The little-known actors and actresses who star in Super Bowl commercials have one chance to make a career move after their brief but massive moments of fame. Some do. Some don’t.
Besides the endless hype, one thing, for sure, emerged from Sunday night’s Super Bowl commercials: unlikely stars.
Such as the pudgy geek who locks lips with the Go Daddy supermodel.
Or the super-friendly, super-happy white dude who fast-talks Jamaican dialect for Volkswagen.
Or the sexy robot who beats the stuffing out of the guy who touches her Kia.
Source: USA Today
About the “Space Babies” Commercial:
Featuring an awkward “birds and bees” conversation between a curious son and his side-stepping dad, KIA’s Super Bowl “Space Babies” ad has all the trappings of a viral smash.
Mixing sci-fi elements with tongue-in-cheek storytelling, the ad — one of the more elaborate narrative ads of Game Day — stars cute babies and baby animals galore.
Source: Huffington Post
About the “Hotbots” Commercial:
Kia made a statement with its Super Bowl ad for the 2014 Forte with a little help from former Miss USA Alyssa Campanella and a handsy, disrespectful media reporter.
The futuristic Forte is unveiled at a media event by a group of sexy cyborgs born from the likeness of Campanella as a slovenly news writer smears his greasy paws all over the vehicle’s pristine body. The cyborg unleashes a fury of quick strikes that send the reporter flying from the pedestal as she offers him a warning to “respect the tech.”