In a move nobody could have seen coming, Samuel L. Jackson stars in a delightfully random new commercial for the British bakery Warburton’s, and it’s quite possibly one of the greatest ads to ever exist.
In the clever commercial for Warburton’s Toastie loaf, Jackson assumes the rule of the bakery’s chairman Jonathan Warburton as the Pulp Fiction star proceeds to go off on a nasty tweet about the company’s bread. “What gives?!” a fiery Jackson responds. “What gives tweety pie is me – Jonathan Warburton. I GIVE! And hell hath no fury like a baker scorned, Steve.”
Jackson then launches into a highly entertaining romp through the company’s bread-making process that also includes paying a visit to Steve’s mom. You can watch the full Warburton’s commercial below:
When you randomly cut Samuel L. Jackson loose in a bread commercial, people are gonna notice. The Warburton’s ad is already blowing up social media where people can’t believe what they just saw. The spot is particularly melting the minds of UK residents who are familiar with Warburton’s Toastie loaf, which is probably the last product they’d associate with Jackson.
However, international audiences are absolutely loving the ad because, again, it’s Samuel L. Jackson being Samuel L. Jackson in a bread commercial. That’s not something you see every day, and kudos to the ad team who pulled it off. This isn’t their first rodeo.
You can see some of the reactions below:
(Via Warburtons on Twitter)
By Adam S. Levy and Carly Johnson For Dailymail.com
23:58 13 Sep 2023, updated 00:10 14 Sep 2023
A new trailer for the upcoming movie Saw X lampoons a viral commercial Nicole Kidman did for AMC two years ago.
The new ad for the horror film casts Billy the Puppet in the role Kidman had in the initial ad.
Billy the Puppet is seen making his way into a theater with his own twist on the reverent monologue Kidman delivered in the original ad.
‘We come to this place for a reawakening,’ Billy the Puppet said. ‘We come to the theaters to scream, to beg, to play.’
‘That indescribable feeling we get when the lights flicker on and off, and your calls for mercy go unanswered, and you wake up chained in a dirty warehouse, somehow still breathing.’
Billy the Puppet is seen making his way around the theater on a tricycle as scary scenes from the horror anthology are seen playing on the screen.
‘Somehow, self-amputation feels good in a place like this,’ the ghoulish character said. He ended the clip in saying: ‘Traps – they make movies better.’
Saw X, which is due in theaters September 29, is placed in the franchise timeline between the first and second film, and set in Mexico.
Kidman starred in the movie theater chain’s $25+ million multi-media campaign, which included ‘national television advertising across the United States.’
According to an AMC press release at the time, the campaign was the ‘first national advertising program by a major theatrical exhibitor in the history of cinema.’
Most of AMC’s $25+ million in funding on the ad was ‘spent on network television advertising,’ which was ‘used in nine countries in Europe by AMC’s Odeon Cinema Group.’
Aiming to highlight the ’emotion and experience’ of viewing films on the big screen, the theatre chain crafted multiple cinematic commercials, ranging from 60-seconds, 30-seconds and 15-seconds.
They were directed by Academy Award nominee Jeff Cronenweth, known for his directorial work in 2011’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and his brother Tim Cronenweth.
The commercials were thoughtfully written by Captain Phillips screenwriter Billy Ray, who famously earned an Oscar nod for the 2013 biographical thriller.
‘We come to this place for magic,’ narrates Kidman in a 60-second commercial spot.
She can be seen trekking through the rain towards an illuminated AMC theater.
Kidman goes on to say that people often ‘come to AMC theaters to laugh, to cry, to care’ by means of their favorite films.
The Moulin Rouge actress, rocking a fitted pinstripe suit, strolls into one of AMC’s many theaters and, after walking slowly up a slew of dimly lit steps, finds a seat dead center.
‘Because we need that. That feeling we get when the lights begin to dim and we go somewhere we’ve never been before. Not just entertained, but somehow reborn,’ she continues via narration while various films appear on the big screen before her, including Wonder Woman and Creed.
‘Dazzling images on a huge silver screen. Sound that I can feel. Somehow heartbreak feels good in a place like this.
‘Our heroes feel like the best part of us. And stories feel perfect and powerful. Because here… they are,’ the star dramatically concludes.
Each commercial spot, in a clear attempt to combat the rise of home-theatrical releases, stresses that AMC theaters ‘make movies better.’
