Apple's HomePod is giving us a commercial and a music video in one with this Spike Jonze-directed short film. Starring FKA Twigs, the singer dances around her apartment for four straight minutes to "Til It's Over" by Anderson .Paak. While it doesn't promise to give you dimension-stretching moves like these, the voice-controlled speaker can guarantee a stress-releasing dance session after a rough day at work.
Athletes, actors, and Bill Nye band together for Nike's latest ad. When the Earth comes to a screeching halt and there isn't a Marvel superhero in sight, the regular Joes of the world, along with Kobe Bryant, Kevin Hart, Simone Biles, and The Science Guy, do their best to get it back in motion.
It's never too early for the John Lewis Christmas ad. Featuring elbow's cover of The Beatles song "Golden Slumbers", this year's Michel Gondry-directed spot won't leave you in the usual puddle of tears, but little Joe and his new monster friend Moz getting into some midnight mischief will put a smile on your face.
If It, Stranger Things, and Ronald McDonald had a baby, it would be this eerie new ad for Burger King. The fast-food chain is getting into the Halloween spirit with a scary clown night. The first 500 people to sport their Pennywise-inspired costumes will earn themselves a free Whopper. Make sure you're at a participating restaurant in Miami, Boston, Los Angeles, Austin, or Salt Lake City, otherwise your just a creep in a clown costume.
Although it may be hard for students to stand up to their peers, you'd think it'd be easy for adults to step in when they see a kid being bullied. In a public restaurant. Right in front of their face. To test this theory, Burger King did their own social experiment to find out what was more offensive — a bullied High School Jr. or a Whopper Jr. The results are unfortunate, but hopefully eye-opening too. Learn how to stand up for all juniors at NoBully.org.
Scrolling through our Twitter feed while eating with our family. Checking out Instagram when we're pushing our daughter on the swing. We're all guilty of it. In this Common Sense PSA, Will Ferrell shows us just what kind of awful human beings we are and reminds us why we need more device free moments in our lives.
It can be tough to get enough water every day. Drinkfinity helps ease the task by turning plain H2O into a mood-boosting beverage. Made with a mix of dry and liquid ingredients, each pod contains vitamins and minerals that have different benefits. Some are infused with green coffee bean extract to jumpstart your day or chamomile and lemongrass extracts for that relaxing moment. But one thing you won't find is any artificial flavors or artificial sweeteners. There's also the feel-good aspect of knowing that each pod contains 65% less plastic than a 20-ounce drink bottle.
Presented by Drinkfinity.
Mastering a basic isn't an easy task but the Mott & Bow Driggs T-Shirts seem to have done it. The tees are constructed from 100% cotton that is made with the perfect ratio of singles and gauges for an ultra-lightweight feel. It then maximizes the comfort level with a fit that is neither too slim or too baggy and they went ahead and preshrunk them so sizing is accurate. Made in Peru, the classic crew necks come in five neutral colors that'll easily transition into your everyday rotation.
Presented by Mott & Bow.
Everyone loves ice cream. Unless you're dead, in a purgatory where a robot force-feeds you nothing but ice cream all day for eternity. And everyone you love is gone. Eat the ice cream.
Between starring in feature films, an HBO series, and giving rock bottoms, Dwayne Johnson is a pretty busy man. But not too busy to take on a few more ventures. With some help from Siri, The Rock checks off his "Life Goals" list one intergalactic selfie at a time.
It was the Seinfeld of ad campaigns. After the spectacular failure of New Coke, Coca Cola decided to try again, this time with something targeted to a more narrow, youth-oriented audience — OK Soda. It failed too, but the advertising was ahead of its time. Thomas Flight looks at the strange combination of advertising and postmodern philosophy in this video essay.
In a strange turn of events, one of the best reboots of 2017 just might be a Domino's Pizza commercial. With Joe Keery playing the iconic 80's slacker Ferris Bueller, the Stranger Things star races home to beat the delivery man in an almost an exact remake of the film's "race home" scene. The ad tops it off with a cameo from Alan Ruck, having us begging for a complete film.
Spuds MacKenzie returns. After almost 30 years, beer's best friend comes back from the grave to show Brian the true meaning of drinking Bud Light with your friends.
Daughters are the apple of every dad's eyes, so why shouldn't they want the best for them. In this big game spot, Audi makes a big statement as one father contemplates the equality in his little girl's future as she fearlessly conquers a downhill race.
Your favorite beer may have originated in the United States, but its founder did not. In their 2017 Super Bowl ad, Budweiser retells the story of their founder Adolphus Busch's journey from his homeland of Germany to St. Louis, where he later crafted the King of Beers.
For the Superbowl, companies are willing for pull out the big guns for their commercials, and none are bigger than The Coen Brothers. The directing duo lends their talents to Mercedes to revive Peter Fonda's Easy Rider character. But instead of a Harley-Davidson chopper, they put Captain America behind the wheel of the AMG GT Roadster for one more wild ride.
