Kirsten Dunst meets Fans. Or at least what passes for fans these days. Mobile appendage at the ready, lack of communication skills. Or tact. Where being internet famous is more important than being famous for having done something.
In the second ad directed by Tom Kuntz, Rob Lowe shows us his less attractive Rob Lowe self. With crooked teeth, crazy eyebrows, a potbelly and a fragile comb-over, less attractive Rob Lowe has nothing much going on, even on his cable. Nice makeup job guys.
Xbox gets dark and twisted on its new live action game play of Sunset Overdrive--a game that never should have been turned into a live-action trailer. It's a nice comment on the over-the-top nature of games.
Pandora uses an algorithm to make music suggestions based on your listening history that surprise and delight you with their accuracy. To get this notion across, they staged a FaceTime hangout with Lindsay Sterling and some very surprised fans.
It might not be Gary Numan, David Bowie, Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Eat The Rich and "The Birds", but it reminds me of the raw 80s aesthetic when ideas were bigger than budgets and CGI was only for Hollywood.
At first I was going to be all "oh great, another ad making fun of the dumb white guy," Advertising's last safe target. But for some reason this ad for the New York Lottery’s new scratch off is so silly it’s almost kind of charming. Maybe it's the cast.