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Posts Tagged ‘Brooklyn Decker’

KBS+, O Positive Share ‘Regrets’ for BMW

“So what do you think, you gonna take it?” asks a BMW salesman in KBS+P and production company O Positive’s new spot for the BMW 3-Series. This sends the man into a reverie of past regrets, from dumping a nerdy Brooklyn Decker in high school to passing up a chance to get in on the ground floor of Twitter. The 60-second spot, directed by David Shane is certainly memorable, showing the 3-Series in the beginning of the spot and linking passing up the opportunity to own it to some pretty poor decision making skills. Spoiler alert: the guy decides to buy it. “Regrets” is well produced, paced, and acted, effectively using humor to make a lasting impression. Just one thing though: Does anyone else find nerd Brooklyn Decker hotter than runway Brooklyn Decker, or is that just me?

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Thursday Odds and Ends

-South Africa native Noel Cottrell joined Fitzgerald+CO as CCO. link

-Ogilvy alum Chris Mitton winds up at W+K and will work on Target. link

-Your subconscious is a real Don Draper. link

-Robert Guay joined Fallon as group account director, leading digital activities on the Cadillac account. link

-Publisher Bonnier tapped CP+B to do field studies and develop advertising concepts for its Mag+ platform. link

-Mullen Boston shows its love for its hometown Bruins (above).

-Esquire, Barnes & Noble and model Brooklyn Decker are all involved in some sort of AR promo. link

-Fortune listed its “100 Best Companies to Work For.” A certain Mountain Valley giant cracked the top five. link

-Hyundai wants you to “snap out of it” come Super Bowl time. link