Not sure what the hell I just watched, but the kid at the bar with Liam Neeson is probably about to be kidnapped. I wonder, is it a good thing to be near Liam Neeson on vacation or bad? On one hand, your odds of getting kidnapped go up. The other? Screw ransom demands, he’s a one-man wrecking crew.
Oh right, we’re talking about LG’s OLED TV. The future of TV. Future of now. Future of something. Hell, I don’t know. All I saw was Liam Neeson and Ridley Scott’s take on Tron. Hmm, I thought we were talking about TVs?
I’m pretty sure Liam Neeson doesn’t need the money unless he took tax advice from Wesley Snipes. Sorry Blade, you don’t get your millions back…
And what the hell Ridley Scott? You’re the producer while your son, Jake Scott, is behind the camera. Tell LG no when they want to create a multi-million dollar Super Bowl ad and barely feature the TV. And Tron without the Tron?
A lot of money to get the trio on board and pay for the 60-second spot. When you’re going up against the best of the best ad agencies, you better be damn sure you hit it out of the park.
The ad looks like all three said screw it, good enough for government work. Come on LG, the OLED line of TVs look amazing.
Ridley and Jake Scott. It’s not like you need the cash. Blade Runner, Alien, etc. Tell them hell no, or let you have full creative control.
Liam? Brother, you made $25 million for Taken 3. You’re a damn Jedi master. Be a spokesperson for Garmin or maybe Apple’s new take on Siri. Now that would be badass. Siri as Liam Neeson’s Taken character.
Oh well, can’t win them all when it comes to the Super Bowl commercials. The Death Wish coffee spot was a home run. The LG OLED future is expensive as hell? More painful than the hit to the bank account buying one.
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