We were watching The Goonies (1985) tonight and I noticed that in the initial scenes one of the characters is rather prominently holding a Pepsi in his hand. I know product placement has been a ...
Inevitably products that are on sale pop up all the time like cars, whisky and phones. If the props department happens to use an Audi, Jack Daniels or an iphone, do they get in touch with them and see ...
Since the early days of the Big Bang Theory, Penny's character (and later Bernadette for a time) has worked at The Cheesecake Factory. Clearly, this chain of restaurants has some sort of advertising ...
In 1984, the movie Gremlins teamed up with Hardees to sell a set of LPs that came along with the movie: Each week a different record would be sold, thus, each week, parents had to take their ...
The main promotional image of Netflix's House of Cards shows Kevin Spacy's character of Frank Underwood sitting in place of Lincoln on the Lincoln Monument against a silvery background: What kind ...
Why are American movies often promoted abroad with titles -in English- that are different from the originals? [duplicate]
Translating a title makes perfect sense to me. Altering a title to something else in the original language? More confusing. Several examples from France in particular are Pitch Perfect: The Hit ...
What commercial was first aired showing the use of animals? What was this animal and when was the commercial aired?
Today I completed Bourne Trilogy and noticed a thing very interesting. They used Motorola as cell phone for each person in the movie which is very impractical. I have seen such thing in other movies ...
Hi I'm trying to identify an actress that I saw in a commercial in the early 2000s. The advert was shown on uk tv and was promoting Impulse body spray. In the story a woman (the actress) heads in to ...