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Jamie Dornan And Emily Blunt Have Responded To All Those Complaints About The Accents In Wild Mountain Thyme

The Fifty Shades of Grey star has responded to the film's accent backlash.
Tags: Jamie Dornan, Religion, Grey

The Book Is Always Better

I love reading. Love it. One of my self-care strategies is to dedicate time to reading more. I haven’t read one book in 2021 so far which I suppose tells you how well I’m taking care of myself (I’m working on it!) Often times I’ll find a new series on Netflix and NOT want to watch it because I know it’s based on a book and, let’s face it, the book is always better! I love watching adaptations of books but I prefer reading the story first if I can. I don’t think there are many times that I’ll di...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Stephen King, Netflix, Katherine Heigl, Whoopi Goldberg, Frugality, Grey, Alexander Skarsgard, Chris Klein, Giveaways and Reviews

Exclusive: Grey Hires CCO to Lead Pharma Business

Seeking to build on a series of account wins, Grey has hired Tim Jones as a chief creative to lead its global pharmaceutical advertising practice. Grey has hired Jones as CCO, pharma, tasking him with leading creative for the global pharmaceutical practice. Last year saw the addition of new clients including GSK, Lilly and Pfizer,...
Tags: Advertising, Health and Wellness, Jones, Grey, Tim Jones, Leadership & Talent, Grey Hires CCO, GSK Lilly

What’s fueling hydrogen tech?

Hydrogen — the magical gas that Jules Verne predicted in 1874 would one day be used as fuel — has long struggled to get the attention it deserves. Discovered 400 years ago, its trajectory has seen it mostly mired in obscurity, punctuated by a few explosive moments, but never really fulfilling its potential. Now in 2021, the world may be ready for hydrogen. This gas is capturing the attention of governments and private sector players, fueled by new tech, global green energy legislation, post-pand...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Europe, California, France, Tech, Eu, Automotive, Bill Gates, Sergey Brin, UC Davis, Hydrogen, Shell, Grey, Hydrogen Fuel Cell, Europe Asia

Will Packer Productions Teams With Felicia Pride for Track & Field Romantic Drama ‘Like It’s the Last’

Will Packer Productions (WPP) and writer Felicia Pride are teaming up for a new romantic drama, set in the world of collegiate track and field. The project, titled “Like It’s the Last,” comes from an original idea from Pride (known for her work on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” OWN’s “Queen Sugar” and the upcoming “Really Love”), […]
Tags: News, Abc, WPP, Grey, Queen Sugar, Will Packer Productions, Felicia Pride

Costume Designers Guild to Honor Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers

Television producers Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers will be honored for their wardrobe efforts on hit TV shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Bridgerton” at Tuesday's Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Tags: Shonda Rhimes, Grey, Betsy Beers, Costume Designers Guild, Shonda Rhimes Betsy Beers

Fifty Shades Writer E.L. James Has 'Cordially' Invited Fans To Check Out Her Next Big Christian Grey Release

Fifty Shades of Grey writer E.L. James is great with the tease.
Tags: Religion, Grey, E L James

‘Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar’ Music Video Has Jamie Dornan Belting Out “Edgar’s Prayer”

If Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar was able to be released safely in theaters, we’re betting it would have become a sleeper comedy hit. Instead, it’s likely the movie is destined to become a cult favorite, gradually finding an audience as more people come around to the delightful goofiness this treasure has to offer. One such piece of pure silliness is Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan hamming it up as he gets his own ballad to sing in a breakout musical moment. Now there’s a whole music...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Jamie Dornan, Star, Kristen Wiig, Grey, Video Clips, Edgar, Barb, Annie Mumolo, Dornan, Vista Del Mar, Lionsgate Films, DVD/Blu-Ray, Josh Greenbaum, Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

Vertx Launches New Shorts Just in Time for Spring

The new Vertx VTX1211 Shorts. IMG Vertx U.S.A. -( Vertx, a leading manufacturer of low-profile tactical apparel and accessories, is excited to announce the launch of the Cutback Short in two different lengths, 11” inseam and 8.5” inseam. Designed with the same features as the Cutback Pant including 37.5 Active Particle Technology, the shorts are ideally suited for missions in warmer weather. Both lengths are now available online at and in-store. Customers can find their...
Tags: Guns, Gear, Grey, Berkshire Hathaway Company, Vertx, Denny Bogard, Cutback Shorts

Doja Cat and SZA’s Trippy Video for ‘Kiss Me More’ Sends Alex Landi From ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ on a Dangerous Odyssey

It’s not often that you’ve got Homer’s Odyssey and “Grey’s Anatomy” combined for the theme of a music video, but it happens in the clip for “Kiss Me More,” the new collaborative single from Doja Cat and SZA. The song, crafted by Travis Scott collaborator Roger TK and Doja’s team of Yeti Beats, TK and of course […]
Tags: News, Grey, Travis Scott, SZA, Doja Cat, Doja, Alex Landi, Roger TK, Yeti Beats TK

