Behold, the earth hippie mom guiding her son to channel the earths energy before hitting the piñata. I'm surprised that Gaia's daughter has a robot vacuum - but in the universe of commercials logic is secondary to jokes.
The morning after the party she wakes up, to hear a man greet her good morning. Oh he's handsome! Score! Then he gets up and oh he's hairy, less of a score, because this is beyond the attractive hair limit and into the caveman hair type area.
Late night in the kitchen and she opts for.. no! Don't do it! Aaaaw, the brownie. Diet resolve re-found, she tosses it in the bin. You know what happens next. Now enter the creepy vacuum robot who knows your secrets....
Here's a very exciting reveal trailer for Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands," Looks like a pretty open world with story and game play that looks like all the other open world stories with game play. In other words it'll be awesome.
Above, Gavin Armstrong, president and CEO of Lucky Iron fish proudly posing with the grand prix on the red carpet in Cannes last week. Cannes Lions have this official statement about this award. The initial statement from Geometry posted here made it sound like Geometry was involved with developing the fish from prototype to mass-produced functioning design.
Casting Helen Mirren in an anti-aging cream ad is a little bit of genius. Helen ages, but she's also looked fantastic throughout her career - with her charisma, fit physique and ability to convey a thousand emotions with just once glance.