Digital compositing now allows sponsored products to be inserted into Hollywood classics. Major studios say commercial titles will soon include The Sound of Sony Music, Birds Eye's Big Chill, Midnight American Express, DureX Men and BP's Grease.
Silence of the New Zealand Lambs heralds product placement for older films
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Apparently Mira showers aren't keen on featuring in Schindler's List.
I like the macspartacus scene: I'll have a big mac, no I'll have a Big Mac..
Last Tango in Paris
Withnail and I-Phone
Greggs are sponsoring remakes of ‘the buns of Navarone’ and ‘things to do in Denver when you’re bread’.
Brasso sponsored The Shining
Oh, you, Cillit Cillit Bang Bang,
Cillit Cillit Bang Bang we love you..
Anadin Karenina, Tesco of the D'Urbervilles, The Social Nettowork, Girl With a Pearl & Dean Earring, Wagamama Mia, Black Swan Vestas, Mr Dog Day Afternoon - the scope is endless...
'Things to do in Denver when you're bread' made me laugh out loud.
‘die hard’ sponsored by viagra?
‘A fistful of dollops’ by HP sauce?
Hovis sponsors of Naked Bun
Mother's Pride and Prejudice
Irn Bru Man
The future's bright the future's Clockwork Orange
Trainspotting sponsored by Vision Express
The iTalian Jobs
The Primark Miss Jean Brodie
On the Waterstones
Jason and the Argosauts
Burger King Kong
Jurassic Park Hampers
Dyson Hard...With a Vaccuum
Drop Dead Betfred
The Thomas Cook Affair
The Oddbins Couple
The Man Who Shot Liberty of London
march of the penguin's
"march of the penguin's" - biccies or paperbacks?
The magnificent seven-up.
Gone with the windolene.
It’s a wonderful lifebuoy.
Starbucks are supporting ‘big trouble in little china cups’, and Schwartz are behind ‘a man for all seasonings’.
The Thomas Crown Paints Affair
To add some American brand names as well as British/global brands:
Grand Hyatt Hotel
Mutiny on the Bounty Towels
High Noon by Rolex
Murder on the American Express
Strangers on a Eurostar Train
The Philadelphia Cream Cheese Story
Some Like it Coleman's Mustard Hot
Mocatta & Goldsmid Gold Diggers of 1933
I'm still waiting for Captain Birdseye's Mandolin.
I hear he was quite the virtuoso when luring those young kids onto his boat.
Natural quorn killer. Full of beautiful irony.
^ and vitamin E
Empire of the Sunny Delight.
Gone With the Windolene - "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a chamois"
...a few more
Bad Day at Blackwells
The Poundland That Time Forgot
Thouroughly Modern Millets
Mad Max Speilmann
Once Upon a Time in the Best Western
Close Encounters of the Third Kinder Egg
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