Campaign India Team
May 21, 2010

W+K London's 'Write Your Future' spot for Nike

This is grand.Here's the complete 3-minute long, multi-million pound TV commercial for Nike's World Cup 2010 campaign that stars Wayne Rooney in the role of a bearded man, an avatar of him that you've never seen before.Alejandro G Inarritu, director of highly acclaimed films such as Amores Perros and the Oscar nominated Babel has directed this commercial.Also starring Fabio Cannavaro, Franck Ribery, Ronaldinho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kobe Byrant and err...Homer Simpson.Enjoy your weekend! 

W+K London's 'Write Your Future' spot for Nike

This is grand.

Here's the complete 3-minute long, multi-million pound TV commercial for Nike's World Cup 2010 campaign that stars Wayne Rooney in the role of a bearded man, an avatar of him that you've never seen before.

Alejandro G Inarritu, director of highly acclaimed films such as Amores Perros and the Oscar nominated Babel has directed this commercial.

Also starring Fabio Cannavaro, Franck Ribery, Ronaldinho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kobe Byrant and err...Homer Simpson.

Enjoy your weekend!

 

Corrigendum: This globally integrated campaign was led by W+K Amsterdam with support from W+K London and W+K Portland.

We apologise for the error.

 

 

WATCH TVC here

 

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Source:
Campaign India

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