Avengers director Joss Whedon rounded up Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo and a bunch of other famous actors and actresses to tell people that they should vote in this election because, you know, voting is important. Oh, and if you do, Mark Ruffalo—much to his apparent chagrin—will do moviegoers a favor.
He's a movie star who has played other movie stars. Now Robert Downey Jr. will be honored for his work at the upcoming MTV Movie Awards.
UPDATE: Throwing around words like "uncensored" and "banned," SodaStream has now posted the original cut of its Super Bowl spot on YouTube. Watch it below.In what has apparently become an annual tradition of feigned outrage, SodaStream says its proposed ad for this year's Super Bowl has been rejected for mentioning Coca-Cola and Pepsi.
When it comes to brands as publishers on YouTube, it's typically Red Bull or GoPro's world. But not last week.
Ah, perfume commercials. The beautiful women, the graceful music, the complete lack of logic . . . what's not to love? As the rest of the advertising industry moves forward, scent-inspired ads have stubbornly remained the same.