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Rebound can refer to:
Film and television
- Rebound (1931 film), a 1931 movie starring Ina Claire and Robert Ames
- Rebound (TV series), a TV series produced by Bing Crosby
- 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
- Rebound (2011 TV series), a 2011 Japanese TV series
- Rebound (game show), a 2015 British game show
- 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
- Rebound!, stylized as REbound!, a Swedish pop boy band duo
- "Rebound", a 2007 song by Monrose from Strictly Physical
- Rebound (Arty & Mat Zo song), 2011
- Rebound (album), the debut album from Jessica Sierra
- Rebound, an album by Wayman Tisdale
- "The Rebound", a song by Tristan Prettyman from the album Cedar + Gold
- Rebound (Sebadoh song)
- 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"
- 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
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