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Posts Tagged ‘Kaitlin Del Campo’

Yes, This Latest ‘Most Interesting Man’ Spot Reminds Us of ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ For Some Reason

Ok, well maybe just slightly, but here we have our Most Interesting Man talking masquerade parties in the latest Dos Equis spot from Havas and prodco Rooster. There’s no self-promoting VO this time around on why he’s the greatest, most invincible person in the world, just a one-on-one narrative that’s slightly randy. But yeah, we’re still envious. Credits after the jump.

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Jeah, Ryan Lochte Muscles Up for Nissan

Ryan Lochte may wear that clueless grin in the new Nissan spot created by TBWA, but he’s still laughing to the bank on the heels of his impressive, yet imperfect 2012 Olympics. Ryan Lochte’s “Office Burn” shows car customers (remember, this is for Nissan) how to stay fit at the office: conference call calisthenics, coffee curls, and synergy sit-ups are just a few of the drills Lochte powers through in a buttoned sport coat. Nissan’s Innovation for Endurance might make sense, say, if we actually saw more cars in the commercial. But–like most Ryan Lochte moments–things don’t always make sense.

For those interested in a funnier example of Lochte’s senselessness, watch this Funny or Die video. There’s no product placement, and you get to hear an Olympic gold medalist say, “The pool is the biggest and most expensive toilet. And it’s all mine.”

If only these office exercises could’ve helped Lochte win more gold medals than Michael PhelpsThere’s always 2016. A ridiculously long list of credits after the jump.

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