In today’s media-saturated world, the seamless integration of brands into our favorite TV shows and movies is more prevalent than ever. These product placements range from blink-and-you-miss-it appearances to strikingly obvious features that are almost characters in their own right. Drawing on detailed research and data analysis by Product Placement Blog, we’ve curated a list of the most noteworthy product placement instances from last week’s TV and film releases.
Sipping on Stardom: Coors Beer Hits the Basketball Court
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty showcases Adrien Brody as Pat Riley enjoying a chilled Coors Beer in the second season’s second episode.
Retro Refresh: Coca-Cola in Sympathy for the Devil
Nicolas Cage’s latest, Sympathy for the Devil, threw us back with classic Coca-Cola signage. Timeless branding met timeless talent.
Fictitious Funko: The Ben Glenroy Figure in Only Murders in the Building
Spotting a Funko Pop! Figure of Ben Glenroy (played by the evergreen Paul Rudd) was a twist, especially as this collectible doesn’t even exist in our world! Talk about a fun Easter egg.
Tuna Triumph: StarKist in Reservation Dogs
Cans of StarKist Chunk Light Tuna stole the scene as a coveted lottery prize in Reservation Dogs S3Ep4. Who knew tuna could be such a jackpot?
Cereal Cinema: Kellogg’s Takes a Spotlight in 2023 Movie
In the anticipated Miguel Wants to Fight, you’ll find an array of Kellogg’s cereals dominating the supermarket shelves.
Cheers with Presidente in And Just Like That…
And Just Like That… has always known how to blend style, drama, and a touch of class. In its tenth episode of the second season, the show presented its characters unwinding and enjoying Presidente beer on the boardwalk.
Whiskey Wins the Week: Michter’s Takes Center Stage in Billions
Perhaps the most blatant placement last week came from Billions S7Ep2. Damian Lewis’s Bobby Axelrod was seen reveling with a bottle of Michter’s Whiskey, soon joined by David Costabile’s Mike “Wags” Wagner.
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