With Christmas just a few weeks away, the holiday shopping season is in full swing. Once again this year, online shopping giant, Amazon, is letting you give back to local charities right here in the Evansville area through their Amazon Smile program. Here's how.
Kathryn Hahn is a savior of sorts. Often the best part of her movies, Hahn’s the type of actress who can turn a small cameo into one of the most memorable and wackiest roles in a mediocre film (think: Tomorrowland, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton). But in Jill Soloway’s Transparent, Hahn has played the literal role of the savior for the Pfeffermans, a woman introduced as a religious guide for a family thrown into flux by the gender transition of their former patriarch, Maura (Jeffrey Tambor).
In an effort to promote the Kindle Fire HDX's "Mayday" feature which allows users to video chat with a Kindle representative should they have a question or issue with their device (take that iPad!), the company has launched a series of commercials featuring an actor who's face you may recognize, but aren't quite sure from where.
Unless you DVR everything on TV and jump past all the commercials, you've no doubt spotted the new series of commercials for the Kindle Fire HDX starring "Amy", the attractive red-head who pops up on the screen to promote the devices "Mayday" feature connecting the customer to a live representative through video chat. But who is "Amy"? Allow me to introduce you.