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On 18 March 2020, Israeli actress Gal Gadot posted a video on Instagram of her, and a supergroup of celebrity friends, singing a rendition of the song "Imagine" by John Lennon, which intended to raise morale in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]




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Shelley Duvall's It's A Bird's LifeBehold, the winner for the most bizarre celebrity tie-in fora game. You probably remember Shelley Duvall as the terrorized wife of JackNicholson in The Shining. This 3DOtitle is a lot like that, only it has fewer blood-filled elevators andmore Shelley Duvall narrating a children's book.


Amazon Rekognition Video celebrity recognition in stored videos is an asynchronous operation. To recognize celebrities in a stored video, use StartCelebrityRecognition to start video analysis. Amazon Rekognition Video publishes the completion status of the video analysis to an Amazon Simple Notification Service topic. If the video analysis is succesful, call GetCelebrityRecognition. to get the analysis results. For more information about starting video analysis and getting the results, see Calling Amazon Rekognition Video operations.


This procedure expands on the code in Analyzing a video stored in an Amazon S3 bucket with Java or Python (SDK), which uses an Amazon SQS queue to get the completion status of a video analysis request. To run this procedure, you need a video file that contains one or more celebrity faces.


Celebrity endorsements are a longstanding phenomenon in gaming. Many famous faces have made cameo appearances in titles or lent their likeness to advertising campaigns. However, here we are looking at games that have celebrities' names right in the title. From long-standing franchises to one-off titles, the range of available celebrity endorsed games is huge.


Recent trends for mobile gaming have vastly increased the number of celebrity name-bearing freemium titles available on app stores but we are looking at games from a wider range of platforms. Read on as we take a look at some of the very and worst celebrity endorsed games.


This well-known racing franchise from Codemasters boasts the name of World Rally Championship driver Colin McRae, who provided the development team with extensive technical support throughout its creation. As is often the case when a celebrity expert is actually involved in the game's creation, the series has had great success.


This celebrity-endorsed Stuff Pack for The Sims 3 could just as easily be placed on the worst list, due to its tendency to split people into lovers or haters, but it remains here due to the fact that it retains a huge cult following amongst Simmers to this day.


This game is proof that sometimes a celebrity can sell almost anything. Despite being a fairly average at best, freemium mobile game with a retro style and plenty of microtransactions, this title's score on Google Play sits at 4.7/5 and at 4.9/5 on the App Store.


This celebrity collaboration encompasses everything you shouldn't do in a collaboration. It should have been fantastic. Britney Spears was at the height of her fame and dance games were hugely popular. The pairing was a no brainer. Sadly the game was the same.


Walmart and Eko's introduction of more shoppable videos at the Walmart Cookshop hub indicates the retailer saw positive results from its interactive programming. The companies launched the shoppable video hub in November with plans to premiere 17 episodes by the end of 2020, Progressive Grocer reported. The launch included the shows starring celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and singer Patti Labelle, along with blogger Ree Drummond in "Set the Table with The Pioneer Woman."


Last year, Cameo raised $100 million from investors including Amazon, Google and UTA, giving the company a valuation of just over $1 billion. In October, Cameo made its first acquisition: Represent, an L.A.-based marketing and merchandising platform that develops and operates direct-to-fan ecommerce sites for celebrity clients.


This week, Facebook's NPE or 'New Product Experimentation' team appears to have launched a new, live test of its coming 'Super' app, which is its challenger for Cameo, the app through which you can pay for celebrity shout-outs within video chats.


Right now, these are just basic, short examples of video interviews, hosted on YouTube, so it seems like this is mostly a demo site for how the system will work. But eventually, the idea will be that Super facilitates high-profile interviews and interactions, while also providing celebrity video messages, along similar lines to the Cameo approach.


With this many fabulous celebrity cameos in one music video, how can anyone be expected to calm the hell down, Miss Taylor Swift? In the visual for the second single from the singer's seventh studio album Lover, Swift welcomed a score of LGBTQIA+ stars (plus a few allies) into her growing canon of music video greatness. From former frenemy Katy Perry's surprise cameo to appearances by Ellen DeGeneres and Ryan Reynolds to Billy Porter, Laverne Cox, the Queer Eye cast, and a score of RuPaul's Drag Race queens (including Mama Ru), keep up with every celebrity guest spot from the "You Need to Calm Down" video in the gallery ahead. 041b061a72


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