John Axelrod of Forbes:
How to construct one? They have approximately three months to produce the credits, and create the sequences for all 10 episodes in one batch. The credits change weekly as campaigns expand or end in ignoble defeat, and all every location in the episode must appear on the atlas.
The music alone might make it the best title sequence in all of television, but the intricate animation work — which changes week-to-week — just puts it over the top.
This is the End - a movie about celebrities playing themselves at a party at James Franco’s house when the alien apocalypse hits looks hhhhhiiiiillllaaaarrrrriiiiioouuuus.
nope nope nope nope no thank you
OMG. The gloves!
Found an old He-Man Magazine (what?) poster of mine from 1984.
Mad Men starting up only 1 week after we get Game of Thrones back feels like an embarrassment of riches. Also, love these ads.
Moet & Chandon.
This was secretly brilliant.
I love when SNL pushes things just a little further as you get closer to the end of the night. I’m gonna guess this one came in pretty close to 1am.
High five to whoever’s doing these DICK’S Sporting Goods ads. Here’s another great one.