The newly voiced (by Robery Downey Jr.) Mr. Peanut, silent for the first 94 years of his life, is host to a holiday party at his house. Everyone's in attendance including an unexpected guest, the Nutcracker, who, sadly, misbehaves but gets a just punishment from Mr. Peanut.
The ad, which debuted yesterday, is part of a $35 million "character revitalization" campaign which is giving Mr. Peanut somewhat of a makeover looking more like a nut and being dressed in a flannel suit. The trademark top hat, cane and eyepiece will remain.
Omnicon TBWA New York spin off Being created the campaign which includes POP, online and print. The campaign's new tagline is "Naturally Remarkable."
Ladies, ever get angry when you're man breaks a date with you because he's too busy at work? Sure you have because men do it all the time...no matter how stunningly hot you are. So don't get mad, get even. Or at least get what you need from your man.
Suit up in your sexiest lingerie, cover up in a trench coat and go have your way with your man in his office. That's what the hottie in this Agent Provocateur commercial does when her man says he's too busy working on the Smith Report.
And then...well, just watch the video to see just how this woman handles the situation.
- Need your daily dose of ad hotness? Then take a look at images from the Candice Swanepoel photoshoot for Victoria's Secret.
- German ass gets tight courtesy of Reebok's Reetone shoes.
- Carrie Underwood is featured in a formulaic Olay commercial which is set to debut during the CMA Awards.
- Earlier this month Leo Burnett CEO Tom Bernardin and CCO Mark Tutssel released their new book - HumanKind. The book is about people and how creativity transforms the way people think, feel and behave.
Did you know watching women dress themselves and frolic on a bed sells lingerie? Victoria's Secret sure does and gives us a full on display of Miranda Kerr doing just that. In tantalizing slow motion. As if she were granting you a private modeling session. And wanted you to stare longingly into her eyes. And admire her perfect form. And her dressing techniques. And her come hither look. And as if she wanted you to hop right on that bed and frolic with her.
Of course this is just a television commercial so the only frolicking you can do with Miranda is on your own time. In private. Without disturbing anyone. And...without Miranda. But you can certainly use all the active imagination you can muster. Ready? 1-2-3-go.
You can barely recognize him but Abercrombie & Fitch Model/Dancing with the Stars
Contestant Albert Reed appears in a new commercial called The Kiss for Canon. It's touting the brand's new EOS 5D Mark II camera.
Produced by LA-based Anonymous, the commercial was directed by Andrew Douglas whose shining achievements include Amityville Horror. You can see the spot here as well as listen to Douglas talk about the camera which, of course, he used to shoot the commercial.
Hmm. Maybe Morgan Freeman just forgot he voiced that political spot. After all, he voices practically every commercial out there lately including this one from TBWA\Chiat\Day for Visa called Never Missed A Super Bowl.
The spot highlights the Never Missed a Super Bowl Club, a group of people who haven't missed a Super Bowl in 44 years. The spot offers the chance for anyone to join the club by giving everyone who simply uses their Visa card a chance to go to every Super Bowl game for the rest of their life.
In the continuing battle between the two zeros, Coke and Pepsi, the battling duo take their fight to the aisles of a BJ's-like club store. To the tune of Irvin Berlin's Anything You Can Do, the duo one up each other with ever more creative aisle displays.
In the end, it's Pepsi that crushes Coke with help from Snoop Dogg who makes an appearance atop and sparkling stage of Pepsi boxes.
Apparently, Nike is launching some new golf product. Apparently, it's going to be really scary. Apparently, it's coming on Black Friday, November 26.
Sadly, we have no other information to share with you because the teaser video is so dark and mysterious and quick cut, it's like Nike, itself, doesn't even know what it's about to launch
During Blogworld Expo in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago, author and speaker Brian Solis sat down with Ford's social media guy, Scott Monty, to interview him about the recent introduction of the new Ford Explorer, a program that took the vehicle to the people versus the more traditional automotive journalist reveal approach.
The program, which included an eight-city vehicle tour and an integrated banner/Facebook campaign resulted in a 1.5 times increase (compared to in Build and Price, the process by which a person can build and price a customized vehicle online.
Also discussed was the introduction of the Ford Focus and the Focus Rally America, a program which gives six cars to six teams of two people and sets them off on an Amazing Race/Hulu co-sponsored race that will result in the winning team getting $100,000 and the ability to give away ten Ford Focus's to people who helped them along their journey.
Check out the full interview here or below.
Following the industry-wide Obsession of the Week Gap logo debacle, this week Schmedlines, a site which collects news, asks people to rewrite the headlines and then vote on them, is asking its visitors to submit a new tagline for Chevy. As you may be aware, the new tagline (oops, sorry, they don't like it referred to as such), Chevy Runs Deep, hasn't exactly been met with accolades.
So Schmedlines has taken matters into their own hands, turning to they're audience to help Chevy out of the Deep crevice it's Run into. Most of the submissions are equally as bad as the one they are trying to replace but a few caught our attention: