ADAGE: COLLEGEHUMOR WRITERS BREAK DOWN THE 10 FUNNIEST SUPER BOWL ADS EVER

Ah, the Super Bowl—four-plus hours of nonstop hilarious ads, punctuated by whatever that football thing is between them.

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Business Insider: What the posters for the Oscar-nominated movies would say if they were honest

CollegeHumor released its annual roundup of "honest movie posters," which satirize the year's biggest Oscar nominees.

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Mashable: 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' edited without any men was inevitable, and now it's here

A couple days ago, a man who was Mad Online about women being in Star Wars: The Last Jedi re-cut the film into a 46-minute mess that featured no women at all.

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VENTUREBEAT: DRAWFEE RELEASES 5 TITLES FROM ITS LIVESTREAMED GAME JAM

Drawfee is normally a zany art channel on YouTube, but earlier this month, it hosted a two-day game jam sponsored by the anime hosting site Crunchyroll.

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Electus nominated for two Digiday Awards including 'Best Product Launch' and the 'Visionary Award'

R/GA and SapientRazorfish lead this year’s Digiday Awards finalists with three nominations each

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THR: Hollywood's New Digital Disrupters: 15 Rising Crossover Stars

As web video merges with film and TV, meet the breakouts — from Lilly Singh to Adam Conover — leveraging fame on YouTube and Instagram into careers

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ABC's 'The Toy Box' Shakes Up Judges for Season 2

ABC's The Toy Box is undergoing a few changes. For its sophomore season, the reality competition series will do away with adult mentors, and instead all potential ideas will be judged on solely by a group of five rotating kid judges.

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Snakes & Hallucinations: How a PEOPLE Writer Survived Darkness, Discovery's Extreme Reality Show

How a PEOPLE Writer Survived Darkness, Discovery's Extreme Reality Show

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Electus Partners With Former Crime Boss for New Mafia Series (EXCLUSIVE)

Electus has partnered with former crime boss Michael Franzese and producers Moshe Diamant and Michael Tadross Jr. for a new scripted series about the Mafia, Variety has learned exclusively.

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Chicago Tribune: On the West Side set of the new sketch comedy TV series 'Hot Date'

"Hot Date" is a new Pop TV network sketch comedy series filming in Chicago.

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