Budweiser are emphasising the importance of friendship with their addition to the Super Bowl XLVIII ad roster, and what’s more important to relationships than beer?
Beautifully heartwarming ad guaranteed to melt even the iciest core.
Think I teared up a little.
One of my heroes, Arnold Schwarzenegger, goes undercover at Gold’s Gym to promote his After-School All Stars program to some fantastic results.
Anyway, I apologise for the radio silence, third year is HARD. But as they say, “I’ll be back”.
Neymar, Thiago Silva, Bernard & Paulinho showcase their individual talents for Nike’s new promotional ad: Dare to be Brasilian, pushing their World Cup 2014 home kit.
I had to break my radio silence for this one, as I think it’s quite possibly taken the 2013 Christmas Crown. This wonderfully charming ad for M&S with the ever-delightful Ms Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and the are-you-sure-he’s-actually-human Mr David Gandy, had me captivated from the offset.
Beautifully shot and scored, this homage to Alice in Wonderland encapsulated the magic of Christmas wonderfully, but I couldn’t help wondering what their children would look like…
Umm… Not sure what to say about this.
Agency: Kornhaber Brown
It seems that, thanks to Becks, football is finally gaining popularity in America. But they still don’t “get” it, do they? Check out NBC’s new Premier League promo film featuring Jason Sudeikis and some of the other Spurs stars.
Our captain fantastic, Steven Gerrard, along with Glen Johnson and a few others star in Garuda Indonesia’s latest ad. My grandma, who has a thing for Gerrard, describes him as “sex on legs.”
Everybody’s favourite pantomime villain, Luis Suarez, is up to all his old tricks in his latest ad for Abitab. Due to current events involving Mr Suarez, his mouth, and my beloved Liverpool Football Club, I am not currently his number one fan. But as he seeks greener pastures, this ad softens the blow tremendously, and reminds me of the wile character I fell so in love with.
PS. All can be forgotten, Luis.
UPDATE: @edflinkinp was kind enough to subtitle the ad.