iCIMS, Inc., the market-leading cloud recruiting platform provider, is proud to present the inaugural INSPIRE 2020, a virtual experience with a powerhouse lineup of speakers to take place November 17 to 18.The conference connects thousands of talent innovators around the world and welcomes business executives, human resources and talent professionals, technology leaders, industry analysts, and iCIMS partners to join the conversation.INSPIRE 2020 will facilitate discussions on accelerated global digital transformation, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, the strategic role talent plays in business success, and major trends on how work will change in 2021 and beyond.The conference convenes a lineup of prominent speakers across entertainment, sports, and business that will inspire employers to collaborate, reflect, and raise the bar in navigating the new future of work.The agenda includes:A conversation with writer, producer and comedian Mindy Kaling and Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show and comedian who frequently speaks out on diversity issues.Kaling and Noah have both committed their careers to creating more diversity in showbiz and the global workforce.Through the lens of their personal experiences, they will discuss fundamental issues of diversity and inclusivity.Presentations from talent and technology leaders at Cedar Fair, SAS Institute, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, OHL, Enterprise Holdings and other prominent employers that discuss the strategic role that talent plays in powering their business and how they attract, engage, hire and advance talent within their organizations.Sessions on AI/ML and automation in HR, data-driven hiring insights and analytics to fuel talent transformation and business success, as well as the most prevalent topics and challenges that are keeping business leaders up at night.A deep dive into the iCIMS roadmap for executives and leaders looking to supercharge their business, unite with likeminded leaders on the way we work and collaborate, and advance their talent acquisition strategies.The introduction of new partnerships and products that empower employers to build their winning workforce.“Employers everywhere are experiencing an accelerated future of work, surrounded by change and transformation, but what remains is our universal need to build our organizations with the best talent,” said Steve Lucas, CEO of iCIMS.
Although Elba has been in the minds of the present creators of the legendary franchise and is expected to don the suit once Daniel Craig steps down after No time to Die, Elba has now reportedly decided to set foot in a completely different spy world.Elba will be starring and producing the film, which has been described as a “spy movie with romance” and is set in Africa.The central theme of the story is espionage, and the title has not yet been decided, but it has been confirmed that Simon Kinberg is all set to wear the producer’s hat.Sources: https://directory-legit.com/blog/idris-elba-to-star-in-a-new-untitled-spy-film/Apple has thrown in some cash and has bought the rights of the film with Idris Elba set to be the main star.The screenplay of the show is being written by Travon Free, who is known as the writer of the show titled The Daily Show.The plot is set in Africa and has some elements of a heartful love story.Simon Kinberg already has some vivid experience from the spy genre after having worked in his very first film as a screenwriter titled Mr and Mrs Smith.Mr and Mrs Smith starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in the leading roles.According to a deal signed in July between Apple and Elba’s Green Door pictures, Elba will be producing the spy film.Idris Elba is also gearing up for the release of his DC franchise film The Suicide Squad which is written and directed by James Gunn of The Guardians of the Galaxy fame.He is expected to talk about the much anticipated first look, and development of The Suicide Squad, the first installment of which was released way back in 2016 starring Will Smith.
And with an increase of and more channels of cable news on television, an individual media history can get chewed up and fed to people hour after time without any type of interesting or informative commentary.ข่าวสดFor many who are enthusiastic about a more amusing look at their everyday news on tv, there are now more options than previously, as a result of the rising recognition of these kind of applications and the fact high reviews for classics like "The Everyday Display" leading to more and more networks seriously seeking their own piece of the pie.In terms of classic programming goes, nothing comes close to "The Daily Show," where long-suffering Jon Stewart, who before was just an actor in several comedies and dramas, somehow managed to convert herself to the style of a generation known more due to their sarcasm but who somehow have the ability to be on point as well.The format of "The Day-to-day Display" is the silver common for "artificial information" shows on satellite tv.You have a somewhat official-looking collection that delivers in your thoughts the different formal news stores, just you have a completely different and often amusing look at daily events.The real charm of something like "The Day-to-day Display" and the reason why so it controls to stay on the air period following time is that there's nothing funnier--or more upsetting--than the current state of things.Due to the success of "The Everyday Display" on Comedy Key, the network presented its spin-off, proper in time with the growing surge in programs with furious celebrities that are supposed to be providing information on other satellite tv channels, but who frequently just invest their time shouting and spouting down their own ideas.
