Secuela de Eduardo Manostijeras | Anuncio de Cadillac

Cadillac’s Super Bowl Commercial is an ‘Edward Scissorhands’ Sequel

Secuela de Eduardo Manostijeras | Anuncio de Cadillac

Cadillac’s Super Bowl commercial is the sequel to Edward Scissorhands

Last Sunday the Super Bowl was held, the most followed sporting event on the entire planet. In the telling advertising agency we made a list with the best Super Bowl commercials and now we are going to review the most prominent ones.

This is the case of the Cadillac commercial, one of the great winners of the night. And it is that the legendary firm threw the house out the window to launch a short starring Winona Ryder and Timothée Chalamet. A kind of sequel to Eduardo Scissorhands that has had the advice of Tim Burton.

Cadillac’s commercial for the Super Bowl stars Winona Ryder in the role as Kim, the love interest of the protagonist played by Johnny Deep. But this time to tell the story of her son, Edgar ScissorsHands.

Throughout the commercial, we see how Edgar has trouble integrating into society due to his scissor hands, as his father did. But this time set in the XXI century with all the characteristics of the time. In one of the final scenes, we see how Edgar plays virtual reality, so he can drive a car. That gives his mother an idea to get him a Cadilla Lyriq, the company’s new all-electric crossover.

According to Tim Burton, who has advised the ad: “It is rare when a work you are proud of continues to live on and evolve with the times, even after 30 years.” I am glad to see Edgar facing the new world, I hope so much fans like those who meet Eduardo Scissorhands for the first time enjoy it. “

Cadillac’s Original Commercial

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