Wait for it.
Wait for it.
It’s part of New Zealand’s anti-speeding campaign, and will absolutely devastate you.
And he absolutely killed it.
“For teaching us that falling only makes us stronger.”
Yes, you’re about to be seriously envious of a bunch of birdhouses.
The ups and downs, the agony and the ecstasy.
Warning: You may start screaming.
A new TV commercial produced by gun reform activists Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Mayor Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns appears to show a gunman walking into a school at the same time Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook elementary school.
In a world where only 11% of engineers are female, toy company GoldieBlox is on a mission to “disturb the pink aisle” and get young girls interested in science and math.
Apparently K-Mart’s male models have balls of steel. (Sorry, not sorry.)
The John Lewis Retail ad was a beautiful animated production that probably made you cry, but the way it was made makes it even more special.
Whether you are a father, a daughter, or just human, be prepared to have your heart melted by gum.
Why isn’t Jack sexting me?
Actors have to start somewhere, and Charlie Day started with a gig in an ad for Thomas’ Bagel. Here he is on Leno talking about it.
If you can’t take the shark bite, then stay the heck out of the ocean, Snuffy.
Nicole Lapin stars in the latest commercial from Allstate.
Where have you heard this jingle before?
A match made in branding heaven. You probably got into Heavy D thanks to Sprite. Admit it.
THERE WILL BE BLOOD.
These commercials are still less embarrassing for Justin Timberlake’s career than The Love Guru.
She and Taran Killam are Cool Guys With Visors™.
MTV released a new trailer for Ke$ha’s upcoming reality show, My Crazy Beautiful Life and it really seems like the show’s emphasis is on the “crazy” part.
Whoa, nelly — Stan, is that you?!
We’re not clear on the science but one thing is clear: Ultra Ever Dry made a damn fine commercial.
Guy Ritchie makes the soccer star chase his clothes in some H&M undies, and yes, it’s as enjoyable as you’d think.
This is basically a commercial for a commercial. Which is cool because it’s Amy Poehler and probably the most important micro-commercial ever.
Your period will never be the same again.
While listening to the Glenn Beck radio program, sometimes it’s hard to tell if you’re hearing a news segment or the most sophisticated form of product placement known to man.
What more can you want?