When it comes to celebrities endorsing or partnering with brands, there are few that match up organically quite like Nick Offerman and Lagavulin.
Back in July, Budweiser called on fans to support the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) with the #WontStopWatching movement. Their goal was to increase the support of the NWSL during regular-season games and not just high profile events like the World Cup.
You may not know the name Jim Meskimen, but I can assure you you have heard his voice before. He’s appeared in countless films and television series and may have even voiced some of your favorite cartoon and video game characters.
Budweiser is no stranger to creating emotional ads that tug at your heart strings, so I should have been prepared when...
If there is one thing Wix does well–apart from making websites easy to make–it’s creating compelling advertising campaigns for their brand. There recently launched ‘Up For Anything’ web series is a perfect example of this.
I’m sure we’d all like to think that, if the star of one of our favorite shows approached us IRL, we’d recognize them no matter what. However, as we seem to be shown time and time again, this is far from always being the case. In this latest iteration of “celebrity tricks people on the street”, Emilia Clarke dresses up as Jon Snow and moseys through NYC to talk GoT with fans and…non-fans, too.
I never knew Keanu Reeves had such an affinity for motorcycles, let alone co-owned his own motorcycle company. GQ interviewed the John Wick star in Hawthorne, CA at the Arch Motorcycle Company headquarters for their Collected video series.
The final season of Game of Thrones is quickly approaching and, with it, also comes the final chances for brands to use the megahit series to their advertising advantage.
Drive has been one of my favorite films since it came out. Ryan Gosling is the man, though he wasn’t really the reason I loved it so much.
There’s no denying the power of Epic Games’ Battle Royale Fortnite. According to The Verge, it made a whopping 2.4 billion in 2018. That’s quite the profit for a game that is free to play and costs a few million times less to make.