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Circulating the internet is this Johnnie Walker “Game Changer” commercial featuring Bruce Lee for China. Every shot and detail in the ad is completely CGI, which was created over a 9 month period. Here’s more from director Joseph Khan:
This spot isn’t about drinking, nor does Bruce Lee ever pitch, hold, talk about it. It’s a short inspirational film sponsored by Johnnie Walker. Those making comparisons of “water” to “alcohol” are literalists & wrong. Last thing alcohol wants to be is water. It’s a metaphor for life. It’s his metaphor in his actual words. I spent a year living and breathing this man, thinking about him every day. For me, it’s not an ad. It’s an exploration & celebration of him. This is a sculpture in a different medium, paid for by a different church. I stand behind it.
You might have seen this commercial playing on TV for Advil starring Taho Kakutani. The full time fish monger at Seattle’s Pike’s Place Fish Market turns pitchman for the pain reliever. Thousands of people like this fish worker are choosing Advil for their everyday aches and pains. With Advil pain and soreness is out of the picture.
Dirty Bass experts Far East Movement are the pitchmen for the BoomSound technology in the latest HTC One commercial. On the average smartphone, sharing music or a video with friends is a frustrating experience. A tiny speaker will tame even the most ferocious track. But the new HTC One’s BoomSound™ changes all that. Dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built-in amplifiers deliver bigger sound with less distortion and more detail. You can hear the Far East Movement single Turn Up the Love playing in the ad. You can get the phone here.
Actor/comedian Ken Jeong is in the last Miller Lite commercial. If you got your crew and Miller Lite, it’s Miller Time. But if that crew member is Ken Jeong, you better expect some craziness like pet pigs, dressing up like a cowboy, and helping his crew get brews. Nothing is quiet like Miller Time with Ken Jeong, especially if he’s in your fridge.