The Florida Man meme is well-known, poking fun at bizarre crimes ("Florida man arrested for fried-chicken attack on his girlfriend") and happenings ("Florida man caught on camera licking doorbell") from the Sunshine State.There's even a birthday challenge that lets you can claim your own weird Florida happening by searching "Florida Man" and your birthday.Now that President Donald Trump, a lifelong New Yorker, has changed his primary residence from New York to Florida, he's also become a Florida Man.And late-night talk show The Daily Show has created a browser extension that changes the president's name to "Florida Man," leading to some pretty quirky headlines.The browser extension, available for Chrome and Firefox at MakeTrumpFloridaMan.com, does exactly as promised, meaning a CBS News story on Trump's state change becomes "Lifelong New Yorker Florida Man moving primary residence to Florida," and turning its lead sentence into, "Florida Man has changed his primary residence from Florida Man Tower in New York City to Mar-a-Lago in Florida."It also works for Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., meaning a story about him becomes "Florida Man Jr. says there are very few people his dad can fully trust."
The latest film set in J.K. Rowling’s literary landscape will take place in Brazil – and revolve around a character we barely got a glimpse of in part two.Deadline reports that Fantastic Beasts 3, to be directed by Harry Potter veteran David Yates (who also helmed the previous two Fantastic Beasts films) and co-written by Rowling and Potter regular Steve Kloves, will begin filming in spring 2020.Notably, this will be the first Fantastic Beasts entry where Rowling has shared scriptwriting duties.While the cast that starred in 2016's entertaining Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and 2018's deflating Crimes of Grindelwald will be back – Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Johnny Depp (sigh), Ezra Miller, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, and Katherine Waterston – the story will have an elevated role for Jessica Williams (Booksmart, The Daily Show), who plays “Professor Eulalie ‘Lally’ Hicks, a teacher at Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the American equivalent of Hogwarts.”So how does an American teacher find her way to Brazil, considering Deadline lets us know that the film will be set in Rio de Janeiro?Presumably, magic has a lot to do with it; here’s hoping Rowling’s history of fumbling around when it comes to depicting other cultures won’t repeat itself here.
From the start of Netflix black comedy Living With Yourself, streaming now, you know you're in for some weird, funny Rudd.Once an award-winning "branding bard," he now misses meetings and deadlines and has dark circles under his eyes and dribbles of toothpaste on his dark shirts.Thus, we get New Miles, who's bursting with creative inspiration and has smoother skin, better hair and more colorful shirts than Original Miles.But at its core, the thoroughly enjoyable Living With Yourself -- created by Timothy Greenberg, an Emmy-winning former producer of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart -- is about the ways we battle ourselves.It's about the voices in our heads telling us we're not good enough or smart enough or attractive enough or lovable enough, and an exploration of what enough really is anyway.Thing is, while the schlocky scientists who perform the treatment usually kill off the person who's been cloned, they don't succeed this time.
From the start of Netflix black comedy Living With Yourself, which streams on Oct. 18, you know you're in for some weird, funny Rudd.Once an award-winning "branding bard," he now misses meetings and deadlines and has dark circles under his eyes and dribbles of toothpaste on his dark shirts.Thus, we get New Miles, who's bursting with creative inspiration and has smoother skin, better hair and more colorful shirts than Original Miles.But at its core, the thoroughly enjoyable Living With Yourself -- created by Timothy Greenberg, an Emmy-winning former producer of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart -- is about the ways we battle ourselves.It's about the voices in our heads telling us we're not good enough or smart enough or attractive enough or lovable enough, and an exploration of what enough really is anyway.Thing is, while the schlocky scientists who perform the treatment usually kill off the person who's been cloned, they don't succeed this time.
