The 30-second ad aired only in North Platte, Nebraska — the second-smallest TV market in America, with a population of 25,000.
In Elton John’s alternate medieval universe, Pepsi is the ultimate currency and music stars rule the world. But it becomes reality in this latest Super Bowl–commercial spoiler, courtesy of Pepsi.
The minute-long ad spot, …
Old Spice’s brash branding has gotten so loud that it’s started to spread to other commercials. But it’s not that other ads are adopting the shouting tone that Terry Crews — who preceded Isaiah Mustafa and is now …
More than four million people watched a cryptic 10-second teaser featuring Matthew Broderick after the clip’s Thursday release, revving up the rumor mill with hopes for a Ferris Bueller sequel. But alas, it was only a car …
This ad is destined to be a Super Bowl favorite. After all, how can anyone compete with a pack of singing dogs?
It might be lesson one of putting together any ad spot: scrub away anything that might make your company look bad. Especially if your company already looks bad.
The fast food chain’s Russia ad spot has gone viral, and for good reason — it features hip-hop beats, unicorns, burgers hidden under turbans and more.
Their parody is just as earworm-worthy as the original.
We hope these youngsters have collected their Movember pledges. That’s some impressive facial hair.
Turns out there is something more disturbing than a commercial with a depressing, feuding couple.
In-your-face celebrity ads may have worked last decade. Andy Roddick reportedly gets paid $5 million every year just to wear Lacoste in competitions. But that no longer seems to make the statement the brand wants.