In a statement to THR at the time, AMC Theatres CEO Adam Aron said he believed it was ‘high time for an industry leader like AMC to go on television to remind today’s audiences of the magic that can only be found in a movie theatre.’
By David Southwell For Daily Mail Australia
05:07 13 Jun 2023, updated 07:28 13 Jun 2023
- TikToker Emma stirs rental debate
- Says she is locked out of buying property
- Mum and two kids living in rented caravan
A mother’s distress at becoming homelessness with her two children has been met with widespread sympathy while also sparking fierce debate.
Emma Lenz, who lives in a rented caravan in the Darling Downs area of southern central Queensland, has unleased at property investors who she says have ‘taken all the houses’.
She lays the blame on property investors, writing: ‘if you own more than one house your greed has left me homeless.
‘I don’t want to pay off your houses, I want to keep one, just one that I’ve paid for for f***’s sake. I hate the world and I hate investors. Give us back our houses you greedy c***s.’
In the video she anticipates a negative reaction to the video.
‘I think one of the biggest reasons people don’t admit to being homeless or talk about it or own it is because when you say you are homeless the stock standard response from every Australian is ‘it’s your own fault’,’ she says.
‘Obviously you have made poor financial choices and obviously that brings a lot of shame and humiliation and it’s desperately unfair.
‘I have paid half a million rent in my time, that’s enough for two houses up here where I live now but I am homeless because when you pay rent you don’t get equity, you don’t get a return on that.’
She says those who accuse of her making poor financial choices don’t realise she had no choice.
‘I wasn’t allowed to buy because my income has never been high enough, I did buy for a couple of years but my ex-husband couldn’t keep a job so we had to sell the apartment and have been renting ever since,’ she says.
‘I have been on my own for 10 years and I am paying an average of $24,000 a year out of a $30,000 income to see rich bastards tell me to see how you would survive if you were paying 80% of your income to rent.
‘Someone recently told me: “Just spend less than what I earn”.
‘Less than what I earn has me homeless.
‘I can’t qualify for housing anywhere in Australia… because I am not a crackhead I don’t qualify for social housing so where the f*** are you Australia, seriously?’
In a later video she explained why she was living in a caravan despite being in a regional area where rents are cheaper than in Australia’s main capital cities.
‘If you are a low income earner on less than $60,000 a year you don’t qualify for a rental, your income has to be three times what the rental is, so around here the rental is $400 a week so you have to be bringing in $1200 of income,’ she said.
‘As a single parent I can only bring in about $700-$800 in a good week.
According to Ms Lenz she would never be able to qualify for a home loan.
‘I am not allowed to buy a house because my income doesn’t service the loan on paper even though I have never missed a week’s rent,’ she said
‘I watched someone get murdered and went home and paid rent that day. I had a baby and paid rent that day.’
‘My ex-husband went completely psychotic. I think that shows I will pay for my housing no matter what.’
While the majority of responses to Ms Lenz were sympathetic some expressed harsh opinions.
‘Get a job,’ said the first one.
‘I’m a single mum and have been for 15yrs. I earn minimum wage. I own my own home. No excuse and you don’t need to be rich to own,’ said another TikTok user.
One told her ‘good luck being so angry and bitter’ to which Ms Lenz posted a reply saying: ‘I am deeply ashamed at how angry and bitter I am’.
Another TikTok user questioned Ms Lenz’s financial claims.
‘Sorry this is what you’re going through. May I ask what kind of job in Australia pays only $30K? Or are you only part-time?’
Ms Lenz confirmed she worked part-time because her son has a disability.
In other TikTok videos she explained her situation saying she had a job that could bring in $100,000 a year, a gardening business and recently got a degree in Fine Arts from Wollongong University.
On her social media she lists her occupation as shearing shed roustabout.
‘I have a couple of jobs. I often go to work at 5am in the morning and try to get home by 9am so I can get the kids to school,’ she says.
‘We are the working poor. We have jobs.’
However, she explains her autistic son can sometimes only go to school for an hour or two a day.
‘I might get four or five days a week I can’t go to work,’ she says but explains her son sometimes comes to work with her.
‘We are working our arses off,’ she said.
‘I don’t take days off, I work weekends as well.’
Ms Lenz said her children, comprising the son and a teenage daughter, had recently come to live with her because they were fleeing domestic violence and came with ‘very few clothes and no shoes’.
The majority of people commenting expressed sympathy or outlined they were in similar situations.
