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.
Looks like we’ve got a good old-fashioned revolution on our hands. The King is dead. Long live the Whopper!
In the wake of their decision, they should have expected nothing less than ridicule and satire from Colbert himself.
We may be at war, but we still laugh at the same jokes.
British newspaper readers were greeted by a simple but bold apology as they flipped through the morning headlines.