Allbirds' Wool Runners are still the most comfortable sneakers out there - even after wearing the same pair for over 3 years

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Allbirds/Instagram Popular shoe startup Allbirds is best known for its Wool Runner ($95) that was launched in 2016. The sneaker is lightweight, breathable, machine washable, and sustainably made. Learn why they're still some of our favorite sneakers after more than three years of wear. Women's Wool Runners (small) Men's Wool Runners (small) Allbirds is one of the hottest footwear brands i...
Tags: Reviews, San Francisco, Trends, Features, New Zealand, Women's Shoes, Silicon Valley, Tim Brown, Sneakers, Grey, Allbirds, Joey Zwillinger, Mens Shoes, Amir Ismael, Style (Reviews, Product Card

Nick Offerman Joins Hulu’s Pam & Tommy Limited Series

Nick Offerman joins Hulu’s Pam & Tommy limited series According to The Wrap, Parks and Recreation alum Nick Offerman has officially signed on to star in Hulu’s newest limited series Pam & Tommy, centered around the relationship of rocker Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson during the 90s. This marks Offerman’s latest TV project after starring in FX on Hulu’s sci-fi thriller miniseries Devs which debuted last year. The 50-year-old comedic actor will be playing the role of Uncle Miltie, who is a leg...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Margaret Atwood, Hulu, Spielberg, Grey, Motley Crue, Tommy Lee, Pamela Anderson, Rogen, Stan, Goldberg

Grey Launches a Global Campaign for Volvo Cars on the Biggest Safety Challenge We’ve Ever Faced

has created the Ultimate Safety Test campaign for Volvo Cars . After leading the industry in automotive safety for decades, Volvo Cars is now broadening its focus to make sure sustainability becomes as ingrained in the company culture as safety always has been. The global campaign, which covers TV, online video, social, digital, OOH and radio and print, is part of wider integrated and marketing efforts from Volvo Cars that reflect the company’s commitment to climate neutrality and el...
Tags: Europe, UK, Advertising, Automotive, Volvo, Arctic Circle, Grey, Bjorn, Volvo Cars, Ivan Zachariáš, Javier Campopiano, Mike Johnstone, Global Campaign for Volvo Cars, Central Marketing Brand

Volvo: The Ultimate Safety Test

Grey has created the Ultimate Safety Test campaign for Volvo Cars. After leading the industry in automotive safety for decades, Volvo Cars is now broadening its focus to make sure sustainability becomes as ingrained in the company culture as safety always has been.
Tags: Advertising, Volvo, Grey, Volvo Cars

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Casts Robert I. Mesa as First Indigenous Doctor on the Show (EXCLUSIVE)

Robert I. Mesa, who made his debut on “Grey’s Anatomy” in the third episode of this season, playing intern James Chee, has been bumped up to be a recurring cast member on the ABC medical drama. Chee is the first indigenous doctor on “Grey’s Anatomy” in its 17 seasons, and he will next appear in […]
Tags: News, Abc, Grey, Grey s Anatomy, Chee, Robert I Mesa, James Chee

Student-Volunteers Show Big Love to Lafayette Community

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Grey-shirted Ragin’ Cajuns fanned through campus and neighborhoods surrounding the University of Louisiana at Lafayette last Saturday for a “big” day of community service.
Tags: Lafayette, Grey, La AP, University of Louisiana, Lafayette Community

Tesla is on a collision course with Germany's biggest union and neither side is likely to back down

Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory will be the cornerstone of its European strategy. Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images Tesla is building a giant plant in Germany, but it hasn't yet made nice with the mighty auto union there. IG Metall will likely make life difficult for Tesla, which hasn't agreed to the industry's collective wage agreements. A battle with the union could threaten Tesla's ambitious plans for the European market. See more stories on Insider's business page....
Tags: Amazon, Elon Musk, Germany, Berlin, US, Trends, Tesla, National Labor Relations Board, Musk, Verdi, Grey, American University, Gigafactory, Wheaton, Otto, Silvia

Lexie's Grey's Anatomy Return Was CGI and We Can't Get Over It

Chyler Leigh couldn't leave Vancouver due to the pandemic, so Lexie reappeared on Grey's Anatomy via greenscreen. And we cried anyway!
Tags: Vancouver, Grey, Chyler Leigh, Lexie

29 thoughtful cookbook gifts for any occasion

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider To me, there's no better gift to give or receive than a great cookbook. A cookbook with beautiful photos, thoughtful narratives, and foolproof recipes can feed the imagination, transport your giftee to another city or country, and inspire them to get creative in the kitchen. There are cookbooks out there to suit every type of cook, whether novice or expert, and feed a...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends, Turkey

'Grey's Anatomy' brings back two more old characters

Two beloved characters were brought back on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" from the show's past on Thursday night.
Tags: Anatomy, Abc, Cnn, Grey

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Surprise Returning Star On Touching Reunion & More

SPOILER ALERT: The story includes details about the April 1 episode of Grey’s Anatomy. After a string of intense and heavy episodes...
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10 Easy Pieces: High Chairs

