Displaying results 1 - 25 of 439 for copyright. Subscribe to this search
July 21st-July 28th
June 14th-July 22nd
I’ve said it before, there’s nothing cooler than apes in comics. Comic book publishers know it, readers know it, and even Hollywood has jumped on the ape bandwagon again (see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.) Since Edgar Rice Burroughs first planted poor baby Greystoke in the middle of the Mangani (great apes) tribe off the coast of Africa, spectacular simians have been a huge part of our pop culture heritage; and at the recent Phoenix Comicon I happened to come across one of the most awesome ape adventures of all.
June 7th-July 15th
It would be easy to go full-geek and rip into the new X-movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past, for straying so significantly from its source material; but this “Xemplary” film is so much fun that I’m forced to forgive its many offenses. This movie is a first-rate super-drama and an optic blast of eye-candy (not to mention it is also fantastically funny.)
Question: I got a notice of copyright infringement via Fedex from a company called Masterfile for an image that I have posted on my website. They want $2,500 as compensation; is this a scam or should I take this seriously? — Anonymous
In this photo provided by Pheromonedesign.com, "3 Snakes" by Christopher Marley incorporates elements of nature into contemporary art pieces. A single creature like a snake becomes an intriguing herpetological sculpture. (AP Photo/Copyright Pheromonedesign.com)
This photo provided by Pheromonedesign.com shows "Limited Aesthetica Prism" by artist Christopher Marley, who turns elements of nature into contemporary art pieces. Marley arranges masses of insects like these butterflies and tropical beetles to create a gorgeous and dramatic kaleidoscope. (AP Photo/Copyright Pheromonedesign.com)
Early on I was afraid for this film – with every announcement of another character being added to the movie’s mix becoming another potentially convoluted dramatic layer – and sure enough, at 142 minutes, director Marc Webb has created a film that oozes superfluous storylines like a leaky web cartridge. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 still offers some spectacular action sequences, but its out-of-control narrative is far from being superior to the first film.
A pristine calcite shield hangs tantalizingly close to the visitors in Arizona's Kartchner Caverns State Park. Photo copyright Arizona State Parks. [PRNewsFoto/Arizona State Parks]
One of the many surprises in Wes Anderson's rich, layered and quirkily entertaining new film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," is the emergence of a new comic actor, one with impeccable timing and just the right mix of gravitas and utter zaniness.
She was the biggest of child stars. She was the top U.S. box-office draw from 1935 to 1938, bigger than Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Gary Cooper or Joan Crawford. She kept children singing "On the Good Ship Lollipop" for generations, retired from acting at age 21 and went on to a diplomatic career. Here's a look at the life of Shirley Temple, who died Monday at age 85:
LOS ANGELES — It was a caffeine-charged Hollywood whodunit: Just whose bright idea was the "Dumb Starbucks" coffee shop that popped up and started serving free drinks from the corner of an otherwise uncelebrated strip mall?
Many adults complain that today’s youth is dominated by video games and iPads. But no matter how advanced technology becomes, Lego will always be there to provide the building blocks for good, old-fashion fun. Every Lego box is a treasure chest of infinite possibilities, allowing us to construct castles, cars, and entire cities. Lego has fueled our imaginations ever since 1949. Sixty-five years and 560 billion Lego pieces later, we get “The Lego Movie.”
“To all the victims of human trafficking out there: We have not forgotten you. To the criminal traffickers, say: Your days are numbered.”
This photo provided by .MGX by Materialise shows a Fractal.MGX coffee table by WertelOberfell, made from a brown epoxy resin from the design division of Belgium-based 3-D printing company, Materialise. It was designed after the growth patterns of trees, whose stems grow into smaller branches until becoming very dense toward the top. A novelty once reserved for science-fiction, 3-D printing has gone mainstream in home decor thanks to cheaper, more accessible technology. (AP Photo/.MGX by Materialise, Copyright StéphaneBriolantParis)
This photo provided by courtesy of the Martha Stewart Halloween special issue shows a parrot costume, worn with a feathery boa and colored feathers and a yellow paper beak attached to cheap, plastic glasses. See the special issue "Martha Stewart Halloween" for more details. With supplies on hand and minor purchases, a Halloween costume can be assembled in a snap. (AP Photo/Copyright 2013 Martha Stewart Halloween Special Issue, Bryan Gardner) **MANDATORY CREDIT**
This photo provided by courtesy of the Martha Stewart Halloween special issue shows a snake charmer/Medusa costume with elaborate lashes, green snake-eye contacts and temporary lip tattoos. See the special issue "Martha Stewart Halloween" for more details. With supplies on hand and help from Hollywood-inspired special effects, a Halloween costume can be assembled in a snap. (AP Photo/Copyright 2013 Martha Stewart Halloween Special Issue, Glenn Glasser) **MANDATORY CREDIT**
This photo provided by courtesy of the Martha Stewart Halloween special issue shows a Zombie costume, with makeup, including white greasepaint, and 3D scars combined to create a convincing zombie look. See the special issue "Martha Stewart Halloween" for more details. With supplies on hand and help from Hollywood-inspired special effects, a Halloween costume can be assembled in a snap. (AP Photo/Copyright 2013 Martha Stewart Halloween Special Issue, Glenn Glasser) **MANDATORY CREDIT**