Tag: Audi

Product placement in pictures: The Intern

A few weeks ago I received a tweet from a colleague asking me if I had seen The Intern, the latest Robert De Niro movie. He was appalled by the huge number…

Product placement in pictures: Fifty Shades of Grey

You probably heard everything that needs to be heard about Fifty Shades of Grey, the bestselling book and the movie adaptation. I’m also sure you’re all familiar with the names of Christian Grey…

Product placement slideshow: Modern Family season 5

American TV show Modern Family recently wrapped up its fifth season. It has received mixed reviews, although it still generated very good ratings. The show has been fairly light on product placement…

Product placement slideshow: Iron Man 3

What can you expect from one of this year’s blockbusters? Big budget, great success at the box office and lots of product placement? Well, you’ll get everything. Iron Man 3 lived up…

Audi R8 remains Iron Man's car

Iron Man 3, the third adventure of Tony Stark is scheduled to be released internationally on April 25 and on May 3, 2013 in the United States. It’s going to be another…

Product placement slideshow: Skyfall

I published a lengthy piece on product placement in the latest Bond movie a couple of months ago in the blog post Product placement in pictures: Skyfall. At that time I could…

Product placement in pictures: This Means War

The only reason I watched This Means War was one notice I found on the internet about a lot of product placement in that movie. To be honest, there was some product…

Which car is vampires' choice: Volvo or Audi?

One of the most interesting and funny commercials from the last Super Bowl was Audi’s ad for the new Audi S7 called Vampire Party. New Audi shows up at a vampire party…

Product Placement in pictures: No Strings Attached

In my previous post Toyota Prius mocked in No Strings Attached I briefly analyzed Toyota Prius’ product placement in the movie No Strings Attached. I’ve also mentioned that the movie included several…

The next big thing? I don’t think so!

In recent months we had an opportunity to see several examples of branded entertainment, especially web series, such as Orbit’s campaign The Prom Date (analysed in the post Is this the future…