Logitech Revue with Google TV for Kevin Bacon Fan

Logitech‘s alliance with Google is showcased in “Kevin Bacon”, a commercial featuring Kevin Bacon and his greatest fan, Ivan Cobenk. Ivan Cobenk shows us why Google TV delivered by the Logitech Revue is the ideal way to indulge in everything Kevin Bacon. Can watching too much Kevin Bacon on the Logitech Revue with Google TV actually turn you into Kevin Bacon? Ivan Cobenk has his fingers crossed. The Logitech Revue is perfect for “devoted” fans.

Logitech Google TV commercial with Ivan Cobenk

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The Kevin Bacon ad was developed at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, by chief creative officer Rich Silverstein, executive creative director Margaret Johnson, group creative director David Kolbusz, copywriter Nathaniel Lawler, art director Croix Gagnon, agency producer Jan O’Malley, executive agency producer Elizabeth O’Toole, assistant producer Whitney Ferris, group account director Leslie Barrett, account manager Erin Fromherz, assistant account manager Elizabeth Mueller, operation managers Renee Fisher and Liz Jones.

Filming was shot by director Ringan Ledwidge via Smuggler with line producer Sally Humphries and director of photography Alwin Kuchler.

Editor was Rich Orrick at Spot Welders with assistant editor Sophie Kornberg, post producer J. Patrick McElvoy. Post production was done at The Moving Picture Company by colorist Mark Gethin, executive producer Mark Tobin, head of production Andrew Bell, on-line artist Mark Holden.

Graphics and VFX info were produced at Woodshop, Los Angeles, by creative director Trevor Shepard and executive producer Sam Swisher. Special Kevin Bacon makeup was produced by Legacy Effects, Los Angeles.

Sound was mixed at Lime Studios by Rohan Young. Final music was produced at Mutato Muzika by creative director Mark Mothersbaugh and executive producer Robert Miltenberg.

Stock footage comes from Corbis Motion. Copyright for footage belongs to Universal Studios (“Apollo 13” and “Tremors”) and Paramount Pictures (“Footloose” and “She’s Having a Baby”).