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buy Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Date:
19 Dec-15 Jan., 2004
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$165.6 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Given all the attention on the film’s production and its director’s nationalism, it could very easily be argued that the whole trilogy is a huge and very good placement for New Zealand.
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buy Something’s Gotta Give
Something’s Gotta Give
Date:
12-18 Dec., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$16.1 M
Featured brands: AOL, Apple, Bally Total Fitness, Bryn Mawr College, Cartier, Château Margaux, Christie's, Columbia University, FedEx, Ketel One, Lipitor, Martha Stewart, Mercedes, New York Magazine, Nokia, Paragon Sports, Polo Ralph Lauren, Procardia, Sony VAIO, Tylenol, University of Pennsylvania, USPS, Viagra, Volvo
Comments: A boomer tale that provides perfect opportunities for medication mentions from Procardia to Lipitor but none better than Viagra. Looking at Jack, we believe every placement.
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buy The Last Samurai
The Last Samurai
Date:
5-11 Dec., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$24.3 M
Featured brands: Winchester
Comments: Is Tom Cruise a brand? If so, his placement here wasn’t so good. (We kid. We kid.)

Before going off to Japan, Tom’s character shills for Winchester.
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buy The Cat in the Hat
The Cat in the Hat
Date:
21 Nov-4 Dec., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$62.8 M
Featured brands: Ford Focus, Ford Thunderbird, Hummer, MTV, Palm, Universal Studios
Comments: The ubiquity of Ford can’t be ignored, though it’s done well. Star Mike Meyers also develops a product placement pattern; years ago in “Wayne’s World,” he hyped Pizza Hut while making fun of himself for hyping Pizza Hut. In Cat he does the same with tickets to Universal Studios (the film’s producer). Also, like another Mike Meyers vehicle, Shrek 2, Cat in the Hat spoofs real brands with ’’Catsio’’ and ’’Z-Span.’’
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buy Elf
Elf
Date:
14-20 Nov., 2003
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$26.3 M
Featured brands: ALDO, Apple, Barbie, Bob the Builder, Chanel, Clinique, Coca-Cola, Dasani, Duane Reade, Estée Lauder, Etch A Sketch, FedEx, First Act, Gimbel's, Greyhound, Gund, Hershey's, Hot Wheels, Huf, Kangol, Kodak, Lego, Lite-Brite, Louisville Slugger, Macy's, McDonald's, Mercedes, Monopoly, Mr. Potato Head, New York Jets, Nike, NY1, Pop-Tarts, Powerpuff Girls, Ray's Pizza, Rockem Sockem Robots, Sbarro, Sesame Street, Tamiflu, Tiffany & Co., Toll House, Tonka, WB Mason, Wonderbra
Comments: Elf both asks and answers the question: How many brands would one see just walking around the streets of New York? Additionally, the film provides the best placement opportunities for toy brands since Toy Story 2, a film that also featured Etch A Sketch (and reportedly increased sales by 4,500 percent). There’s a “subtle” Coca-Cola placement in which our hero chugs an entire two-liter bottle in one take. Also notable is department store Gimbels’ prominent feature role. Too bad it went out of business in 1987.
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buy The Matrix Revolutions
The Matrix Revolutions
Date:
7-13 Nov., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$48.5 M
Featured brands: Porsche, Powerade, Samsung
Comments: Matrix’s third and final installment lacks the Cadillac commercial of part two. This isn’t entirely a good thing.
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buy Scary Movie 3
Scary Movie 3
Date:
24 Oct-6 Nov., 2003
Studio: Dimension
Weekend gross: US$68.1 M
Featured brands: adidas, Blockbuster, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Coors Light, Crayola, Hershey's, Jägermeister, Martha Stewart, Merriam-Webster, Miracle Whip, Nike, PUMA, Reader's Digest, Sean John, TiVo, Toyota Prius, Verizon, Wonder Bread, Yahtzee
Comments: Coors wins as its buxom twins appear here. It’s part of a 2002 deal for Coors products to become fixtures in Miramax pictures.
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buy The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Date:
17-23 Oct., 2003
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$28.1 M
Featured brands: B&M, Dodge, Kerr, MAD, Volkswagen
Comments: Not many brands, but a real missed opportunity for Stihl or Husqvarna. Then again, maybe not.
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buy Kill Bill Vol. 1
Kill Bill Vol. 1
Date:
10-16 Oct., 2003
Studio: Miramax
Weekend gross: US$22.1 M
Featured brands: ASICS, Caterpillar, Coca-Cola, Colt 45, Kaboom, Krups, Mercedes, Nissan
Comments: We thought Uma’s shoes were Pumas, but they are really Tigers. Specifically, ASICS Onitsuka Tigers.