‘My husband and I realised he’s paid off the owner’s mortgage in a little over 10 years already yet rent keeps rising,’ one person wrote.
‘It’s not your fault. There is something broken in this country. I’m sorry for your situation,’ another said.
Another TikTok user noted ‘the financial disparity between men and women, particularly single mothers, is really hitting hard at the moment’.
Some agreed with Lenz that property investment has skewed the market.
‘The rampant speculation into property, because it has become an asset class rather than an abode, is destroying society,’ one person wrote.
Ms Lenz also had a warning that no renter could ‘feel safe’ from becoming homeless.
‘Now you can’t get a rental if you have less than $60,000 (per year),’ she said.
‘Next year it will be $70,000 and the year after that $80,000.’
- Viral singing estate agent makes up her own lyrics to help sell properties
- One video has seen a listing’s views increase from 30-40 a day to over 91,000
It’s a tough housing market out there. House prices are expected to continue falling this year as buyers struggle to stump up the money for homes with mortgage rates climbing and a cost-of-living crisis.
As an estate agent, anything you can do to give your properties an extra push is worth the effort.
So one agent decided that to get ahead of the curve she would add a musical twist to traditional for sale listings.
Claire Cossey, 43, owner and director of Just-Knock estate agency in Bedfordshire, regularly puts her vocal talents to work creating musical walk-through promotional videos of her properties.
And one of her efforts has just gone viral.
‘The Never Ending Property’, a musical tour through The Laurels, a detached five-bedroom, three-bathroom property in Leighton Buzzard, has more than 200,000 views on YouTube after it became a social media sensation.
The estate agent told us there has already been an increase in viewing requests for the property since the video took the internet by storm.
And Cossey has seen a similar uptick in buyer interest when videos for other properties are noticed locally.
In the video, Cossey takes the viewers on a walking tour through the expansive home, singing the praises of its unique features including an in-built dog grooming business, solar panels and a games room.
But this is not the first time she has given homes their own show tunes. With a professional singing career spanning two decades and a part-time job as a singing teacher, Cossey has long been combining her passion of music and real estate to give properties their own musical backing.
‘We are all miserable b*ggers at the moment and it puts a smile on people’s faces,’ she tells This is Money.
‘It’s hilariously fun.’
She was not expecting The Laurels video to go viral.
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The listing has been on property site Rightmove for four months, but came to the attention of the internet when she marked down the price on Wednesday evening.
‘It blew up on Reddit and I had never actually been on Reddit myself,’ she says, before laughing at the news she has been trending on Twitter.
‘You can’t stop me, I’m completely crazy.
‘If it was someone else’s company, they wouldn’t let me, do it, but it’s my company.’
It is also, she says, easy to get owners to agree to the idea. For the featured property the seller is a personal friend of Claire’s, who loved the promotional idea.
‘When they blow up the way this one has it has definitely helps sell the property”
The hardest and most time-consuming part of the process, according to Cossey, is choosing a song and writing new lyrics to fit the property.
‘It is really difficult, I do everything myself,’ she explains.
Once the lyrics are finalised she records the song in her own home studio and loads it on to her phone. It is then played as she shows off the property she’s selling, and lip syncs the words so the music can be added.
For The Laurels – now on the market for £700,000 – it was the size of the property that provided the inspiration.
With all double bedrooms and five reception rooms Claire found inspiration in the theme song to the title movie The Never-ending Story (covered recently in an episode of Stranger Things).
Cossey started making the videos after her and her partner started their own agency in the pandemic after losing their jobs.
But she does not think a catchy video alone will sell a property.
However, the videos also have a secondary more sentimental purpose. She says the recordings provide a ‘keepsake’ for the sellers, who have a lasting memento of their home once they leave. But, true to her profession, it is selling the properties ‘all over the town’ that comes first.’
She added: ‘When they blow up the way this one has, it definitely helps sell the property.’
