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Moms of HBO Actors Recite Crude Dialogue From Their Shows in Fun Ad for Mother's Day

If you're Danny McBride's mom, watching Vice Principals on HBO, you've ... gotta be proud? Or are you cringing a little every time he opens his mouth? In a fun Mother's Day ad for the network, agency Mekanism assembled six mothers of HBO stars and had them recite reprehensible lines of dialogue that their offspring...
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May 12, 2017
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Give Mom some better dialogue this weekend
By Tim Nudd
If you're Danny McBride's mom, watching Vice Principals on HBO, you've ... gotta be proud? Or are you cringing a little every time he opens his mouth? In a fun Mother's Day ad for the network, agency Mekanism assembled six mothers of HBO stars and had them recite reprehensible lines of dialogue that their offspring...
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A new perspective on work-life balance
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American Express shows how they compare to millennials
By Erik Oster
During a panel discussion at its American Express Innovation showcase today, American Express unveiled the results of a study it commissioned and Forrester Consulting conducted that examined the brand expectations of Gen Z. The study, "Raising the Bar: How Gen Z Expectations Are Reshaping Brand Experiences," involved 1,027 North American Gen Y (23- to 37-year-old)...
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Amnesty campaign also tops Design and Cross-Platform
By Tim Nudd
One of the simplest and most compelling designs of the past year--Ogilvy New York's lifejacket-inspired flag for the 10-athlete Refugee Nation at last summer's Olympics--has been named Best of Show at The One Show for 2017. The campaign, supported by Amnesty International, also included a national anthem and a program to recycle old lifejackets into...
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What better way to confess your love?
By Angela Natividad
Young love. It's fragrant in the air and in the springtime current of advertising, attacking from all sides like pollen. But where yesterday Mexican telecom Movistar gave us a smartphone-driven cautionary tale, today French grocer Monoprix offers something gentler, if just as improbable. For the client's 85th anniversary, Paris agency Rosapark has released "Label of...
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JWT campaign raises awareness and funds
By David Gianatasio
It's a sad fact: Many mothers in the world today are really just scared, desperate kids themselves, struggling against impossible odds to grow up healthy and happy along with their children. Save the Children estimates that 2.5 million underage girls give birth against their will each year. And every seven seconds, a girl under 15...
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Y&R's study in deception
By Angela Natividad
This went places we didn't see coming. For mobile company Movistar, Y&R Mexico created "Love Story," a bittersweet tale of blossoming adolescent romance. (But you know that isn't really true, don't you?) The film starts with a young boy receiving a friend request from a girl. Over time, they get closer. Often it's cute; elsewhere,...
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Keith Cartwright picks his 3 favorite campaigns
By Tim Nudd
Guinness has a legendary advertising history dating back to John Gilroy's famous illustrations of the 1930s and '40s, created via ad agency S.H. Benson, featuring the zoo keeper and his animals, including the famous pint-balancing toucan, enjoying the Irish stout. The brand has also unleashed countless renowned TV spots, from the Rutger Hauer "Pure Genius"...
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