Last month, in the blink of an eye, my newborn baby was suddenly six months old. There were vegetables to purée, bibs to buy, and of course, a high chair as well. We ended up going with the Tripp Trapp, because everyone goes for the Tripp Trapp and my cousin passed down a few of its accessories already so it seemed like the sensible option. While it is shockingly practical, adapting through your child’s growth stages with ease, it isn’t the only option out there. As you’ll see, it’s on our list ...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Furniture, Chairs, Grey, Nanna Ditzel, Tripp Trapp, Stokke, Lalo, 10 Easy Pieces, Dining Chairs, Children's Furniture, MICUNA, Carl Hansen Søn, Product Discoveries, White Satin

Facebook puts $750 million media account into review: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Review from the top Facebook’s $750 million global media account is now up for review. WPP has the account now, split between Mindshare and Dentsu. “Mindshare holds the majority of the account and is expected to defend,” write Ad Age’s E.J. Schultz and Garett Sloane. “All majo...
Tags: Facebook, Lyft, John Lewis, Minneapolis, Mahershala Ali, Advertising, Atlanta, Georgia, Conservative, Joe Biden, New York Times, Delta, Raphael, Naacp, Black Lives Matter, Black

Exploring the universe through a piece of A4 paper

This amazing video by CGP Grey starts off as a seeming ode to the metric dimensional wonders of A4 paper and all of the larger and smaller A-size papers that can be made by simply folding (or unfolding) a sheet. But, then things get seriously mind-expanding as they keep folding and folding that sheet of A4, down to the quantum level and beyond, and then back to the A4, and unfolding it out beyond the known universe. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Grey, Metric, A4, The Universe, Scale Comparisons

Grey's Anatomy: the TV show that has always been there for me

Shonda Rhimes’s long-running medical drama is not exactly uplifting. But through grief, upheaval and despair, it has been the one thing I can always count onThere’s a song that I listen to every time I begin to feel the tendrils of sadness take a grip. For nearly 15 years, this song – Grace, by the Norwegian singer Kate Havnevik – has soundtracked every desperate and devastating moment in my life. It’s a little self-indulgent gift I give myself when I need to be enveloped by despair.However, if ...
Tags: Health, Television, Shonda Rhimes, Drama, Abc, Disney, US, Society, Mental Health, Culture, Television & radio, Seattle, Meredith, Grey, Derek, Patrick Dempsey

Chyler Leigh returning to 'Grey's Anatomy' as Lexie Grey

Lexie Grey is the latest character to visit Meredith on the beach in 'Grey's Anatomy.'
Tags: Meredith, Grey, Leigh, Lexie Grey

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Sets Chyler Leigh Return As Lexie Grey

EXCLUSIVE: Two weeks after the death of Andrew DeLuca, ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy is preparing for the return of another beloved Grey Sloan...
Tags: Abc, Grey, Leigh, Andrew DeLuca, Lexie Grey

‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Station 19’ Showrunner Krista Vernoff Renews Overall Deal With ABC Signature

Krista Vernoff has renewed her multi-year overall deal at ABC Signature. Vernoff will continue to serve as president of Trip the Light Productions, with Alexandre Schmitt serving as president of production and development. In addition, Kasha Foster has been named Trip the Light’s director of diversity, equity, and inclusion. In this role she will work […]
Tags: News, Grey, Krista Vernoff, ABC Signature, Alexandre Schmitt, ABC Signature Vernoff, Kasha Foster

Spielberg’s Loose Autobiopic Adds Seth Rogen as Favorite Uncle

Spielberg’s loose autobiopic adds Seth Rogen as favorite uncle On the heels of closing a deal with Michelle Williams to star as a figure inspired by the filmmaker’s mom, Steven Spielberg’s loose autobiography has continued to expand its roster with the addition of Golden Globe nominee Seth Rogen (An American Pickle), according to Deadline. The 38-year-old star has signed on to portray a character inspired by Spielberg’s favorite uncle from his childhood growing up in Arizona. RELATED: Spiel...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Disney, US, Tom Hanks, Canada, Arizona, Oscar, Stanley Kubrick, Seth Rogen, Robert Zemeckis, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Francois Truffaut, Grey

Lauren Beatty Might Be a Wolf in Trailer for 'Bloodthirsty' Horror Film

"There's nothing that you have to hide from me." Brainstorm Media has released the first official trailer for Bloodthirsty, an indie horror film from filmmaker Amelia Moses bringing us her second feature after Bleed With Me. This originally premiered at Fantastic Fest and the Telluride Horror Show last year. This fresh new take on werewolves involves an indie singer who is having visions that she is a wolf. When Grey gets an invitation to work with notorious music producer Vaughn Daniels at ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Grey, Lowell, Michael Ironside, To Watch, Greg Bryk, Fantastic Fest, Wendy Hill, Brainstorm Media, Amelia Moses, Lauren Beatty, Vaughn Daniels