Until now, it’s easy to argue that a Super Bowl commercial has never been written by five tweets.
The Lincoln Motor Company is celebrating ninety years of “doing what they’ve always done, which is doing what others aren’t.”
Who would’ve thought that simply liking the presence of a Ford Fusion would bring good karma carma to one’s life?
A new campaign introducing Lincoln’s 2013 MKZ pays tribute to past Presidents who have inspired and been visionaries.
A spontaneous meeting between two people who met at a super market leads to an overnight rendezvous. The following morning, the pair need to retrace their steps to recover their articles of clothing.
Is it possible to become friends with a stranger without the use of Facebook?
A free Ford Escape sounds really nice to Hollywood agent Skylar, and although she was promised no strings attached, she soon discovers a surprise in the back of her new car.
Get clean and smell good company Axe is debuting a new campaign today to encourage people to save water and have some fun.
“Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” is a game that has stumped and entertained movie fans for nearly two decades. With Google launching a bacon number search feature we want to know – can you find someone with a higher number than six?
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic series, for those keeping score, is halfway through season 9. And to shake things up, Jane Espenson is bringing in Billy, a gay male Slayer!
You may admire Alan Rickman for his performances as Severus Snape, Hans, or even the Blue Caterpillar – but what about as an angry tea maker?
Help get the candidates to address the American education crisis: on August 15th, tweet with #dontforgeted and share your support of Don’t Forget Ed on Facebook.
In a great multi-part series, Community star Joel McHale and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest try to work together to spread the word about 2013 Ford Fusions via a documentary.
While attending San Diego Comic-Con, Universal has announced that Billy Elliot and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close director Stephen Daldry will bring the Broadway musical to the big screen.