Super Bowl ads, am I right? Chrysler had decided not to run a Super Bowl ad this year and changed their mind quickly when Bill Murray finally responded to their requests in the middle of January. The Groundhog Day flashback was filmed in three days at the original locations. There was no script, they just filmed Bill Murray improvising. Murray isn’t known for making commercials or pitching products but he decided fans of the cult classic Groundhog Day deserved this one.
As mentioned last week (ironically you’re not having deja vu) the San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas Chiefs on Sunday, February 2nd, which is also Groundhog Day. So I think it will work like this: If Tom Brady sees his shadow Sunday morning, the Chiefs will win. If he does not see his shadow and stays out of bed, then it will be the 49ers. That’s how I feel things will play out. I’m sure that Brady will get a Super Bowl ring in either case. Continue reading →