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Posts Tagged ‘Arnold Schwarzenegger’

BWM Taps Schwarzenegger for Realestate.com.au

BWM, Melbourne tapped Arnold Schwarzenegger in their latest campaign for Realestate.com.au.

In the spot, Arnold decides to move back to Austria, mistaking Australia’s .au for his birth country. His assistant tries to inform him of his error, but Arnold is too excited over the possibilities he’s found on the site and tells his assistant to book him some inspections while leaving the filming of his current movie to his “double.” While its humor doesn’t quite hit its mark, it’s refreshing to see Arnold still willing to play on his persona, and make himself seem ridiculous in the process. And Arnold’s star power should certainly get people’s attention. Stick around for credits after the jump. Read more

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is Sad

Now, we’re not ones to pick on someone who’s just been separated from his wife of a quarter century, even if that person is a former action movie star and the ex-governor of California. But, sometimes the stars align with our anonymous tips basket a little too perfectly to ignore, especially in this case.

We touched on it in a news roundup earlier this week, but anyhow, seeing as it’s somewhat timely, “Sad Arnold” was done as a fun little side project by creatives from VML and Bernstein-Rein, there is now an online soundboard of Arnold Schwarzenegger saying his trademark catchphrases (and sounds) in a really, really sad voice. By the way, this was launched prior to Arnold’s recent separation from Maria Shriver.  Here’s a link to those old eBaum’s World soundboards of yesteryear, so now your prank phone-calling has that extra layer of despair. Use with discretion.