Colin Farrell is James Harden's 'Inner Voice' in Foot Locker's Back-to-School Ad

Back-to-School Campaign Promotes Adidas Ultra Boosts

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It's back-to-school campaign time already, and here comes James Harden in another funny Foot Locker spot. This time, he's listening to an inner voice that tells him how to be cool when faced with adoring fans. Somewhat randomly, it's the voice of actor Colin Farrell, sounding impishly Irish as he gives the NBA star some advice on how to get into his car looking good.

The spot, by BBDO New York and directed by Neil Brennan at Caviar, promotes Adidas Ultra Boosts at Foot Locker and is running on both TV and social channels.

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Credits
Date
Jul 25, 2016
Agency:
BBDO New York
Chief Creative Officer, Worldwide:
David Lubars
Client:
Foot Locker/Adidas
Chief Creative Officer, New York:
Greg Hahn
Executive Creative Director:
Dan Lucey
Executive Creative Director:
Chris Beresford-Hill
Executive Producer:
Anthony Curti
Producer:
Gillian Burkley
Project Manager:
Amy Orgel
Director:
Janelle Van Wonderen
Account Executive:
Sam Henderson
Production Company:
Caviar
Director:
Neil Brennan
Executive Producer:
Michael Sagol
Executive Producer:
Jasper Tomlinson
Executive Producer:
Kim Dellara
Head of Production:
Kelly Bowen
Producer:
Omar Bustos
Editorial Company:
No6
Executive Producer:
Corina Dennison
Producer:
Malia Rose
Editor:
Jason McDonald
Assistant Editor:
Ling Chua
Telecine Company:
Company 3
Telecine Artist:
Tim Masick
Producer:
Rochelle Brown
Conform:
No 6
Conform Artist:
Ed Skupeen
Assistant Flame Artist:
Marc Rayes
Mix & Record Company:
Heard City
Engineer:
Evan Mangianele
Producer:
Sasha Awn

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