Made up of military-issue surplus tools, our Everyday Carry kit provides a few essentials that'll always be close at hand. The tiny, USA-made tool set is built to government specs, and includes a small steel pry bar (good for a variety of uses), black oxide steel tweezers (splinters and ticks, be gone), a micro grappling hook (don't ask), a pair of small screwkeys (one phillips, one flathead), and a capsule lighter (maybe the world's smallest). It's all strung up on a stainless steel aviation cable that's carried with a custom machined belt loop clip. Just add keys.
Enjoy Bang & Olufsen-quality sound anywhere with the portable but sturdy A2 Active Bluetooth speaker. Six total speakers, three on each side, provide 360-degree sound and true stereo can be achieved when pairing two A2's via the Beoplay app. A single sub-three-hour charge via USB-C yields up to 24-hours of playback at moderate volumes. The smart charging system automatically adapts to match the energy being provided from the source, meaning you'll never have to worry about overcharging and subsequent loss of battery life. Water and dust resistance, plus the ability to be fine-tuned to your preference via the Beoplay app, makes the A2 the most refined yet rugged portable Bluetooth speaker around. Available in stone grey and silver.
Dimensions: 5.6" tall / 10.1" wide / 1.7" deep
Weight: 2.4 pounds
Frequency Response: 55 Hz - 20,000 Hz
Power: 180 W Peak provided via 2 digital Class D Amps
How do you make death and autonomous driving systems humorous? Well filmmaking duo Daniel Titz and Dorian Lebherz have done just that. From the same agency that brought you Johnny Walker's amazing 2015 ad "Dear Brother", comes a commercial that rivals its predecessor. Although its a bit more morbid than their previous work, this ad for Volvo swaps out the gut-wrenching tears for a bit of dark humor.
You're going to need a tissue. A Polish grandpa gives himself a crash-course in English, inadvertently terrorizing a dog, a rubber duck, and a lady on the bus. But the payoff is worth the time — spending Christmas with his son in England.
Nearly four years after the Sandy Hook shooting, gun violence is still on the rise. All too often, the signs are right in front of us. In this seemingly wholesome PSA, Sandy Hook Promise shocks viewers by showing them just how easy it is to overlook potential warnings.
It's not a new Wes Anderson film but it's the next best thing. The director adds his quirky flair to this ad for H&M that has all the Christmas feels. In true Anderson fashion, the short is full of tracking shots, pastel hues, smooth camera pans, and Adrien Brody.
Let the rat race begin — Christmas time is almost here. While the greatest gift you could give someone probably isn't you, it does make for a nice commercial. British supermarket chain Sainsbury's and James Corden of The Late Late Show come together for the latest of the company's stop-motion Christmas ads. You can see how they made it in this behind-the-scenes video.
The John Lewis Christmas Ad is the official start of the holiday season, and this bouncing boxer can only mean one thing — Christmas is here. This year's couldn't have come at a better time as they leave behind the sappy and sentimental for something a little more upbeat. You can't help butt smile when there's a Badger in a trampoline.
For those of you that are too hardcore for coffee shops and supermarkets, Chernyi Cooperative is waking up morning your routine. Only sold on the darknet, the Chernyi Black roast can be accessed with a Tor download, widely known for its connection to the Silk Road. Although this may sound like you're doing something you shouldn't, it's just coffee and totally legal.
There's a new most interesting man in the world and he's here with his first commercial. What we've learned about him so far is he can tie his arm behind his back, with one arm tied behind his back, he's one hell of a cook, and he played college football in high school. But one thing he shared with his intergalactic predecessor — he drinks Dos Equis.
The NBA season has officially begun and to celebrate, Nike has released another powerful ad. Narrated by the reigning champ LeBron James, the black and white commercial follows a series of people with the odds stacked against. But just like King James and his Cavaliers, they rose up and came out of nowhere.
Thankfully, this is not the Star Wars Holiday Special. This is the Duracell campaign for the Children's Miracle Network, arming the littlest rebels in the galaxy in their fight against childhood illness. Every donation will help charge the imaginations of children through this holiday season.
David Beckham and Kevin Hart are together again. In Hart's continued quest to be like Beckham, the comedian somewhat kidnaps the soccer star for a cross-country road trip to Vegas for a new musical. As you can imagine, nothing goes as planned and the pair end up stranded somewhere between here and Mexico.
In an alternate universe where Paul George practices Tai chi, Kevin Durant eats Corn Pops in the bathtub, and Draymond Green is allowed to be around any kind of balls, you get this new ad for NBA 2K17. To gear up for the gaming season, the basketball greats take a break from the offseason to assemble with a holographic Coach K at 2K headquarters. The game officially come out September 20, 2016 but is available four says soon when your preorder.
When The Most Interesting Man in the World rode off into the sunset on a blazing rocket ship, he left a gaping Dos Equis-sized hole in our hears. Jonathan Goldsmith's mission to Mars left the world with just boring, ordinary men. Or did it? We'll find out when Augustin Legrand begins a new set of interesting adventures in October 2016.
Legalize skateboarding — with human skateboards. Stop-motion masters PES has re-released a remastered, high-definition version of their classic 2007 "Human Skateboard" commercial for Sneaux shoes.