Ferrell will star in GM x Netflix’s Super Bowl commercial for electric vehicles – Hollywood Life
Will Ferrell There is a flash of news at the beginning of the joint partnership of GM and Netflix commercial because LVII Super Cup. “General Motors is going electric and Netflix is joining in by bringing in more electric vehicles [electric vehicles] in their movies and shows, anchor said the star. But he wasn’t in San Diego in the first place. He’s in Las Vegas, specifically on the set of the original Netflix movie Army of the Dead. After all, Will muses that if you’re about to face a legion of zombies, “why not be surrounded while in the EV?”
Since then, Will was “voluntary abduction” because Squid game and begin a tour of the Netflix library. However, Will says the streaming giant won’t interfere with electric cars if they don’t fit. In situations like with Vanessa Lachey from Love is blind? Sure? But back in the 1980s, it was the opposite Priah Ferguson from Strange things? Are not. Bridgerton? Are not. “But, anywhere else makes sense? Why not make more of those electric cars?” Will thought. “It’s the least you can do.”
IN expanded tradeWill interact more with Netflix colleagues, including Jonathan Van Ness And Antoni Porowski from Strange eyes. It also gives viewers a chance to see GM’s line of electric vehicles, including the MC HUMMER EV, GMC Sierra EV Denali, Cadillac LYRIQ, Chevrolet Silverado EV and Chevrolet Blazer EV. Plus, fans learn the name of the zombie that infected Will: it’s Gordon, as in Gordon Tarpley, professional actor/artist and IG personality who bit Will.
“Just a trailer… Nice to see the full @Generalmotors ad next weekend!” Gordon shared on IG the day before the full ad went live. “It was exciting to be involved. Big thanks to @justin.raleigh and @fracturedfxinc for throwing my name in the polls and @jkelmakeup for making me look so beautiful on this day!”
“At Netflix, we create shows and movies that can influence culture and spark meaningful conversations,” said. Marian LeeNetflix’s Director of Marketing, in a preNetflix’sase. “From TikTok dance trends inspired by Wednesday In-depth discussion on climate change with Don’t Look Up, We know that entertainment can motivate fans and inspire connections. GM is a cultural leader in the auto industry, and we’re proud to partner with them in their efforts to amplify the presence of electric vehicles in our shows and movies. “
In addition to increasing the on-screen EV, Netflix will act “to become more sustainable behind the camera in its productions by optimizing energy use, then electrifying and decarbonizing the rest.” again. To learn more, visit: Sustainability.Netflix.com.”
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