With 49 years of memories from the Super Bowl Mercedes-Benz wanted to showcase a ride that would fit the celebration. It is the golden anniversary of the Super Bowl so why not go to the game in style with a golden car? Taking part in Super Bowl 50 festivities Jamie Foxx and Extra Host Charissa Thompson joined Mercedes-Benz for a ride in the Iron Schöckl. Set up outside of AT&T Park as a way for the brand to engage fans, the Iron Schöckl features a G-Class SUV, one of the most powerful and rugged models in the Mercedes-Benz lineup. Its capabilities were on display as Charissa cruised down a 45-degree angled steel ramp.
We are two days away from the Panther and Broncos facing off. Mtn Dew is giving a nod to their first in-game Super Bowl ad in more than 15 years by partnering with wide receiver Brandon Marshall, pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald and radio personality Mike Greenberg, to root on a real puppy, a real monkey and a real baby as they made their Super Bowl picks at the NFL Experience in the Moscone Center in San Francisco yesterday. The three awesome visionaries were brought together to tease the much-anticipated arrival of the Mtn Dew Kickstart “puppymonkeybaby” commercial, which will air in-game during the first quarter of Super Bowl 50.
In conjunction with the release of four new, bold Mtn Dew Kickstart flavors, “puppymonkeybaby,” the TV commercial for Mtn Dew Kickstart, a beverage that fuses three awesome things – DEW, real fruit juice and a kick of caffeine – stars a quirky, albeit endearing character that is also comprised of three awesome things fans love in a Super Bowl commercial – a puppy, a monkey and a baby. “Puppymonkeybaby” brings guys just the right amount of kick to spark a damn good time, anytime, anywhere…just like Mtn Dew Kickstart.
Playboy is doing something that some people might scratch their heads at. There will be no nudity. Yes, you read that correctly. The magazine company will officially unveil the most highly-anticipated issue in its 62-year history at the company’s annual party during Super Bowl weekend tomorrow night in San Francisco. The long-awaited March 2016 issue, which is on newsstands Friday, February 12, first created headlines last fall when the company announced it would no longer feature explicit nudity in the pages of its magazine.
Over the past six months, Playboy’s editorial team has been rethinking and redesigning the storied publication, using the intellectual, artistic and literary powerhouse years of the 1960s Playboy as their guiding light. The result is a Playboy magazine for a new generation, full of fresh contributors, new regular features, and an entirely contemporary take on photographing the beautiful women who have made the publication one of the most enduring and successful of all time.
Although the women in the new Playboy magazine don’t bare it all, it doesn’t mean that the March issue is not one of the sexiest in Playboy’s history. This month’s cover model is Snapchat/Instagram luminary Sarah McDaniel as the star of a stunning social media concept cover and pictorial; the March Playmate is Dree Hemingway, whose mother, actress Mariel Hemingway appeared in Playboy in 1982; and artist and model Myla Dalbesio works her magic by taking her own photos for the issue.
Inside the new pages, cover model Sarah McDaniel perfectly describes Playboy’s fresh point of view when she says, “The idea was to look at me from a boyfriend’s perspective.” The pictorials in the March issue are intimate looks at these beautiful women with a very real, relaxed vibe.
The new Playboy magazine include a section called the Francofile – the return of a high-profile interview every month by resident Renaissance man James Franco. Rabbit Hole – the maestro of miscellany Ben Schott’s monthly take on the subject of his choice. This month, appropriately enough, it’s “nudity.”
My Way – Entrepreneurial inspiration by those brave enough to follow their dreams.
Playboy Advisor – the magazine’s most famous column will now be written by a woman, columnist Rachel Rabbit White.
Artist In Residence – each month will feature an original artist. For March it’s artist and cartoonist Jay Howell.
No Filter – We give the mic to a woman who’s making waves in entertainment.
Politics – Each month will feature an essay from political columnist John Meroney.
I have had the pleasure of visiting New Orleans. It is a city like no other. I haven’t had the chance to be there during Mardi Gras. I hear that is one of most incredible parties of all time. If you won’t be able to celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans we got the next best thing for you. They are cocktails inspired from that city! As always please enjoy responsibly.
0.75 oz. Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum
0.75 oz. Captain Morgan White Rum
2 oz. passion fruit juice
1 oz. orange juice
Juice of half a lime
1 tbsp. simple syrup
1 tbsp. grenadine
Orange slice and cherry for garnish
Directions: Add Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, Captain Morgan White Rum, passion fruit juice, orange juice, lime juice, simple syrup and grenadine into a shaker. Shake and pour into crushed ice-filled hurricane glass or other specialty glass. Garnish with orange and cherry.
1.25 oz. Captain Morgan Black Spiced Rum
0.75 oz. fresh lemon juice
0.5 oz. honey
1 lemon wedge
Directions: Combine liquid ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until cold. Strain into a glass and garnish with a lemon wedge.
