Super Bowl 50: Cut+Run edits Kia,, Heinz & Jack in the Box spots
February 9, 2016

Super Bowl 50: Cut+Run edits Kia,, Heinz & Jack in the Box spots

LOS ANGELES — Super Bowl 50 featured four commercials edited by the team at Cut+Run. Jay Nelson, Steve Gandolfi and Isaac Chen all worked on spots that aired during the big game.

Jay Nelson created an epic edit for Heinz’s Weiner Stampede via agency David. The spot was directed by Biscuit’s Jeff Lowe. Set to the classic “Without You” track, the spot invites viewers to #MeetTheKetchups with a stampede of irresistible dogs embracing their favorite companions.

For Kia’s Walken Closet, Steve Gandolfi crafted a colorful edit. The commercial was conceived by agency David&Goliath, and was directed by Matthijs Van Heijningen. In it, actor Christopher Walken surprises an unsuspecting man in beige with a lesson about not blending in.

Gandolfi also cut’s commercial featuring Jeff Goldblum, Lil Wayne and ‘George Washington.’ Moving On Up was created by agency RPA and directed by Andreas Nilsson. The spot features Brad Bellflower, who commandeers a piano for his rendition of The Jeffersons’ iconic theme song while he heads to a ‘deluxe apartment in the sky.’ There, Brad meets the reimagined George Washington and Weezy (Lil Wayne) who are hosting, naturally, a Super Bowl party.

And for Jack In The Box’s Declaration of Delicious, Isaac Chen handled editing duties. The spot is narrated by a bald eagle and stars Jack as the patriotic leader in the battle of the burger. Directed by Caviar’s Ruben Fleischer for agency David&Goliath, the spot launches the Double Jack.