Rebound can refer to:

In film and television:

  • Rebound (1931 film), a 1931 movie starring Ina Claire and Robert Ames
  • Rebound (TV series), TV series produced by Bing Crosby, on ABC from February to May 1952, then on DuMont from November 1952 to January 1953
  • Rebound (1959 film), a 1959 movie starring Lyndon Brook and Jane Hylton
  • Rebound (2005 film), a 2005 movie starring Martin Lawrence and Megan Mullally
  • Rebound (2009 film), a 2009 movie directed by Afdhere Jama
  • The Rebound, a 2009 movie starring Catherine Zeta-Jones
  • Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault, a 1996 HBO television movie starring Don Cheadle

In music

  • Rebound!, a Swedish pop boy band duo
  • "Rebound" (song), a 2007 song by German pop group Monrose
  • Rebound (album), the debut album from Jessica Sierra
  • Rebound (album), the last album made by Wayman Tisdale before his untimely death in 2009

In sports:

  • Rebound (sports), in sports, refers to the ball becoming freely available after a failed attempt to put it into the goal
  • Rebound (basketball), the act of successfully gaining possession of the basketball in such a scenario
  • Rebound sports, trampolining and similar gymnastic sports that use springed apparatus to propel the gymnast into the air
  • Wallyball or "rebound volleyball"
  • Rebound Exercise or "rebounding"

Other uses:

  • Rebound (arcade game), a 1974 arcade game released by Atari, Inc.
  • Rebound (comics), a fictional comic book character created by Scott Wherle and Ted Wing III
  • Rebound (manga) a sequel to Harlem Beat
  • Rebound (dating), a short period of time following a particularly painful break-up
  • Rebound effect, the tendency of a symptom to return when a medication is discontinued or is no longer effective
  • Rebound effect (conservation), increases in demand caused by the introduction of more efficient technologies
  • Rebound headache, usually occurs when analgesics are taken too frequently for headache relief
  • Post-glacial rebound, the rise of land masses that were depressed by the huge weight of ice sheets during the last ice age

Famous quotes containing the word rebound:

    It is odd but agitation or contest of any kind gives a rebound to my spirits and sets me up for a time.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    When we are in love, the sentiment is too great to be contained whole within us; it radiates out to our beloved, finds in her a surface which stops it, forces it to return to its point of departure, and it is this rebound of our own tenderness which we call the other’s affection and which charms us more than when it first went out because we do not see that it comes from us.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)