Review: Part Black Mirror and part rom-com, the series stars Rudd as a guy who gets replaced by a better version of himself.Paul Rudd claws his way out of a shallow grave in the forest, wearing only plastic wrap and a diaper.Once an award-winning "branding bard," he now misses meetings and deadlines and has dark circles under his eyes and dribbles of toothpaste on his dark shirts.Thus, we get New Miles, who's bursting with creative inspiration and has smoother skin, better hair and more colorful shirts than Original Miles.But at its core, the thoroughly enjoyable Living With Yourself -- created by Timothy Greenberg, an Emmy-winning former producer of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart -- is about the ways we battle ourselves.It's about the voices in our heads telling us we're not good enough or smart enough or attractive enough or lovable enough, and an exploration of what enough really is anyway.
We’ve known Paul Rudd was going to play a guy forced to face off with himself for over a year, but the first trailer for Netflix series Living With Yourself is finally here – and it looks like the existential black comedy void that’s been gaping within us since we finished Russian Doll is finally going to be filled.The set-up for Living With Yourself – which was created and written by Daily Show alum Timothy Greenberg, and directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Little Miss Sunshine) – is made perfectly clear in the new trailer, which just arrived today.Rudd plays Miles, a guy who’s having a rough time at work, at home, and just in general, so he takes himself to an unusual sort of health spa that promises to transform him into a new, improved version of himself.But of course, there’s a complication: The old, crappier version of Miles still exists, and he’s furious about being replaced.How will they solve the problem of Two Miles, One Life?And how will this show convince us that too many clones of Paul Rudd is actually a bad thing?
Noah spoke today about technology, education, gaming, VR, and his foundation that helps children in the U.S. and South Africa.But it was Noah’s advice to tech leaders that arguably stood out the most onstage at Pluralsight Live in Salt Lake City, Utah.Tech companies today are seeing an unprecedented backlash from governments, advocacy groups, and consumers.Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard asked onstage, “What advice would you have for all the tech leaders here about our responsibility?” Trevor Noah responded:I think one of the biggest things, tech leaders really, really, really need to reckon with is a responsible, rolling out, or a responsible acknowledgement of the power of technology.And so, I look at all of them, the Jack Dorseys, the Mark Zuckerbegs, etc.
Living at a time when there are so many amazing TV shows and films available on demand means it's easy to overlook a lot of phenomenal ones.That was the case for me with The Detour on TBS, which stars Jason Jones as dad Nate Parker.Close friends told me I'd love the show, but it wasn't until it popped onto Hulu that I finally got to watch it.The show, created and written by Jones and his wife Samantha Bee, both alums of The Daily Show, follows the Parker family on a road trip that over three seasons has turned into a ridiculous global comic adventure with the family overcoming nearly every outrageous obstacle imaginable.Instead, the show puts the Parkers in increasingly compromising and embarrassing situations, like when Nate's kids walk in on a neighbor giving birth just as the baby is crowning.Instead it comes from awkwardness -- a key component of shows like Arrested Development and The Office.
Living at a time when there are so many amazing TV shows and films available on demand means it's easy to overlook a lot of phenomenal ones.That was the case for me with The Detour on TBS, which stars Jason Jones as dad Nate Parker.Close friends told me I'd love the show, but it wasn't until it popped onto Hulu that I finally got to watch it.The show, created and written by Jones and his wife Samantha Bee, both alums of The Daily Show, follows the Parker family on a road trip that over three seasons has turned into a ridiculous global comic adventure with the family overcoming nearly every outrageous obstacle imaginable.On social media, fans embrace The Detour because it's not the typical sanitized family sitcom where every character spews one-liners and clever quips.The Detour doesn't play comedy for shock value.
Two years ago, John Oliver realized that the best way to get a message to President Trump was by purchasing ad time on the cable news shows he watches every day.Now his former employer, The Daily Show, is trying the same targeted approach again this week.As The Daily Show With Trevor Noah brings its Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library to Washington, D.C. this weekend, the program is inviting the president to attend via a 30-second spot that will run locally in the D.C. market during two of Trump’s favorite Fox News programs: morning show Fox & Friends and Hannity, which airs at 9 p.m.In the spot, Daily Show correspondent Desi Lydic reminds Trump that his birthday is coming up—the president turns 73 on Friday—and tells him, “you deserve to celebrate with those you love the most: your tweets.” She later adds, “Come relive some of your most presidential tweets, including ‘covfefe.’”The ad will run locally in D.C. on both Fox News shows through Saturday, Comedy Central said.In addition to paying for the spots to run this week, The Daily Show is making a contribution equivalent to what it spent on the ad buy—an amount the network declined to disclose—to Tarana Burke’s Me Too movement.
