Samsung Used The Oscars To Launch 'Unicorn Apocalypse' Ads -- Starring Tim Burton

Samsung Used The Oscars To Launch 'Unicorn Apocalypse' Ads -- Starring Tim Burton

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New Samsung began airing yet another series of humorous ads for its its Galaxy S II mobile devices during the Oscars on Sunday. This campaign, featuring six spots about a video game called "Unicorn Apocalypse," features a cameo by director Tim Burton. The agency is 72andSunny. Please follow Advertising on Twitter...
Samsung Used The Oscars To Launch 'Unicorn Apocalypse' Ads -- Starring Tim Burton
                     

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