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buy School of Rock
School of Rock
Date:
3-9 Oct., 2003
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$19.6 M
Featured brands: Apple, Blue Bird, Converse, Dodge, Fender, Gibson, Grand Marnier, Harvard University, Korg, Lacoste, Marshall Amplification, MTV, Nokia, Pepsi, Seth Thomas, SoBe, Volvo, Yamaha, Zildjian
Comments: Fender Stratocaster re-asserts itself as the axe of any wannabe rock god.
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buy The Rundown
The Rundown
Date:
26 Sep-2 Oct., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$18.6 M
Featured brands: Brahma beer, Cristal, Dodge, Jägermeister, Jeep, Kaiser, Kangol, Magnum (gun), Nestea, Nike, Panerai, Schin, Stanford University, University of Notre Dame, Volkswagen, Xingu
Comments: The protagonist says his adversaries are “drinking Cristal and Jägermeister.” This doesn’t seem a very typical combination, but hey, they’re pro athletes.
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buy Underworld
Underworld
Date:
19-25 Sep., 2003
Studio: Sony / Screen Gems
Weekend gross: US$21.8 M
Featured brands: Bacardi, Clif Bar, Heckler & Koch, Jaguar, Maserati, Mercedes, Nikon
Comments: If we were vampires, we’d want to drive that Maserati too. Also, another prominent appearance of the Heckler & Koch USP Match, quite possibly the trendiest firearm in films (Tomb Raider) next to the Desert Eagle.
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buy Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Date:
12-18 Sep., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$23.4 M
Featured brands: Chevrolet, Chiclets, Datsun, Ray-Ban, Sony, Telmex
Comments: Even blind, Johnny Depp looks great in his various shades, though we never really learn who makes them.
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buy Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
Date:
5-11 Sep., 2003
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$6.7 M
Featured brands: 7-Up, A1, Alcoholics Anonymous, Allied Moving, Angel City Ale, Apple, Arby's, Aunt Jemima, Berger Moving, Burger King, Cadillac, Candyland, Cap'n Crunch, Capri-Sun, Castle Wolfenstein, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Camaro, Clue, Colombo, Converse, Dodge Neon, Donkey Kong, E!, Eggo, Entertainment Tonight, Everlast, Fiddle Faddle, Flutie Flakes, Folgers, Ford, GI Joe, Giant Robot, GMC, Go-Bots, GQ, Greyhound, Guinness World Records, Hallmark, He-Man, Honda Insight, Hot Wheels, Jamba Juice, Jansport, Krispy, Lay's, Los Angeles Times, M&M's, MAD, Mayflower, Morton's Restaurant, Mouse Trap, MTV, MUG, NBC, Ocean Spray, Olympus, Pacman, Parade, People, Pepsi, Razor, Red Bull, Reese's, Rolling Stone, Silk, Slinky, Slip n' Slide, Sony PlayStation, Stratego, Taittinger, Teen Beat, Transformers, TREK, TV Guide, Variety, VO5, Volkswagen Beetle, Water Wiggle, Wesson, Zootopia
Comments: It might be easier to list the brands that didn’t get in this film. Some of it’s seamless (MAD magazine), some of it is totally intrusive (Flutie Flakes?). Honda Insight’s appropriate inclusion in environment-minded Hollywood is balanced out by Angel City Ale’s gratuitous screen time. Wham-O sued for featuring Slip n’ Slide without permission.
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buy Jeepers Creepers 2
Jeepers Creepers 2
Date:
29 Aug-4 Sep., 2003
Studio: United Artists
Weekend gross: US$49.6 M
Featured brands: Case, Chevrolet, Ford
Comments: The brand most tainted by Creepers 2 is Francis Ford Coppola, who inexplicably produced the film.
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buy Freddy vs. Jason
Freddy vs. Jason
Date:
15-28 Aug., 2003
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$61.2 M
Featured brands: Canon, Coca-Cola, GMC, Sprite
Comments: Thirsty teens fighting horror legends drink Coke.
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buy S.W.A.T.
S.W.A.T.
Date:
8-14 Aug., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$37.0 M
Featured brands: Ace, Alamo, Bank of America, Beck's, Budweiser, Canada Dry, Canon, Chevrolet, Corona, Dr. Pepper, FedEx, Ford, Guinness, Hamilton, Heineken, Jack Daniel's, McDonald's, Miller, Motorola, Mr. Pibb, Oakley, Sony, Spalding, USPS
Comments: Our proctor says Doctor Pepper’s the top spot of S.W.A.T.’s lot.
