Tag Archives: Ray-Ban

Product placement in pictures: Neighbors


Neighbors is one of those Judd Apatow movies: a raunchy, profane comedy with sex, T&A, drugs and a lot of four-letter words. I have to admit that I like Apatow-ish movies, but I wouldn’t say I’m a fan of this type of humour. Neighbors is about a young couple (Seth ... Read More »

Product placement slideshow: House of Cards 2

House Of Cards 2

On February 14 American streaming service Netflix released all 13 episodes of House of Cards season 2. The first season became a huge hit in 2013 and in the beginning of February Netflix announced that the show had been renewed for a third season. The series got several Emmy and ... Read More »

Product placement slideshow: House of Cards

Product placement in House of Cards

After Netflix released its TV series House of Cards a lot of unsatisfied viewers vented their frustration on Twitter. Messages such as two below continue to appear on my Twitter feed: “Worst product placement I’ve seen yet: Majority Whip Kevin Spacey in House of Cards asking another congressman about his ... Read More »

Product placement and the film industry: Strange bedfellows of a different kind

* This is guest post written by Kristine King On October 9, 2012 Skyfall, the 23rd installment of James Bond, opened in theaters after a much publicized marketing deal of product integration negotiated by producers for financing the project. This not only allowed the film to move forward, it also ... Read More »

Supercut: sunglasses from the movies

What would you say, which sunglasses had the most memorable appearance in the movies? Ray-Ban in Top Gun, Oakley in Mission: Impossible 2, Oliver Peoples in Fight Club, several slick and modern models in The Matrix or some other brand elsewhere? My choice would be Ray-Ban in Risky Business. I ... Read More »