Clooney Does Honda Ad in Milan, Still the Man
September 26th, 2008 11:17 AM Share
George Clooney, the celebrity noted for breaking into Casinos, bringing a little compassion to Fred Friendly, breaking out of prison, double-killing vampires, and being a pretty lousy Batman is expanding his resume. This time, he’s doing an ad for the Japanese domestic market Honda Odyssey (completely different from the American version) over in Milan. And that’s a global world for you: American actor, Italian film set, car that’ll be sold only in Asia.
Published September 26th, 2008 11:17 AM
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- ToolGuy Nice car. Does this company still make sedans?
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- Jimbo1126 Even my mother, certainly no big car fan, commented that the Mark Vi was the ugliest car she'd ever seen.38,391 in 1980 to 38,398 in 1981 is an increase of 7. :)
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"I always find it amusing at how many A-list actors and actresses won’t make ads in America because they want Americans to think that pitching products is somehow beneath them, but then think that it’s okay to do this Europe and Japan." 99% of Americans will never get to watch Japanese commercials where they endorse Pocky Sticks. So their image in the US remains intact while they cash Japanese checks and no one's the wiser.
Yeah, a not-so-secret is that Clooney's a corporate whore elsewhere, but in the U.S. he's just a whiney celebrity and self-certified genius.