Ric and Fram Rebrand Mike Ehrmantraut

We realize most of you are going to be familiar with actor Jonathan Banks from his role as Mike Ehrmantraut on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, but he’s got a new role that threatens to eclipse his oh-so-loveable and gregarious AMC alter ego. In Ric Cantor’s latest ads for Fram, Banks takes on the…

Ric Cantor and McDonald’s Try To Fix America’s Breakfast Problem

According to NPD Group nearly 31 Million Americans skip breakfast each and every morning. That’s roughly 10% of the United States population not eating what experts have called for decades the most important meal of the day. Well Ric Cantor and McDonald’s are here to show you why this is a very bad idea. Check…

Ric Cantor Wins an Axis

Ric Cantor’s spot “Hello” for the New Zealand Transport Agency can’t be stopped. After taking Cannes by storm, this week it’s back in New Zealand taking home an Axis Award. The Axis Awards “celebrate the very best advertising in New Zealand.” I think “Hello” qualifies. If you haven’t seen this PSA yet (and at this…

Ric and Vicks Are Here to Help

Stressing over work? Missing the relaxation of the holidays? Ric Cantor knows how you feel. He’s teamed up with Vicks in an effort to help you tune out that nagging voice in your head that has you wondering if you put the proper cover on the TPS reports. Don’t worry about the TPS reports. You…

Ric’s New Savills Spot Hits a Nerve

If you like inanimate objects talking then Ric Cantor’s latest ad for Savills is the one for you! Personally, ever since I saw Toy Story I often fear that my belongings can hear me and, frankly, I find this new spot quite unnerving. The commercial finds a couple returning from a day of house hunting…

Hungry Man Kills at Cannes

The jury is in, literally, and Hungry Man has walked away from Cannes with 4 Lions for 10 spots. As reported last week, Ric Cantor took home a Gold Lion for his spot Hello with the New Zealand Transport Agency, and then this weekend Nanette brought home a Silver Lion for her Microsoft spot Make…

Ric Wins Gold at Cannes!

Ric Cantor has taken home a Gold Lion from Cannes! Didn’t want to bury the lead there. Ric Cantor is now the proud owner of a golden Cannes Lion award for his brilliant spot “Hello” from the New Zealand Transport Agency. If you haven’t seen it yet definitely check it out, because not only is…

Ric’s Mr Kipling Spot is #2 in the World

TGIF everybody! Not because the weekend is upon us (though a weekend replete with hockey playoffs isn’t anything to scoff at) but rather because Friday is the day that AdForum releases its list of the Top 5 Ads in the World. This week’s number 2 ad comes as no surprise, Ric Cantor’s Mr Kipling spot…

Campaign Features Ric’s Kipling Spot

Ric Cantor is helming the new relaunch of Premier Foods brand Mr. Kipling with the most safe for work NSFW spot you’ll see this year. Ric deftly demonstrates why anytime somebody asks me if I want to see their honeymoon pictures I always respond with an emphatic, “Absolutely I do.” Granted, this has resulted in…

AdWeek Calls Ric’s New Spot “Devilishly Good”

Cell phones distracting drivers is a global issue. Last year alone there were 1.6 million car accidents caused by cell phone distractions but, unfortunately, that message is not getting across to drivers. The stats for accidents just keeps rising. Nothing seems to work, not government agencies flatly stating statistics, not warnings on GPS and certain…

Ric Cantor and Julie Bowen Team Up With SU2C

I think by now we can all agree, cancer is a son of a bitch. Walk down any street in the world and you’d be hard pressed to find one person who hasn’t been directly or indirectly, through family members or friends, affected by this d-bag of a disease. And it’s that universality, that sense…

Ric Cantor Gets Political

Everybody’s talking about Ric’s newest ad for the Labour Party (notice that’s an “O-U-R”, i.e. we’re talking UK politics here for all the Yankees in the audience). The spot is called “The Uncredible Shrinking Man,” and it makes some pretty bold declarations about life and times in English politics. So incendiary is this short film…

The Uncredible Shrinking Man