Frame Denim enlists Willem Dafoe to star in its spring-summer 2016 campaign. The 60 year-old actor follows in the footsteps of Matt Dillon, who fronted the brand’s fall advertisements. Photographed by Maciek Kobielski, Dafoe poses for casual images styled by Jay Massacret. Show More Summary
From a hungry, dress-wearing Willem Dafoe to frozen-in-time Scott Baio, celebrity endorsements during Super Bowl were a big hit.
Actor Willem Dafoe appeared in the Super Bowl commercial for Snickers that many are saying is transphobic. You might remember Snickers for their ad last year with the Brady Bunch where Marsha appears to be Danny Trejo until she eats her Snickers and becomes herself again playing off their slogan...
Willem Dafoe is the latest hangry celebrity to portray someone that's not themselves when they need a Snickers bar, and he has the honor of portraying Marilyn Monroe's iconic flying skirt scene. It's much more fun than real celebrity meltdowns that go viral. Show More Summary
Some people watch the Super Bowl simply for the commercials, and this year Willem Dafoe’s Snickers spot is hilariously delicious, as it sees the award-winning actor channeling Marilyn Monroe from The Seven Year Itch. In what’s considered one of the most iconic scenes (and dresses) in movie history, Monroe dons a white dress by costume... Show More Summary
From Drake shilling for T-Mobile to Willem Dafoes Marilyn Monroe drag, here are the best, weirdest, and most shameless of this years Super Bowl commercials.
The part of Max Schreck was written specifically for Willem Dafoe.
Millennials' sweet tooth be damned. Snickers appears to be courting older viewers of the Super Bowl with an ad featuring 60-year-old actor Willem Dafoe as a grumpy Marilyn Monroe. As Snickers did last year with Danny Trejo mixing itShow More Summary
We are only days away from Superbowl 50 and already the rumor train is going full steam with bookies breaking the bank with bets from people hoping to hit the jackpot and the possibility that this could be the legendary Peyton Manning’s final run for the crown. Not surprising however is the hype for the ever popular Superbowl […]
Over the years, Snickers has been responsible for producing some of the funniest commercials on TV, and they've done it yet again with Willem Dafoe getting his Marilyn Monroe on.Click To Continue Reading
These are getting weird… We're just four days away from America's favorite Holiday, and in today's world of instant gratification that means we're already getting Sunday's commercials for some reason. That's not necessarily a complaint because they're usually HIGHlarious, but it would be nice if some companies actually saved their surprises for the Super Bowl itself. Video: Amy [...]
Willem Dafoe possesses a very hungry Marilyn Monroe in Snickers' new Super Bowl 50 commercial.
The Fault in Our Stars actor recreates the iconic scene over a subway grate from The Seven Year Itch The post Willem Dafoe is Marilyn Monroe in New Super Bowl Spot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Some like it hot — but others can at least get a laugh out of the sight of dramatic actor Willem Dafoe clad in a white dress and pearl earrings grumbling his way through an iconic movie scene. It turns out that Marilyn Monroe looks a...Show More Summary
After having great success on last year's Super Bowl with Danny Trejo and Steve Buscemi, Snickers has gone with Willem Dafoe and Eugene Levy for this year's spot—which rolled out online Wednesday. The spot, from BBDO New York, imagines...Show More Summary
Isabelle Huppert has also joined the cast The post The Sleeping Shepherd Casts Willem Dafoe, Michael Pitt & Imogen Poots appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Snickers has become a mainstay in the Super Bowl landscape. It has especially found its niche with commercials built around someone not being who they truly are when they are hungry. First there was a Betty White playing flag football. Show More Summary
In each scene with Detective Donald Kimball (Willem Dafoe), Mary Harron asked Defoe to portray his character three different ways: 1) Kimble knew Patrick Bateman killed Paul Allen, 2) Kimball didn't know Bateman killed Allen, and 3) Kimball wasn't sure if Bateman killed Allen. Show More Summary
Pixar’s Finding Dory will feature several returning voices from Finding Nemo, including Albert Brooks, Willem Dafoe, and, of course, Ellen Degeneres. However, the upcoming sequel is also filled with new characters voiced by an ensemble of talented actors and actresses, including Idris Elba, Dominic West, Diane Keaton, Ed O’Neil, and Eugene Levy. Show More Summary
Bringing together the unstoppable force and the immovable object of, let’s say, aggressive acting choices, Willem Dafoe has signed on to Nicolas Cage’s upcoming crime thriller Dog Eat Dog. Directed by Paul Schrader, the movie will adapt Eddie Bunker’s novel about a trio of criminals forced to go on the run after a botched kidnapping. Show More Summary