Morpheus Adjusts His 'Construct' TV Set in Kia's Super Bowl Teaser

Not Much Given Away in D&G Work

Published on Jan 24, 2014

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Kia's ads have long been some of the more entertaining presences in the Super Bowl. Last year, it featured Space Babies and some really sexy -- if dangerous -- robots. The year before that was an all-out party that included Adriana Lima, Motley Crue, and some fantastic dream sequences. Whether this year's work matches up remains to be seen. D&G doesn't give away much in this teaser for the auto brand's Big Game effort, which features Morpheus from The Matrix (Laurence Fishburne) adjusting a familiar television set.

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Jan 24, 2014
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