- Russian model Irina Shayk sheds her top for a new Replay Jeans campaign.
- Dita Von Teese is teasing again. This time for Target Australia which is launching a new line of lingerie.
- Asics, which used air blown ping pong balls to create a sneaker has now moved on to balloons.
- Skechers, after parting ways with Kim Kardashian for this year's Super Boiwl has decided to, instead...hire a dog.
- This is awesome. Put all kinds of different things in a microwave and film them blowing up all to suggest eating at Moe's Southwest Grill is a much better place to get your food.
- Amazing new Italian commercial for Fiat.
There's a few ways to promote a struggling television show. And the CW's Hart of Dixie with Rachel Bilson needs all the help it can get. But a profanity-laden Funny or Die video with Bilson front and center as a take not shit rapper doctor? Hells yes!
With help from co-star Wilson Bethel, Bilson trashes all her detractors including using former The O.C. co-star Mishcha Barton as a whipping post. Bilson does an admirable job urging us to take her seriously as a doctor. We're just not very sure the effort is going to pay off.
Perennial purveyor of prurient predilections GoDaddy has release the first of two spots it will air during this year's Super Bowl. The ad, which promotes the brand's dot-CO domain, is called Body Paint and features Go Daddy Girls Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels who, together, paint the naked body of a model while talking about the benefits of a dot-CO domain.
It's pretty tame compared to previous efforts from the brand. As always, there will be a web-only version of the commercial available Super Bowl Sunday for viewers to check out. The second commercial, Cloud, will feature Danica Patrick and the Pussycay Dolls. That one may be a bit more interesting.
After 14 years, Pricline has decided it's time for a new direction and in a spot that will debut Monday, Shatner's Negotiator character will plunge to his death in a bus after telling a couple to "save yourselves...some money!" Shatner, in the bus, then tumbles off a cliff and dies an explosive death. Shatner's Captain Kirk character died in the 1994 film Star Trek: Generations.
Of the decision, Shatner said, "I'm in grief mode. It's not the first time I've had an iconic character die off. It was a great run. If the management says this is the end, this is the end." Better to go out on top then be seen as a hanger on.
The move is part of a planned new direction for Priceline which will have less to do with the site's well known price negotiation feature and more to do with its newer fixed price, discount-booking focused approach. There may even be a spot in this year's Super Bowl.
Shatner will be missed but things change, companies change and that means their ad campaigns have to as well. Can we get a ceremonial "Khaaaaaaaaan!" ?
Kelly Brook, whom we've seen previously getting naked for PETA, pimping perfume and writhing with sexual desire, has lent her delicious curves to New Look which is launching a new campaign to tout a line of under things.
In the campaign, Kelly can be seen cradling her assets while sporting hot red lingerie and stockings, lounging on a couch in blue retro-wear and smiling coyly while looking pretty in pink.
Sophia Vergara is at it again for Diet Pepsi. This time, rather than creating a Twitter-fueled celebrity sighting, Vergara makes a beeline...or at least she attempts to...for a Diet Pepsi. She dances. She sashays. She smirks. She exudes. But, in the end, she gets the Pepsi. TBWA New York created.
This new FCUK ad for FCUK Friction fragrance featuring Lindsay Lohan might as well scream "fornicate (insert the other F word) with friction." The ad's image, shot by Yu Tsai who also shot Lohan for her recent Playboy pictorial, was taken in 2010 and used as part of a story about the relationship between Kate Moss and Johnny Depp in Muse Magazine. FCUK bought the rights to the image and decided to use it for a current campaign.
Despite her various difficulties, Lohan has appeared in several recent campaigns including fashion labels Philipp Plein and Jag. Some say the star will never recapture her former glory. But it seems a few brands are willing to wager on her current notoriety.
In the continuing saga of Sheets Brand Energy Strips, New York Knicks player Amar'e Stoudemire poses as a Duane Reade store clerk to see if he can pimp some product sales for a day. It's equally as bad as the initial outing from Lebron James but that doesn't really matter. fans will love the work anyway and that's all that matters, right? After all, no one in advertising actually cares about sales do they?
If you think you can do better, the whole thing is a contest. You can upload your commercial to Facebook, see how many likes it gets and see if you make it to the top six, from which James and a panel of judges will choose the winner.
In a ad that's less about his ego and more about having fun, Sean Combs appears in a CIROC vodka commercial. Called The Art of Celebration, Combs appears with familiar faces Lisa Seiffert, Michael K. Williams, Jesse Williams, Dania Ramirez, Jessica White, Eva Marcille, Christine Teigen, Chad Michael Murray and Aaron Paul. The crew wanders through a Vegas casino to the tune of Frank Sinatra's version of Luck Be a Lady.
Leveraging his celebrity and apparent desire to become a creative director, LeBron James, NBA great and founder of Sheets Energy Strips, has launched a Doritos Crash the Super Bowl-style social media campaign which encourages people to make their own Sheets commercial.
Convincing everyone that, well, anyone could do a better job at creating a commercial than himself, James has debuted his own commercial for Sheets. It's bad in a comically bad way. But that's what this contest is all about. Encouraging people to create something much better than LeBron did.