Description

"The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - Twilite Spedball - 30 Second TV Commercial" 
This is The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas' 30-second TV ad, intended to pique the curiosity of our guests and evolve the campaign "Just The Right Amount of Wrong." Directed by the writer and director of Leaving Las Vegas, Mike Figgis, the new commercial challenges expectation with music from Mos Def, retro imagery and a story line that leaves the viewer looking for more. It is as unique as the Cosmopolitan guest. The campaign originally premiered during The Kentucky Derby (July 2014) and returns to the airwaves for the return of the epic series 24 on May 5. 
 
The scene takes place in a dark checkerboard hallway as a remix (including tuba) is played. Women are dancing in front of mirrors and playing drums. Two people are playing chess on the floor, while French maids sit and watch. A chandelier lowers from the ceiling as the maids fill up a bathtub with milk.

Written Text

Just the right amount of wrong 
cosmopolitanlasvegas.com 
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 
A unique luxury resort & casino

Pop Culture Connections - Outgoing

Other Connections and Related Pop Culture

Ghetto Rock
performed by Mos Def

 

Black On Both Sides
performed by Mos Def

  • Date:
  • Type: Album
 

The New Danger
performed by Mos Def

  • Date:
  • Type: Album

Just Begun
performed by Reflection Eternal; features J. Cole, Jay Electronica, and Mos Def

I Against I
performed by Massive Attack and Mos Def

More by Mos Def

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Commercial

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Commercial

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Commercial

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Commercial

Boots on the Boulevard Commercial for The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

More from The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Comment