- Monday, Feb. 8, 2016
Super Bowl 2016’s advertising extravaganza featured four commercials edited by Cut+Run’s Jay Nelson, Steve Gandolfi and Isaac Chen.
Jay Nelson created an epic edit for Heinz “Weiner Stampede” via agency David and directed by Biscuit’s Jeff Lowe. Set to the classic “Without You,” the spots invite viewers to #MeetTheKetchups with a stampede of irresistible dogs embracing their favorite companions.
Check the “Walken Closet”…Steve Gandolfi crafted a colorful edit for KIA’s Super Bowl spot via agency David&Goliath and directed by Matthijs Van Heijningen. The commercial features Christopher Walken who surprises an unsuspecting man in beige with a lesson about not blending in and adding "pizzaz."
Jeff Goldblum is “Movin’ On Up” with Lil Wayne and George Washington in Apartments.com’s Super Bowl spot. Created by agency RPA, edited by Steve Gandolfi, and directed by Andreas Nilsson, the spot features Brad Bellflower who commandeers a piano for his rendition of The Jeffersons iconic theme song while he heads to the ‘deluxe apartment in the sky.’ There, Brad meets the reimagined George (George Washington) and Weezy (Lil Wayne) who are hosting, naturally, a Super Bowl party.
History never tasted so good: Isaac Chen edited Jack In The Box’s Super Bowl spot "Declaration of Delicious" is narrated by a bald eagle and stars Jack as the patriotic leader in the battle of the burger. Directed by Caviar’s Ruben Fleischer for agency David&Goliath, this is a true American burger story - the launch of the Double Jack.
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