05:43: Watch The Super Bowl Or We'll Kick This Dog: The Saddest Ads Ever
- 02/05/18--06:54: Super Bowl Ads 2018: The Best, The Weirdest And The Most Complicated
The Hunger Games will be one of the most hyped films of 2012. Is it too much already?
The Lorax is a tale of saving the trees — which makes it a little surprising that one of the merchandising tie-ins for the new film is with Mazda SUVs.
Vicki Barker reports on the most complained-about ads in UK history.
We take a moment to consider the "Bic For Her" pen and what other products might follow in its wake.
Priska Neely peeks inside the fully stocked minibar of Denzel Washington's Flight to find out how all those brand-name bottles get on screen — and what happens when nobody gets permission.
Advertising and marketing aimed at women is often really better aimed at parents. Getting past the cup holders in a new car might be a first step.
A new iPhone ad looks to some like a celebration of teenage alienation, but reminds others of something fundamentally true about adolescence.
A recent survey says women like men who drive pickup trucks. We dig deeper. (Well, of course we do.)
After years of nearly naked women and crazy animals, the Super Bowl ads had a new theme this year: your heart, and how to break it.
Advertisers were careful about which messages they showcased this year, and the results felt handcuffed — so cautious that they were just, well, disappointing.