And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, "I need a caretaker." So God made a farmer. Note how we already posted this ad in Badland as it is so very similar to God Made a Farmer from farms.com done in 2011. Yep. It's 2013's first Badlander. And the salsa hasn't even dried in the bowls yet.
Lincoln's “Steer The Script”, started as a Twitter campaign asking fans to tweet their thoughts on the brand using #SteerTheScript, which Jimmy Falon turned into the commercial. Stars tarring RevRun, Wil Wheaton, and Emmitt Smith.
Air time: 2nd Half
Willem Dafoe makes a short appearance in this super bowl ad at the end, and steals the entire show. Of course he does, when he is the devil himself.
Sure, Kate Upton is in the ad too, but she's actually dressed and her manicure isn't even half as good as Willem Dafoe's.
Here's the extended spot for Hyundai's Santa Fe Dream Team spot.
Judging by how young the mom looks, she must have had her kid when she was 18.
In "space babies" a dad successfully avoids the question of where babies come from thanks to his smart car. I'm not sure if this means that Kia's are cars for scientologists or prudes, but I do know that a voice-activated radio is pretty neat.
* this is the extended :75 cut.
It’s Mad Max meets comedy with this spot to sell the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This will air in Canada during the Super Bowl on CTV .
It's kinda silly, but it's a nice choice of music.
But Gaspocalypse? I long for a day when we won’t have to make up words.
Hyundai's VP of marketing Steve Shannon has said: "The Flaming Lips are very much like Hyundai. They're a little offbeat. They've been around a long time and they continue to reinvent themselves."
This explains why they're on the roof. No, it does. Really.
Running in the 2nd quarter, this ad takes viewers on a journey through the eyes of a young couple as they get "stuck" behind some unexpected things on the road and are able to handle it with ease thanks to their car.
It's hard not to love a clever spot with an idea behind it. Even though it involves another dog. What is it with Volkswagen and dogs? At least in this case, the dog isn't borrowing Star Wars interest but borrowing Volkswagen interest. I love the hapless dog owner who just puts up with it. Nice casting and work all around from DDB & Tribal Amsterdam.
Enter Dave and his newfound sunny disposition, confusing the entire office as it manifest itself in a curious way. Yeah he be jamaican mon. It's apparently a side effect from driving poppy red VW beetles, mon. Tom Kuntz who directed the old spice ads shot this for Deutsch LA
The young man is hesitant. Why go to the prom alone? His mother reassures him. As he heads toward the door, apprehensive and discouraged, his father tosses him the keys to an all-new 2013 Audi S6. And then...
Because you see, once you have the right car, you have all the confidence in the world. Even if it gets you a black eye in the end. Audi is bravery-steroids.
And because no super bowl spot can be without a hashtag these days, this one has #braverywins. But #nobodycares.
The spot features the upcoming single "Can't Win Em Al" by Hanni El Khatib, from his highly anticipated second album, Head in the Dirt, out April 30, 2013. The album is produced by Dan Auerbach. .
The best things in life start with "Don't tell... " say Hyundai who hope to sell a lot of vehicles to dysfunctional families.
Volkswagen Canada are talking up this spot in a "how on earth did they hang two 3,000 pound Jettas on a wall?" Um...i don't know. The same way they hung cars upside down at a restaurant I used to go to when I lived in Pennsylvania? It ain't that hard really. Even hanging them vertically.
No, the larger question of this spot created by Red Urban Toronto is "Since when is car shopping an impulse purchase?" Answer: never.
Looks nice though. nice and clean like all Volkswagen spots. it's just that hanging the cars on a wall is the most believable part of it.
For this spot, they got Jimmy Cliff to cover the Partridge Family's "Come on get Happy." They found all the fifteen minutes of fame internet celebrities by using search words like "freak out," and "angry," and then rounded them up and made them sing and dance in a field. With Jimmy Cliff.
At least it isn't another Star Wars video.
Deutsch moves past the Star Wars motif for a sunnier look on life. This 'teaser' as it is, pretty much explains the whole story. They mined youtube for angry/freakout videos, and then got all those youtube 'celebrities,' together in a field, and had them sing and dance to Jimmy Cliff doing a cover of The Partridge Family's "Come on get happy."
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