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12-11-2009 @ 9:21AM
I like Felicia Day and the guild, but for a commercial, it wouldn't work. Thus far, every commercial has surprised us with pretty much household names, celebrities that basically everyone knows in some way or another(aside from steve, not as much), telling everyone how awesome the game is. Mila Kunis is becoming quite the movie star these days, and I recall one awkward Jimmy Kimmel interview where she couldn't seem to stop talking about her mage, which I loved. Eliza Dushku also has the street cred, and even if her name isn't that well known yet, she's very recognizable. She's had plenty of spots on pretty huge movies and tv shows, and Dollhouse has quite the following, despite it's cancellation. Those are the only two I can think of, but WoW's big enough for us to know that there have got to be more female celebrities that play the game that need to stop being so embarrassed about it and embrace it like all these others. And William Shatner isn't c-list. The others are, but he's Jim Kirk. He's a television LEGEND. Sorry Mike, but Felicia just won't cut it. We all love her and she's helping promote WoW in her own way, but she just isn't the star for one of the commercials. We need a pleasant surprise, and this would just be like, "Oh look, it's Felicia Day. She's hot mostly 'cause she plays a game most girls seem to hate. But this was expected." I enjoy the unexpected. Who'd have guessed that Mr. T played a hippie-Night Elf?
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