Today is Talk Like Pirate Day, an annual event that makes it acceptable to swap out everyday conversations with pirate parlance and dress up in costumes. And, of course, brands have already taken to Twitter with themed tweets in hopes of injecting themselves into the social chatter.
Duelling billboards? Yes, indeed, that's what Starz is going for—in a fun partnership with Captain Morgan—with this outdoor campaign in Los Angeles for its new Michael Bay-produced pirate show Black Sails, which managed to knock the top out of the network's original premiere ratings with 3.5 million viewers this weekend.
Verizon's multifaceted $1 billion partnership with the National Football League is getting a geo-social layer.
Thanks to director Tom Hooper’s casting of Josh Burrow—the swashbuckling stud who’s actually up to the role of playing a buccaneer—those new Anomaly spots for Captain Morgan have helped the frat-fave rum brand achieve the hitherto impossible: It’s finally growing up.
Anomaly's latest spot for Captain Morgan is out, and it's supposedly the final commercial in the rum brand's "To Life, Love and Loot" campaign, directed by Tom Hooper, the Oscar-winning director of The King's Speech.
Here's a new commercial for Captain Morgan that's a little more high concept (with production values to match) than the usual frat-boy garbage that the rum brand has been pumping out for years. It's Anomaly's first work for the Diageo brand since winning global creative duties in December.
Avast, ye fatties! Everyone's favorite boozy buccaneer leads an exercise class and discusses his fitness philosophy in this well-cast and fairly amusing video introducing "The Captain Morgan Workout." Attired in […]
How do men sneak away for a night on the town with their pals? That's the question asked, and humorously answered, by Grey Toronto and Captain Morgan in these Canadian […]
The latest Captain Morgan ads are ludicrous, which probably means they're going over great with the college crowd. In the spot above, four buddies stumble into a bar that's literally […]