Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd’s Commercial 2021
Seth Rogen, one of Hollywood’s most famous comedians, has released a new commercial for this Sunday’s Super Bowl. It’s called “Golden Memories,” and it features his real-life bestie Paul Rudd.
In this commercial, Rogen and Rudd are reminiscing about their long friendship. They share stories of how they had adventures that always included Lay’s potato chips. And it’s really funny!
This isn’t the first time that Rudd and Rogen have worked on a commercial together, but it’s probably the best. They’ve previously made a pair of hilarious videos for Lay’s that had me laughing out loud.
They also made a commercial for an upcoming movie, Good Boys, which features Jacob Tremblay as a young teen who gets caught up in a bad situation when he decides to play Spin the Bottle. It’s a pretty funny film, and it’s great to see them in a different situation than they normally are.
Besides Rogen, the rest of the cast are pretty amazing in this spot. They include a lot of talented actors who aren’t known for their comedy. They include a few of my favorites, such as Stephen Tablowski (who plays Ned) and Brian Doyle Murray (who plays Buster).
This spot has been re-airing on YouTube recently, and it’s really hilarious! You’ll definitely have to check it out if you haven’t already. It’s a bit of a different take on the classic ’80s jingle.
It’s the perfect combination of comedy and ad humor. It’s also very well shot, and the music is fantastic. The commercial was able to be so effective because it has a very slick feel to it.
Another classic commercial is a spot for Samsung from Super Bowl 47 that finds Seth Rogen running into Paul Rudd in the company’s office lobby. It’s a pretty simple setup, but it’s got an incredibly clever twist on the traditional office lobby scene.
The commercial is a great example of how some of the most popular actors can be used in a spot without it being too cheesy or over the top. It’s a nice change from the typical car commercial where a car is being driven through an empty parking lot, and it also works because of the humor that it brings to the table.
This ad, which is actually from the mid-90s, is another example of how the commercial industry has changed. It’s no longer just about the characters, but rather how they’re used in the context of the ad. It’s an extremely clever way of making a product seem more sexy and fun, and it’s an incredible feat of cinematography.
Aside from being a really funny commercial, it also has a really great song that I’m sure everyone will be singing along to. It’s a re-worked version of the song from the 90s ‘Old Spice Man’ commercial, which is also a very good commercial and has become one of my favorite ads.
While the actor’s character doesn’t stay static in our pop-culture consciousness, they do move on and build lives beyond the 30-second spot. That’s what makes them so special!