Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos is a staff writer for Adweek, where she specializes in covering brands, marketing innovation, consumer trends and pop culture. She produces the podcast "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

This Wild Apple Ad Shows That, Yes, The Rock Can Do Anything (With Some Help From Siri)

Touching up the Sistine Chapel? A selfie in space? Dwayne Johnson can do it all and still be on time for work.

Mattel’s Newest Fashion Dolls Are Based on WWE’s Female Superstars

It's impossible to ignore wrestling's impact on American culture so it's no surprise Mattel would want to get involved with the WWE.

Why the U.S. Ad Industry Will Never Regulate Gender Stereotypes

Gender cliches in advertising are now officially a thing of the past ... or are they?

Sesame Street and Chrysler Are Tapping Your Nostalgia With a Game Show That Touts Minivans

The game show is a driving contest between the characters meant to showcase Chrysler's Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid minivans as well as entertain.

Inside A Ghost Store, A24’s Strange, Moving, Immersive Promotion for A Ghost Story

The experience is based on an existential film starring a ghostly Casey Affleck

How Employee Diversity at 180LA Led Directly to Its Two Grand Prix at Cannes

The genesis of Boost Mobile's 'Boost Your Voice.'

180LA Wins Second Grand Prix at Cannes, in Integrated, For Turning Boost Mobile Stores Into Polling Sites

Jury wants marketers to be 'genuine forces for good.'

Here’s How Adidas Collaborates With Partners Like Alexander Wang and Stan Smith

Inside the brand's process at Cannes.

Nike Celebrates Famed Vogue Dancer Leiomy Maldonado’s Athleticism in Striking, Poetic Ad

Nike touts Maldonado, known as 'The Wonder Woman of Vogue,' in new equality campaign.

Q&A: Pussy Riot on Cannes, Cause Marketing and What the American Media Gets Wrong About Russia

Pussy Riot gave a "masterclass of activism" at the Cannes Lion festival.