Last year, Jeff Goldblum helped introduce Apartments.com to the masses in a set of ads from RPA. Now, he's back for the apartment-listing site's 2016 campaign, which includes 10 spots directed by Bob Odenkirk.
Why don't beans burn on the grill? And why would you be grilling beans in the first place? Such mysteries from The Jeffersons are addressed (if not answered) in Apartments.com's Super Bowl ad.
Continuing last year's campaign with Jeff Goldblum playing tech futurist Brad Bellflower, Apartments.com and agency RPA are going to the Super Bowl to introduce America to the housing market site.
Some of us have better poker faces than others when it comes to reacting to disappointing holiday gifts. The Brits, despite their stiff-upper-lip reputation, appear to need some help in this department, too.Jeff Goldblum to the rescue!
Jeff Goldblum, who's enjoying something of a renaissance as a pitchman, has scored another gig in a peculiar role as a futurist for Apartments.com—helping to introduce the company's advanced, perhaps even futuristic new apartment-listings website.
This week, a cute kitty with a love for its owner's Toyota Corolla trades all nine of his lives for car rides, the kids from 2007's superviral "Charlie Bit Me" YouTube video make their return in a Ragú spot, and if the tablet war is a dance-off, the iPad just got served by Microsoft.