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buy American Wedding
American Wedding
Date:
1-7 Aug., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$33.4
Featured brands: Budweiser, Harley-Davidson, Lacoste, Moët & Chandon, Nike, Numark, Razor, Rogers Athletic, Skyy, Toyota
Comments: Budweiser goes great with American pie.
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buy Spy Kids 3D: Game Over
Spy Kids 3D: Game Over
Date:
25-31 Jul., 2003
Studio: Dimension
Weekend gross: US$33.4 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Nothing popped out at us here.
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buy Bad Boys 2
Bad Boys 2
Date:
18-24 Jul., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$46.5 M
Featured brands: adidas, Bacardi, Buick, Burdines, Cadillac, Champion, Chevrolet, Corvette, Dell, Deutsche Telekom, Ferrari, Ford, Glock, GMC Yukon, Grand Marnier, Hummer, Mack, Mercury Outboards, Miller, Panasonic, Pepsi, Pepto-Bismol, Pontiac, Protel, Ray-Ban, Reebok, Skyy, Sony
Comments: Is a prolonged scene in which the heroes crash a Hummer through an entire shelter village in Cuba good or bad placement? Seriously, we’re not sure.
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buy Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean
Date:
11-17 Jul., 2003
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$46.6 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Considering the entire film is based on a Disneyland ride, Pirates may be the most effective product/content integration ever. Disney did this once before with the Mighty Ducks, a pro hockey team.
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buy Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Date:
4-10 Jul., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$44.0 M
Featured brands: ampm, Budweiser, Cadillac, Champion, Gerber, Indian, Lexus, Manner, Nokia, Planters, Sama, Toblerone, Toyota, Triumph, Victoria's Secret, Xenadrine
Comments: Placement analysts Brand Advisors calculated placement in T3 to be worth over US$ 20 million. Lexus’ SC430 coupe and Toyota’s Tunda truck were probably the best of all.
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buy Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
Date:
27 Jun-3 Jul., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$37.6 M
Featured brands: Budweiser, Caterpillar, Cingular, Clue, Corona, Cosmopolitan, Ferrari, Fiji, Foot Locker, Frommer's, GMC Yukon, Irish Spring, Jordan, Lucky Charms, Magnum (gun), Maserati, Mr. Zog's Sex Wax, Musso & Frank Grill, Nike, O'Neal, Playboy, Pontiac Firebird, PUMA, Ray-Ban, Rip Curl, Roosevelt Hotel L.A., Russell Surfboards, Shoei, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Suzuki, Troy Lee Designs, Visa, Yamaha
Comments: The Angels’ ass-kicking was sassy, but Cingular’s placement wasn’t classy. And is there a brand competitor for Mr. Zog’s? Going all the way back to 1991’s Point Break, Sex Wax has been the go-to brand for surfboards. A joke that never gets old. Plus, Demi’s gold-plated Desert Eagles were so cool they almost qualify as an argument against gun control… almost.
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buy Hulk
Hulk
Date:
20-26 Jun., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$62.1 M
Featured brands: Amp Energy Drink, Apple, Caterpillar, Dell, Ford, Kodak, Marvel, Specialized, Toyota, University of California, Berkeley, Volkswagen
Comments: Everything about Hulk was seamless except the plot.
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buy Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo
Date:
13-19 Jun., 2003
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$28.4 M
Featured brands: eBay, Reader's Digest, Sydney Opera House
Comments: Will a film taking place Down Under ever not feature Sydney’s Opera House? The architectural marvel gets reinforced as Australia’s calling card.
Nemo re-entered at #1 one week after being unseated.
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buy 2 Fast 2 Furious
2 Fast 2 Furious
Date:
6-12 Jun., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$50.5 M
Featured brands: BF Goodrich, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet Camaro, Converse, Corvette, Dodge, Dodge Viper, Enyce, Ferrari, Folgers, Ford Mustang, Golden Corral, GReddy, Helm Bank, Kangol, Lincoln Navigator, Mercury Outboards, Mitsubishi, Monte Carlo, Mopar, Morton Salt, Mountain Dew, Nike, Nissan, Pepsi, Polo Ralph Lauren, PUMA, Quaker State, Racing Hart, Road Armor, Saleen, Sean John, Snap-on, SoBe, Sparco, Street Glow, Toyo Tires, USA Today, West Coast Choppers, Year One, Yenko Supercars
Comments: Of 2 Fast’s cast, Mitsubishi’s acting is most impacting. Like one long high-revving car commercial, it made us want one. The DVD even includes special features about the models used in the film.
