Goodby’s recent “Where Amazing Happens” spots for the NBA were a little creepy, weren’t they? How did some kid from “the future” travel back in time to tell Steve Nash (who was rocking a 90s fade at this point in time) that he would become arguably the best point guard in basketball history? If you see the young face of Nash, even he can’t believe someone would be telling him his name would go down in the record books next to John Stockton and Magic Johnson.
Above is the inside blue-screen look at the spots, merging an old video of Nash with some kid from present day who boosts the future star’s ego. Looks tricky, doesn’t it? Technology has come a long way since the days of Forrest Gump. If you’re anything like me, the first time you saw the ads, you thought aloud, “No way that’s not real!” So give Goodby, Park Pictures director Chris Sargent and a52 some credit for making this odd experiment come together. Nash really comes off as a hell of an actor, doesn’t he? Maybe because he’s real. The end result, which launched earlier this year, below:
via Ball Don’t Lie
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