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Ram Product Placement Film Looks Awful, and the Studio Knows It

Having your vehicles prominently featured in a big-ticket Hollywood movie is any automaker’s dream, but Ram’s starring role in the upcoming movie Monster Trucks has turned into a nightmare. Apparently, the film is so awful that Paramount Pictures has delayed its release three times and taken the odd step of booking a $115 million impairment […] The post Ram Product Placement Film Looks Awful, and the Studio Knows It appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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