Topic: Clint Eastwood

How Lego’s Marketing Vp Led the Awesome Team that Stole the Oscars

Adweek’s 2015 Brand Genius winner for toys

If there was moment at the 2015 Oscars that turned more heads than host Neil Patrick Harris in his underwear, it was how Lego turned an Academy snub into the…

How Lego Designed Its Own Oscar and Stole the Show

Michael McNally on the night's hottest souvenir

The best thing about the Oscars ceremony last night might very well have been pop band Tegan and Sara's performance of Everything Is Awesome, the least ironic song ever written,…

Fox Sells Out the Super Bowl

In-game spots fetch $4 million per :30

Fox has sold the last of its available in-game Super Bowl spots, securing an average rate of $4 million per 30 seconds of airtime for the Feb. 2 broadcast. Media buyers…

Chrysler Goes From Eminem and Clint to Ron Burgundy?

A fictional anchorman backs the Dodge Durango

Eminem, Clint Eastwood, Paul Harvey and Ron Burgundy? Yes, Burgundy, the fictional anchorman played by Will Ferrell, is the latest celebrity to align himself to a Chrysler brand, in this case,…

The New King of Super Bowl Ads

With three more in this year's big game, Wieden + Kennedy becomes the shop for big spots

If there were an award for Super Bowl advertising, Wieden + Kennedy would probably win that one, too. The agency has been the belle of Cannes and the Emmys, winning 45…

Wieden, Beyond 'Halftime'

A smash Super Bowl spot kicks off a winning season for much-admired Stumptown shop

It takes a fool to create something ingenious, says Chrysler global marketing chief Olivier François. In other words, if you’re blissfully unaware of boundaries, you may create something extraordinary—say, an…

Super Bowl Ads Generate $11 Million in Free Media Impressions

Kantar Video study sees huge upside in postgame play

Online views have effectively returned a huge chunk of Honda’s Super Bowl investment, as the automaker earned itself some $4.42 million in free media impressions in the three days after…