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[ADVERTISING] DANIEL CRAIG STARRED IN THE NEW HEINEKEN TV COMMERCIAL-“THE CHASE”

    

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       Spectre 007 out November 6th
Heineken has paired Daniel Craig with a female side-kick in its new $100m (£64m) global ad campaign ahead of the next James Bond film Spectre, a timely coincidence weeks after the 007
actor labelled the spy a “sexist misogynist”.
For almost 20 years Heineken, which is also sinking a considerable sum to promote its sponsorship of the Rugby World Cup which kicked off on Friday,
has always featured a male everyman who gets caught up in an adventure with  Bond  in the   big   budget   TV commercials.
The beer giant has broken with tradition to balance the gender bias to feature a female side-kick who helps Bond out of a scrape in the new campaign,which breaks on TV and in cinemas globally tomorrow Tuesday. The one and a half minutes action burst ad has gained over 6k views immediately it got published on youtube today.

watch here:

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Although unplanned, the theme of the campaign,which starts with a mobile-first debut of the ad on Facebook, coincidentally dovetails with Craig’s
comments earlier this month lamenting the moral   deficiencies of   the Bond character.
The actor, who will be starring as Bond for the fourth and penultimate time in Spectre which opens on 6 November, told  Esquire  magazine   that   the character was “lonely” living a life as a sexist misogynist.
   

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“There is always a lot of criticism [about Bond],” said Hans Erik Tuijt, director of global   sponsorship at   Heineken.     Speaking about the beer brand’s
traditional “man of the world” marketing strategy.“Why not a woman? We thought it was an excellent time to introduce a woman of the world. If you look at other campaigns, it is always a man of the world that saves the day [alongside Bond]. We thought it
was time to introduce a woman of the world [to the campaign]. It is the first time the Heineken character is a woman”. The ad – which features a cameo from Herve Villechaize, who played the evil henchman Nick Nack in 1974 film Man With The Golden Gun – does admittedly see the heroine sport a bikini..Nevertheless, she is portrayed as indispensable in helping save Bond from villains pursuing him –including plenty of shots of Heineken bottles.
The beer brand will feature in the film with Bond likely to take a swig of a beer in a change from his usual beverage of choice of a martini, shaken not stirred.
   In 2012’s Skyfall, Bond is seen taking a sip of Heineken, a move which annoyed some 007 purists. A Heineken spokesman pointed out that despite his
connection with martinis, there are numerous references to Bond enjoying a cold one in Ian Fleming’s original novels and also in films including On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and
Quantum of Solace. “There is no doubt that James Bond will always be
synonymous with ‘shaken not stirred’, but he is a man of the world, so it’s not surprising that a contemporary Bond might enjoy a Heineken beer
occasionally,” said a spokesman.
Heineken is the only partner of the heavily-commercialised Bond film allowed to make an ad starring Craig.
  The beer brand gains exclusive access to the actor playing 007 – other commercial partners have to
settle for only being allowed to show stock footage from Bond films in marketing campaigns – in a
relationship dating back to Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997.The campaign also includes a bold marketing endeavour that will see competition winners attend
a location outside Las Vegas where Heineken will take “the world’s first ever selfie from space”.Heineken has called the event Spyfie, naturally,and has struck a deal with a company called
Urthecast to take an ultra HD image from a camera on a satellite in orbit 600km above the earth’s
surface.“You want to have an integrated campaign,” said Tuijt. “Bond is a very inspiring partnership and you
need a digital touchpoint. We wanted something new, with a spy theme. A Spyfie from space. It is a very Bond-esque location [near] Hoover Dam.”
The campaign also includes more than 500m Spectre branded Heineken bottles that will carry a code to allow fans to unlock exclusive online video
content related to the filming of the movie, such as behind the scenes footage.

…WOW! WE SAY NOW THAT IS ADVERTISING!!

Compiled, edited by: @djshyluckjimmy
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Posted by: thebrandradioblog.

Credits: Marksweeney

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