The actress Olivia Munn tweeted on Friday that she had invested in Uber in 2011, when it had just $1.8 million in net revenue."To see how much it's grown has been truly remarkable," she wrote.But many people criticized Munn's tweet, particularly in the wake of the Uber drivers' strike.She later deleted the tweet after the backlash.The Hollywood star Olivia Munn — famous for stints on "The Daily Show" and "The Newsroom," as well as movies like "X-Men: Apocalypse" and "Magic Mike" — made a savvy investment in Uber in 2011, the actress revealed in a tweet on Friday.But her tweet, which patted both Uber and herself on the back on its initial-public-offering day, rubbed many people the wrong way, as evidenced by the scorching replies to it.
Not enough people talk about the good the president is doing—like providing abundant comic fodder for a hilarious experiential activation by Comedy Central.The network’s Donald J. Trump Presidential Library was so clever and on point, it landed the Comedy Central the coveted Experiential Brand of the Year honor in our first-ever Adweek Experiential Awards and helped propel Emily Albertson to the Rising Star award.Experiential Brand of the Year:When it comes to experiential marketing, networks have an advantage over other brands: They’ve got entertainment properties with massive fan bases already vying for ways to connect with their favorite shows.But Comedy Central has gone above and beyond the typical network experiential fare, from creating a unique pop-up experience for fans of The Daily Show across multiple cities over the course of three years to bringing to life the world of South Park.For Comedy Central, it comes down to creating something authentic and unique to fit each show’s voice.
There was a time when experiential marketing was a niche category, a simple add-on in a brand’s overall strategy.Experiential activations have become more ambitious than ever—extraordinarily creative, inventive and engaging.With our inaugural Adweek Experiential Awards, we celebrate the talent behind the past year’s most impressive initiatives, and we can’t wait to see what next year brings.X Award, Most Creatively Effective Activation/xG Award, Best Experiential Activation by a Media Brand/The Daily Show Presents: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library
Marvel's hit superhero movie Black Panther won Oscars for best production design, best costume design and best original score at Sunday's 91st Academy Awards.But the award for best Black Panther joke should have gone to The Daily Show host Trevor Noah, who was an Academy Awards presenter.When the South African-born comedian presented best-picture nominee Black Panther, he joked that Wakanda and King T'Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) were real and cherished part of his own childhood memories."Growing up as a young boy in Wakanda, I would see T'Challa flying over our village, and he would remind me of a great Xhosa phrase 'abelungu abazi uba ndiyaxoka,'" Noah said."Which means, 'In times like these, we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart.'"But those who speak the South African language of Xhosa know that what Noah actually said was "white people don't know I'm lying."
Ever since Stephen Colbert left for CBS in 2014, Comedy Central has struggled to find a suitable lead-out program to The Daily Show.After two short-lived efforts, the network is hoping the third time is the charm, signing David Spade to star in a new 11:30 p.m. late-night series.In the new show, Spade will tackle pop culture, but not politics, Comedy Central president Kent Alterman said Monday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif.The series, which doesn’t yet have a name, will debut later this year and include “a rotating group of Spade’s comedian and celebrity friends, while also incorporating field segments that mirror his popular Instagram stories,” the network said in a statement.In his video announcement, Spade said, “We’re going to cover everything: pop culture, whatever’s funny, whatever’s stupid, whatever’s dumb.It’ll be me and my stupid friends.”
