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The “Epic Night” campaign began during the AFC and NFC championship games. Watts appears as a DJ in the back of a stretch limousine in two commercials. Arnold Schwarzenegger warms up for table tennis in one and Don Cheadle is outside of an apartment with a llama in another.
Rob McCarthy, vice president for Bud Light at Anheuser-Busch, tells the Great Falls Tribune (http://gftrib.com/1jXQIgX) the ad campaign is a story of surprise and being up for whatever.
McCarthy says Watts‘ ability to integrate his musical talents into his comedy routines made him a natural fit for the campaign.
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