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buy Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo
Date:
30 May-5 Jun., 2003
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$70.3 M
Featured brands: eBay, Reader's Digest, Sydney Opera House
Comments: Will a film taking place Down Under ever not feature Sydney’s Opera House? The architectural marvel gets reinforced as Australia’s calling card.
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buy Bruce Almighty
Bruce Almighty
Date:
23-29 May., 2003
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$68.0 M
Featured brands: Ben & Jerry's, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Disney, HSBC, Juan Valdez, Krispy Kreme, Magnum (gun), Motorola, New York Yankees, Panasonic, Pillsbury, Playboy, Red Cross, Saleen, Yahoo!, Yahtzee
Comments: Highlight sports endorsement: God himself wears a New York Yankees hat, which is about as good as endorsements get…unless you’re from Boston.
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buy The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Reloaded
Date:
16-22 May., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$91.8 M
Featured brands: Audi, Cadillac, Ducati, Freightliner, Glock, GMC, Heineken, MV Agusta, Samsung
Comments: Cadillac models rule the future’s techno-superhighway. The chase scene essentially functions as a very effective 6000-RPM car commercial. Plus, MV Agusta runs second to Ducati’s performance.
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buy X2: X-Men United
X2: X-Men United
Date:
2-15 May., 2003
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$125.6 M
Featured brands: Baskin-Robbins, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Foster's, Mazda, Miller, Oakley
Comments: Dr. Xavier isn’t the only doctor the X-Men turn to in a pinch; Dr. Pepper is the superheroes’ thirst quencher. Mazda’s RX-8 also shows its super powers.
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buy Identity
Identity
Date:
25 Apr-1 May., 2003
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$16.2 M
Featured brands: AAA, Altoids, Cheetos, Folgers, Lincoln, Pontiac, Ramada Hotel, Ray-Ban, Sony
Comments: According to a prissy soon-to-be-dead actress, Ramada isn’t a very nice place to stay.
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buy Anger Management
Anger Management
Date:
11-24 Apr., 2003
Studio: Sony / Revolution
Weekend gross: US$67.2 M
Featured brands: Alpha-Bits, Brown University, Budweiser, Columbia University, ESPN, FedEx, Fiddle Faddle, Fleet, Folgers, Heineken, Hess, Jockey, Lexus, Manhattan Mini Storage, MET-Rx, Montblanc, New York Yankees, Polaroid, Range Rover, Saturn, Skim Plus, The Wiz, USPS, Utz, Verizon, Visa
Comments: Alpha-Bits soothe the angry souls of over-acting.
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buy Phone Booth
Phone Booth
Date:
4-10 Apr., 2003
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$15.0 M
Featured brands: ABC, Bell Atlantic, Best Buy, Budweiser, Cadillac, CBS, Chevrolet, Chupa Chups, CNN, Coca-Cola, Cup Noodles, Dolce & Gabbana, Fleet, Ford, Kodak, LG, Loews, Lucky, Marriott, Maxell, McDonald's, Mercedes, Milea, MTV, NetZero, Perry Ellis, Ruby Foo's, Samsung, Suntory, T.G.I. Friday's, UPN, Verizon, VH1, Virgin
Comments: A lot of brands for a film that takes place on a single set, and almost entirely in a phone booth. The Times Square-area setting provides for brand overload.
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buy Head of State
Head of State
Date:
28 Mar-3 Apr., 2003
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$13.5 M
Featured brands: adidas, Bellagio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Black Entertainment Television, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Combos, Ebony, Fairfield Inn, Fremont Hotel & Casino, FUBU, Hummer, LG, Mayflower, McDonald's, Mecca, Montblanc, MTV, Newsweek, Nissan, Oprah Winfrey, Pepsi, Sean John, Slim Jim, Sweet 'N Low, Utz, Yahoo!
Comments: The brands are more tastefully integrated than the laughs. And more numerous.
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buy Bringing Down the House
Bringing Down the House
Date:
7-27 Mar., 2003
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$69.4 M
Featured brands: 7-Up, Aiwa, Apple, Aunt Jemima, bp, Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, Cheez Whiz, Chevrolet, Enyce, Fender, HP, Jell-O, Korg, Louis Vuitton, Mercedes, Miller, Moët & Chandon, Oprah Winfrey, Pepto-Bismol, Porsche, Ritz, Rolex, S. Pellegrino, Seagram's, Titleist, Yahoo!, YMCA, Yves Saint Laurent
Comments: A virtual brand mention fire zone. Given the timely pop-culture jokes, brand shout-outs are almost a plot necessity.
