A little while back, I mentioned here a series of wonderfully oddball and extremely funny ads for a mobile telephone company in England, Orange. As I noted, these are basically a series of commercials that run in British movie theaters. The premise is that the company supposedly has a division, the Orange Film Board, that finances movies, run by recurring character, Mr. Dresden and Mr. Elliot. Well-known movie stars regularly pitch ideas for films -- or one of their movies is being made, and the executives offer creative input.
The first one I posted was with Mena Suvari. Here's one that's just joyously goofy with Sean Astin, not long after the Lord of the Rings movies were released.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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