The provocative director returns with a sunny stoner comedy starring Matthew McConaughey and Snoop Dogg. We talked to him about, well, everything.
"Parents, please, talk to your kids about the dangers of these energy drinks."
While most advertisements are steering clear of the 2016 election, there are a few brands that have been brave enough to jump into the race.
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Super Bowl 50 was a boring game. Most of its commercials were too. Like the poor guy in AstraZeneca's opioid-induced constipation ad, I kept longing for something truly big to happen, but I too was poop out of luck.
There's a line between cute and horrifying. That line was crossed.
You might want to put down that bottle of coke.
The advertising around DEWShine is similarly old-timey and backwoods. A TV commercial for the drink, embedded above, shows
America's heartland is keeping Mountain Dew alive, even if the coasts ignore it.
The cult of Mountain Dew is alive and well.
PepsiCo-owned Mountain Dew has little reason to fear its resurrected rival, Surge. Coke has tried. The company launched Mello
By the way, here's a little mental health advice: If you're ever feeling that enraged, sit down, take some deep breaths, and