Continuing with the theme of my giant head being inside of giant things that people are trying to sell to other people, we have this great new spot for Creditcards.com. I can’t tell you how fun it was being inside that giant credit card costume all day, because after about 20 minutes it wasn’t anymore!
Not sure if this is airing or running online anywhere, but I finally figured out to go and check Terry Timely’s site. The only effects in this shot are the “graphics” on the TV screen: my head is really inside a giant wooden TV, and there’s a little miniature hotel room in perspective (with working lights!).
That thing was heavy as hell, I could barely go 30 seconds without my ankle giving out.
We screw up a lot and it’s worth watching us do it, lest you think we’re all perfect and god-like.
I’m a few days late, but anyone who’s anyone has probably already seen this. Episode 2, guest starring Emma Caulfield.
It really helps if you not only watch it but comment on it, share it, Tweet it… do all of those social network-y things!
Check it out, in all of its Eliza Dushku-ness. Make sure you not only watch it but share it, rate it, comment on it, cook a romantic meal for it… whatever it takes to get the word out.
Maybe you’ve already seen ‘em, but if you haven’t here they are: three internet commercials for Arby’s luscious Reuben sandwich. I’m pretty sure their slogan isn’t “It’s like putting sex in your mouth”, but it should be! Produced by the eminently creative team at HLG Films.
Some exciting stuff landed in my inbox this week, thanks to a Google Alert I have set up for my own name (doesn’t everybody?). Needless to say, it all references Leap Year Season 2, but it’s always great to see your name in print. Or LCD.
- tubefilter - Great article that goes into some detail about HLG Films, and the results of the first season on Hiscox brand awareness.
- Hollywood Reporter – A bit lighter reading than the tubefilter article, but it’s still my name in Hollywood Reporter.
- PR Newswire – Not that impressive in and of itself since it’s just where all the press releases go, but it’s a nicely-written article and again, my name is in it.
- Pontiac Daily Leader – I think “Drew” and “Lanning” appeared somewhere in this article, because it sure had nothing to do with me. In the interests of full transparency I’m posting it anyway.