GameStop delivers on the promise that stranger things can happen than an awesome Summer Game Sale. The project reunites Lucky 21 Director Rob Pritts with agency The Richards Group for a delightfully...awkward... collaboration. A window on the absurdist humor of GameStops new spot reveals an unlikely friendship, and added a unique directing challenge: Camelid comedy.
"This is one of those spots that tears the fabric of time and space," quips Pritts. "Its a dream to get comedy scripts like this. We got to embrace the strange with the Jerry Lewis of animals and see how far we could push an already insanely ridiculous concept."
This GameStop odd-couple provided plentiful performance possibilities for Lucky Post Editor Elizabeth V. Moore. Moore relays, "The old saying that comedy is hard isnt completely true. Its really fun, but utterly subjective. For me, its a joy working with lingering moments of absurdity."