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buy Cradle 2 the Grave
Cradle 2 the Grave
Date:
28 Feb-6 Mar., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$16.5 M
Featured brands: A1, adidas, Apple, Budweiser, Cadillac, Canon, Chevrolet, Express, FedEx, Ford, J&B, Jaguar, Lexus, Louis Vuitton, Macy's, Mercedes, Motorola, Porsche, Timberland, USA Today
Comments: Nothing 2 point out. Brands all fit well.
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buy Daredevil
Daredevil
Date:
14-27 Feb., 2003
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$58.4 M
Featured brands: Apple, Heineken, Marvel, New York Post, Nokia, PUMA, Thomson West, Triumph
Comments: The New York Post is the only paper in Daredevil’s town (Fox Studios and the Post have the same parent company). And while Heineken is the only beer, would it be the choice of those attending one of New York City's fanciest black-tie events? Doubtful. Lastly, note the brand of the hero's sunglasses; it had a big tie-in with the film. You can't? Neither could we.
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buy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Date:
7-13 Feb., 2003
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$23.8 M
Featured brands: 1-800-Flowers, Advil, American Express, Apple, Balance, BCBG, Blimpie, BMW, Botox, Budweiser, Bulgari, Burberry, Carefree, Carmine's, CBGB, CBS, Chock Full O’Nuts, Coca-Cola, Columbia University, Continental, D'Agostino, Dentyne, Diesel, Dom Perignon, Dove, Dreyfus, Duke University, Estée Lauder, Excedrin, Foot Locker, Fred Perry, Gary Fisher, GMC, GNC, Harry Winston, Helmut Lang, HJC, Honda, HotJobs, HSBC, In Style, Krispy Kreme, Lincoln, Madame Tussauds, Madison Square Garden, Massengill, Merriam-Webster, Michelob, New York Knicks, New York Life, Nike, Pedigree, People, Philips, Playtex, Poppa Corn, Powerade, Prada, PUMA, Revlon, Roget's, Russell Athletics, Shoei, Skyy, Starbucks, Stila, Suave, Tanqueray, Triumph, Vagisil, Verizon, Vogue, Weddings, Wilson, Wise, Woman's World
Comments: He works for an ad agency; she works for a women’s magazine. A product placement wet dream. The worst offender is Budweiser. How many publishing and advertising execs drink nothing but Bud? None we know.
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buy The Recruit
The Recruit
Date:
31 Jan-6 Feb., 2003
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$16.3 M
Featured brands: Amstel, Amtrak, Apple, Bacardi, Boston Globe, Coffee Beanery, Dell, Filene's, Ford, Ford Mustang, Grant's, Heineken, HP, M.I.T., Maya, McDonald's, Nintendo, Opera, Pepsi, Prevost, Red Top Cab, Shell, Sony, TAG Heuer, Title, USPS, Verizon, Volkswagen Beetle
Comments: Spy games are fun in Ford cars and trucks with Dell computer equipment. However, espionage is a tricky business, even for brands; Lava Club and Epic Fitness are actually in Toronto, not Boston.
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buy Darkness Falls
Darkness Falls
Date:
24-30 Jan., 2003
Studio: Sony / Revolution
Weekend gross: US$12.0 M
Featured brands: BOSCH, Budweiser, Eveready, Harrah's Casino, Hilton, Miller, Mirage Casino, Sands Casino, Victorinox Swiss Army
Comments: Smooth integration all around.
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buy Kangaroo Jack
Kangaroo Jack
Date:
17-23 Jan., 2003
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$16.6 M
Featured brands: Cadillac, Denny's, Foster's, Fruity Pebbles, Greyhound, Lonely Planet, Nikon, Nokia, Pepsi, Polaroid, Reebok, Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles, Starbucks, Sydney Opera House, Vidal Sassoon, Yaesu, Yoo-hoo!
Comments: Nokia performs better Down Under, than these actors.
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buy Just Married
Just Married
Date:
10-16 Jan., 2003
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$17.5 M
Featured brands: Access Guidebooks, Bicycle, Bose, Budget, Budweiser, Café Florian, Dodge, Dom Perignon, ESPN, Fiji, Forbes, Ford, French's, Gianna Hotel, Howard Johnson, Mercedes, Moët & Chandon, Nike, Pepsi, Peugeot, Polaroid, Red Bull, Rolls Royce, Sean John, See's, Stanford University, USA Today, Wellesley College, Wilson
Comments: No brands on this honeymoon stood out too much except for the Thunderstick A2000, which is (to the dismay of several) not a real product.
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buy Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Date:
20 Dec-9 Jan., 2003
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$135.9 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Given all the attention on the film’s production and its director’s nationalism, it could very easily be argued that the whole trilogy is a huge and very good placement for New Zealand.
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