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Photo : People.com

people.com — 02/27/2015 AT 11:00 AM EST You've never seen newly minted Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne quite like this. The 33-year-old actor is currently working on The Danish Girl, which follows the story of transgender pioneer Lili Elbe (played by Redmayne) who was one of the first recipients of sex reassignment surgery, almost a century ago.

Jose Cuervo Mixes a Margarita in Space and Parachutes It Back to Earth

adweek.com — Brands are obsessed with space, getting to space, and anything that's been to space. This week, it was Jose Cuervo's chance to boldly go where no tequila brand had gone before-and hopefully make it home safely.

'15 Sounds Nice?' Nike Golf Has Some Fun With 14-Time Major Winner Tiger Woods

adweek.com — Tiger Woods has been having a rough time for about half a decade. He's been stuck on 14 major championships since 2008, but it's good to know he can poke a little fun at himself. Tiger gives his pursuit of No.

Ad of the Day: Epic Audi Spot With Marauding Mechanics Is Ridiculously Fun

adweek.com — Getting your car serviced by a dealer, rather than some random mechanic, isn't just a smart idea. It's a triumph of good over evil. That's the message of this very entertaining, intentionally over-the-top Audi commercial from German agency Thjnk and Radical Media director Sebastian Strasser.

Singer Says She Was Hurt : People.com

people.com — Richard Young/Startraks Photo 02/27/2015 AT 08:20 AM EST Turns out she was hurt worse than she let on. Madonna, who told her Instagram followers she was "fine" after falling from the stage at the Brit Awards on Wednesday, was actually hurting - and had to be watched closely all that night.

Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: Feb. 20-27

adweek.com — It was an uplifting week in the week's best commercials, as Facebook, Apple and Comcast all delivered inspiring ads about friendship, passion and imagination. Those three spots are joined by a lovable Coca-Cola farce and some PetSmart comedy. See all the ads below, and vote for your favorite.

Mark Mothersbaugh Traces His Life From Blind Kid to Visionary in Great Google Play Ad

adweek.com — Google Play has been running a great branded content series from BBH Los Angeles called "California Inspires Me," featuring interviews-which are then set to animation-with famous Californians talking about their upbringing. It's a collaboration with California Sunday magazine (the regional print offshoot of nonfiction event series Pop-Up Magazine), and the results have been fantastic.

Ad of the Day: Facebook Just Made Some of the Truest Ads Ever About Friendship

adweek.com — Facebook, in its advertising, used to get all caught up in lofty and tortured metaphors for friendship. But its latest ads-gritty, immediate, powerfully evocative-show how far the social network has come in grounding its message in more relatable truths. Three new 60-second ads from in-house agency The Factory meditate on just what friendship means to people.

Agency Creatives Need to Shut Up About Entering Ad Contests, and Here's Why

adweek.com — Attention, creatives: You have actual paying clients, and shouldn't be pissing your time away working on briefs for some cockamamie ad contest. But if you do, at least keep it quiet. That's the message of this amusing video by agency Zulu Alpha Kilo encouraging entries to Canada's National Advertising Challenge-a contest that challenges creatives to dream up the most unconventional solutions for Canadian marketers.

Apple Watch Gets Its First Advertising With a Stylish 12-Page Spread in Vogue

adweek.com — Apple Watch gets a 12-page spread in the March issue of Vogue, part of the run-up to the wearable device's launch in April. Rate-card value: north of $2.2 million. All three versions of the watch-the luxe 18-karat gold model, a sports watch and the leather-bound standard edition-are featured in the magazine's "Spring Fashion Blockbuster," and the images we've seen so far look appropriately stylish.
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Feb 26, 2015

#TBT - Jim Riswold on W+K's Mars Blackmon and Hare Jordan spots for Nike in the '80s and '90s. blog.wk.com/2015/02/26/thr…

Feb 26, 2015

RT @slarkpope: "I went to Columbia Journalism school." "Oh yeah, what's your beat?" "Well, today I ran the live blog of our escaped llama coverage."

Feb 25, 2015

RT @netflix: What if the Internet was so slow it loaded one word at a time? Don't let Comcast win. Battleforthenet.com

Feb 24, 2015

An interracial couple is at the heart of Tiffany's new ad, so of course YouTube comments are disabled. youtu.be/z7pp_4d01ls

Feb 24, 2015

An interracial couple is at the heart of Tiffany's new ad, so of course YouTube comments are disabled. bit.ly/17uXLwy

Feb 22, 2015

@MrShaneRussell Of course, though not exactly surprising for the venue.

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