YouTube music group Karmin may very well be following the footstep of Justin Bieber, the first YouTuber to enter the stardom of the mainstream. The duo started out covering songs and making a few of their own, going viral last year with their Look At Me Now rap cover.
It seems for the past 15 years Hollywood has run completely dry on new movie ideas. As a result, they have ended up pumping out countless remakes and even movies based on ideas that have no place on the big screen. Like board games (Battleship, cough, cough).
Now comes another concept that makes a great game, but a feature film? Not so much. We’re talking, of course, about one of the world’s most famous video games, Tetris.
As creator Warialasky even says, “If Battleship get’s its own movie, why not Tetris?” Good point. Also, Tetris looks like a better movie.
We all recognize them when we see them. Stock photos fill up Sunday paper clothing ads, infomercials, and more.
To show the extent Getty Images has gone through databasing nearly every possible stock image, they hired Almap BBDO to advertise for them in a special way.
Almap BBDO tirelessly scoured through millions of stock photos to create this magical one minute stop motion film, ‘From Love to Bingo,’ telling the story of first falling in love to old age old and playing bingo.