Whitehouse Post Fights Crime with Blake Griffin, Kia Optima

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Shopping for a new vehicle that isn’t a Kia Optima? You’ll think twice when you check out a hilarious new eight-spot campaign cut by Whitehouse Post via agency David & Goliath, and starring Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin and actor Jack McBrayer. The spots, cut by editors Corky DeVault, Lucas Spaulding and James Dierx, portray the duo as a superhero team relentlessly promoting the Kia Optima as the stylish, feature-packed choice for the practical auto shopper.

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Brand: Kia Motors America
Product: 2014 Kia Optima Limited
Title: Blake Griffin “The Griffin Force” (“Trailer” :30, :60)
Air Date: October 29, 2013

Agency: David&Goliath
Chief Creative Officer: David Angelo
Executive Creative Director: Colin Jeffery
Senior Copywriter: Dan Kelly
Senior Art Director: Todd Rone Parker
Executive Broadcast Producer, Managing Director: Carol Lombard
Executive Producer: Christopher Coleman
Managing Partner, Client Services: Brian Dunbar
Group Account Director: Brook Dore
Account Director: Mike O’Malley
Account Supervisor: Stacy Garibay
Account Executive: Ashley Standridge
Account Coordinator: Lauren Kelley
Senior Strategic Planner: Steven Garcia
Director Business Affairs: Rodney Pizarro
Product Information Manager: Russ Wortman

Production Company: Prettybird
Director: Paul Hunter
Executive Producer: Kerstin Emhoff
Executive Producer: Ali Brown
Head of Production: Tracy Hauser
Line Producer: Leora Glass

Editorial: Whitehouse Post
Editor: Corky DeVault
Editor: Lucas Spaulding
Editor: James Dierx
Assistant Editor: Sam Perkins
Assistant Editor: James Dierx
Producer: Joanna Manning
Executive Producer: Joni Williamson

Visual Effects: Mass Market
Head of CGI / Director of VFX: Andy Jones
VFX Supervisor: Diego Vazquez
Producer: Shannon Alexander
Executive Producer: JJ Wilmoth
Managing Director: Jay Lichtman

Music, Sound Design & Mix: Barking Owl

Talent: Blake Griffin, Jack McBrayer

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