Liam Neeson tries to make the future save for TV in Super Bowl commercial

Liam Neeson tries to make the future save for TV in Super Bowl commercial

Screen-shot-2016-02-01-at-9.26.08-am

Feed-twFeed-fb

Who knew flat-screen TVs could be made so dramatic?

Liam Neeson meets with a younger version of himself — played by the actor’s real-life son Micheál Neeson — to discuss the time-traveling transport of LG’s OLED television from the future in the electronics company’s first-ever Super Bowl ad

The plot, if there is one, is not easily untangled. But the threat of some unnamed nefarious force that apparently wants to halt the TV’s release makes the 60-second spot, which was produced by Ridley Scott, feel more like a trailer for a sci-fi thriller than a prosaic consumer electronics commercial. It ends with the younger Neeson inexplicably riding off on a motorcycle into a Tron-like maze. Read more…

More about Lg, Business, Advertising, and Liam Neeson


Source: Mashable 3d printer
Liam Neeson tries to make the future save for TV in Super Bowl commercial