For those who have ever questioned Ashton Kutcher's acting chops, the Popchips World Wide Lovers ad campaign may have them thinking otherwise. Granted, it might not convince people that he is the right man to play Steve Jobs, but it is pretty impressive how he is able to nail four very different personalities in one day.
Conceived and executed by American creative agency Zambezi, the Popchips World Wide Lovers ad campaign revolves around a fake dating site that features Kutcher taking on the role of a new age hippie, flamboyant fashion designer, Bollywood film producer and sensitive Harley-loving biker--all of whom are looking for love. The video cleverly links to a Facebook page that allows people to deliver one of the four a personal love message or to set them up with a friend.
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Research: 11,146 clicks in 212 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: Popchips World Wide Lovers
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Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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