Articles Tagged 'Super Bowl'

2015 Winter TCA Tour – Day 6

WATCH: James Corden and Friends Act Out Sports Movie Scenes

James Corden hosted a post-Super Bowl installment of The Late Late Show.  A bunch of movie trailers rolled out during the big event, but Corden reminded us the day is a celebration of sports (and Sir Elton John, of course). He pointed out that he didn’t actually play sports growing up and pulls his sporting memories from movies. […]


WATCH: Movie Trailers Released During Super Bowl

If you’re a fan of American football, you may have been hunkered down in front of the TV on Super Bowl Sunday (February 7) and seen the new trailers for upcoming releases in real-time. Even if that’s the case, it doesn’t hurt to have them all in one spot. And, if you had other plans yesterday, then today is […]

25th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards – Arrivals

WATCH: Helen Mirren Scolds Drunk Drivers in Super Bowl Ad

Budweiser was smart to recruit Dame Helen Mirren to have a chat with people planning to partake in Super Bowl festivities (February 7), because she doesn’t mince words. Mirren is very self-aware when introducing herself, saying in the below commercial, “Hello. I’m Helen Mirren. A notoriously frank and uncensored British lady.” She is completely dumbfounded […]

High Five, How I Met Your Mother

5 Ways Americans Celebrate That British People Find Awkward

With Super Bowl XLVIII coming up, it’s a good time for some pointers about how Americans celebrate with friends (and strangers) at sports events—and at almost any other occasion when something good or positive has happened. Of course, the British cliché is that the traditional response to a goal, a wicket, a try, a point, […]

Super Bowl Photo, 460×300

How to Enjoy the Super Bowl When You Know Nothing About Football

I need to confess something: up until a few years ago, I thought it was called the “Super Ball” and had something to do with that other popular American sport — the one with the leather gloves and players who wear pajamas. Eventually, I discovered its true meaning — plus the correct spelling and pronunciation. […]