Fans have debated Star Wars v. Star Trek for decades, and now Uber Eats has brought in legends from each of those franchises to face off on an entirely different debate for a new ad campaign.
It’s Hamill v. Stewart for Uber Eats
The first commercial comes in a 30-second and 45-second version (as seen below) and features Star Wars star Mark Hamill and Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Picard star Sir Patrick Stewart engaging in an age old debate, but not the one you might think.
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Kazakhstan, the home country of the fictional Borat Sagdiyev, has adopted the brash, moustachioed characters catchphrase Very nice! for a new tourism campaign.
In the recently released Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the fictional journalist depicts his homeland as misogynistic, homophobic and anti-Semitic as he does in the original, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. In the first iteration Borat, played by Sacha Baron Cohen, worried that he would be…
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By Ian YoungsEntertainment & arts reporter
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After tours, festivals and support slots with Paul Weller and Blossoms were wiped off their summer schedule, rising indie band The Lathums raised their spirits by playing their first gig since March alongside clowns in a circus ring.
That’s what The Lathums frontman Alex Moore says was meant to have happened for his band this year.
After finishing a sold-out tour in February, the Wigan group were supposed to be…
Victoria Derbyshire: ‘I’ll break the rule of six if it applies at Christmas’ – BBC News
The BBC presenter says she will break Covid rules so her family of seven can celebrate Christmas.
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Victoria Derbyshire has said she would break the rule of six to enable her family to celebrate Christmas.
The BBC presenter said her family of seven knew the risks and would be “sensible” and buy a thermometer gun.
She told the Radio Times she felt irresponsible for considering it, but thought many others felt the same way.
Derbyshire has a family of four plus her mum, her mum’s partner and her husband’s dad. It is not clear if the rule of six will apply at Christmas.
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