Thoughts that went through my head upon viewing this:
What a great ad for the Muppets new movie.
Did Toyota really have to watermark the whole spot?
Since when is Terry Crews considered boring?
Why are we making fun of old people who play bingo?
When did Janis start sounding like an unconvincing female impersonator?
How exactly is the Highlander not boring besides the fact that it seats a bunch of people?
Why are they all of a sudden at Carnival and why does Carnival look like Southern California instead of Rio?
Oh please tell me at the end of the spot, Terry Crews has just been hallucinating. Please tell me it's a bad trip.
When did Kermit become a Middle American suburbanite?
Agency Saatchi and Saatchi LA
ECD: Chris Adams, Margaret Keene
CD: John Payne
ACD/Copywriter: Matty Poitras
ACD/Art Director: Jera Mehrdad
Director of Content Production Sara Seibert
Executive Integrated Producer: Margaret Nickerson
Senior Integrated Producer: Holly Otto
Associate Integrated Producer: Antonietta Smekal
Project Managers: Christen Gillbank
Executive Director of Idea Management: Al Reid
Account Director: Courtney Husk
Account Supervisor: Patrick Young
Account Executive: Giordana Pisano
Assistant Account Executive Nissa Gutierrez
Product Information Specialist Joe Rigonan
Strategic Planning Director: Don Rohn
Sr. Strategic Planner: Amaya D'Amico
Sr. Participation Planning Director: Danielle Betras
Executive Communications Director: John Lisko
Broadcast Media Director: Janet Waters
Media: Abbi Palmer
Business Affairs Manager: Tasha Royzina
Client Name: Russ Koble
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Caviar Content
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Michael Sagol/Jasper
PRESIDENT OF PRODUCTION COMPANY:
DIRECTOR: Jody Hill
EDITING COMPANY: Whitehouse Post
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Joni Williamson
PRODUCER: Kristin Branstetter
EDITOR: Rick Lawley/Shane Reid
ASSISTANT EDITOR: James Dierx/Zach Vandlik
SPECIAL EFFECTS/FINISHING: The Mill
PARTNER: Disney/The Muppets Studio
MUSIC: Walker Music Studio
SOUND DESIGN: Rohan Young, Lime Studios
MIX: Lime Studios