After co-writing Moonrise Kingdom together, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola have teamed up with Prada to direct a modern-day interpretation of Jules et Jim.
Looking to make a splash before their new line, Viva Vena, launches later this month, designers Lisa Mayock and Sophie Buhai tapped commercial director and fashion photographer Matthew Frost to lampoon the world he lives in.
If you thought last year’s Old Milwaukee Super Bowl commercial was awesome, Will Ferrell decided to take things to a whole new level in 2013. But just like last year, chances are you never saw it on TV.
After Dikembe Mutombo‘s success in the digital video game realm with Old Spice, I’m not surprised he booked this ad with GEICO. After all, only folks saving hundreds of dollars on car insurance could be happier than the four-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year blocking everything in his way.
Carmelo Anthony was born in Brooklyn, raised in Red Hook and now holds the responsibility of leading the New York Knicks back to the NBA Finals for the first time this millenium. Every time he steps on the court, he is playing for Gotham City, and the expectations have never been higher.
There is a little-known fact that few NBA fans know: All-Star point guard Chris Paul has a long-lost identical twin brother, Cliff Paul, who is a State Farm agent. Clearly, they were both born to assist.
As you may know, Ricky Rubio is a man of many talents. But apparently backyard wrestling is not one of them. With that, check out Foot Locker‘s new 30-second spot which was recently shot in Minneapolis to see what Ricky really does when he’s away from the court.
After the wild success of “Uncle Drew,” it was only a matter of time before Kyrie Irving started getting more calls for his acting talents. And with Foot Locker‘s Week Of Greatness upon us, who better to tap than the reigning NBA Rookie of the Year.
Although Nike isn’t an official sponsor of the London 2012 Olympic Games, you knew they weren’t going to let one of the year’s largest sport moments go unnoticed. And as we’ve come to expect from them and Wieden+Kennedy over the years, each campaign outdoes the next.