Posts Tagged ‘advertising’

Luxury Tours of Los Angeles - 3:00 28 July 2015

A Giant Ad for a Tiny Super Hero – Ant-Man

A super banner ad for Ant-Man in Hollywood

Private Tour Guests Enjoy Great

Movie Advertisement

Advertising is big in Hollywood where movies are on the minds of everyone.  There probably are people seeing this giant banner ad for Ant-Man who worked on the film.  I’m sure Paul Rudd drives down Sunset Boulevard on this part of the Sunset Strip regularly.  He might even notice that the Ant-Man on the side of the building is about his height.  Our private Los Angeles tour guest wondered aloud what would happen if the switch was turned off.  His guide replied, “A movie theater would dim.  Only Ant-Man can save the summer.”  We will read later in Variety if he is right and it is looking good so far.  But Tom Cruise has not weighed in yet.  There is still a lot of summer fun, summer movies and summer tours of Los Angeles yet to enjoy.

Did you like this? Share it:
Luxury Tours of Los Angeles - 3:00 8 August 2014

Supergraphics – Superheroes – Ninja Turtles

Supergraphics on this building announce the movie's arrival

Supergraphics Lead to Private Tour Discussion of

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Many of our private Los Angeles tour guests have not seen signs as big as the ones we are getting used to in Los Angeles.  This supergraphic announcing the opening today of the next adventure of these supersized amphibians with lots of attitude caught everyone’s attention on one of our tours with a family that had their own teenagers.  A discussion ensued (shared later in our office) of the different films, tv shows and cartoons, which was better, more accurate, more exciting (no consensus).  The conversation soon turned to the possibilities of turtles mutating and learning to talk versus alien turtles from another galaxy arriving here to find their brethren (after seeing the movie).  Our guide said it was quite edifying to learn so much about this franchise.  He believed his guests enjoyed learning about Hollywood history, too.

Did you like this? Share it:
Menu Title