Sharp-eyed viewers who watch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah tonight will something familiar during the first commercial break.In partnership with Universal Pictures, the network’s branded content team did a spoof of the upcoming movie, Glass, from director M. Night Shyamalan.The 90-second spot will launch during the first commercial break of the show tonight, and an extended two-minute version will go live across social media platforms.“Partnering with the Daily Show provides advertisers the opportunity to be a part of the cultural conversation and create a meaningful connection with our fans,” said Michelle Zoni, svp, Viacom Velocity and Comedy Central.The latest spot features Daily Show correspondents Roy Wood Jr. (playing Samuel L. Jackson’s character, Elijah Price), Ronny Chieng (playing Bruce Willis’ David Dunn) and Michael Kosta (playing James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb).In the spot, the three are “interviewed” in a scene that mirrors a conversation featured in the trailer between the characters and actress Sarah Paulson.
Comedy Central made news seven years ago when it gave the heave-ho to its iconic tower logo, replacing it with something so minimal people wondered if it could possibly be right.Far from the scrappy upstart it had been in 1991 when it aired low-budget clip shows like Short Attention Span Theater, Comedy Central’s lineup boasted big-league programs like Tosh.0, South Park and The Daily Show.Because not only has the network kept adding headliners—Corporate, The Jim Jeffries Show—but this social media thing really did turn into a big deal, morphing into bona fide video-distribution platforms.It’s why the network recently went back to the drawing board to overhaul its visual identity, debuting not just a new logo, but a propriety typeface, a signature color palette and new standards for how these assets can be used on screens big and small.As Comedy Central has grown and diversified across multiple media platforms, the branding had lost some of its old consistency, mandating not just fresh visual treatments, but guidelines for how to use them consistently.“Since 2011, we’ve learned so much from the different platforms, and we wanted to use this as an opportunity to take all that information and apply it,” said evp of marketing and creative Josh Line.
The Third Annual Shorty Social Good Awards—which highlight the best marketing campaigns in support of causes—were handed out Thursday night at Current in New York.The event was hosted by Dulcé Sloan, the newest full-time correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.A new Impact Award debuted this year, and the initial honoree is Jackie Cruz, one of the stars of Netlix’s Orange Is the New Black.The Shorty Awards cited her work with The Justice League NYC, a subsection of charity The Gathering for Justice, which worked on projects including the Women’s March, the NYPD12, TakeAKnee and the water crisis in Flint, Mich.A Shorty Awards spokesperson said, “Jackie’s voice has rapidly grown to become a powerful tool to in her fight to help and empower women, members of the LGBTQ+ community and people of color, addressing issues like immigration reform, payment inequalities, criminal justice reform and diversity in casting, to name a few.”Gregory Galant, co-founder of the Shorty Awards and CEO of MuckRack, added, “This year, we received a record number of entries from brands, agencies and nonprofits.
After canceling two late-night-themed shows in August—The Break With Michelle Wolf and The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale—Netflix is ready to take another stab at the genre.On Oct. 28, it will debut Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj, a weekly comedy show hosted by former Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj.In a new promo for the series, Minhaj pokes fun at his post-Daily Show career, the logline for his new show and government surveillance.The spot opens as Minhaj is texting with his dad, who asks him if he needs money “because you got fired from the Daily Show.” Minhaj says he didn’t get fired, but his dad doesn’t believe him.The promo then reveals that Minhaj is being monitored by government officials, who are tracking his texts and emails as they discuss his new show, Patriot Act.“It explores the modern geopolitical and cultural landscape through a comedic lens,” explains one person, prompting another to respond.
A new Netflix series will pit Paul Rudd against his mortal enemy...Paul Rudd.The show is called Living With Yourself and it was created by Daily Show alum Timothy Greenberg.According to the Hollywood Reporter, Rudd will play a troubled man who elects to undergo an inventive new treatment to become a better person, until “he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved version — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself.” So, basically, it’s two Paul Rudds for the price of one!Netflix has ordered an eight-episode first season of what it calls a “fresh and inventive philosophical comedy,” per THR.That article also suggests Rudd will only star in the first season of the show.So, maybe, if there are subsequent seasons, those would follow different characters undergoing this same treatment?
