WITH THE NEW IPHONE APP TO PROMOTE THE MOVIE, ya sick freaks. To promote the upcoming release starring Megan Fox, Tapulous is claiming to be the first iPhone app to run a user-generated contest. (How will I ever sleep now.) Download themes and contest info here.
Sorry Sean, Dan's talking about both kinds of spirits and I'm not missing this. It began as an innocuous enough of a PR announcement:
"Actor, screenwriter, musician and now distiller Dan Aykroyd, whose credits include Saturday Night Live, The Blues Brothers, Ghostbusters and Driving Miss Daisy, will sign purchased bottles of his Crystal Head Vodka at the PA Wine & Spirits store at 1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 10."
Until you Googled Crystal Head Vodka. How do you not love this guy after watching him talk about spirits? (8 min clip below.) Looking back, the UFO doc sure makes sense now. And the $49.99 pricetag? Genius! People always pay more for the paranormal.
Just wondering if Visa knew how inspired the casting choice for voiceover was when they selected Mr. Inner Freak himself. (After the jump.) Of course, this plot twist wouldn't be complete without a little contextual madness. Clicking the article brings up this Responsibility Project takeover. Ouch.
...a yellow sousaphone. Everybody! FirstBank of Lakewood, Colorado seems to be doing okay in times like these because they're spending a lot of money on free. Outdoor executions from TDA in Boulder include interstate billboards, urban locations and backlit airport dioramas. BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE. Online, rich media versions are also planned. Check out all the versions after the jump.
Help Andy Murray hit the ball at Radical Messenger. After you sign it first and send it to a friend of course. I think we need a name for the hybrid Facebook-microsite application thing the kids love so much. The Microbook? The Fap? Send your suggestions to the agency who came up with it, Aimaq & Stolle out of Berlin, Germany.
Agency Indie out of the Netherlands did a series of outdoor placements using a door as central meeting place for Domino's deliveries. Mmmm. Sand and pepperoni. GET SOME. Cool idea though to bring the campaign's idea of delivery to life this way. (Yes, they have Domino's in the Netherlands. You kidding? THEY GOT THAT SHIT IN OMAN.) Via Xipax.
Hey, when's the last time you hummed you some Cat Stevens? Now you can thanks to T-Mobile's myTouch 3G with full Google Googleness. (Song: If you want to sing out sing out.) Taking a break from Cougar Zeta-Jones, the battle between wireless carriers and browsers ramps up. (Spot below). T-Mobile has basically crafted a pretty smooth spot rivaling all things Apple. While one commenter on YouTube says "I would do Phil Jackson in a heartbeat," I'll just leave it at, um, I like the spot. Throw in a little Whoopie Goldberg and some Jesse James? Celebrity hat trick FTW!
At the risk of using up Steve's bandwidth, let's talk scam, the "other" four-letter word blowing up big this week. So there's a TV spot to go with the real fake WWF ad (After the jump.) Read the reactions here, here, here, here and here. Even Brazil lobbed one back.
Rather than rehash the same points (too much), consider a few other things at work.