His organ donation card also lists his beard.
He’s a lover, not a fighter. But he’s also a fighter so don’t get any ideas.
The one shown above is entitled Snooker and gives us a new voice-over introduction to The Most Interesting Man In The World. The other two featured in the series give us his opinions on Rollerblading and on Life (both shown below).
The Rollerblading one is great, there’s no dialogue until the end of the commercial when all he states is a simple,
You’ll have to check-out what he has to say on the topic of Life for yourself.
Here are the two other commercials in this set:
Dos Equis – The Most Interesting Man In The World (on Rollerblading):
Dos Equis – The Most Interesting Man In The World (on Life):
This, along with the previous commercials in the campaign, were all conceived by Euro RSCG Worldwide (by Simon Nickson and Laura Fegley, the Art Director/Copywriter duo). @Radical.media was the production company used along with Director Steve Miller, Executive Producer was Joe Guyt (Dan Fried was the Senior Producer), Maya Brewster was Donna Portaro and Outside Editorial was the company used for the Stock Footage/Editing. Jeff Ferruzzo was the editor with Company 3 being the Post Production company of record (Tom Poole was the Colorist, Jaime Lamond did Graphics and Ralph Scaglione was the Flame Artist). Eric Thompson was the Audio Engineer for Berwyn Audio. Last but not least, Brett Fuchs was the composer of the music used for this commercial.
By the way, if you head over to the micro-site for this campaign, www.staythirstymyfriends.com, you can enter a contest to “Become The Most Interesting Man In The World’s Assistant.” The previous one apparently died on the job. Sounds like fun, good luck!
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