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Video above: Rihanna teases ‘almost impossible’ Super Bowl halftime showFrom pregame entertainment to commercial breaks and of course, the halftime show, there’s a lot more to the Super Bowl than just football. Here’s a look at the biggest moments from Super Bowl LVII: (All updates in ET)3:15 p.m. ETCardi B teamed with her husband Offset onstage, embraced Serena Williams and later partook with a lively crowd during the rapper’s energetic pre-Super Bowl concert in suburban Phoenix.The Grammy winner joyfully danced and performed her biggest jams from “Up” to “I Like It” at the Hall of Fame party early Sunday. She brought high energy into a laid-back nightclub atmosphere at the Gila River Resorts & Casino in Chandler, Arizona.The crowd rose to their feet and pulled out their phones to capture Cardi B’s show as they recited almost word-for-word all the lyrics during her 30-minute set. She kicked off her performance with “Money” as she pranced across the stage. Offset also joined her onstage to perform their hit “Clout.” Cardi B went on to perform her other hits such as “Finesse” and “Bodak Yellow,” her final song of the night. Afterward, she hugged Williams onstage before the rapper ventured offstage and marched with her security through a sea of audience members, which included comedian Tiffany Haddish, who cheered her on and took selfies and videos of her.Earlier, Offset opened up for his wife, performing “Roc Flair Drip,” “Taste” and played a snippet of “Bad and Boujee” from his former group Migos.The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Video above: Rihanna teases ‘almost impossible’ Super Bowl halftime show
From pregame entertainment to commercial breaks and of course, the halftime show, there’s a lot more to the Super Bowl than just football.
Here’s a look at the biggest moments from Super Bowl LVII:
(All updates in ET)
3:15 p.m. ET
Cardi B teamed with her husband Offset onstage, embraced Serena Williams and later partook with a lively crowd during the rapper’s energetic pre-Super Bowl concert in suburban Phoenix.
The Grammy winner joyfully danced and performed her biggest jams from “Up” to “I Like It” at the Hall of Fame party early Sunday. She brought high energy into a laid-back nightclub atmosphere at the Gila River Resorts & Casino in Chandler, Arizona.
The crowd rose to their feet and pulled out their phones to capture Cardi B’s show as they recited almost word-for-word all the lyrics during her 30-minute set. She kicked off her performance with “Money” as she pranced across the stage.
Offset also joined her onstage to perform their hit “Clout.”
Cardi B went on to perform her other hits such as “Finesse” and “Bodak Yellow,” her final song of the night. Afterward, she hugged Williams onstage before the rapper ventured offstage and marched with her security through a sea of audience members, which included comedian Tiffany Haddish, who cheered her on and took selfies and videos of her.
Earlier, Offset opened up for his wife, performing “Roc Flair Drip,” “Taste” and played a snippet of “Bad and Boujee” from his former group Migos.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Househunters confess they’ve been put off by this advert – but can YOU spot what’s wrong with it?
- House hunters admit they’ve been put off buying by a Rightmove advert
- They spotted a blood-drenched sign that appeared to warn potential buyers
- The sign read ‘KEEP OUT’ while a grim reaper also appears in the creepy pics
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House hunters have revealed how they’ve been put off buying by a Rightmove advert when they spotted a blood-drenched sign that appeared to warn potential buyers to ‘KEEP OUT’.
The three-bed house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users as a reflection in the living room mirror shows the first half of a bright red, blood-stained sign.
Meanwhile, a grim reaper appears to stalk the property as an eerie figure can be seen lurking outside the window.
The middle terrace home, listed on Rightmove by Bairstow Eves, is asking for offers over £180,000 but people pointed out that the residents seem to have forgotten to take down Halloween decorations before having the photos taken.
House hunters confess they’ve been put off by a Rightmove advert when they spotted a blood-drenched sign that appeared to warn potential buyers to ‘KEEP OUT’
Estate agents Bairstow Eves said that the owner wasn’t very happy about the current residents’ choice of horror-themed trimmings as it could ‘affect his property’s marketing’.
The image shows a gold mirror above a fireplace showing the reflection of a bloody wall with a message underneath reading ‘KEEP OUT’ as well as what looks like a statue of the grim reaper peering through the window of the garden.
The estate agents claimed they would have to change the image, however it has remained online since.
The ad described the home as a ‘super investment’ and boasts an entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off-road parking, enclosed rear gardens as well as double glazing and gas central heating.
The three-bed house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users as a reflection in the living room mirror shows the first half of a bright red, blood-stained sign. Meanwhile a grim reaper appears to stalk the property as an eerie figure can be seen lurking outside the window
The ad described the home as a ‘super investment’ and boasts an entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off-road parking, enclosed rear gardens as well as double glazing and gas central heating
The estate agents claimed they would have to change the image, however it has remained online since (Pictured: the outside of the home)
House hunters questioned whether the eerie wall was a Halloween decoration or if the house owner just had odd taste.