By now, you’ve probably seen all the news regarding Defense Distributed, company founder Cody Wilson, and 3D-printed guns.As of last week, his story has showed up everywhere from The New York Times' podcast The Daily to Comedy Central's The Daily Show.For Ars readers, this may feel a bit like déjà vu.Similar to the beginner's guide to bitcoin we put together at the height of cryptocurrency hype, we've gathered the most common questions that come up in comments section or over a cup of coffee.1) What happened legally with 3D-printed gun files this month?On July 31, a federal judge in Seattle granted a "temporary restraining order" (TRO) preventing Defense Distributed from publishing its 10 firearms files.
Email marketing got its start back in 1978, when the first "mass" email was sent to about 400 email addresses to promote a product.As email accounts became more common through the 1990s, marketers taking greater advantage of the new mass communication channel pushed the technology and the boundaries of what is possible within the medium.By 2000, email marketing companies were regularly charging clients more than $300,000 to send marketing messages to their email databases.There was no shortage of entrepreneurs and companies diving into the email marketing arena to drive massive revenue.Every state in the U.S. had its own laws and regulations, which didn’t always agree or offer a clear framework for emailers to follow.My companies were no strangers to litigation during the early 2000s.
Is the TV set in your living room just not cutting it anymore?How about watching TV in virtual reality (VR)?Starting today, Oculus TV for the Oculus Go standalone VR headset is now available around the world.The app brings a television-viewing experience to VR, all on a virtual screen that Oculus says is equivalent to a 180-inch TV that's propped up in your den.Oculus TV sports a wide range of content, from Facebook Watch originals like Ball in the Family to live and on-demand TV shows like The Daily Show.You can also tune into streams and movies from Red Bull TV, Pluto TV, Flicks of Fury and Horror 24/7.
Comedy Central is heading back to the drawing board again as it searches for an 11:30 p.m.ET companion to The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.The network has canceled The Opposition With Jordan Klepper, which will end its run in two weeks.The show, which just debuted last September, satirized hyperbolic alt-media outlets like Breitbart and Infowars.Klepper played a fictionalized version of himself, a character he described last summer as “a know-nothing provocateur who fights for the common man … Alex Jones meets Garrison Keillor.”However, the network will remain in business with the former Daily Show correspondent and will air a new primetime weekly series with him called Klepper, which is expected to debut next year.
Black Panther fans who paid close attention to the end credits of the blockbuster Marvel movie have uncovered an interesting bit of trivia.The South African-born comedian and Daily Show host Trevor Noah has an interesting cameo in Black Panther.A Reddit user posted on Tuesday that Noah shows up in the end credits of the movie as the voice of the character Griot.Griot is the artificial intelligence system designed by Shuri for the virtual plane that guides the character Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) during the battle scene in the film, according to reports from Vanity Fair on Tuesday.Even more interesting, the name Griot is also the West African word for storyteller, and many of the Blank Panther characters speak the South African language of Xhosa.Back in February on a behind-the-scenes segment during The Daily Show on Comedy Central, host Noah praised Blank Panther for being "an amazing Marvel film" and revealed that the film had a more personal connection for him.
On May 16, Electronic Arts revealed the next entry in its Battlefield series will be titled Battlefield V, confirming rumors we heard over the last few months.No details on the game were offered with the announcement, but that will change during the game’s live reveal stream on Wednesday, May 23, and you can watch it all right here.The Battlefield V live reveal will be held at 4 p.m.ET on May 23, and it will be hosted by Comedy Central’s The Daily Show host and standup comedian Trevor Noah.If you don’t want to go to another site, however, we will also have the stream running live on our own Twitch channel, which we embedded at the top of this post.You will be able to see all the action and hear insight from the developers at Dice.
As Battlefield 1 is turning two later this year, many people have been expecting the reveal of a new Battlefield game for late 2018.Rumors claiming that a new Battlefield game is in the works have popped up here and there in recent months, and now Electronic Arts has confirmed that one is on the way.We don’t know much about the title just yet, but that air of mystery won’t last for very long, as an official reveal is slated for next week.Actually, it wasn’t EA but Trevor Noah, known to many as the host of The Daily Show, who let the cat out of the bag.Earlier today, Noah posted a video to his official Twitter account in which he talks about his love of gaming and announces that he will host a Battlefield reveal on May 23.The final shot is of Noah drinking from a mug with a “V” on it, which led many to believe that the title in question is Battlefield V.