Friday January 24, 2020

Off Message

These days, it’s all about being on brand – so it’s time to know yours well, and choose your language accordingly.

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
4th November, 2018
Jennifer Lawrence’s new production company is called Excellent Cadaver – but why? Pic: Getty

I don’t wish to sound the klaxons for the death of the English language just yet, but I believe a little canary has just breathed its last in the mines beneath the Oxford Dictionary offices and that this moment took place when Jennifer Lawrence announced that the name for her new production company would be Excellent Cadaver. What, I hear you say? Yes, Excellent Cadaver is the oddball moniker that Lawrence – currently the highest...

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