One joked: ‘Is there anything I might want to do with the house before taking pictures? Can’t think of anything.’
Another wrote: ‘Do you think that is part of the Halloween theme, or the seller is just a little bit odd?’
A third added: ‘Is the grim spectre of death waiting for the new owner?’
House hunters questioned whether the eerie wall was a Halloween decoration or if the house owner just had odd taste
One commenter said it was perfectly fine to leave Halloween decorations up long after October.
They said: ‘Seller is probably me. Still have Halloween window stickers up from last year as well as our “Santa stop here” window sign.’
Another wrote: ‘It took three years before I agreed to take down the Halloween bat garland.’
One said: ‘I can only hope that they came to take the photos for this at Halloween.’
One said: ‘It’s almost worse that the things aren’t obvious at first glance…’
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WALTHAM, Mass., Dec. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Invivyd, Inc. (Nasdaq: IVVD), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company on a mission to protect humanity from serious viral respiratory diseases, today announced the appointment of Jeremy Gowler as chief operating and commercial officer, effective December 16, 2022, and the promotion of Pete Schmidt, M.D. to chief medical officer, effective immediately.
In his new role Mr. Gowler will oversee operations and commercial activities for the company. Dr. Schmidt will be responsible for overseeing all medical, clinical development and regulatory activities at Invivyd. Dr. Ellie Hershberger, Invivyd’s chief development officer, is departing from the Company, but is anticipated to provide consulting services for development activities.
Mr. Gowler brings 20 years of experience across multiple key commercialization functions throughout the product lifecycle and experience in business development. Prior to joining Invivyd, he has served as the commercial global head of the biopharma business unit of Sandoz, where he was responsible for late-stage clinical trial launches and global product commercialization across their portfolio. Before his time at Sandoz, he held multiple senior commercial roles across the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Mr. Gowler received his Diploma of Technology from The British Colombia Institute of Technology and a B.S. in biology and environmental studies from the University of Victoria.
“Jeremy is a proven leader in the biopharma industry and will be a valued partner to me and to our executive team. His expertise will strengthen Invivyd as we continue to advance our pipeline and will be instrumental in advancing our business priorities,” said David Hering, Invivyd CEO and director.
Dr. Schmidt has served as Invivyd’s vice president of clinical research for the past two years where he was central in advancing adintrevimab into clinical trials. Prior to joining Invivyd, Dr. Schmidt worked in academic research and therapeutics development for neurology, pain, and respiratory products. He is an assistant clinical professor in the Division of Pain Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He received a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell University, an MSc in Epidemiology and Clinical Research from Stanford University and an M.D. from the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
“I am honored to continue working with the team at Invivyd as we advance our pipeline of monoclonal antibodies against COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses,” said Dr. Schmidt. “I feel particularly passionate about addressing the unmet needs of vulnerable populations who are currently facing the worst season of respiratory viruses in recent memory.”
“Pete has been outstanding for this organization, and I am extremely confident that those efforts will be duplicated and exceeded in his new role,” said Hering. “His unique skillset will allow us to seamlessly consolidate the CMO and CDO roles. I would also like to thank Ellie Hershberger for her significant contributions to Invivyd over the past several years, including establishing a strong development team. With Jeremy and Pete’s broad experience and capabilities, we are maximizing resources and remaining laser focused on key priorities. I am extremely excited to add two professionals with their credentials to our leadership team.”
Invivyd, Inc. formerly Adagio Therapeutics (Nasdaq: ADGI), is a biopharmaceutical company on a mission to protect humanity from serious viral respiratory diseases. The company is developing antibodies to transcend the limits of naturally occurring immunity and provide superior protection from viral diseases, beginning with COVID-19. Invivyd’s technology works at the intersection of evolutionary virology, predictive modeling, and antibody engineering, and is designed to identify high-quality, long-lasting antibodies with a high barrier to viral escape. The company is generating a robust pipeline of products for use in both prevention and treatment of disease. NVD200, Invivyd’s first antibody combination product candidate for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19, includes a re-engineered version of adintrevimab, an investigational monoclonal antibody which demonstrated clinically meaningful results against multiple variants of concern in global Phase 2/3 clinical trials for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19, prior to the emergence of Omicron. The safety and efficacy of adintrevimab have not been established. The company also has multiple discovery stage candidates for the prevention of seasonal influenza. Visit www.invivyd.com to learn more.
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