0.5 oz. Cranberry juice
Directions: Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake and pour into a shot glass.
1.5 oz. Captain Morgan Cannon Blast
Directions: Pour Captain Morgan Cannon Blast in a shaker with ice. Shake and pour into a shot glass.
Bud Light is now letting us see some of their Super Bowl ads already. There is are a ton of cool cameos in this one. Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen are back it once again looking to unify America. Also make sure you look out for the other Budweiser as with Actress Helen Mirren.
Budweiser is using the bright lights of advertising’s biggest stage to launch a bold new campaign that takes on the issue of driving drunk in an unexpected, unorthodox and powerful way. Budweiser’s new 60-second broadcast spot featuring Helen Mirren – called “Simply Put” – stands apart from the typical drunk driving PSA by forcefully calling out drivers to #GiveADamn and protect their lives and the lives of others, in a tone that only Mirren can deliver.
If you can’t wait for the Super Bowl commercials we got you covered. Check out the latest ad from Skittles with none other than Steven Tyler. The lead singer of Aerosmith give his portrait that is made up of the delicious candy a singing lesson. This is the first television commercial in the brand’s long-running “Taste the Rainbow” campaign to feature a real-life celebrity. It was inspired by a trend of Skittles fans making things out of Skittles (pictures, recipes, stop-motion films, etc.), and Steven’s interaction with his “Skittles portrait” brings the concept to life in a way we think fans will enjoy.
This is only the second time Skittles has advertised in the Super Bowl.
It seems that were are a ton of cop shows out there. Colin Quinn feels the same way. The Saturday Night Live alum recently debuted Season 2 of his popular mock docuseries Cop Show on L/Studio, the Lexus-owned digital content channel. Season 2 features guest stars Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Buscemi, Seth Meyers, Irina Shayk, Jim Norton, Steve Guttenberg and many others.
“Cop Show has gone to a new level this time. A level not thought about since Dante’s literary masterpiece,” said Colin Quinn. “Cop Show is to the cops what The Godfather is to the mafia. Most shows get so caught up in trying to entertain, they forget what they’re really supposed to be doing.”
Following the success of season 1, L/Studio picked up the comedic Web series for two more seasons, a 16-episode order that demonstrates the platform’s commitment to support passion projects and deliver creative entertainment. Watch the second season, and catch up on season 1, here: http://www.lstudio.com/.
The Reebok Classic Furylite, which was adapted from the game-changing Instapump Fury of the 90’s, is the perfect profile to incorporate fashionable treatments and bold patterns. This season, the Furylite Cloud Pack is the go-to shoe for those wanting to stand out from the crowd of dull styles. Inspired by the theme of “Order & Chaos”, this trendy pack merges together two distinct and powerful patterns, clouds and camouflage, to highlight its sleek shape.
The Furylite already combines a cutting edge look with incredible comfort, perfect for sneaker heads looking to stay light on their feet. By adding pops of color and textural designs, the Furylite design is further elevated, giving it the urban edge that accompanies this contemporary running silhouette.
The Reebok Classic Furylite Cloud Pack is available for $74.99 at Reebok.com, Finish Line, Villa and Urban Outfitters.
There are so many political ads and fake promises to make us all sick. We are getting tired of both the Republican and Democratic parties. How about a new party to believe in? The Bud Light Party steps onto the national stage today with a mission to unite modern beer drinkers. The new campaign from America’s most inclusive beer brand will celebrate bringing people together – for fun – over a beer. The Bud Light Party is the first campaign to bring to life Bud Light’s new “Raise One to Right Now” tagline, designed to provide a unique and light-hearted Bud Light perspective on timely cultural moments – starting with Super Bowl 50.
Right now there is nothing more timely or talked about than the presidential election. At a time when debates get heated and “unfriending” is at an all-time high, The Bud Light Party offers something everyone can agree on. A party that invites everyone. A party that knows how to party. A party that isn’t a political party at all.
Leading this humor-based campaign is comedic duo Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen – the faces of The Bud Light Party. Starting with a Super Bowl ad and continuing in national broadcast and digital creative throughout the year, Schumer and Rogen will rally beer drinkers to put their differences aside and agree to agree on Bud Light.
No, Toronto Blue Jays star Josh Donaldson is not pulling a Bo Jackson. He is not playing football for the Minnesota Vikings. He is starring the in History Channels mega hit show “Vikings.” The 2015 American League MVP will play the role of “Hoskuld,” a Viking warrior of great skill, in an episode that will air later this year as part of the fourth season. Two-time All-Star Donaldson will film in Ireland this week. Donaldson is a massive fan of “Vikings” and recently tweeted a photo unveiling a striking, new Viking hairstyle inspired by the character “Ragnar.”