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Headline News 2014 Critics’ Choice Television Nominations Announced

Nominees for Best Animated Series include FX’s ‘Archer,’ Fox’s ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Family Guy,’ Disney XD’s ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ and Cartoon Network’s ‘Adventure Time.’

Headline News a52 and Rock Paper Scissors Deliver New Campaign for BMW

a52 and Rock Paper Scissors deliver a series of powerful and inspiring commercials for the new BMW i8 in collaboration with Director Gus Van Sant

Headline News Disney Releases Free ‘Maleficent’ Multi-Touch iBook

Featuring an interactive timeline of the history of ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ rare treasures from the Disney archives, explorable environments from the world of ‘Maleficent,’ cast and crew interviews, never-before-seen concept art, storyboards and sketches, exclusive photos and featurettes, fun facts, character profiles and more.

Headline News Genius Brands International Redesigns Signature Baby Genius Brand

Genius Brands International redesigns signature Baby Genius brand characters as part of overall brand re-launch in 2014; character illustrations created by celebrated ‘David & Goliath’ founder and artist Todd Goldman.

Headline News Gentleman Scholar Brings Poetry to Life for Motionpoems

Gentleman Scholar releases a stunning visual interpretation of poetry in collaboration with Motionpoems, a non-profit that pairs up-and-coming poets with award-winning design, production and visual effects studios.

Headline News Wildchild+bonch Expands Creative Talent Roster

Bicoastal creative collective /Wildchild/+bonch announces the addition of new creative talent, including Editors Deirdre Bell, Charlie Cusumano, Keith Olwell and Michael Sullivan, Creative Director David Winkfield, Managing Director Scott Spanjich and Senior Producer Val McAndrews.

Headline News Box Office Report: ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Rules Memorial Day Weekend

Bryan Singer's critically acclaimed ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ soars at the Memorial Day weekend box office with a global debut of $302 million -- the best of any ‘X-Men’ film.

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